Datebook July August

What’s happening in the neighborhood

From concerts to shows to wine tastings, community legal symposiums, pop-up dinners and more, here’s a currated list of where to be and when in L.A. this summer.

 

July 3

Rooftop July 4th Eve Night Swim

W Los Angeles West Beverly Hills

930 Hilgard Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90024

Enjoy a pre-Fourth rooftop party hosted by VIP Nightlife at the W Los Angeles West Beverly Hills hotel. Rated “Best View of Downtown Los Angeles,” the W Hollywood Rooftop encourages guests to celebrate the grand ol’ flag by donning red, white and blue cocktail or swimwear. Live DJs, stunning views and patriotic cocktails will make for an unmissable Americana bash. VIPnightlife.com

July 7 

These Colors Don’t Run

Veterans’ Memorial Building

112 W Cabrillo Blvd.

Santa Barbara, CA 93101

The 6th Annual “These Colors Don’t Run” event will take place at the Veterans’ Memorial Building from 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. with a South Pacific theme. The day will feature live music, dancing, special performances, a military car show, an art show, silent auction, pin-up show, unique patriotic and tropical drinks, kids games, BBQ and sunshine. The event benefits Santa Barbara volunteer-run veteran groups. thesecolorsdontrunsb.com

 

July 9-14

Broadway in Thousand Oaks presents: “The Book of Mormon”

Fred Kavli Theatre

2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd.

Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

The New York Times calls it “the best musical of this century.” The Washington Post says, “It is the kind of evening that restores your faith in musicals.” And Entertainment Weekly says, “Grade A: The funniest musical of all time.” Jimmy Fallon of The Tonight Show calls it “Genius. Brilliant. Phenomenal.” It’s “The Book of Mormon,” the nine-time Tony® Award-winning Best Musical. This outrageous musical comedy follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of missionaries, sent halfway across the world to spread the Good Word. With standing room only productions in London, on Broadway,and across North America, “The Book of Mormon” has truly become an international sensation. civicartsplaza.com; 805.449.2787

 

July 14 / August 4

 2019 Summer Sun Sets Concert Series at Calabasas Lake

Calabasas Tennis & Swim Center 

23400 Park Sorrento

Calabasas, CA 91302

Spend your summer Sundays with great live music at the 2019 Summer Sun Sets Concert Series at Calabasas Lake. The traditionally private Calabasas Lake opens its doors to concertgoers, providing a scenic backdrop and ample field seating for picnickers. The public is encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets and sweaters. Some fixed seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. All performances are free to the public. Free parking and admission to all events. Concerts start at 6:00 p.m. cityofcalabasas.com

 

July 17

 5th Annual STARS of Pinot 2019

Montage Beverly Hills

225 N. Canon Drive

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Pinot Noir has been a relished grape varietal since the Roman era. To honor this majestic grape, wineLA is thrilled to present the annual STARS of Pinot event on Wednesday, July 17 at The Montage Beverly Hills. With over 40 top Pinot producers set to participate, you are invited to join the tasting alongside the winemakers and executives in celebrating over 150 different Pinot incarnations at this annual gathering. winela.com/stars-of-pinot-2019

 

 

July 21

3rd Annual Los Angeles Westside Food & Wine Festival benefiting The Westside Food Bank

Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles

10320 W Olympic Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90064

Come join the 3rd Annual Westside Food & Wine Festival showcasing some of LA’s best culinary talent and finest winemakers in Southern California. With over 25 food, wine, beer, spirit and drink purveyors and vendors providing scrumptious samples, you won’t leave hungry or thirsty from this event! wsfb.org

 

July 28

18th Annual “Woodies at the Beach”

Santa Barbara City College

721 Cliff Drive West Campus

Santa Barbara, CA 93109

The “Best of the Best” Woodie Wagons from all over the western United States will gather together on the west lawn of Santa Barbara City College overlooking the blue Pacific Ocean. Come and enjoy the artistry and craftsmanship that made the Woodie legendary. Bring a picnic and enjoy friendly people and the cool beach vibe. nationalwoodieclub.com; 661.619.6386

 

AUGUST

August 1

 

DIGS

Santa Barbara Zoo

500 Niños Drive

Santa Barbara, CA 93103

Presented jointly by Old Spanish Days and the Zoo, the DIGS fundraiser honors Santa Barbara’s elected officials and kicks off the annual Fiesta. It features all-in-one pricing that includes infamous DIGS margaritas, cold beer, tasty regional wines, appetizers and bites by top local eateries, music and much more! Ages 21 and over only. sbzoo.org; 805.962.5339

 

August 1

Billy Vera & the Beaters

The Westlake Village Inn

32001 Agoura Road

Westlake Village, CA 91361

Billy Vera & the Beaters have been on the Los Angeles music scene since 1979 when they thrilled crowds at the world famous Hollywood Troubadour. Lines snaked down the block for their standing-room-only shows, and today they still bring in the crowds at gigs around the Southern California area. bogies-bar.com

 

Through August 4

5Star Theatrical presents: “West Side Story”

Fred Kavli Theatre

2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd.

Thousand Oaks, CA 91362

Something “cool” is coming! Set in NYC’s Upper West Side comes the classic tale based on Romeo and Juliet that is about to make our hearts soar all over again to the legendary score by Leonard Bernstein and brilliant lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. civicartsplaza.com; 805.449.2787

 

August 17-18

Reggae on the Mountain 10 Year Anniversary!

King Gillette Ranch

26800 Mulholland Highway

Calabasas, CA 91302

You are invited to celebrate a decade of LA’s #1 homegrown reggae festival at the beautiful new venue, King Gillette Ranch. In addition to two stages of your favorite reggae artists, amazing food and vendors, ROTM is getting some major upgrades this year, including extended hours, larger venue/increased capacity, camping/silent dancehall, yoga and a wellness village. reggaeonthemountain.com

 

August 18

“Hollywood Revisited”

Greystone Mansion 

905 Loma Vista Drive

Beverly Hills, 90210

“Hollywood Revisited” is a one-of-a-kind dazzling musical and dance revue featuring Broadway and Hollywood performers singing and dancing while wearing the original Hollywood movie costumes worn by the legendary stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood. Greg Schreiner is one of the most well-known collectors of movie costumes and is Curator of Special Collections at the Hollywood Museum in Hollywood. Filled with music, memories and fun, the revue allows the audience to genuinely feel as if they were revisiting the days that made Hollywood a dream factory. The wardrobes of Marilyn Monroe, Ginger Rogers, Julie Andrews, Gene Kelly, Bette Davis, Donald O’Connor, Mae West, Bing Crosby and Judy Garland are just a few from the vast collection that dazzle the audience. greystonemansion.org

 

August 20

Community Child Custody Colloquim
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM

Calabasas Tennis and Swim Center
23400 Park Sorrento, Calabasas

This free community program is a place to come listen, learn insights and perspectives, and engage with certified family law experts. Marshall Waller of Feinberg & Waller and Sandra Salinas of Feinberg & Waller, both family law specialists are the forum hosts and will not only be discussing issues and key points in navigating the process but will also be answering questions from the crowd. It is important to note that this forum is not intended to provide binding legal advice because they are not acting as retained attorneys dealing with a specific case at this discussion. Further, all questions asked will be received as hypothetical situations, not applicable to any particular person, and the information provided is for educational purposes only. Registration for this free event will close on August 16th—so call now to reserve your spot: Feinberg & Waller, APC 818.224.7900.

 

August 24

PopUp Dinner L.A. 2019

Secret Location (To be revealed)

Los Angeles, CA 90071

What is the PopUp Dinner L.A.? It is a beautiful picnic, a vibrant gathering and a dance party under the stars. It’s also a secret location. You buy your ticket and plan your picnic, but one question remains: Where will the evening unfold? The exact location is revealed the day of.

All-white attire is the theme that pulls this summer evening gathering together but creativity is the only thing that’s mandatory. Your lovely tablescapes set the tone for a festive evening. We believe sharing a meal is an expression of love. Everyone becomes a foodie for the night and goes all out in creating, preparing and packing their delicious menu to be shared amongst thousands of new friends. Music is the soul of any party and PopUp L.A. is no different. So the DJ will be sure that the music will get people out of their chairs. handmade-events.com/how-to.php

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The Saban Theatre

8440 Wilshire Blvd.

Beverly Hills, CA 90211

888.645.5006, saban.theatre.com

 

JULY 2019

6        Howard Jones Transformation Tour

From $38 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

13        Happy Together Tour Starring: The Turtles, Chuck Negron and more

From $88 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

 

AUGUST 2019

3      Arnel Pineda in Concert

From $58 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

31       Rich The Kid

From $38 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

 

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The Canyon Club

28912 Roadside Drive

Agoura Hills, CA 91301

818.879.5016, wheremusicmeetsthesoul.com

 

 JULY 2019

1          2019 Canyon Summer Pass

$99 + applicable fees

5          DSB: Journey Tribute

From $19.50 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

6        Fast Times – The Ultimate 80s’ Tribute

From $19.50 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

7        Micky Dolenz

From $28 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

12        King of Hearts CD Release Party

From $38 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

13        Boogie Knights

From $19.50 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

14       Allman Brothers Tribute by Midnight Rider

From $10 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

19        Venice

From $20 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

20        Ted Nugent

From $58 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

26        Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

From $34 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

27        Hinder

From $24 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

 

AUGUST 2019

3          Wild Child: A Live Recreation of a 60s’ Doors Concert

From $20 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

8          The Bacon Brothers

From $38 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

9          The Original Wailers

From $28 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

11        Charity Karaoke: Sing for a Cause

From $20 + applicable fees

Doors 5 p.m.

16        Yachtley Crew

From $19.50 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

17        Bruno Mars Tribute by Bruno & The Hooligans

$19.50 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

18        The Grass Roots

From $28 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

23        U2 Tribute by Hollywood U2

From $19.50 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

24        Led Zeppelin Tribute by Led Zepagain

From $19.50 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

30        Danny Seraphine’s Take Me Back to Chicago Featuring CTA

From $24 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

31    Jon B

From $38 + applicable fees

Doors 6 p.m.

 

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Tiny Porch Concerts

Peter Strauss Ranch

30000 Mulholland Highway

Agoura Hills, CA 91301

tinyporchconcerts.com

 

JULY 2019

7          The Lonely Heartstring Band

Show 5 p.m.

 

AUGUST 2019

 4          Alice Wallace

Show 5 p.m.

 

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