Weekend Events | September 16 – September 18

We’re diving right into mid-September with a bevy of local fun! There are plenty of great ways to spend your weekend around town, and we have you covered. Read on for our weekend round-up of events!

Los Angeles Weekend Events | September 16 – September 18 

Museum Day

When: September 17 

Where: Various L.A. Museums

What: Hosted by Smithsonian magazine, Museum Day invites you to check out LA’s top museums for FREE. This year you can enjoy the day at the GRAMMY Museum, Japanese American National Museum, Museum of Latin American Art, CAAM, and more!

LUMINEX 2.0: Projected Realities

When: September 17

Where: DTLA

What: Downtown LA comes to life with dazzling lights for one night only this Saturday. The site-specific light-installation project will be staging augmented reality installations and more, all for free, around DTLA.

LA Beer Fest

When: September 17

Where: Westlake

What: The LA Beer Fest is back and brewing up pours from over 80 breweries. Make your way to this one-day beer fest and enjoy food trucks, live music, and more. 

Westside and Beach Communities Weekend Events | September 16 – September 18


When: September 17

Where: Venice

What: While it’s not yet October, you can kick off this famed fall fest early at Firestone Walker Brewery this Saturday. The one-day event, named after the brewery’s signature lager, will feature food, music, and more. In addition, there will be three German-inspired beers and special package options. 

BeachLife Ranch

When: September 16 – 18 

Where: Redondo Beach

What: BeachLife Festival goes country for this weekend’s music line-up. Make your way to Redondo Beach for music from The Lumineers, Hall & Oates, Brandi Carlile, Dierks Bentley, Wilco, and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.

Malibu Triathalon

When: September 17 – September 18

Where: Malibu

What: Even if you are not participating in the Malibu Triathlon, you can still cheer on Saturday’s participants. See competitors swim, bike, and run their way along Zuma Beach and PCH at this weekend’s Olympic distance race. Funds raised will go towards Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’s Pediatric Cancer Research Program.

San Fernando Valley Weekend Events | September 16 – September 18

Eat | See | Hear

When: Until October 29 

Where: North Hollywood

What: With stops at different locations around town, Eat|See|Hear brings the fun to the best local destinations. See cult flicks, enjoy delicious food and hear the sounds of L.A.’s top local bands.

Halloween Horror Nights

When: September 8 – October 31 

Where: Universal Studios | Universal City

What: There’s no running or hiding because Halloween Horror Nights is back and haunting now through October 31. Get your spook on with haunted houses and mazes inspired by the Weekend, Halloween, The Black Phone, Freak, and the classic Universal Monsters.

All-Age Skate Night

When: Every Saturday

Where: Moonlight Rollerway | Glendale

What: Get your roll on this Saturday at Moonlight Rollerway’s All-age skate night. The Saturday night skate will be for all ages from 8 PM to 11 PM, with tickets required for entry.

Conejo Valley Weekend Events | September 16 – September 18

38th Annual Ventura County Coastal Cleanup Day

When: September 17

Where: Throughout Ventura County

What: Help keep the coast clean by participating in this Saturday’s annual California Coastal Cleanup Day. From 9 am to noon, you can help remove trash and plastic pollution in the Ventura County area. Let’s help ensure our local beaches stay beautiful!@vccoastcleanupday to remove trash and plastic pollution that has been accumulating in our County since the last Coastal Cleanup Day.

805 Night Market 

When: September 17 – 18

Where: The Oaks | Thousand Oaks

What: Inspired by open-air night markets, 805 Night Market invites you to venture out this weekend. Eat, drink, socialize, and be entertained at this fun festival, open to all ages. 

21st Annual Thousand Oaks Rotary Wine & Beer Festival

When: September 17 

Where: Hyatt Regency Westlake | Westlake Village

What: Join the Thousand Oaks Rotary Foundation for an evening of wine, beer, and bites. Since its inception, the event, for adults ages 21 and up, has raised over $550,000 to benefit the Ventura County Special Olympics and the Thousand Oaks Rotary Foundation. Both help support many local charities and provide student educational scholarships.