Apex Estate Group Guide: Things to do in June
Our curated events and to-do’s for the month of June
Things to do in June: Get Scared.
Scary movie fans can live out their most terrifying dreams at the Great Horror Campout. At this June 5th overnight event participates will camp out in tents at Griffith Park’s Old Zoo while actors spend 12 hours trying to scare the bejesus out of them. There are two levels of camping, so you can choose to be extremely horrified or just a little horrified. Tickets start at $109.
Things to do in June: Listen to Tunes.
Check out over 150 musical acts at this year’s Make Music Pasadena event. All ages are welcome to this free event on June 6th. Performances take place across five main stages and at over 30 different Pasadena venues. There are also tons of great bars and restaurants to check out between sets.
Always one of the year’s biggest events at the Hollywood Bowl, the Playboy Jazz Festival is back for it’s 37th year. The George Lopez hosted concert spans two nights, June 13th and 14th, and features performances by jazz legends Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Ledisi, and more. Tickets start at $25.
Things to do in June: Food and Fun.
West Hollywood’s LA Pride is one of the biggest pride festivals in the United States. Over 400,000 people are expected to attend from June 12th-14th. There will be floats, DJs, and no shortage of food from the dozens of restaurants and bars along Santa Monica Blvd. This years performers include Kesha, Tamar Braxton, and Fifth Harmony. Tickets start at $20 for one day and $40 for the entire weekend.
The 7th annual LA Beer Week begins June 20th. Over 70 breweries are participating in this year’s event where you can also find 2 stages for live music, games, a photo booth, a specialty beer-tasting tent, and no shortage of food. General admission costs $45 and includes 25 drink tickets. VIP access costs $20 more and comes with an extra hour of admission not requiring drink tickets (hello, free beer!).
Car buffs will not want to miss Beverly Hills’ Concours D’ Elegance on June 21st. The theme for the event’s 22nd year is “Highways to Heaven” in honor of Route 66, the Autobahn, and the Autostrade. The free event on Rodeo Drive will feature all different types of automobiles and motorcycles.
With over 10 courses to choose from, the Los Angeles River Ride has something for bikers of all levels. Rides start from Griffith Park and Long Beach and vary from 15-100 miles. Stay after the June 28th event for a raffle, live music, and food. Registration is on their website, and prices vary depending on which course you choose.
What’s your favorite June event? Let me know in the comments below.