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Things to do in September in LA

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Apex Estate Group Guide: Things to do in September

Our curated events and to-do’s for the month of September

Things to do in September: Get cultured…


September isn’t just the beginning of fall. It’s also when our favorite TV shows come back from hiatus. Check out screenings of returning shows and brand new pilots at PaleyFest September 6th-16th. Hell’s Kitchen, New Amsterdam, and The Neighborhood are just a few of the shows being screened, and most are followed by a conversation with the cast. Tickets start at $20.

Glendale Open Arts & Music Festival

Bring the whole family to Glendale to check out the Open Arts & Music Festival. 6 bands will perform on the main stage throughout the day. Multiple artists will have their works displayed in booths. A rock wall, face painting, and craft area will keep your kids busy, and the many food and drink options will keep the adults happy as well. The free event runs from 3pm to 10 pm on September 15th.

Celebrate LA

Join the LA Philharmonic as they “Celebrate LA” during an 8 mile street party from The Walt Disney Music Hall to The Hollywood Bowl.The celebration commemorates 100 years of the philharmonic, and the celebration will include 1800 musicians, artists, and dancers. The party will culminate in a free concert at the Bowl lead by Gustavo Dudamel with special guests including Katy Perry, Herbie Hancock, and many more. The family friendly, free event starts at 9 am on September 30th.

Abbot Kinney Festival

Venture on over to the westside September 30th for the free Abbot Kinney Festival. Dubbed the coolest street in America by GQ, Abbot Kinney will shut down from 10 am- 6 pm to make room for 350 vendors, food trucks, kids activities, music stages, and beer gardens.

Things to do in September: Do something different…

Surf City Surf Dog

Bring your furry friends to Huntington Dog Beach on September 29th for The Surf Dog Surf City competition. Register your surf board trained dog for the competition or just spectate the free event. Afterward let your pet play on the beach or take them with you to one of Huntington Beach’s many dog friendly restaurant patios.

What’s your favorite September event? Let me know in the comments below.

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