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What’s On in Los Angeles 3/11 – 3/17

Welcome to the newest addition of Fandomental activities. We’ve often seen folks asking what there is to do in cities that doesn’t revolve around drinking or the club scene… but is still within the realm of affordability. Fear not, fellow Fandomentals! Well, at least those of you living in Los Angeles. We’re rolling out a Fandomental curated weekly list of events that range from culture to sports and fit several budgets. As we continue to hone and fine-tune this list, look for other “weekly suggestions” to pop up for a city near you!

 

Sports

MLS

LA Galaxy

The Galaxy will play Minnesota United FC at the Dignity Health Sports Park (f.k.a Stubhub Center), on Saturday, March 16, at 7:30 pm. Tickets range from General Admission at $24 on up.

 

NBA

LA Clippers

Like with the Lakers, Clippers fans have a choice of three homes games (also from the STAPLES Center) this week. We’ll be looking at the weekend games starting on Friday, March 15, at 7:30 pm when the Clippers will take on the Chicago Bulls. Tickets for this game start at $24 for upper-level seats. Their second weekend game will see them play the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday, March 17, at 6:00 pm. You can currently grab upper-level seats for as low as $18.

 

Film

March 11

Hold on to you’re 90’s loving butts, the New Beverly is showing Clueless at 2:00 pm. Tickets at the theatre are $6 or $7.20 when ordered online.

March 13

The New Beverly is also hosting a screening of Mildred at 2:00 pm. Tickets at the theatre are $6 or $7.20 when ordered online.

March 15

The Landmark Nuart Theatre is screening Evil Dead II at midnight. Tickets are $12.

March 16

The South Park Center will be featuring a panel on New Filmmakers in LA: Women Directors. Tickets range from $10-15

 

Art

Over in Los Feliz, Laluzapalooza is featuring 70 artists at the Soap Plant/Wacko Complex in its 33rd Annual Show. Admission is free.

 

Live Performance

Upright Citizen’s Brigade

Franklin

Improvised 10 Things I Hate About YouThis live comedy performance on Friday, March 15, begins at midnight with tickets selling for $5 at the door, or $6.50 (with processing fees) online. Three groups of UCB performers join together to “improvise and remaster the movie”.

Sunset

The XX Factor – Over at UCB’s Sunset location, their monthly all lady-identifying variety show starts at 8:30 pm on March 14. Tickets are $7 at the door or $8.50 (with processing fees) online.

Natti Natasha with RKM & KEN-Y

If reggaeton is your jam, then prepare to see one of its queens performing live. The Belasco Theatre is hosting Natti Natasha and more in concert on March 16 with doors opening at 8:00 pm. Tickets start at $40 for general admission. This event is 18+!

 

 

Kori
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Kori is an entertainment writer and Managing Editor at the Fandomentals. In her spare time, she is a Buckaroo Banzai enthusiast, lover of Eurovision, and Yanni devotee.

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