Check Out These DTLA Events

Tons Of Events Happening Locally Near You, Don't Miss Out!

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Original Article By Jim Skeen For Antelope Valley Press

This week, we’re enjoying pop-up performances at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, honoring Charles Lummis, seeing classic movies in beautiful movie palaces, checking out free dance performances in Santa Monica and Chinatown and admiring classic autos at the Original Farmers Market.

Noon to Midnight

My pick of the week is the LA Phil’s annual pop-up music experience “Noon to Midnight” at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S. Grand Ave. on June 1.

Now in its third year, “Noon to Midnight” is an affordable ($10) way to explore the great Walt Disney Concert Hall and hear top-notch classical music talent. Throughout the day, and in and around the hall, there will be pop-up performances of new music, some commissioned by the LA Phil and some making their world premiere.

There will be food trucks and a beer garden, which will feature an IPA made especially for the LA Phil’s 100th anniversary.

See laphil.com for details and tickets.

Lummis Days

The annual celebration of Charles Lummis, journalist, city librarian, Southwest Museum founder and shameless self-promoter will be held May 31 through June 2 at multiple locations in northeast LA.