Is September a good month to visit Los Angeles?
Yes! The beach cities are still comfortable with warm temperatures AND there are not as many tourists compared to June through August in LA.
What to do in LA this September?
LA Today selected the best things to do in LA to give you plenty of great options for a memorable month.
Editor's Pick ✔️
250 N. Harbor Drive, Redondo Beach
If you’re a fan of country and americana music, you won’t want to miss BeachLife Ranch. The music festival takes place at Redondo Beach between September 22nd and 24th. Grab a cold beer and enjoy tunes played by artists such as Jack Johnson, The Doobie Brothers, and Brad Paisley.
Trending Spot ⏫
1345 N. Montebello Blvd., Montebello
Transport yourself into an alternative universe of bubbles, bubbles, and more bubbles. In Montebello, the Bubble World Experience consists of 11 interactive rooms, each with its own bubble-themed concept. Cannonball into a gigantic bubble pit, step onto a hot air balloon simulation, and walk into rooms of bubbly illusions.
Limited-Time Event ⏳
189 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles
Are you a fan of the D’Amelios? This September at The Grove, check out the D’Amelio Footwear pop-up shop that will feature some of their latest and most fashionable pieces. The event will also include a meet and greet, so go say hi to some of the biggest stars on TikTok.
50 South Bixel Street, Los Angeles
The LA Tequila Fest is bringing 75 award-winning tequila and Mezcal brands to LA Center Studios. Bop around from the various stands and choose from more than 300 tasting options. Food trucks serving mouthwatering bites will be at the ready when you need a pick-me-up before the next drink. So, if you were wondering what fun things to do in LA this weekend (Sept 9th), wonder no more.
5321 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles
If you’re craving a juicy burger with a surprise twist, then Crazy Thai Burger is the spot for you. This new establishment in Thai Town offers epic burgers with Thai flavors, like the Crazy Sticky Rice Burger that replaces the traditional bun with rice. Or chow down on one of its delicious bowls of meat, rice, and veggies.
UCLA Campus, Royce Quad, LA
L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade is one of those events in LA that’s not only an amazing and fun experience, but it’s for a good cause. At the UCLA Campus, some of the top chefs and mixologists will be serving incredible dishes, cocktails, wines, and beer. Sales of the tickets will help Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation continue its fight against childhood cancer.
Chandler Blvd, North Hollywood
On September 17th in North Hollywood, the nonprofit CicLAvia is hosting CicLAmini–an open street event of exercise, games, and art activities. There will be a mile stretch of car-free road for you to walk, bike, skate, or jog. It’s one of the top outdoor things to do in Los Angeles this September.
6801 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles
Ready to see your favorite childhood Pokémon characters in a whole new, artistic way? Well, Japan House is hosting the Pokémon X KOEGI exhibition, showcasing sculptures of the most beloved creatures created by twenty of Japan’s most master craftsmen.
3021 Airport Ave, Santa Monica
The Other Art Fair is taking place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica between September 21st and 24th. This art show goes way beyond the typical gallery. You’ll have the chance to see original pieces by 140 independent artists and enjoy the good vibes of DJ performances and a fully stocked bar.
10. LA Food Bowl
The Los Angeles Times Food Bowl returns, hosting a month-long tribute to the vibrant culinary landscape of the city. This exciting event features a diverse range of activities, such as unique dinner collaborations, a lively kickoff soirée at Lemon Grove, and a captivating three-day night market held at Paramount Studios.