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On the Calendar: Los Angeles, March 2020

Stories Eli Dupin and Dawn Garcia
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This month in Los Angeles, the city is blooming with fresh events, yummy food fests, and things to do. In the words of Gertrude S. Wister, “The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size.” Let’s do this.

Britney Spears: The Zone

Now through April 26
6310 W. 3rd St. Mid-Wilshire
$60–$65

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@britneythezone

It’s Britney, bitch! Relive your favorite Britney Spears moments with a truly epic experience at the Britney Spears Zone in Los Angeles. A nod to every great Britney song and music video, this multiple dimension immersive experience invites visitors to play in several interactive rooms that span the pop icon’s musical career. “This one-of-a-kind exhibit…promises to immerse fans in the life and legacy of the star,” according to the official website. Don a Burmese python, do a dance-off with Britney, and be prepared to feel anything but toxic.


California CBA Globe Awards

Mar. 5, 6–11 p.m.
Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood

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The CBA Business Awards is a ceremony honoring those in the cannabis industry bringing progress and innovation worthy of recognition and esteemed accolades.


Lantern Festival

Mar. 7, 12–5 p.m.
Chinese American Museum, 425 N Los Angeles St., DTLA

Free
camla.org
The 19th Annual Los Angeles Lantern Festival celebrates the closing of Chinese New Year festivities, Chinese American heritage and cultural legacy, and the continued contributions to the community.


Art Walk Night Market

Mar. 12, 6 p.m.
399 S. Spring St., DTLA
Free

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Drawing & Art Class

Mar. 12, 9 a.m.
Raminfard School of Arts, Rancho Park
$45–$125

Tickets on Eventbrite


3rd Annual Herstory: A Series of Womxn Art Show

Mar. 21, 12–4 p.m.
Tea n Rose, DTLA
$25

Tickets on Eventbrite
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Debbie Allen Dance Academy x Artfonfa present this beautiful art show and performance art series.


Vegan Street Fair

Mar. 21–22, 11 a.m.
Vegan Exchange LA, North Hollywood
Free

nevernotvegan.com
Come enjoy a weekend of local gourmet and authentic plant based food.


Los Angeles Fashion Week 2020

Mar. 26–29, 5 p.m.
The Majestic Downtown, DTLA
$50–$3,000

Tickets on Eventbrite


Curve Fest Los Angeles

Mar. 27–29, 7 p.m.
Pershing Square, DTLA
$30–$300

Tickets on Eventbrite
Curve Fest, a.k.a. Curvychella, is a festival to empower plus-size women and promote body acceptance, in an effort to put an end to fat and body shaming. The carnival-themed event will include a street parade, artists, entertainers, and speakers.

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