LA: At A Glance

Fuel your body and captivate your senses at some of the best spring and summer events Los Angeles has to offer.
Summer Events Los Angeles
Bob Marley with sons, Ziggy and Stephen. Five Marley brothers perform with Toots Hibbert and the Maytals at the Kaya Fest, April 21-22


APRIL 21-22

Clean Made LA

The ultimate food market for people looking to sample nutritious fare offers cuisine to satisfy a variety of preferences and sensitivities including keto, vegan and gluten-free. A selection of nontoxic self-care and home products—and talks, workshops and signings—rounds out the wellness experience. Tickets from $20. 110 E. 9th St.;

APRIL 28-29

Kaya Fest

Don’t miss the second performance in history of five Marley brothers at Kaya Fest. Stephen, Ziggy, Damian, Julian and Ky-Mani Marley will be joined by Toots Hibbert and the Maytals—along with several other reggae legends—to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of Bob Marley’s album Kaya. Tickets from $65.

MAY 12

Vegan Street Fair

Explore the vegan delicacies of LA and choose from a variety of bite-size snacks or full meals prepared by local vegan vendors. All daytime events are free. Tickets may be purchased for nighttime events, which include a more intimate setting with entertainment and vegan food by @VeganFatKid. Chandler Blvd.;

MAY 22-23 + 28

Paul Simon at Hollywood Bowl

This may be your last chance to see one of America’s preeminent singer-songwriters live in concert: Expect the hits that have captivated his audiences for decades at Paul Simon’s Farewell Tour. Tickets from $39. 2301 N. Highland Ave.;


Rock the Fourth Marathon

Make this year’s Fourth an active one by joining the marathon. Participants will run along beautiful city streets and a scenic lake three times around the course for a half-marathon and six times for a full. Registration from $25. E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach;


Taste of Farmers Market

Join and experience the 10th annual Taste of Farmers Market as they bring together more than 50 top-rated restaurants, grocers and eateries for an evening of delicious, farm-fresh food. 6333 W. 3rd St.; Free tickets at


Ed Sheeran at Rose Bowl

The 2018 Grammy winner performs his inescapably catchy pop hits at the Rose Bowl Stadium. Tickets from $39. 1001 Rose Bowl Drive;

AUGUST 25-26

The Fit Expo

Bringing together fitness competitions, top fitness personalities and a variety of health and wellness booths, the Fit Expo creates the ultimate arena for workout junkies. Tickets from $25. Anaheim Convention Center, 800 W. Katella Ave.;


Field to Fork

Join LA Times food editor Amy Scattergood and chef Sang Yoon (of Lukshon and Father’s Office) for an afternoon celebrating mouthwatering dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. The itinerary also includes cooking demonstrations focused on fresh meals and talks on the importance of farmers. Tickets from $95.