10 things to do in L.A. for free this Summer

1. Sound in Focus at the Annenberg Space for Photography

Enjoy the exhibit by photographer Lauren Greenfield for free at the Annenberg Space for Photography before enjoying a free concert on the lawn. You do have reserve your spot here before attending the free concert.

Annenberg space museum free


2. Twilight Concerts

The Twilight Concert Series has been a Santa Monica Summer staple for years. Make sure to bring a blanket or chairs to reserve you spot and get there early as crowds can get a bit hectic. All concerts are free.


3.Off the 405

The Getty Museum has started a free Summer Concert Series. Take a tour of the museum before you sit down and enjoy the music starting at 6 p. in the center courtyard. The concerts are completely free but parking cost $10 at the museum.


4.Summer of Soul at the Hammer Museum

Four free nights of live soul performances at the Hammer’s courtyard. DJ set starts at 7 p.m. and the live music begins at 8 p.m.


5.Summer SOULstice on Main Street

A Santa Monica Main St. event with live music, 6 stages, 18 bands and over 50 vendors on June 25 from 11 a.m.- 7 p.m.


6.Dance Sundays at the Wallis

A series of free Sunday dance class events including Salsa (July 9, 2017 at noon) and Hip Hop ( August 13, 2017 at noon)


7.Bergamot Station’s Summer Celebration

On July 22, 2017, the Bergamot Station will celebrate art and summer. Easy access with the Expo line.


8.Shakespeare by the Sea

This theater company performs Shakespeare’s most famous plays in outdoor spots in Los Angeles and Orange County. This year they will be playing Macbeth and The Taming of the Shrew. Check here for full schedule.

9.Free Yoga Classes

Trying to get that Summer body but don’t want to spend a pretty penny? Enjoy free yoga classes at Yogalution on Bluff Park. They have daily classes at 11 a.m. just bring your yoga mat.

10. Learn Archery

Looking for a fun and unique activity to entertain the kids with this Summer? Then look no further than the free beginner classes at Woodley Park Archers. Free classes are every Saturday starting at 9 a.m.  at a first come first serve basis. Kids must be 9 years old or older to participate.

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