"I am bored," said no one, ever, who lives in Los Angeles.
In fact, people from the South Bay and Orange County flock to L.A. for events and experiences. Hipsters fly in from all locales to see concerts at the Staples Center and rare performances at The Greek. Fashion Week pulls industry giants from the world over. The Marathon, founded by a local, is world renown. Hills Views & Valleys is your resource for what events to mark on your day planner.
Books are launched and art is auctioned. Join the mailing list of Heritage Auctions for an exclusive opportunity to preview and buy works of art for the home, and estate jewelry from the famously wealthy, and the just fortunate, collectors.
And you know that waiting list at Hermes that is notoriously hard to even be placed upon? Heritage is the source for an Hermes bag without the hassle, and it may come with a bit of provenance as well. A Kelly bag that was Grace Kelly’s? Someone has to have that. Be there to see the fun and meet new friends.
The Peterson Automotive Museum exhibits drool-worthy classic and contemporary motor vehicles that inform and excite. Motor in your joy ride over to Griffith Park to see the other kind of stars at the planetarium events. The Observatory also hosts special events and monthly star parties to view our planetary neighbors in the heavens above.
Be seen at a movie premier, or take in a movie poolside at Mr. C’s. Or jazz it up at LACMA. Their events have featured such legends as Wayne Shorter, Les McCann, Arturo Sandoval and Ernie Watts. A celebration of LA’s contributors to jazz music, the program operates April through November and is attended by over 42,000 music lovers annually, making it a must-do for locals and visitors alike.
On the prowl? Dine with the animals as the LA Zoo reprises their hit dinner series with a farm-to-table focus. Each event is hosted in a different section of the park and offers discussions with zoo keepers and even up close encounters with the zoo residents. Talk about a wild night! Got plans at night? Take a behind the scenes daytime tour to see the park like a pro.
The Natural History Museum offers Dinosaurs and DJ’s the first Friday of each month from February to June and the California Science Center is ever changing and challenging to young and old year round.
The city hosts marathons, both movie and on foot, taco festivals, Broadway shows, concerts, plays, art exhibits, and conventions of all types. There simply is not a calendar that can hold all of the events. Hills Valleys & Views will sift through it all and present you the most unique options for your event pleasure. We know the best that Los Angeles has to offer and will share it with you to enhance your life and times.