Now thru July 2
Davidson/Valentini Theatre

Extended run! As part of the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival, the Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center will present its rendition of David Harrower's award-winning drama about a young woman who meets a middle-aged man 15 years after being sexually abused by him when she was 12 years old.


American Horror Story: The Style of Scare

Now thru July 30
The Paley Center for Media

In the frightening world of American Horror Story, every twist, turn, terror, and torment is executed in style. Now, you can see how the residents of the Murder House, inmates of the Asylum, witches of the Coven, curiosities of the Freak Show, guests of the Hotel, and victims of Roanoke all dressed to kill.


LA Black Pride

June 30 - July 3
Various Locations

Members of the LGBT black community unite! The four-day festivities features a wide range of events, including a pool party, a volleyball tournament and drill team competition, and a comedy show.


Anime Expo

July 1 - 4
Los Angeles Convention Center

Fans and industry members join together for an annual celebration of Japanese pop culture. As the largest anime convention in North America, Anime Expo features the best in Japanese entertainment, music, fashion, and video games. Guests from both Japan and the US come for panels, premieres, and concerts. Featuring 400+ booths, 500+ artists, and 750+ hours of programming!



July 2 - 4
Hollywood Bowl

Celebrate Independence Day with the three-time Grammy-winning a cappella group whose hits include arrangements of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, and Daft Punk. The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra joins the multi-platinum-selling recording artists for three spectacular evenings of patriotic music, thrilling fireworks and fun!



July 6 - 16
Various Locations

Since 1982, Outfest has curated the year’s best LGBT cinema for your viewing pleasure. As always, the content showcased raises the bar when it comes to trans, bi, lesbian and gay inclusivity and visibility. From the sexual fluidity in the characters to the gender non-conforming themes, this year’s lineup illustrates the changing demographic of today’s LGBT landscape.


Dance DTLA

July 7 - 28
Grand Park

Back for the 13th year, The Music Center’s Dance DTLA is an evening of dancing under the stars Friday nights in the summer months. The series features Dance Downtown where participants can learn new dance moves in a judgment free zone with a different dance genre at each event.


Renegade Craft Fair

July 8 - 9
Los Angeles State Historic Park

Enjoy breathtaking views of the LA skyline and explore a curated selection of modern handmade goods including jewelry and accessories, art, fashion, ceramics, candles, illustration, stationery, home decor, cookware, apothecary, and more.


Beach & Bonfire

July 15
Dockweiler State Beach

If you're an LGBTQ youth or ally aged 24 and under, then join the Center's LifeWorks youth development and mentoring program for its annual summer beach youth event! Bring your swim gear and join us for a day in the sun and some toasty bonfire fun. Food and beverages will be provided. Pre-registration required.


Queer Aging

July 17
Book Soup

Author Jesus Ramirez-Valles discusses his book comprised of conversations with 11 racially and economically diverse representatives of this pioneering generation of gay men—the gayby boomers. Older gay men's approaches to friendship, caregiving, romantic and sexual relationships, illness, and bereavement is upending conventional wisdom regarding the aging process, LGBTQ communities, and the entire field of gerontology.


Our Great Tchaikovsky

July 19 - August 6
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

A time-bending tale of music, politics, and one of the world’s most beloved composers. Known for the beautiful ballets Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, and The Nutcracker, a healthy 53-year-old Tchaikovsky conducted the premiere of his enigmatic Symphony No. 6, Pathétique, and nine days later, he was dead. To this day, how and why he died is still a mystery.


The MisMatch Game

July 21 & 23
Renberg Theatre

The side-splitting parody of the '70s game show returns for two nights featuring a panel of some L.A.'s most creative, hilarious, and demented minds. With kitschy prizes for volunteer contestants pulled from the audience, it's time to dig out that leisure suit for another run of the perennial cult favorite.


FYF Fest

July 21 - 23
Exposition Park

Produced by Goldenvoice, the three-day event showcases many genres of music, including rock, indie, electronic, as well as art installations and sculptures. The festival also has its own night market where people can buy food while watching the concerts. This year's headliners include Missy Elliott, Bjork, and out musician/rapper Frank Ocean.


Sondheim on Sondheim

July 23
Hollywood Bowl

From Follies and Into the Woods to A Little Night Music and Sweeney Todd, Stephen Sondheim’s umpteen Broadway masterpieces assure him a permanent spot among the very top creators of the American musical. Conductor Gustavo Dudamel leads this cabaret-style journey through Sondheim's extraordinary life and career.


Los Angeles Diversity Film Festival

July 27
Let Live Theatre

Celebrating you and embracing everyone, LADFF provides filmmakers, actors, and stories of diverse backgrounds with a place to showcase their voice without judgment or insincere reflection and free of stereotypes and degradation. A true multicultural experience represented by the world’s independent film community.