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5 March Events in Los Angeles

Believe it or not, we are already facing the third month of the year.  As time continues to fly by, it also means that new events are taking place around Los Angeles. Although the month of March can be equivalent to stress since finals are coming up, here are 5 events happening around Los Angeles that can either be motivators or stress relievers to get you through the home stretch. 

1.     3rd Annual Holi Festival of Colors Los Angeles

When: Sat. March 7 from 11AM-5PM

Where: Excelsior High School Grounds 15711 Pioneer Blvd, Norwalk 90650

Info: Gates open at 10:30 AM, $5 Admission, Kids 12 & Under Free, Bags of Colors: $3.00 or 5 for $12.00

With colors, entertainment, and food, Holi, an Indian traditional celebration that announces the arrival of spring and the passing of winter.With colors, entertainment, and food, Holi, an Indian traditional celebration that announces the arrival of spring and the passing of winter.




2.     ArtNight Pasadena

When: Fri. March 13 from 6PM-10PM

Where: Various museums in Pasadena

Info: Free admission, food trucks will be present

Enjoy a free evening of art, music and entertainment as many of Pasadena’s most famous arts and cultural institutions open their doors to welcome guests.


3.     While We’re Young Advance Screening

When: Tue. March 24 at 7PM

Where: USC Ray Stark Family Theater, 900 West 34th Street

Info: Free admission but needs RSVP

Starring Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried, and Adam Driver, USC’s School of Cinematic Arts will be showing an advance screening of the movie for the public.


4.     Santa Monica Airport Artwalk

When: Sat. March 14 from 12PM-5PM

Where: Various Locations

Info: Free admission

Spend a day with art and ceramic demonstrations, workshops, live music, food trucks, and more at the Santa Monica Airport Airwalk.


5.     TCM Classic Film Festival

When: Thurs March 26 – Sun March 29

Where: Various Venues

Info: Prices may vary

With this years theme of History According to Hollywood enjoy screens of dozens of classic films on the big screen including Calamity Jane, Roman Holiday, and The Sound of Music with appearances of special guests.



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