Events

Everything You Have to Do in LA This Weekend

Updated On 02/08/2018 at 05:50PM EST Updated On 02/08/2018 at 05:50PM EST
Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age | Flickr/Bruno Farias
bongchu
Courtesy of Bongchu
Friday
Feb 16
Bongchu
Bongchu is bringing its famous Korean braised chicken from Andong, South Korea straight to LA’s Koreatown. Focused solely on the sweet, savory, and spicy chicken dish, this single-item menu might make for the most efficient ordering at a group lunch you’ll ever experience. Spring for the rice cake, by the way.
Cost: $25-$40
Saturday
Feb 17
The Wiltern (Koreatown)
Catch a Black Key in Dan Auerbach as he trots out tunes from his newest solo LP Waiting on a Song, a decidedly upbeat and groovy departure from his work with Patrick Carney.
Cost: $30-$45
Saturday
Feb 17
The Regent (Downtown)
Take a choose-your-own-adventure stroll through the career of everyone’s favorite Maverick with Tom Gun Live. Brought to you by the guys behind Point Break Live, the show is a live reenactment of Top Gun with a random audience member selected to play the lead role.
Cost: $28
Saturday
Feb 17
The Forum (Inglewood)
Over the years, QOTSA has evolved from buzzy stoner rock to one of the few genuine rock acts left that can command an arena. Boogey your ass off to tracks from their latest album Villains; high-octane duo Royal Blood are the opening act.
Cost: $35-$60
Saturday
Feb 17
Three Clubs (Hollywood)
Stand Up And Take Your Clothes Off promises a whimsical night of enhanced senses, humor, and seduction, while indulging in unlimited cannabis tastings via Grassfed’s vape bar and infused edibles along with an eclectic groovy playlist.
Cost: $40-$75
Sunday
Feb 18
Globe Theatre (Downtown)
Close out the weekend strong with a buffet spread of wings, waffles, home fries, omelettes, crab balls, and six cheese mac and cheese. The brunch/day party will have $10 Hennessy cocktails and bottomless mimosas.
Cost: $35+
The New Bad Boys of Magic
Courtesy of The New Bad Boys of Magic
Sunday
Feb 18
Three Clubs (Hollywood)
Daniel Donohue and Eric Siegel are two former magic prodigies-turned bitter rivals who begrudgingly put on a display of hilarious tricks and NSFW one-liners. They haven’t been on America’s Got Talent or Penn & Teller: Fool Us, and they’re not bitter about that whatsoever.
Cost: $10