Mark your cal for these pop-up shops and markets, stylish soirées, trunk shows, and other cool Los Angeles events.
Ongoing Pop-Up Shops & Events
Huf Forever Exhibition (Melrose): In honor of the life and legacy of the late Keith Hufnagel, Huf is displaying a special public exhibition at HVW8 Gallery. Starting this Saturday, Oct. 31, guests will able to visit the showcase which, features photos by Ari Marcopolous, Giovanni Reda, and more, as well as a tribute video by RB Umali and mural by Remio. Huf will also be releasing a limited edition Keith Hufnagel Forever Tee at the brand's flagship and online shop.
When: Saturday, Oct. 31 to Sunday, Nov. 8
Where: HVW8 Art + Design Gallery, 661 N Spaulding Ave., L.A., 90036
FIGat7th Dîa de los Muertos Altar (DTLA): Although we have kept our eyes on everything Halloween, another holiday is creeping up on us during this season, Dîa de los Muertos. Starting on Tuesday, Oct. 20, the Lower Level M1 of DTLA's FIGat7th is installing their Dîa de los Muertos Altar designed by Dalila Paola Mendez to honor the elderly, heroes and lives lost from COVID-19 and racial injustice. The alter will also recognize notable fallen figures including Kobe and Gianna Bryant, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, John Lewis, George Floyd, and Breonna Taylor, to name a few.
When: Tuesday, Oct. 20 to Monday, Nov. 2
Where: FIGat7th, 735 South Figueroa St., L.A., 90017
Good American at Nordstrom Topanga (Canoga Park): Khloe Kardashian's size-inclusive clothing line, Good American, is extending their stay as a pop-up shop in Nordstrom Topanga. Founded by Emma Grede, customers can shop the brand's popular premium denim silhouettes, bodysuits, activewear and more in sizes 00-24. Beginning October 26, Good Americal will also offer the extended selection at Nordstrom South Coast Plaza.
When: Now through the end of the year
Where: Nordstrom at Westfield Topanga, 21725 Victory Blvd., Canoga Park, 91303
Nights of the Jack (Calabasas): Calabasas' premiere Halloween happening, Nights of the Jack, is back — only this time as a contactless drive-thru experience. Guests can travel down their new extended driving trail at the King Gillette Ranch, which will be covered with thousands of hand-carved jack-o'-lanterns. The family-friendly event will run Thursdays through Sundays now through until Nov. 1. Tickets start at $69; buy online here.
When: Thursday, Oct. 1 to Sunday, Nov. 1
Where: King Gillette Ranch, 26800 West, Mulholland Hwy, Calabasas, 91302
Taion Pop Up At Fred Segal Sunset (West Hollywood): Japanese lifestyle brand Taion is partnering with Fred Segal for the brand's exclusive Los Angeles launch. Known for its sustainability, Taion will be taking over a section of Fred Segal's flagship location on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood for their innovative shopping space that showcases their designs and functionality of products including the Taion T-shirt. More products will be added to the collection throughout the activation.
When: Now through the end of the year
Where: Fred Segal, 8500 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 90069
Flamingo Estate Pop-Up (Culver City): You can now bring the magic of Richard Christiansen's Flamingo Estate home with its new lifestyle line. From candles and tinctures to body wash and hair care products, each item was sourced from products from the Estate's grounds and botanical garden. Starting on Saturday, Oct. 10, guests can shop Flamingo Estate's collection at Culver City's Platform until Thursday, Dec. 31.
When: Now through Thursday, Dec. 31
Where: Platform, 8850 Washington Blvd., Culver City, 90232
Thursday, Oct. 29
Hollywood Legion Theater's Drive-In: Get Out (Hollywood): The Andaz West Hollywood kicked off their new film series called the Late-Night Drive-In this summer and they are continuing their series into the fall season. On Thursday, Oct. 29, the drive-in will be screening the 2017 horror film, Get Out. Tickets are $65 and they include entry, popcorn and a drink; grab your tickets here.
When: Thursday, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m.
Where: Hollywood American Legion Post 43, 2035 North Highland Ave, L.A., 90068
Friday, Oct. 30
LA Zoo Drive-In Movies: Goosebumps (L.A.): Lions, tigers ,and movies, oh my! For the first time ever, the LA Zoo is opening their attraction at night for their new drive-in movie series. This weekend event's theme is Hair-Rising Halloween and guests will be able to enjoy their creepy drive-through experience, photo ops, and treat-and-swag bags. This Friday, they will be screening 2015's Goosebumps. Tickets are $100 per vehicle for up to two guests and $140 per vehicle for three or more guests; buy your tickets here.
When: Friday, Oct. 30 at 8 p.m.
Where: Los Angeles Zoo, 5333 Zoo Dr., L.A., 90027
Saturday, Oct. 31
Halloween Movie Night at Idle Hour (NoHo): The Vineland cocktail bar, Idle Hour is hosting a movie night on its patio on Halloween night. Starting at 5 p.m., attendees can catch spooky screenings of Hocus Pocus, Psycho, and Halloween. Book your reservations here.
When: Saturday, Oct. 31 at 5 p.m.
Where: Idle Hour, 4824 Vineland Ave., L.A., 91601
Halloween Night Picnic at Heritage Square Museum (L.A.): Heritage Square Museum is continuing their spooky celebration with their Halloween Night Picnic. This Hallows Eve, visitors can bring their own picnic and enjoy haunting music, mysterious visitations and more-all while social distancing! Tickets are $31; buy them here.
When: Saturday, Oct. 31 at 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Where: Heritage Square Museum, 3800 Homer St., L.A., 90031
Sunday, Nov. 1
Day of the Dead Brunch at Las Palmas (WeHo): Spend your Halloweekend and Day of the Dead at E.P. & L.P.'s Tulum inspired pop-up Las Palmas. Starting Sunday, Nov. 1, guests can visit for brunch and enjoy a Yucatán-inspired menu and a michelada in collaboration with Calidad Beer. Call (310) 855-9955 to book your rooftop reservation.
When: Sunday, Nov. 1 at 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: E.P. & L.P., 603 North La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, 90069
Street Food Cinema: Coco (Arcadia): Just in time for Day of the Dead, Street Food Cinema is hosting a screening of Disney Pixar's Coco at Santa Anita Park. This Sunday, bring the kiddos to enjoy this family film and to learn about this cultural holiday. Car entry is $20; buy your tickets here.
When: Sunday, Nov. 1 at 6:30 p.m.
Where: Santa Anita Park, 285 W Huntington Dr., Arcadia, 91007