L.A.'s Best Events, ZHU Live in Chinatown to Two Friends at The Forum and More

From Norms' 75th Anniversary to Chinatown's exhibit, check out what's happening this week!

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Norms 75th Anniversary (Multiple Location): Norms is celebrating their 75th anniversary throughout 2024 and they are kickin off the festivities with a limited time 7 for $5.99 menu along with Four Course Dinners. Available Monday – Thursday for dine in only, guests can choose from a rotating menu of seven scrumptious items including ribs, tenders and more. Guests can create their own four-course meal including soup, salad, entrée, and dessert.
When: Now through Saturday, March 30
Where: Multiple Locations

Where You Stand: Chinatown 1880 to 1939 Exhibit (DTLA): Union Station is showcasing a year-long temporary exhibit called Chinatown 1880 to 1939. The exhibition invites guests into the center of this once vibrant community of families, businesses and associations through historic photographs, oral history recordings and augmented reality.
When: Now through Fall 2024
Where: Los Angeles Union Station, 800 North Alameda St., L.A., 90012

Thursday, Feb. 8

Valley Food Truck Festival (Canoga Park): Get ready for the ultimate L.A. food tour! The Valley Food Truck Festival will feature ten eclectic food trucks and live entertainment while you graze – admission is free!
When: Thursday, Feb. 8 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Where: The Topanga Social parking lot at Westfield Topanga, 6600 CA-27 #9038, Canoga Park, 91303

Zhu at Gin Ling Way (Chinatown): Zhu is bringing a very special set to celebrate Lunar New Year at Gin Ling Way! Celebrate the release of his upcoming single "Thrill Again," and dance the night away. Tickets start at $68; purchase them here.
When: Thursday, Feb. 8 from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Where: Gin Ling Way, 451 Gin Ling Way, L.A., 90012

Friday, Feb. 9

Martha Redbone: Martha Redbone's Roots Project (Westwood): UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance is excited to present an upcoming performance of Martha Redbone Roots Project by Afro-Indigenous vocalist, songwriter, composer and educator Martha Redbone. The performance will be filled with songs that tell the story of her life experience as a Southeastern Cherokee/Choctaw Native, Black woman and mother with the purpose of giving voice to issues of social justice, bridging traditions from past to present, connecting cultures and celebrating the human spirit. RSVP here!
When: Friday, Feb, 9 at 10:45 a.m.
Where: UCLA Nimoy Theater, 1262 Westwood Blvd., L.A., 90024

Saturday, Feb. 10

Rise & Flow Yoga and Wellness (WeHo): In partnership with Fit Girl Club, attendees can start their day right every Saturday with a flowing yoga practice that will awaken the senses and energize the spirit. Experienced instructors will guide guests and attendees through a series of invigorating poses, helping them to find balance and inner peace. Tickets are $25 per person or special offer 2 for 1 admission for $29.50. Free for hotel guests.
When: Saturday, Feb. 10 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Skybar at Mondrian, 8440 Sunset Blvd., WeHo, 90069

Baekjeong KBBQ for Lunar New Year (Multiple Locations): Baekjeong Korean BBQ, the acclaimed destination for Korean barbecue, offers complimentary tteok-guk (rice cake soup) in honor of Lunar New Year across their Southern California locations. Tteok-guk, a savory soup made with Korean rice cakes and beef stock, is commonly enjoyed for Lunar New Year celebrations as its white color signifies purity and cleanliness, or a fresh start for the year ahead. The round, coin-like shape of the rice cakes resemble Korea's old coin currency, yeopjeon, which symbolizes wealth and prosperity for Koreans. During lunch and dinner service on February 10th, each guest will receive a complimentary bowl of tteok-guk to accompany their Korean barbecue spread.
When: Saturday, Feb. 10
Where: Multiple Locations

Two Friends (Inglewood): Acclaimed producer/DJ duo and L.A. natives Two Friends are performing a hometown show at the Forum. The duo are going to be bringing the third annual edition of Big Bootie Land to town. Purchase your tickets here.
When: Saturday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m.
Where: Kia Forum, 3900 West Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, 90305

Poetry Uncut: Part II, J. Ivy Hosts Ursula Rucker and Abiodun Oyewol (Westwood): Grammy award-winning artist J. Ivy hosts the second program in our Poetry Uncut series. The showcase includes performances by poet, activist and Pew Fellow Ursula Rucker, accompanied by electronic musician Wendel Patrick, and Abiodun Oyewole, founding member of the legendary Harlem-based Last Poets. The evening opens with L.A.'s own, Get Lit, a non-profit that encourages students to embrace their voice via poetry and is scored by Emmy Award-winning DJ Niena Drake. Get your tickets here.
When: Saturday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m.
Where: UCLA Nimoy Theater, 1262 Westwood Blvd., L.A., 90024

Sunday, Feb. 11

Melrose Trading Post (Melrose): Start the new year in style at Melrose Trading Post. The market will host over 50 local artists & makers where Angelenos can shop from. There will also be a delicious selection of food trucks on site. General Admission is $6; purchase them here.
When: Sunday, Feb. 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Fairfax High School, 7850 Melrose Ave., L.A., 90046

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