Events calendar: Fun in the city

Events calendar: Fun in the city


shark week

To celebrate World Shark Awareness Day, SeaWorld theme park (500 Sea World Dr., San Diego) is dedicating the entire week to these misunderstood but necessary aquatic creatures. During this week and the next, attendees will be able to participate in interactions and listen to educational and conservation talks from experts from the park, where more than 500 of these cetaceans are guarded. Attendees can choose between just viewing, feeding or touching a dozen species; They will also hear about efforts to protect sharks and which ones are in danger of extinction. Open every day. Tickets start at $59.99. Reports and schedules seaworld.com.

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Getty celebration

Fusion local food, visual artists, live music, artisan market, craft activities, an immersive experience of the Getty collections and more are what you can expect from Getty 25 Celebrates San Gabriel Valley, the series of festivals that the Getty Museum takes place in various parts of the county to commemorate its 25 years of existence. The event will take place at Tony Arceo Memorial Park (3125 Tyler Ave., El Monte) on Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm. Free entrance. Reports: getty.edu

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the fair begins

The traditional OC Fair, which takes place every year at the OC Fair and Event Center (88 Fair Dr., Costa Mesa), promises lots of fun and entertainment for the whole family. Some of what will be there is a children’s zoo, exhibits, live music, competitions, magic acts, milking demonstrations, beer tasting festival and much more. It starts on Friday and continues open from Wednesday to Sunday; Wednesday and Thursday 11 am to 11 pm, and Friday to Sunday 11 am to 12 midnight. Tickets $7 to $14. Reports: ocfair.com

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free concert

Yahaira Tubac, only 12 years old, is one of the most successful piano concertists in Guatemala. She has performed with orchestras, chamber music ensembles and as a soloist, and now she will make her debut in the city, where she will give a free show at MacArthur Park’s Levitt Pavilion (2230 W. 6th St., Los Angels). Yahaira is a Kaqchikel indigenous woman. Saturday 4 p.m. Free entrance. Reports: levitt.org

new attraction

Six Flags Magic Mountain (26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy., Valencia) has the most exciting attraction of the summer in Southern California. The park specializing in nerve-wracking roller coasters and attractions will open Wonder Woman this weekend, its 20th roller coaster and considered the tallest and longest single-row coaster on the planet. It is 3,300 feet long and goes up the equivalent of 13 stories; the speed it reaches is 58 miles per hour. Starting Friday. Tickets from $80. Reports and schedules: sixflags.com

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Ozomatli in the museum

The musical series The Drop, presented by the Grammy Museum (800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles) will have as a guest the local indie music band Ozomatli, who will talk about the creation of their new album, “Marching On”. After the conversation, he will offer a show, in which he will perform his new music. Today Thursday 7:30 pm. Tickets $30. Reports: grammymuseum.org

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new exhibit

The California Art Club will host its 111th annual exhibit at the Bowers Museum (2002 N. Main St., Santa Ana), showcasing one of the most anticipated traditional contemporary art shows in the nation. The 111th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition includes nearly 250 paintings and sculptures, created with techniques used by the pioneering artists who founded the California Art Club in 1909. Their collective art influenced the California Impressionist style. From Sunday to August 21. Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets $12 to $15; free under 12 years. Reports: bowers.org

Ballet and Dudamel

Like the recently appointed director of the Paris Opera, Los Angeles Philharmonic director Gustavo Dudamel invited some of his new colleagues from the Parisian institution to make their debut at the Hollywood Bowl (2301 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles). Angels). The night includes some pieces that will be performed by the Paris Opera Ballet –with solos, duets and ensembles–, also guest of honor. With Jean-Yves Thibaudet on piano and Robert deMaine on cello. Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21, 8 pm. Tickets $1 to $125. Reports: hollywoodbowl.com

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party with women

Chulita Vinyl Club is not just a group of women that plays DJ music. It is a collective that by sharing music celebrates, shares and resists the erasure of its culture. Members of this minority women’s group will perform at the Ford Theater (2580 Cahuenga Blvd., E, Los Angeles) as part of the LA Soundscapes family series. The music they play ranges from ’60s beats to Mexican punk, pop, and Chicano oldies. Event for the whole family. Sunday 10:30 a.m. Tickets $10. Reports: theford.com

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Music for the heart

Upstream combines reggae, calypso, soca and other rhythms that honor its Caribbean roots. But the most important thing about their art is that they will bring this weekend to the Skirball Cultural Center (2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles) the message of love and positivism that their music includes. Sunday 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets $7 to $12; reservation required to enter Reports: skirball.org

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new slides

The Raging Waters water park (111 Raging Waters Dr, San Dimas), one of the largest in the country, is launching attractions, the Bombs Away, a pair of slides in which visitors fall when the floor disappears; the drop in one of them is a vertical line at 26 feet per second. The other rotates until it reaches the bottom. Each is 300 feet long. Open throughout the summer. Tickets start at $48.99. Reports and schedules: ragingwaters.com

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