Raiders of the Lost Ark + Fireworks at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
During 4th of July weekend, picnic on the lawn, catch Raiders on the big screen and a fireworks spectacular! Harrison Ford stars as Indiana Jones, famed archaeologist and adventurer who races against the Nazis to uncover the secret location of the Ark of the Covenant. A themed photo booth will be open for your own adventurer portraits, and DJs will spin before and after the show. $18; Thursday, doors: 7:25 pm, movie: 9 pm; 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Beachwood BBQ & Brewing’s 3rd Anniversary
Stop by the brewery to celebrate over 45 Beachwood beers on draught, including several rare ones, collaboration brews, and our 2013 GABF award winning favorites: Udder Love Milk Stout, Kilgore Stout, and Foam Top Cream Ale. You can also be the first to taste their new bottled brew, Greenshift Double IPA, which will be released that day. Beachwood is opening early with a special brunch menu that includes dishes like banana chocolate chip pancakes with pecan maple syrup, and poached eggs on a grit cake with andouille sausage. Saturday; 210 E 3rd St. Long Beach.

Starry Night Poolside Cinema

All cinephiles are welcome to Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows Starry Night Poolside Cinema. Grab your swimsuit and relax poolside or in the water while watching some of your favorite flicks including Ferris Bueller’s Day Off this week. The evening also includes classic movie snacks like free popcorn and beverages. Free; Friday, 8-10 pm; Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows, 101 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, 310.576.7777

Red, White, and Brew Bash
Rock out to dueling pianos all night long with drink specials on 86-ounce Bomp Pop Buckets for you and your friends. Thursday & Friday, 7 pm-2 am; Howl At The Moon, Universal Citywalk, 1000 Universal Studios Blvd., Universal City, CA 91608

Hollywood Bowl July 4th Fireworks Spectacular

At the Hollywood Bowl’s annual great American extravaganza, Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers along with Edie Brickell join the Los Angeles Philharmonic for a night of patriotic music and fireworks. Thursday & Friday; Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood, 323.850.2000

2014 Summer of Music
Get your groove on in the South Bay with free concerts going on all summer long. Every Thursday and Saturday through August 30, 6-8 pm; Redondo Beach Pier

Van Ness Recreation Center
Celebrate the 4th with an hour-long fireworks celebration and jazz concert with music by Barbara Morrison, and Karen Briggs with Jazz in Pink. Friday, Noon-10 pm; fireworks begin at dusk; 5247 Overdale Dr., Los Angeles

Marina del Rey Fireworks
Bring your chairs, blankets and picnics to enjoy the Fourth of July fireworks show presented by the famed Zambelli Fireworks Internationale. The fireworks will be shot from a barge across the Marina’s main channel and the whole display is mirrored in the water below. Best viewing spots include Fisherman’s Village (13755 Fiji Way), Burton Chace Park (13650 Mindanao Way), and Marina (Mother’s) Beach at 4101 Admiralty Way. Friday, 9 pm; 4701 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292; 310) 305-9503

Redondo Beach Fireworks

See a wide variety of fireworks synced to patriotic music broadcast. Events throughout the day include paddle board races, live music, children’s parade and more. Friday; Seaside Lagoon, 200 Portofino Way, Redondo Beach

Queen Mary

Stroll from decade to decade with the entire ship decked out for the 4th of July. Listen to live music, learn your favorite American jig and lounge all day enjoying family-friendly activities with a giant fireworks extravaganza at the end of the evening. Friday, Noon-11 pm; Queen Mary, 1126 Queens Highway in Long Beach, 800.437.2934

A Hard Day’s Night
Directed by anything-goes, Richard Lester, and featuring tracks like, “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “I Should Have Known Better,” and “If I Fell,” A Hard Day’s Night is one of the most entertaining movies. Initially a low-budget quick film, it features The Beatles playing lively versions of themselves. Lester brings together old-school style with European art film techniques and TV commercial energy. Thursday, 7:30 pm: $15, free for members; Other showtimes: $12, free for members; Friday, July 4th: 8:30 pm, Saturday, July 5th: 5:15 & 7:30 pm, Sunday, July 6th: 5 & 7:30 pm, Monday, July 7th: 7:30 & 9:50 pm, Tuesday, July 8th: 7:30 & 9:50 pm, Wednesday, July 9th: 7:30 & 9:50pm, Thursday, July 10th: 5:15 & 10:20 pm; 611 N Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90036

Coming to America at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Eddie Murphy is an African prince looking for love in America (Queens, New York). Determined to find a woman who loves him for more than his wealth and power, the prince and his servant give up all comforts and move to the slums of New York City. $14; Saturday, doors: 7 pm, movie: 9 pm; 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Terranea Resort
Celebrate at the Palos Verdes seaside spot with food and drink specials available during happy hour at Nelson’s (2-5 pm). Terranea’s Unplugged Acoustic Series is featuring Clayton Joseph Scott on the Sunset Bluff attached to Nelson’s, complete with their “5 Ocean Market” menu and local beers, Catalina Kitchen’s extensive Seafood Buffet (5-10 pm), and live music in the Lobby Bar (7-9 pm). Friday; 100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes, 310.265.2800

Old Pasadena Film Festival
This outdoor film festival will celebrate film in all its forms, showcasing a variety of audience-pleasing movie titles and genres throughout Old Pasadena. The Old Pasadena Film Festival is the largest open-air film festival in California. On Saturday, catch Moonrise Kingdom, a quirky Wes Anderson tale of young love set on an island off the coast of New England in the 1960s. When the love struck boy and girl (and her kitty) run away in order to be together, the town mobilizes to search for them, including the Boy Scout Troop leader (Ed Norton) and the local police chief (Bruce Willis). Saturday, music: 7 pm, movie: 8:30 pm; Central Park, 275 S. Raymond Ave

Sunday Funday Ice Cream Sundays!
Stop by the Courtyard at One Colorado for an ice cream treat from the local Choctál ice cream company. Proclaimed “the perfect chocolate ice cream” by Gourmet’s Ruth Reichl, Choctál’s Single Origin ice creams are intense, distinct with fully rounded flavors. Supplies limited and available while they last. Sundays in July, 2-3 pm; 24 E Union St., Pasadena, CA 91103

4th of July Block Party: Grand Park
Grand Park is launching the biggest rooftop fireworks display in DTLA and expanding this year’s festivities from Temple to 2nd Street. The event ends with fireworks and pyrotechnics at 9 pm. Bring your own prepared food picnics in handheld coolers, but grilling and cooking at Grand Park are prohibited. Food vendors will also be on site. This is an alcohol-free event. Free; July 4, doors: 1 pm, entertainment: 4-9:30 pm; Grand Park,Los Angeles, CA 90012

Preservation Hall Jazz Band and The Dustbowl Revival
The Ford’s Zev Yaroslavsky Signature series kicks off with an evening of toe-tapping music. Since its start in the 1960s, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band has epitomized the best in New Orleans style jazz, traveling the world to share what they call “the planet’s happiest music.” The Dustbowl Revival will be opening up the night with a fusion of old school bluegrass, gospel, jug-band, swamp blues and the hot swing of the 1930s. $80, $65, $50, VIP Package: $100 (includes premium seating, choice of wine or beer and on site parking); Saturday, 8 pm; Ford Theatres, 2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East Hollywood, CA  90068; 323.461.3673

The Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena hosts its 88th annual Fourth of July celebration. You can picnic or tailgate on the grassy area outside the stadium and food will be sold inside the stadium, after the gates open at 6:30 pm. Tours of Rose Bowl Stadium will be available at 2:30 pm, 3:30 pm, 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm and 6:30 pm. At 7 pm, enjoy motorcycle stunts and a special performance by Liverpool Legends, the Ultimate Beatles Experience. Then at 9 pm it’s “the largest fireworks show in Southern California,” an extravaganza choreographed by Pyrospectaculars, known around the world for fireworks displays in New York, Boston, Thailand, the Philippines, the Super Bowl and the Olympics. General Admission/$16.85, Reserved/VIP $33.35; Friday, 2 pm; Rose Bowl, Area H outside the stadium, Pasadena, CA 91103

Mr. and Mrs. Muscle Beach Competition
The fireworks won’t be the only show making you say ooo and ahhh this weekend. Spend the afternoon eyeballing a bunch of over-muscled men and women as they compete for the top honor at this bodybuilding competition. Friday; Venice Recreation Center, 1800 Ocean Front Walk

Rick Kelly at Room 5 Lounge

Pop/singer-songwriter named Rick Kelly is performing at Room 5 Lounge this weekend. $10; Saturday, 8:30 pm; 143 No La Brea Ave., 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.938.2504

Sweet Rose Creamery Pop-Up at Woo Souvenir Shop
Sweet Rose Creamery, the small batch ice cream shop with locations in Santa Monica, Brentwood, and Mid-City makes its first DTLA appearance as a pop-up at Woo Souvenir Shop every Saturday and Sunday in July. Starting This Saturday, Co-Owner/Executive Chef Shiho Yoshikawa will bring her menu of handcrafted, market-driven ice creams and frozen desserts to the boutique, which features designer Staci Woo’s signature modern California Bohemian apparel and curated treasures. Saturdays will be dedicated to frozen treat novelties, like Classic Ice Cream Sandwiches,Seasonal Fruit Pops, Valrhona Fudge Pops, and more. On Sundays, swing by for scoops of Sweet Rose Creamery’s classic ice cream flavors like Salted Caramel,Old Fashioned Vanilla, and Fresh Mint with Homemade Chocolate Chips, as well as a rotation of seasonal flavors such as Blueberry Muffin, Peaches and Cream, Old Rasputin Stout, and more. Every Saturday and Sunday in July, 3-9 pm; 209 S Garey St., Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213.687.4800

Volume 2 BBQ
Nigel P. Henderson, founder of The NOLA Truck, will be hosting a ramped up Volume 2 BBQ at Lock & Key. Chef Nigel will be manning the spit and serving festive side dishes during the day party. This BBQ will be the sophomore event in Chef Nigel’s ongoing pop-up series at Lock & Key. Sunday, 2 pm; 239 S. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90004

Doma Kitchen Celebrates One-Year Anniversary
It’s been a year that husband and wife team, Angie and Stan, launched Doma Kitchen in Redondo Beach. This Fourth of July weekend, Doma Kitchen invites you to join them for their one year anniversary! Bar-B-Que highlights include their Lamb Burger topped with butter lettuce, tomato, onion and house-made horseradish sauce settled in between a soft, buttery brioche bun. Making a first time appearance on the Doma Kitchen menu is a German Sausage on an “Alpine Roll” from Alpine Village in Torrance, CA and a seasonal pickle plate featuring pickled heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers and cabbage created by head chef, Kristina Miksyte. 420 N. Pacitic Coast Highway, Redondo Beach, CA

Wood & Vine
What’s more “Classic American” than dinner and a movie? Wood & Vine are hosting a “Dinner and a Movie” event for this Fourth of July. Dine under the stars on Wood & Vine’s expansive outdoor patio and enjoy a screening of ‘JAWS’ as you sink your teeth into a juicy W&V Burger and fries. The restaurant will also be featuring several Independence Day specials including BBQ Pork Belly with Pickled Peaches and Duck Fat Potatoes; Country Fried Chicken with Braised Greens and a Red-Eye Gravy; and for dessert, Warm Apple Pie served with Buffalo Trace Ice Cream. Wash everything down with a beer or two from their new selection of canned brews from local breweries including St. Archer Blonde Ale, Golden Road Hefeweizen or Pizza Port IPA. An optional cocktail pairing will also be available with the film. Friday,screening begins at 9 pm; 6280 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028;  resys are required for patio seating: 323.334.3360

Border Grill
Border Grill Downtown has happy hour menus available all day. Head to Grand Park for the fireworks and pick up picnic baskets with two burritos, a salad and two non-alcoholic drinks for $20, a basket for four for $36 or a basket for six for $54. Friday, noon-6 pm; 445 S Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90071; 213.486.5171

Horse Thief
Horse Thief BBQ hosts a special Fourth of July and first anniversary celebration, staying open until 10 pm with the full menu and newly opened beer and wine bar. 324 S Hill St., Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213.625.0341

Chef Evan Funke created a special “Italian-American” inspired menu at Bucato in honor of the with garlic knots, spaghetti & meatballs, jidori chicken “alla parmigiana” and tiramisu. 3280 Helms Ave., Culver City, CA 90034; 310.876.0286

Dog Haus Biergarten
Dog Haus Biergarten is throwing its second annual hot dog eating competition. The bar opens early for the first quarterfinal World Cup match and then becomes a party for the competitive eating event. Saturday, 9 am; 93 E Green St., Pasadena, CA 91105; 626.683.0808

Aqua Lounge
Newport Beach’s newest addition to the entertainment scene, will be celebrating the Fourth of July with live DJ mixes all weekend long! DJ Tirade (Thursday-Friday) will be spinning his signature blend of feel-good party vibes, with DJ Elex (Saturday-Sunday) taking over the turntables after. Aqua Lounge opened last Friday and is the area’s only ultra-lounge with its eclectic, rotating program of DJs, stylish ambiance, and masterfully crafted cocktail program, which includes table side punches that are perfect for groups of 8-10. Thursday, 7 pm-midnight, Friday, 8 pm-1 am, Saturday 8 pm-1 am, Sunday, noon-5 pm; 690 Newport Center Dr., Newport Beach, CA 92660; 949.760.4920

Wheel House Cheese Shop
Culver City’s newest cheese shop is making a big stink about the Fourth of July with daily cheese specials all weekend long! Visit the shop for 10% off domestic meats and cheese from across the USA. Wheel House will also offer a unique daily special cheese for a patriotic $17.76, either per pound of wheel, depending on the product (check the in-house chalkboard for more details). Wheel House will be open Friday, 11 am-5 pm; 12954 W Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90066; 424.289.9167

Grand Central Market Extends it’s Hours
This announcement comes on the heels of many other updates to the Market in the last year, including the opening of 12 new food and beverage stalls and the addition of beer and wine lists to vendors Belcampo Meat Co., Olio GCM Wood Fired Pizzeria and Horse Thief BBQ. They are now keeping their doors open until 9 pm Thursday-Saturday nights, beginning Thursday, July 3. To celebrate the Market’s debut of dinner hours, dublab DJs will spin from 6-9 pm on the first three late evenings, July 3 – 5. Between Broadway and Hill Street at the base of Angels Flight

Fritzi Dog’s New Menu
They are launching a new menu for The 4th of July, including 8 original dogs crafted by Chef Neal Fraser and a special vegetarian menu. The 8 dogs are: All Beef, Spiced Pork, Beef & Pork, Stadium Style, Jalapeño Chicken, Turkey & Duck, Maple Turkey, Carrot Dog, along with new sides of Brussels Tots and Cauliflower Popcorn (cauliflower in corn batter). 6333 W 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.936.9436

The Hudson
Enjoy a a Bourbon Basted BBQ ¼ Chicken with a side of smoked ham hock baked beans, jalapeño cornbread, chipotle honey butter and a watermelon slice ($14). To wash it down they’ve created cocktail that taste like sumer, The 1776 – vodka, fresh strawberry, lemon juice, basil, topped with prosecco. Friday and running through the weekend; 1114 N Crescent Heights Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90046The Churchill
Celebrate the 4th of July with an old school Soft Shell Crab & Shrimp Boil! Maryland soft shells, tiger prawns, sweet corn, potatoes, English peas, chorizo, lemon ($15). The great news about this dish is that not only is it available all weekend to celebrate the 4th but it will also be available as a weekend special moving forward. 8384 W 3rd St, West Hollywood, CA 90048

CAFE del REY and Executive Chef Chuck Abair’s all-American Feast
Take in the panoramic views and fireworks in Marina del Rey. Inspired by the California coast and seasonal ingredients, Abair’s menu includes dishes like Watermelon Gazpacho with tomato, cucumber, cilantro, and red bell pepper; chilled Squid Salad with watercress, corn relish, and red wine vinaigrette; and BBQ Short Ribs with smashed potato, summer squash, BBQ sauce, and potato chips. $60 at 5 pm, $80 at 7:45 pm; Fireworks at 8:45 pm; Friday; 4451 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292; 310.823.6395

Shore Hotel’s Cool Down Series
They are inviting summer beach goers to cool off at its community benches with an artisan ice cream cone or an icy Popsicle. Popshop, SoCal’s original artisanal ice pops, will serve up 100% pure, guilt-free indulgences, handmade with organic sugar and seasonal farmers’ market produce. Their signature ice pops are vegan and non-dairy, and include: Amaretto White Peach, Avocado Vanilla, Bananas Foster, Blueberry Lemonade, Chocolate Peppermint, and more. Price: $2.50/pop; Friday, & Saturday, 11 am– 3 pm; 515 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90401; 800.599.1515

4th of July Block Party at Justice Urban Tavern
Enjoy a beer garden, brats, hamburgers and BBQ for Independence Day before and after the fireworks at LA’s Grand Park! Friday, 2-10 pm; 120 S. Los Angeles St. Los Angeles, CA; 213.253.9235

It’s a double celebration this Fourth of July as SunCafe commemorates the birth of our great nation and the grand opening of their new location! Burgers and milkshakes are offered at special prices all weekend long. Cornmeal Crusted Tempeh Sliders are served with pickled radish, arugula, avocado and chipotle mayo on a whole-wheat bun ($3), are best washed down with one of SunCafe’s shakes. Try their new Vanilla Bean Shake made with Whole Tahitian Vanilla Beans, Cashews, Banana, Agave, Goji Berries and Almonds, or make it a Root Beer Float with organic, Oogave Root Beer ($1 off all shakes). A large selection of American craft brews will also be available, including Almanac “Golden Gate Gose” from San Francisco, Allagash “Curieux” from Maine, and Modern Times “Fortunate Islands” from San Diego. Save $1 off all beers on tap between the hours of 3 – 6 pm throughout the holiday weekend. Friday, happy hour: 3-6 pm, dinner: 5-11 pm; 10820 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA 91604; 818.528.2550

Hotel Erwin
To start, Barlo Kitchen + Cocktails will host a classic BBQ from 1-6 pm with beer from local brewery, Venice Duck, and hot dogs, along with live music by Venice artist Christopher Hawley & his band. Enjoy two beers and a hot dog or link for $20. At High Rooftop Lounge, three table seating’s are available, with a $60 minimum/person from 12-3 pm and 3-6 pm, and $75 from 7-10 pm. The rooftop space will have a DJ, prime viewing of the city’s fireworks and a”Freedom Food” menu with not-so-traditional Americana dishes like Coca-Cola Pulled Pork, Grilled Pretzel, Duck Sausage and more. 1697 Pacific Ave., Venice Beach CA 90291; Resys are required: 424.214.2050

Whiskey Red’s
It’s a Red White & Bash at Whiskey Reds! Enjoy classic BBQ favorites including hamburgers, Bratwurst, salmon burgers and BBQ ribs, along with live music from Jack of Hearts and complimentary dessert bar on their patio overlooking the harbor. Early birds can indulge in $3 “Old School” beers and $5 Fireball Shots from 5-8 pm. An All-American Buffet will also be available ($59, patio seating), ($49, indoor seating). Friday, lunch: 11 am-3 pm, dinner 3-11 pm, happy hour, 5:30-8 pm, All-American Buffet Service, 5:30-10 pm; 13813 Fiji Way Marina del Rey, CA 90292; 310.823.4522

1933 Group
They are celebrating all over the city. On July 3rd, Thirsty Crow, Bigfoot Lodge, and Bigfoot West are bringing in the holiday a night early with festivities, $5 Sazeracs (the oldest known American cocktail) and live music from Davey Allen (at Bigfoot Lodge) and a DJ (at Thirsty Crow). Thursday, 5 pm,-2 am; Thirsty Crow: 2939 West Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026; Bigfoot Lodge, 3172 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036; Bigfoot West, 10939 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90064

On the 4th, Firefly will offer a special three-course menu, along with tropical cocktails and boat drinks. A few menu items include Beer Battered Prawns with garlic water; Honey Boo Boo Burger with whipped honey butter, fiscalini cheddar, and applewood smoked bacon; and the Root Beer Float made with a sarsaparilla reduction, vanilla ice cream and root beer foam. $35, choice of one dish per course, excluding beverages; Friday, 4 pm-midnight; 11720 Ventura Blvd., Studio City; 818.762.1833

The sultry steakhouse will be featuring a Blaze of Glory cocktail made with Absolut Elyx and Pomegranate Juice with blue pop rocks on the rim of the glass. Friday, 6 pm-2 am; 755 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069; resys:here or 310.659.3535

Angel City Brewery‘s ‘Merica Fest
The brewery invites you to the Angel City Public House for a backyard-style party. Celebrate America’s independence with lawn games (cornhole, ping pong, ladder toss), apple pies from Pie Hole, firecracker pops from Si Paletas, food trucks, and of course beer, including the newly released Limited Tart Cherry Imperial Wheat and Lo-Lo Loquat Wheat. The day’s live music lineup includes: 1-2 pm – Will & the Wonts; 2:30-3:30 pm – Bird Concerns; 4-5 pm – Joseph Eid; 5:30-6:30 pm – Waterparx; and 7-8 pm – The Velopheliacs. Angel City will be awarding $25 – 50 gift certificates to the top three best red, white and blue outfits. Noon-midnight; 216 S Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213.622.1261

Sunny Spot
Sunny Spot’s outdoor lot turns into a beachside cocktail picnic with spiked lemonades from the mobile Stoli truck in flavors like blueberry-hibiscus, ginger-peach, and pineapple habanero paired with a variety of ‘brown bag’ sack lunches including sliders, plantains and pineapple lollipops. Friday; 822 Washington Blvd., Venice, CA 90292; 310.448.8884

Scratch|Bar has a special all day happy hour, offering you 20% off your entire bill. Friday; 11:30 am-10 pm; 111 N La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90211; 310.289.8010

Red ORed O Melrose
Red O Melrose has happy hour all day. Friday; 8155 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.655.5009

Mud Hen Tavern
Mud Hen Tavern has $5 bloody Mary’s and a menu selection of chum burgers, fried fish tacos and cheeseburgers for $10. From 5-11 pm, Mud Hen Tavern will also be showing JAWS in the bar. If you stop by in a bathing suit, you’ll even get a free draft beer of choice. 742 N Highland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038; 323.203.0500


Lexis Bittar
Score up to 50% off the luxe jewelry designer’s accessories during his summer sale. Until merchandise lasts; 8383 W 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90026

Enjoy up to 60% off designer brands like Opening Ceremony, Eddie Borgo, 10 Crosby by Derek Lam and many more luxe labels. The sale’s happening online too. Until merchandise lasts; 8128 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048; 310.652.3500

Diane Von Furstenberg
For the next few weeks, score an additional 40% off sale merchandise during the designer’s summer sale. 8470 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90069

Etnies, Emerica
Score up to 50% off both skate brands’ apparel and footwear for men, women and kids during the two-day Independence Day sale. Saturday & Sunday, 11 am-4 pm; 26291 Fuerte Dr., Lake Forest, CA 92630

Creatures of Comfort
Score 30% off or more on spring/summer merchandise from Rachel Comey, A Piece Apart, Band of Outsiders, Isabel Marant and other brands during the boutique’s summer sale. Until merchandise lasts; 7971 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.655.7855

Helmut Lang
Enjoy up to 60% off the minimalist cool brand’s spring/summer collections during their summer sale. 8428 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90069

The LA chain’s summer sale promises 30-60% off cult cool brands like Rag & Bone, Tibi, 194t, Pam & Gela, Finders Keepers and much more. It’s happening at all their locations (3rd Street, Brentwood, Malibu, Melrose, Pacific Palisades and Westlake) and online. 8745 W 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048; 310.275.1930

Marc Jacobs
For a limited time, score 70% off the designer’s spring/summer collections during his seasonal sale. 8400 Melrose Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90069; 323.653.5100

Paul Smith
Now through mid-July, save 30-50% off everything in store, including apparel, accessories and footwear for women, men and juniors. Home decor is also in the mix. 8221 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.951.4800

For the next two weeks, enjoy 40-60% offspring/summer women’s and men’s apparel, accessories and footwear at the brand’s Melrose shop; it’s happening at the Rodeo Drive store too. 8428 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90069; 323.782.0163

Trina Turk
Enjoy an additional 20% off all sale styles at all of the LA designer’s boutiques, including Manhattan Beach, Palm Springs and Fashion Island. Now through July 6; 8008 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323.651.1382

Urban Habitat
Enjoy up to 70% off eclectic and retro home furnishings and decor during the store’s Independence Day liquidation sale. It’s also happening at their other Burbank location at 1055 N Victory Pl. Through Sunday; 229 N 1st St., Burbank, CA 91502; 818.954.0588


Now through mid-July, score 30-50% off an array of men’s brands, including Gant Rugger, Gitman Vintage, Levi’s Vintage Clothing, Mollusk, Universal Works and more during the menswear boutique’s summer sale. It’s happening online too. 8236 W 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323.782.9791

Teeki Yoga
Enjoy deep discounts on the yoga brand’s apparel and accessories made from recycled plastic bottles. Expect merchandise from previous and current collections during their sale. Thursday; 1712 E 22nd St., Vernon, CA 90058

Ted Baker: Robertson
Now until stock lasts, enjoy up to 50% off the London designer’s apparel and accessories during his summer sale. Expect women’s footwear starting at $42, denim from $105, handbags from $101 and dresses from $177; plus men’s footwear from $90, pants from $99, accessories from $39 and jackets from $117. It’s also happening at the Santa Monica boutique. 131 N Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles, CA; 310.550.7855

Rag & Bone
For a limited time, score up to 60% off merchandise during the cool NY label’s summer sale. It’s also going happening at their Brentwood boutique. 8533 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90069; 424.245.4816

Opening Ceremony
Now until stock lasts, save up to 60% off brands like Kenzo, Band of Outsiders, Hood by Air and more during the essential shop’s sale. 451 N La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90048; 310.652.1120

Now until stock lasts, save 30% off indie designers like Dusen Dusen, Feral Childe, Stella Proseyn, Kain and more during the Echo Park boutique’s summer sale. It’s happening online too. 2213 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026; 213.413.0004

Mohawk General Store
For the next few weeks, score 30% off brands like Acne, Isabel Marant and more during the shop’s ongoing sale. It’s also happening at their Pasadena store, their men’s location and online. 4011 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90029; 323.669.1601

Kate Spade Saturday
Now until stock lasts, score an additional 25% off sale merchandise during the brand’s summer sale. 8400 W 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323.944.0276

For the next two weeks, enjoy 40% off all merchandise (excluding pre-fall) during the French label’s summer sale. 325 N Beverly Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210

CO-OP 28 Handmade
Score 28% off any sectional, sofa or chair from Co-op 28′s furniture collab with LA designer Steven Anthony during their 4th of July sale.  Thursday-Sunday; 1728 N Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA  90004

H.D. Buttercup
Enjoy up to 70% off the furniture and home decor store’s entire inventory, including seating, lighting, textiles and more during their half-yearly sale. It’s also happening at their In Bed location. Through July 13; 3225 Helms Ave., Culver City, CA 90034; 310.558.8900

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