Finding Free Los Angeles Events is a hard task which we took upon and created this LOS ANGELES Free Events TOMORROW Calendar which covers the best free concerts (classical, jazz, pop, rock, opera), free comedy shows, art exhibitions (museum, galleries), free and cheap party and nightlife activities & things to do tomorrow in LA including Santa Monica, Pasadena, South Gate, Torrance, Beverly Hills, Norwalk and more.


TOMORROW - Saturday, Oct 8, 2022

  • A Very Pastel Halloween Pop-up Shop
    A Very Pastel Halloween Pop-Up Shop
    October 8 - October 9 @ 12pm - 5pm

    Pink Moon Atelier, 9816 Belmont Street, Bellflower, CA 90706

    Attention Pastel Cuties! My Violet and Pink Moon Atelier are getting together to bring you👻A VERY PASTEL HALLOWEEN👻 If you've wanted to try on any of the ...
  • GOOD HEROIN w/ Adam Conover, Naomi Ekperigin & MORE!
    FREE Comedy
    Good Heroin W/ Adam Conover, Naomi Ekperigin & More!
    October 8 @ 1pm - 3pm. Weekly

    Stories, 1716 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90026

    A live stand-up comedy show in Echo Park. We love Echo Park. We love stand-up comedy. We love coffee, we love beer, we love books, we love being dumb, and ...
  • Art of Being Bored - Art Show Event
    Art Of Being Bored - Art Show Event
    October 8 - October 9 @ 4:30pm - 2pm

    1912 Raymond Ave, 1912 Raymond Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90007

    Event: 4:30pm Doors Open 7:00pm Stick and Poke Tattoo Artist 7:30pm Live Performance Bar opens 9:30pm Art Raffle Announcement 10:00pm DJ set Sponsored by: MILE ...

More Free Things To Do in Los Angeles Tomorrow

Besides many free events listed in our Los Angeles Free Events TOMORROW calendar above, here are some more Free Things to Do in LA Tomorrow:

Take in the Pacific Coast on the Marvin Braude Bike Trail
This 22-mile coastal bike trail running along the shoreline in Los Angeles County is considered the area's most popular bike path. The path brings cyclists along bright piers, bustling crowds, and beautiful scenery. Pick up the trailhead at Will Rogers State Beach.

Visit the Wisdom Tree
The Wisdom Tree was the only tree to survive the devastation of the 2007 Barham Fire that broke out in the Hollywood Hills. It's found atop Burbank Peak in Griffith Park. In addition to communing with the Wisdom Tree, visitors enjoy sweeping views of Los Angeles.

The campus of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is open to the public. A self-guided tour that covers the biggest attractions on campus can be done in about 45 minutes. Guests should be respectful when it comes to staying in public areas only.

Tour Paramount Ranch
Paramount Ranch is a free site that captures the magic of the Wild West! As a property that's under the management of National Parks Service, the site is even open to the public when filming is taking place. While many structures were destroyed in the Woolsey Fire, visitors can see still where scenes from "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" and "Westworld" were filmed.

Lock in a Free Attraction at Love Lock Bridge
Found on the Sunnynook footbridge that crosses over the Los Angeles River, Love Lock Bridge is a spot where lovers can hang locks to signify their eternal bonds. The concept is borrowed from the original Love Lock Bridge in Paris. Admiring the locks is a fun activity even without a love connection. 2901 Glendale Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA

Explore Chinatown
Chinatown wows with pagoda-style structures, vivid red lanterns, specialty shops, and epic restaurants. Get some dim sum before shopping for herbs, teas, and art. The Taoist Thien Hau Temple is a standout attraction!

Walk Along Mural Mile
Where can you see larger-than-life paintings done by Juan Pablo Reyes, Erica Friend, Manny Velazquez, Levi Ponce, and other iconic artists of today for free? Mural Mile is an outdoor art space that has come to embody the free spirit of Los Angeles. More than 50 murals line this three-mile attraction. 13520 Van Nuys Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA |

Feel the Vibes at Mariachi Plaza
Mariachi Plaza is one of the country's most important centers for mariachi music. The site earned its name after mariachi musicians began gathering here in the 1950s in the hopes of being hired. It stands today as the gateway to the city's Boyle Heights neighborhood. 1831 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA

Tour Saint John's Cathedral
Inspired by the 11th-century Basilica di San Pietro in Tuscania, Saint John's Cathedral is considered to be one of the best examples of Romanesque Revival architecture in the United States. While the cathedral is open for self-guided visits on all days other than Monday and Friday, visitors can enjoy exterior views whenever they please! 514 West Adams Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA

Climb the Steepest Street in Los Angeles
Eldred Street in Highland Park has a grade of 33%. Constructed in 1912, this street gets around newer city mandates that cap grades at 15% due to its historic status. In fact, Eldred Street is even steeper than the steepest streets of San Francisco!

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