10 Awesome and Interesting Things to Do This Weekend, 6/17

From a sidewalk vinyl sale at Amoeba to pop-up galleries at the Los Angeles Design Festival, we’ve got you covered
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ART: Los Angeles Design Festival
The annual fête offers pop-up gallery openings, cocktail parties, and visits to architecture studios across town. This time around the focus is on DTLA, Silver Lake, Culver City, and La Brea Avenue. More Information (June 9-26, 836 Traction Ave)

SHOP: Amoeba Hollywood Sidewalk Sale
Snag some insane deals at one of L.A.’s most iconic record stores. Go home with $2 DVDs, buy one get one free CDs, $4 Blu-rays, and more. Plus, there will be free lemonade from Hubert’s Lemonade for thirsty customers. More Information (June 18, Amoeba Hollywood)

DANCE: Compagnie Käfig
Mixing the acrobatics of capoeira with Latin American and hip-hop dance styles, this Franco-Brazilian company brings its high-energy performances to the heart of downtown. More Information (June 17-19, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at The Music Center)

MUSIC: Opening Night at the Bowl with Steely Dan
The band’s jazzy numbers have inspired rappers like Kanye West, De La Soul, and Wiz Khalifa. Practice your own lyrical flow as group founders Walter Becker and Donald Fagen kick out the smooth hits. More Information (June 18, Hollywood Bowl)

EAT: Smorgasburg Launch
Brooklyn’s famed outdoor food flea market has found a home at the Alameda Produce Market in Downtown Los Angeles. Sample eats from Donut Friend, Amazebowls, Poke Alaea, and more, then walk it off while perusing clothing, lifestyle, and craft vendors. More Information (June 19, Alameda Produce Market)

THEATER: The Madwoman in the Volvo
Midlife crises and menopause become fodder for writer and radio personality Sandra Tsing Loh’s autobiographical show, which is based on her memoir of love, motherhood, and Burning Man. More information (June 2 – 26, Pasadena Playhouse)

EAT: LA Vegan Food and Beer Festival
Choose from wine, kombucha, cold brew, craft sodas on draft, and over 200 different beers, plus a selection of bites from Moby’s own vegan eatery, Little Pine. More Information (June 18, Rose Bowl)

MUSIC: Moses Sumney
Sumney performs as a part of The Getty’s Saturdays Off the 405 outdoor concert series. Admission is free, and parking is $10 after 3 p.m. More Information (June 18, Museum Courtyard at The Getty)

FILM: Last Remaining Seats
The well-received series that screens films in historic downtown locales marks its 30th anniversary with a lineup that includes Singin’ in the Rain (June 18) and Safety Last! (June 25). More information (June 4 – 25, Various Venues)

ART: Made in L.A.: a, the, though, only
The Hammer Museum’s Made in L.A. 2016 biennial showcases 26 artists from Southern California. Festivities kick off on June 12 and run through August 28; be sure not to miss Arthur Jafa’s collaged “mood books,” performance artists Rafa Esparza and Todd Gray, and Maritne Syms, who curated the Black Radical imagination series. More information (June 12 – August 28, Hammer Museum)

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