14 Things You Have to Do This Weekend, 6/9

Take a selfie with giant rabbits downtown or expand your musical horizons at the Playboy Jazz Festival

EXPERIENCE: L.A. Pride Music Festival and Parade
Take to the streets with the LGBT community at the costumed blowout—now in its 46th year—that boasts live music and fabulous attire or a lack thereof. More information (June 12, West Hollywood)

ART: Intrude: Giant Rabbit Sculptures
Remember the giant rubber ducky that posted up in the Port of Los Angeles in 2014? The enormous inflatable animal trend continues with Intrude, an installation featuring 20-foot-tall white nylon rabbits that are lit from within. See them at one of three downtown locations before they hop off on June 11. More information (June 10 – 11, Bank of America Plaza, Wells Fargo Center, and Figat7th)

MUSIC: Playboy Jazz Festival 
Funnyman George Lopez hosts a swinging roster that features Afrofuturist soulster Janelle Monáe, Late Show with Stephen Colbert bandleader Jon Batiste, and Seth MacFarlane singing Sinatra. More information (June 11 – 12, Hollywood Bowl)

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)

EXPERIENCE: Rumors Chinatown Block Party
DJ Guy Gerber and DJ Harvey will bring their island vibes to Chinatown for this breezy block party. The outdoor celebration will start in the day and end at midnight. More information (June 12, Gin Ling Way)

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, LA Convention Center)

FILM: Last Remaining Seats
The well-received series that screens films in historic downtown locales marks its 30th anniversary with a lineup that includes Top Gun, hosted by producer Jerry Bruckheimer (June 4); To Kill a Mockingbird (June 8); and Singin’ in the Rain (June 18). More information (June 4 – 25, Various Venues)

MUSIC: Islands
After so many years in L.A., the quirky Québécois indie act is practically local. Front man Nick Thorburn (responsible for the theme song of the popular podcast Serial) and his bandmates tour in support of their new album, Taste. More information (June 9, Teragram Ballroom)

ART: Explorations in Wood 
In conjunction with a group show of furniture designers who source material from Northeast L.A., this family-oriented class demonstrates how to make sculptural pieces from found wood. More information (June 12, Craft and Folk Art Museum)

MUSIC: Make Music Pasadena
This free summer music event is open to all ages and will feature over 150 performances and 30 vendors. The lineup inclides indie band Atlas Genius and The Mowgli’s. More information (June 11, Downtown Pasadena)

ART: Cindy Sherman: Imitation of Life 
For decades the photographer has famously snapped images of herself, and for decades Eli and Edythe Broad have snapped them up. They’re on view at the sparkling new museum’s first special exhibition. More information (June 11, The Broad Museum)

FILM: Take Me Out to the Movies: 42
Watch a baseball classic outdoors at the Skirball Museum, complete with hot dog and Cracker Jack vendors and oversized games. Arrive at 6:30 p.m. for a guided tour of the exhibition Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American. The film starts at 8:30 p.m. More information (June 10, Skirball Cultural Center)

EXPERIENCE: The Great Horror Campout
If spending 12 hours in an“immersive horror camping experience” sounds like a dream, head to the abandoned zoo at Griffith Park for this summer camp gone wrong. Campers can choose between two types of experience (High Octane and Low Octane) depending on how scared they want to be. More information (June 10 – 11, Elysian Park)

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)