16 Unique and Interesting Things To Do This Weekend, 8/4

Guzzle frozen pudding at Smorgasburg or live out your Jim Henson fantasies at a <em>Labyrinth</em>-themed masquerade ball

FOOD: Smorgasburg LA
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. (August 7, Alameda Produce Market)

COMEDY: Indie Improv Festival
This free festival celebrates comedy and talent in Los Angeles with over 60 shows and hundreds of improv teams. More information (August 6, Los Angeles Zoo)

ART: The Enchanted World of Miyazaki Tribute Art Show
Twenty-two artists from across the country honor Japanese director, screenwriter, and animator Hayao Miyazaki with tribute pieces inspired by his iconic work. More information (August 6-7, The Mid-City Arthouse)

MUSIC: Radiohead
The British band will play a highly anticipated show before heading north for Outside Lands music festival. More information (August 4, Shrine Auditorium)

Thom Yorke
Thom Yorke

Photograph by Jim Dyson/Getty Images

FILM: Tiempo de Morir
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic Mexican western—cowritten by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Carlos Fuentes—at the newly renovated Ford Amphitheater. More information (August 5, The Ford Amphitheater)

ART: Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters
Life-size sculptures of some of film’s most terrifying creatures (along with rare and historic props, costumes, objects, and artifacts) from del Toro’s home collection are on display at LACMA through November 27. More information (August 1-November 27, LACMA)

MUSIC: Twilight Concerts at the Pier
Natalia LaFourcade and Monsieur Perine are on this week’s lineup for the free Thursday night series. More information (August 4, Santa Monica Pier)

FILM: Pokemon Movie Night
Before there was Pokemon Go, there were Pokemon movies. Catch Pokémon: The First Movie (1998) and Pokémon: The Movie 2000 (1999) at the Regent (chances of catching Pokémon are guaranteed). More information (August 7, The Regent Theater)

ART: The Great Mausoleum Art Tour by Art Muse LA
Receive a guided tour of Forest Lawn Cemetery’s mausoleum art, including the stained glass re-creation of Leonardo Da Vinci’s The Last Supper and other stained glass art inspired by famous poetry. Tours are free between 10am-11am. More information (August 7, Forest Lawn-Glendale)

OUTDOORS: Sunday Funday
Just Ride LA is hosting a bike tour of city streets and parks (a casual 10-mile loop around L.A.). “The Experience” will also stop by the Sky Slide as an optional activity, and tickets are discounted at $25. More information (August 7, Just Ride LA)

SHOPPING: The Rock ‘N’ Roll Flea Market
Peruse stalls hawking everything from handmade guitar pick jewelry to vintage threads to locally made jam. More information (August 7, Downtown LA)

PARTY: The Labyrinth Masquerade
Jim Henson’s classic film gets the Venetian treatment at this goblin-themed masquerade. The artists of Sypher Arts Studio will convert the ballroom of the Millennium Biltmore into a surreal fantasy worthy of one of King Jareth‘s oubliettes. More information (August 5-6, The Millennium Biltmore)

OUTDOOR: First Sunday on the Skydeck
Head to Shade Hotel for a free pool party starting at 1pm and ending at dusk. DJ Tony Gadachy spins while revelers enjoy handcrafted cocktails, food specials, and views of the Manhattan Beach skyline. More information (August 7, Shade Hotel)

Grand Park teams up with Outfest, Los Angeles’ LGBT Film Festival, to celebrate L.A.’s LGBTQ community. The Gay Freedom Band and the Colburn Adult Wind Symphony will provide music, and there will be a screening of Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge. More information (August 6, Grand Park)

SPORTS: International Surf Festival
At the 55th International Surf Festival, surfers ranging from 8 years old to 80 years old catch waves. Other competitions include bodysurfing, paddleboard races, and more. More information (August 4-7, Manhattan, Redondo, Hermosa, and Torrance beaches)

FILM: Silent & Classic Movie Nights
The historic Heritage Square Museum sets the stage for a screening of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (1957). Tickets are free for museum members and $10 for the general public. More information (August 6, Heritage Square Museum)

MUSIC: Ryan Adams
The singer/songwriter brings his guitar skills (and his pinball machines) to the Greek Theater this weekend. More information (August 5, the Greek Theater)