A little inspiration for your weekend in L.A.
With restrictions loosening up, the city is beginning to look like its old self. Here are a few of our favorite ways to make the most of this gorgeous weekend.
Wicked Paradise cordially invites you to one of their infamous rooftop parties at SKYBAR, an open-air, ivy-covered pavilion perched above the Pool at Mondrian, and that’s not an invite you want to turn down. Reimagined and reset to meet COVID- Secure guidelines, the cocktails continue to flow, and as the drama unfolds with secret guests DJ’s every hour this will be the ultimate poolside soiree not to be missed. Book tickets here.
Contrast the bleakness of 2020 with the vivid large-scale creations of Danish L.A.-based artist Mikael B. Step out of your mind and get lost in a universe of color explosions contained within a mix of organic lines and 3D geometric shapes with ‘Flow State.’ The solo exhibition will open at the Maddox Gallery from May 1. While the show is completely free, limited viewings are available and you’ll need to make a reservation here.
Explore Secret Cove and other treasures troves on this dreamy adventure. Yes, moving into Yellow Tier status with an increasing amount of second doses being administered means we’re officially hitting the road again—well, at least we’re all boasting about it on social media again. Naturally, Lake Tahoe’s incredible white sand beaches, bordered by the snowcapped Sierra Nevada Mountains, spring to mind. Not only does it offer stunning scenery geographically and architecturally, but it is filled with a ton of thrilling outdoor activities. Namely, kayaking the vast waters on a transparent kayak.
The elusive Mr. Boddy has been murdered and guests will explore the legendary rooms of Tudor Mansion to solve the mystery. Walk through a labyrinth of secret passageways and unexpected locations, follow the trail of evidence and interrogate infamous suspects at this exclusive CLUE Live! outdoor experience.