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ICYMI: 6 Things You May Have Missed Over The Weekend

By Secret Los Angeles

Highlights from the weekend of April 30-May 3.

From a vibrant solo exhibition to exploring Disneyland’s refurbished Haunted Manion, here’s what you might have missed over the weekend.

1. Immerse Yourself In The Vivid Visualizations Of Mikael B. At Maddox Gallery

Credit: Mikael B.

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.

2. Get A Taste Of Lousiana At This Gorgeous Beignet Cafe In Studio City

Christina Milian and Elizabeth Morris have opened a cute Beignet Cafe in Studio City, bringing you a taste of Lousiana in L.A. Pair the light, fluffy, not-too-doughy goodness of the treats with a sweet tea or coffee while you bask in the warm light pouring in from the expansive glass facade. Find out more here.

3. Go On A Hunt For Wildflowers At These 7 Stunning Locations In SoCal

Credit: Flower Fields
With the dry winter we’ve had, SoCal isn’t going to have the vibrant carpet of flowers Mother Nature treated us to during last year’s super bloom. But California State Parks department anticipates late-season rainfall to help add some color to the region. Either way, there are still some picturesque pockets of vivid landscapes to wander through with fresh floral scents. We’ve gathered a list of the best places to see flower fields and wildflowers in LA right now.

4. Plan Your Cinco De Mayo With These 10 Festive Experiences In L.A.

Credit: Skybar at Mondrian Hotel

Head to this stunning courtyard to enjoy a brunch spread like Watermelon & Tomato Gaspacho or Avocado, Beetroot & Grapefruit Salad with roasted hazelnuts and balsamic vinegar. Sip on fresh juices or beautifully brewed coffees with swaying palms alongside the sparkling aqua pool. Find out more here.

5. The ‘Happiest Place On Earth’ Is Officially Open

disnyeland haunted mansion
Disneyland Haunted Mansion

After over 400 days of closure, Disneyland finally welcomed guests back into the park over the weekend. The majority of the rides are open, and some attractions have been revamped while visitors have been away, such as the Haunted Mansion. Find out more here.

6. Plan Your Cinco De Mayo With These 10 Festive Experiences In L.A.

Credit: Skybar at the Mondrian

Head to this stunning courtyard to enjoy a brunch spread like Watermelon & Tomato Gaspacho or Avocado, Beetroot & Grapefruit Salad with roasted hazelnuts and balsamic vinegar. Sip on fresh juices or beautifully brewed coffees with swaying palms alongside the sparkling aqua pool. Find out more here.

Featured Image: Skybar at the Mondrian