CicLAvia—Mid City Meets Pico Union was the perfect way to usher in summer! The event marked 200 CicLAvia open-street miles traveled together since 2010 and the end of June Gloom with the sun shining on us all day.
Explore LA: Keep the Fun Rolling and Celebrate the Fourth of July with these Free Events | July 1 – July 7
After Sunday’s CicLAvia—Mid City Meets Pico Union, the summer fun keeps rolling with free events across LA. From Independence Day fireworks to an outdoor Shakespeare festival, this week has plenty of amusement to keep you riding high.
On CicLAvia Sundays we collectively alter the rhythm of our streets for a day from hustle and bustle to slow flow. It’s why we’re thrilled to have the Mid City-based non-profit Street Poets join us again as a community partner for our June 30 event, CicLAvia—Mid City Meets Pico Union. We make a natural team: where CicLAvia taps into the transformational power of open streets, Street Poets harnesses the power of poetry and music.
There’s loads of free fun across LA leading up to CicLAvia—Mid City Meets Pico Union on Sunday, June 30! Together we’ll explore Mid City, Angelus Vista, Pico Union, Harvard Heights, and Arlington Heights along car-free streets. Until then, take advantage of these all-ages, free events from the South Bay to North Hollywood to Beverly Hills.
Summer kicks off this week, International Yoga Day is Friday, the next CicLAvia is in two weeks, and there’s loads of free fun happening across town.
Get to know your city and celebrate the halfway mark of 2019 by checking out these free, fun events happening across Los Angeles County this week.
Explore LA this week with these free, fun events offering everything from celebrating Pride Month during the LA Pride festival to joining a party along our next CicLAvia route and picnicking at a polo match.
On Sunday, June 30, CicLAvia—Mid City Meets Pico Union will head to the center of our city to transform public streets into public parks for the day.
While part of this route was included in our epic To the Sea CicLAvia in 2013, much of it is new to CicLAvia and perhaps to you.
Leadership in a New Generation
Built and social environments give cities unique rhythms and identities. As General Manager for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), Seleta Reynolds has dedicated her career to making cultural changes in civic spaces while pursuing collaborative ways to transform LA into a more livable city.
From Memorial Day celebrations to street festivals, here are a few ways to celebrate the unofficial start of summer while exploring LA.