It’s Friday. Wanna have a fun weekend? Here’s what’s on the agenda:

SATURDAY – SUNDAY
APR 28-29

STEP UP YOUR FITNESS AND WELLNESS GAME AT WANDERLUST

SANTA MONICA PIER
If running a 5K, doing an outdoor yoga flow class, and finishing with guided meditation sounds amazing to you, then you’re the core demographic for Adidas’ Wanderlust event. Following that yogi triathlon, there will be other scheduled activities like acroyoga, hooping, and walking meditation led by nationally recognized teachers.
Cost: $45-150
FRIDAY – SUNDAY
APR 27-29

PAY YOUR RESPECTS TO 4/20 GODS CHEECH & CHONG

GRAMMY MUSEUM (DOWNTOWN)
Believe it or not, Cheech & Chong are still rollin’ as evidenced by their Grammy Museum exhibit “Still Rollin’ — Celebrating 40 Years of Up in Smoke” which serves as a curated collaboration with producer Lou Adler, who discovered the comedic duo. Featured items include original props from the movie, the master tape for the soundtrack album, comedy sketches, and selections from Marin’s “Blazing Chicano Guitars” collection.
Cost: $13 for museum entry
SATURDAY
APR 28

CARB UP AT THE PANCAKES & BOOZE ART SHOW

UNION NIGHTCLUB (ARLINGTON HEIGHTS)
No air of mystery here: the Pancakes & Booze Art Show delivers 150 local artists, live body painting, an eclectic lineup of live music and DJs, along with a free pancake bar all night long. You can even skip the wait and spring for a line-jumper ticket for $5 more.
Cost: $10-15
FRIDAY – SUNDAY
APR 27-29

DELVE INTO THE NOMAD’S ROOFTOP CAFE

THE NOMAD HOTEL (DOWNTOWN)
The NoMad has just started opening up its Rooftop Cafe to the public for reservations, with a daytime menu that’s ideal for poolside dining. Dig into dishes like the prawn roll with cremé fraîche and apple on toasted brioche, and cocktails like the Dewin’ It with jalapeño-infused tequila, mezcal, roasted poblano pepper, and lemon.
Cost: Varies
SATURDAY – SUNDAY
APR 28-29

CELEBRATE THE GIFT OF SKA MUSIC AT BACK TO THE BEACH FESTIVAL

HUNTINGTON STATE BEACH
Put your checkered dancing shoes on for this inaugural ska/punk music festival put on by Blink-182’s Travis Barker, Goldfinger’s John Feldmann, and KROQ. The lineup has Fishbone reuniting for the first time since 1993, Barker sitting in with Goldfinger, 311, Sublime With Rome, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Save Ferris, The Aquabats, and more oldies but goodies.
Cost: $60-100

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