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Must-Do Events This Week in Santa Monica

Looking for something to do this week in Santa Monica? There's a community meeting to discuss a new Sixth Street development, free shows at The Broad Stage and more. Check out our calendar for details.

Must-Do Events This Week in Santa Monica

Where/When: , 1527 Fourth St.; 6:30 p.m. Thursday
Why go: The city is seeking community input on design, community benefits and other issues related to a proposed six-story development at 1325 Sixth St. Plans call for a mixed-use project with 100 residential units above 2,400 square feet of ground floor commercial and four levels of underground parking.
Pricing: Free


Where/When: , 1310 11th St; 11 a.m. Saturday
Why go: To celebrate its fifth year anniversary in Santa Monica, The Broad is turning over its stage to local performers, artists and musicians for a day of free shows. Arrive early because the first 600 attendees will receive free ice cream samples from.
Pricing: Free

Where/When: , 1348 14th St; 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
Why go: The Ross Sea Party, a Los Angeles-based indie rock band, will conclude its residency Tuesday at the social aid and pleasure club. The band promises the show will be its "biggest baddest night yet." Nom Nom truck will serve eats 7-9 p.m.
Pricing: No cover

Where/When: ; 7 p.m. Thursday
Why go: The Hot 8 Brass Band, formed in 1995 to play traditional New Orleans brass band music, swings into Santa Monica Thursday to headline the evening's free concert. Also from Louisiana, the brass players will be joined by funk band The Gumbo Brothers.
Pricing: Free

Where/When: , 1130 Lincoln Blvd; 7:30 p.m. Friday
Why go: From jazz to pole to folk, Hart Pulse Dance Company presents all forms of dance by bringing together dance companies and artists from all back-grounds and from across the U.S. The Santa Monica performance is one of six nationwide.
Pricing: $14


Where/When: , 412 Broadway St.; 6 p.m. Thursday
Why go: Talented product designer Annabel Inganni ( see some of her work here) will discuss her work in-person at FLOR's Santa Monica location.
Pricing: Free

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