Los Angeles is the home of the “Endless Summer,” but with Labor Day fast approaching that means some of the city’s most popular summertime activities are winding down. Not to worry, though – there’s still plenty to do this month. From concerts to cultural festivals and sporting events, our guide will help you make the most of the final weeks of summer.

Depeche Mode: 101

One of L.A.’s most popular outdoor movie series, Eat|See|Hearpresents a worldwide exclusive screening of the Depeche Mode documentary, 101 at Rose Bowl Stadium, where the band performed the final show of the Music for the Masses tour on June 18, 1988. Legendary L.A. DJ Richard Blade, who introduced the band on stage at the original concert in ’88, will be spinning a flashback set and introduce the film. Doors at 5pm, music starts at 7 and 101 screens at 8.