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That’s a Wrap!

As October winds down and the weather gets cooler, L.A.’s social scene keeps getting hotter. Here, five must-attend events for the end of the month.

Enjoy fresh-from-the-sea concoctions and spectacular Skybar views at Ceviche Project’s final dinner party of 2015.

1. The Edible Monument: The Art of Food for Festivals
Food has long been a staple in artworks depicting elaborate banquets and celebrations. Works from the Getty Research Institute’s Festival Collection are on display during this exhibit and feature rare prints, tomes and cookbooks complete with serving manuals and thorough illustrations. Through March 13, 2016. J. Paul Getty Center, 1200 Getty Center Drive, L.A., 310.440.7300

2. Ceviche Project
The most inventive dinner series of the year comes to a close with a five-course dining experience complete with drink pairings and live music. Guests can expect to sip fine tequila cocktails and take in Skybar’s killer views all while Octavio Olivas concocts original ceviche that is second-to-none. Oct. 22. 8PM. Tickets $125. 8440 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 323.848.6025

3. Brian Bowen Smith’s Metallic Life
Like his friend and mentor, the late Herb Ritts, Brian Bowen Smith has made a career of photographing film, music and fashion heavyweights in a subtle yet edgy manner. The bold imagery in Smith’s exhibit is amplified by being printed on delicate metallic paper. Through Oct. 22-Nov. 19. De Re Gallery, 8920 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, 310.205.7959

4. Shaping Sound
Dance has no rules in Shaping Sound as artists perform a myriad of routines that effortlessly blend musical genres and dance styles. With Travis Wall from So You Think You Can Dance at the helm as artistic director, the show promises to be an evening of nonstop energy. Oct. 23-24. Tickets $55-$85. The Broad Stage, 1310 11th St., Santa Monica, 310.434.3200

5. Josh Groban
The L.A. native and vocalist showcases his dramatic chops during concerts fit for the Dolby Theatre, performing operatic classics alongside Broadway tunes from his eighth album, Stages. Oct. 29-30. 8PM. Tickets $56-$171. 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 800.745.3000