4th of July Events Around Los Angeles

Enjoy the many 4th of July events around Los Angeles! 4th of July events around Los Angeles are numerous.  Check out the 2 bowls — The Hollywood Bowl and The Rose Bowl, among dozens of others great spots. Join multi-platinum selling recording artists, Pentatonix, at The Hollywood Bowl on Tuesday, July 4th.  The Hollywood Bowl Orchestra will back up the group as they perform patriotic music, followed by a fireworks display. The Rose Bowl will have all day celebrations.  Get there as early as 2pm for the kids to enjoy the best in 4th of July food offerings, jumping castles, games and crafts.  Fireworks shoot off at 9PM. Marina Del Rey will have their annual fireworks display starting at 9PM. 

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Los Angeles New Years Eve Events

Los Angeles New Years Eve events are everywhere…from DTLA to Hollywood to Long Beach.  Jean Trinh at LAist.com has taken out the guesswork with incredible descriptions of hot events. These are just a few of the standouts (especially the VIP party with Boy George) but make sure to check out over a dozen others at their website: Tom Bergin’s Public House Tom Bergin’s holds a special place in our hearts with their Irish coffees and laid back, old-man bar vibes. The historic Irish pub will be celebrating NYE by going back to 1936, the year it opened. You’ll be able to snag a $36.19 prix-fixe menu, and new $10 winter cocktails like their Roasted Pecan O’Fashioned and Cranberry Sauc’d. They’re 

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Los Angeles Halloween Family Fun at Farmers Market

Los Angeles Halloween events are everywhere — at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Universal Studios, Disneyland, West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval, and the tourist and local favorite, Farmers Market L.A. From The Original Farmers Market L.A. website: Fall is officially here and we have great fun in store for all! Join us in celebrating 81 years of great family fun with our longest-running event, Fall Festival, on Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18. Did you know Fall Festival started just a few months after the Market opened in 1934? Originally created to celebrate the fall harvest, Fall Festival featured a parade with floats built by Market tenants to promote their businesses. You may not see a parade this year, but you will 

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