Los Angeles Activities for Fall

Los Angeles Activities for Fall Months of September and October

As we wrap up summer, we start by sending thanks to our many visitors throughout the busy months of June, July and August. We posted a few times about the mystery of what the season would bring, but we are pleased to have been sold out most days during our busiest period of the year. We greeted guests from the U.S., Canada, Ghana, Greece, Italy, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, Spain, France, Mexico, Ireland, Ukraine, UAE, New Zealand, and dozens of other countries.

Universal Halloween Horror Nights

Universal Halloween Horror Nights

We might see tourism slow down a bit during September-November, before we pick right back up again for the holiday season. The next three months are a fantastic time to be in Los Angeles. The weather will certainly cool down, and there’s plenty to do. Especially in October.  L.A. is the Halloween capital of the world. We’ll have many blog posts and social media clips on specifics in the upcoming months, but it’s never too early to plan on spooky spots like Knott’s Scary Farm, Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights, and the massive West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval.

Los Angeles Activities for Fall

Hollywood Bowl September and October

The Hollywood Bowl will start to wrap things up, but upcoming concerts in September and October include:

  • September 8th -10th – Fireworks Finale: The Muppets Take the Bowl
  • September 16th – Cumbia at the Bowl
  • September 18th – New Order
  • September 21st-22nd – Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
  • October 3rd-4th – Chance the Rapper
  • October 5th – Lauryn Hill and Nas
  • October 7th – Kings of Leon
  • October 12th, 14th, 16th and 18th – Depeche Mode Global Spirit Tour

The hottest ticket in town is still Hamilton playing at the legendary Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. Catch this show now through December 30th.

The band Green Day will be performing in nearby Pasadena at The Rose Bowl on September 16th, 2017.

The Abbott Kinney Festival in Venice Beach takes place on Sunday, September 24th.  Enjoy live music, beer gardens, art, food trucks and the general bohemian beach vibe that only Venice can achieve.

There are hundreds of other Los Angeles activities for fall.  Stay posted, and we’ll provide as many as we can.

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