Calling all Ghouls! Come and join the zombie craze for the 4th Annual Santa Monica Zombie Crawl, Saturday, October 29. Zombies take over for food and drink specialsup and down the streets all night long! Makeup artisits will be available for that spooky zombie look, all you have to do is show up! After the crawl, all zombies all invited for the zombie after party! Tickets are only $12, so make sure to get your tickets for this monster of a night! Click here to get tickets
LA is proud of its people and is ready to celebrate them! CelebrateLA is gearing up to celebrate the people of LA, who are the future of LA, the bright young people who are full of ideas and creativity. Tuesday, October 18 it goes down at DTLA’s Grand Park. Join the fun with food trucks, treats, drinks, and free stuff, you do not want to miss this event to celebrate the people that make this grand city!
Hollywood Forever Cemetery invites you to come celebrate Dia de los Muertos on Saturday, October 29, 2016. Take part in the tradition of celebrating life and our loved ones who may rest in peace. Dress in your best Day of the Dead outfit, enjoy traditional mexican cuisine, live music, and watch the cemetery come to life in beautiful Dia de los Muertos decor. Admission is $20 person, for parking and scheduling info check out the event site.
Dust your finest and brightest hats, and its off to the races! What better way to spend a Sunday than a good ol’ brunch and a classic horse race event! On Sunday October 9, Santa Anita Park will be hosting brunch at the horse races featuring 30 of LA’s biggest restaurants and drink samples from various vendors. This event runs 11am-2pm, tickets start at $29.75 and a portion of the proceeds go to Food Forward. For tickets please visit their site.
Los Angeles is full of a variety of flavor and culture, and on Sunday October 9, Placita Olvera will be honoring a traditional Mexican dish, Mole (acccent on letter e). Mole is a traditional Mexcian dish made of a spicy chocolate sauce, which is prepared differently according to each region of Mexico, each delicious in its own way. For that reason, a fair has been made in honor of it, so save the date, and come on down to Placito Olvera 10am-6pm for Mole, folklore, and mariachi, this event is free, for more details check out,
Nothing like one last major festival to close out the summer! Created by Jay-Z, the Made in America Festival will surely bring together the best of the best from music and food for one epic festival that you do not want to miss. For more information and ticket information visit http://www.madeinamericafest.com/16/
Another day, another festival! This time is the Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival coming August 21-24, and the best of Los Angeles’ talent will be in attendance! Local chefs will be preparing special themed dishes, and will be conducting live cooking demonstrations to spectators. Wine seminars will also be scheduled, to make the perfect food and wine pairing. So be sure to check out this event if you wish to create dishes like the professionals! http://www.lafw.com/
Summer may soon be over but festival season is still going strong. Coming August 18-21 to Echo Park Los Angeles is Echo Park Rising. This FREE three-day music festival is lined up full of Los Angeles’ best local talent, that you’ll be sure to hear on the radio soon after thanks to this festival, and you can claim to have heard them first! For the foodie in you, several of Los Angeles’ best will bring their best dishes and food specials! http://epr.la/
Angel City Brewery is back at it again for a fourth year in a row with their specially crafted Avocado Ale! In honor of the ale’s return, Angel City Brewery is celebrating with an all day event! The Avocado Festival will be held on August 8, with food parings, brewery tours, live music, and prizes! $1 from every Avocado Ale sold with benefit the Ron Finely project, so come drink and do some good! For more information on this event visit http://angelcitybrewery.com/event/avocado-festival-2016/
Cannot wait for October to get in on the Halloween fun? Scare LA and the Pasadena Convention Center has just the thing to hold you off until October! Scare LA is a horror, open-to-the-public, convention, featuring all things scary! Guaranteed to give you a thrill, Scare LA will feature halloween-style mazes, interactive games, and an event called “Urban Death.” The convention will run August 6-7, tickets start at $35, don’t wait until October for a scarefest! for program informations visit, http://2016.scarela.com/