Beach Streets Twilight will take place on Saturday, August 25 from 5PM to 10PM.
Long Beach’s fourth Open Street event, Beach Streets University, is coming to the city’s East Side this Saturday from 11:00AM to 5:00PM.
The events and activities set to take place during Beach Streets Midtown on Saturday, November 12 are officially scheduled, according to a city announcement today. During the event, Anaheim Street from Orange Avenue to Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) will be closed to vehicle traffic.
Beach Streets Midtown will take place on Saturday, November 12 from 9:00AM to 3:00PM, the City of Long Beach announced today. The streets will be closed to all motorized traffic along Anaheim Street, from Orange Avenue to Pacific Coast Highway.
Beach Streets Downtown saw a whopping 50,000 participants take over the streets of Downtown Long Beach and the Broadway corridor (according to bikelongbeach.org), not to get anywhere quickly, but to revel in each other’s company and all the quirkiness and creativity that Long Beach has to offer.
The community is invited to not only revel in the Broadway corridor to be closed to motorists this Saturday, but to kick off the Beach Streets Downtown event at 10:00AM in front of Bixby Park.
Matt Costa will headline the Summer & Music’s (SAM) Buskerfest event at Beach Streets, the Downtown Long Beach Associates announced this week.
With a four-mile stretch of Broadway between Pine Avenue in downtown Long Beach and Euclid Avenue in Belmont Heights to be closed to vehicles in order to make room for pedestrians, bicyclists, skaters and runners, also known as Beach Streets, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) want to ensure that on Saturday, March 19 the programming is up to and beyond par.
The Broadway corridor will “spring to life” on Saturday, March 19 for the Beach Streets Downtown Open Street event, the City of Long Beach announced Tuesday.
The First Fridays Beach Streets Kick-Off will feature myriad activities, musical performances and fun things to see and do for both kids and adults. Here are three notable art-related events you shouldn’t miss as you stroll, skate or ride your bike down Atlantic Avenue the night before Long Beach’s first Open Streets event.