Two one-day music festivals are coming to the Queen Mary Events Park back-to-back in August.
Over 20 seafood vendors (and counting) are expected to take over the waterfront grounds, offering a diverse range of seafood dishes.
All you can drink. Need we say more?
More than 8,000 people came for the first day of the festival to watch dozens of men and women compete in a variety of Scottish Highland games, many of which involve throwing things.
Tropicalia, the Latinx-focused music festival, will move to a significantly smaller venue, the Pico Rivera Sports Arena.
Dale Fuego, or “give it fire” in English, is a new all-ages festival showcasing stars in the world of reggaeton and Latin trap.
After announcing an expansion of his Sunsoaked festival in Long Beach, Kaskade has formally announced that the two-day party will now be cancelled.
SunSoaked, house master Kaskade’s annual beachside music festival, is seeking to expand its activity along Alamitos Beach by having multiple free community events leading up to the festival on July 13 and 14.
We meandered through a connecting black tunnel painted with pastel blue, yellow and pink space-themed illustrations, trying not to photobomb the handful of people intent on snapping that perfect Instagram picture.