Fans of mixed martial arts won’t have to travel far this summer to watch the industry’s top rising fighters duke it out over eight rounds, as the Queen Mary will be hosting the inaugural season of Rumble on the Water at its Waterfront Events Park, officials announced Tuesday.
The sixth annual Dark Harbor at the Queen Mary came to a close on Halloween night, October 31, after 22 nights of success that saw record-breaking crowds and Hollywood celebrities in attendance, event officials said.
As we find ourselves in the middle of the holiday season, some of us may find ourselves with more free time than we know what to do with, and if that’s the case, let me remind you of the Queen Mary’s seasonal attraction, CHILL.
Over 60 different Southern California-based champion grill masters and BBQ teams will be competing on Saturday at The Queen Mary’s fourth annual West Coast BBQ Classic (WCBC) for the coveted title of West Coast’s “BEST BBQ” and $10,500 in cash prizes.
The Queen Mary’s shopping gallery, a “glittering art deco inspired boutique mall that is today as beautiful as it was eighty years ago,” will formally reopen on Thursday. The public is invited to step onto the ship for free on that day in celebration of the restoration.
The Queen Mary will host a special Champagne Sunday Brunch on Easter, complete with an egg hunt, food and a petting zoo.
Long Beach will get a little taste of Scotland over Valentine’s Day weekend when the ScotsFestival & International Highland Games XXII takes over the Queen Mary.
Queen Mary’s CHILL will be even more merry and bright next week when cast members from the Disney Channel show Liv and Maddie visit the event for an autograph signing.
The Queen Mary’s third annual CHILL celebration is officially open to the public until January 11, unveiling a winter wonderland of ice skating under the backdrop of Long Beach’s iconic ship as well as the Ice Kingdom inside the Queen Mary Dome.
Dark Harbor just isn’t what it used to be. Could it be that Dark Harbor is riding on the wave of success from past years so much that it thought it could get away with (once again having) extra costs for newer (lame) attractions? And could Knott’s actually be getting better? My mind is completely warped right now.