Los Angeles September 2018 Events

Los Angeles September 2018 Event Calendar | California Title Company

Los Angeles Farmers Markets Ongoing

Hawaiian Festival Sept. 1-2
The E Hula Mau in Long Beach will feature hula competitions, live music, food, artists, and more at the Terrace Theatre. https://www.ehulamau.org/

LA Fleet Week Through Sept.
LA Fleet Week is an end of summer Los Angeles tradition. This year, it is presented by Tom Clancy’s “Jack Ryan”, an Amazon Prime Video and is FREE to the public. At the Port of Los Angeles, attendees will enjoy ship tours, military displays, equipment
demonstrations, live music, aircraft flyovers, and MUCH more. https://www.lafleetweek.com/

Fiesta Hermosa Street Fair Sept. 1-3
Dubbed as the largest arts and crafts fair, Fiesta Hermosa will feature 300 artists and crafters, two music stages, beer and wine gardens, and tons of family-friendly activities. This annual festival is located in downtown Hermosa Beach on Pier Plaza, Hermosa
Avenue, and lower Pier Avenue. http://fiestahermosa.net/

Lobster Festival Sept. 7-9
The Original Lobster Festival will be held at the Rainbow Lagoon in Long Beach. This event will feature fresh lobster dishes, arts & crafts booths, a live reptile exhibit, a karaoke lounge, face painting, beer, wine, and cocktail stations, and MUCH more.

LA Food Fest Sept. 8
Sample food from LA’s hottest restaurants and celebrity chefs at Santa Anita Park. Choose from all kinds of cuisines and check out the beer, wine, and ice cream options! Tickets start at $65 (general admission) and include everything!

Free Yoga on the Octagon Sept. 8
Free Yoga Saturday’s at Redondo Beach Pier! All levels are
welcome. Please bring a yoga mat, towel, and water.

Taste of Pasadena & SIP-tember Finale Sept. 13
From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. more than 30 restaurants and caterers will be on-hand to offer food and drink samples. Admission price includes a tasting of the four finalist cocktails in the SIP-tember Cocktail Bracket Challenge. Tickets are $30 in advance or $50 at
the door. Find more information here:

Dogumenta Sept. 14-23
It’s an art show for dogs! For the FIRST time, the show will debut in downtown Los Angeles and will feature pieces catered to the canine senses and spirit. You will find doggie-inspired works that incorporate color, sound, smell, scent, and other elements. Limit to one dog per person. Ordering tickets in advance is encouraged
but walk-ins are welcome.

Coastal Clean-Up Day Sept. 15
Heal the Bay organizes efforts in LA County for the world’s largest volunteer day. Volunteers are needed to help protect our environment and oceans. Choose from 50 cleanup sites throughout the county or join the Venice Beach team on the south
side of the pier at 9 a.m. http://www.visitveniceca.com/calendar/volunteers-needed-forthe-sept-15th-coastal-cleanup-day/

VintageVibe Festival Sept. 15
The VintageVibe festival is LA’s ultimate throwback music event. Four stages will feature 21st century bands and artists with a 20th century feel. The festival begins at 12 p.m. and closes at 10 p.m. in Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California.

Brew HA HA Sept. 15
The 9th Annual Brew HA HA Craft Beer Festival will showcase more than 100 craft breweries! Shuttle service is available to transport attendees from the event to the Tustin Metrolink Station to grab a Lyft, Uber, train, bus, or taxi. https://www.ocbrewhaha.com/

The White Dinner Sept. 29
The Le Dîner en Blanc is a fabulous dinner event for couples. Dress in white, bring your own food and dine in a secret location! Details here: https://losangeles.dinerenblanc.com/register

Mid-Summer Moon Festival Sept. 29
The 80th Annual Mid-Summer Moon Festival celebrates the full harvest moon. In Chinatown, the festival will include cultural demonstrations, bands, Chinese bakeries and much more. http://chinatownla.com/wp1/event/80th-annual-mid-autumnmoon-festival/

Baja Splash Cultural Festival Sept. 29-30
The 17th Annual Baja Splash Cultural Festival celebrates Latino Heritage Month and Mexican Independence Day. Live entertainment, music, food, educational sessions, mural painting, and much more will be featured. The event begins at 9 a.m. and
concludes at 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

LA Chocolate Salon Sept. 30
It’s the day chocolate lovers have been waiting for. The LA Chocolate Salon event features top chocolatiers, tastings, and presentations at the Pasadena Center!

Day of the Drum Festival Sept. 30
The 36th Annual Watts Tower Day of the Drum Festival is celebrating culture, jazz, gospel, food, arts and crafts, and much more. This event is FREE to attend.

Dinosaur Festival Sept. 29-30
Meet world-renowned paleontologists and celebrate the dinosaurs’ prehistoric past. View fossils and explore all the National History Museum of Los Angeles has to offer!

Vegetarian Festival Sept. 29-30
The 3rd Annual Vegetarian Food Festival is taking place at the Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. Enjoy food samples, guest speakers, fitness activities, and cooking demonstrations. http://www.cavegfoodfest.com/

Abbott Kinney Festival Sept. 30
The 34th Abbott Kinney Festival embraces the Venice Beach
community with music, food, adult beverages and art. Learn
more here: http://www.visitveniceca.com/calendar/abbot-kinneyfestival-2/


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