Category Archives: Events and Festivals

  1. Disney Grad Night

      Are you or your child headed to Anaheim for Disney Grad Night? It’s a once in a lifetime event where high schoolers gather to experience one last, fantastic memory before heading off into the real world. Disneyland works with schools and school groups around the world to offer unprecedented access to graduating high school…

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  2. Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival

    The Happiest Place on Earth is also the most decadent. The first half of April marks the annual Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival, making it an absolute must for everyone (but especially the 21+ crowd). Enjoy weeks of delicious eats and drinks with a daily format. Every day of the week offers specials,…

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  3. Hoppy Easter!

    Get a head start on burning off those Easter brunch calories at the Hoppy Easter race in Long Beach. The run takes you across the gorgeous beach-side streets before you zip around a pristine lake to finish with an ocean view. Aid stations along the route offer cookies, Gatorade, water, bananas, chips, and much more….

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  4. Christmas in March

      The Glory of Christmas at the Crystal Cathedral in nearby Garden Grove brings you the magic of the holidays in spring. From March 1 – April 30, the celebration focuses on the origins of the holiday with a live nativity. With animals and state of the art special effects, including flying angels, it’s a…

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  5. Your Guide to a Disney NYE

      Nothing is more magical than spending New Year’s Eve at Disneyland, and these tips will help if you’re a first-timer. Disney fans flock to Main Street USA, so you’ll be surrounded by thousands of like-minded fans. It’s the most crowded night of the year at Disneyland, but you’ll enjoy the best holiday entertainment and…

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  6. Your Thanksgiving Restaurant Guide

      Anaheim takes food seriously year-round, but restaurants really step up their game for Thanksgiving. Reserve a table at the GardenWalk McCormick and Schmick’s Seafood, open from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. and enjoy the regular menu or a three-course turkey dinner. The affordable $25.95 price tag ($9.95 for children) includes all your favorite sides…

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  7. Run Anaheim

      Get a head start on New Year’s resolution and wobble before you gobble with a variety of Anaheim-area fun runs throughout the month of November. The Peace Love Run on November 5th is located in the heart of Los Angeles and offers a half marathon, 10k and 5k. The festive course is Mardi Gras…

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  8. Anaheim’s Day of the Dead

      Take a day trip to Old Town San Diego for one of the biggest Day of the Dead events in Southern California. It’s a celebration of history, heritage and culture. The rich diversity of the area makes it the perfect destination within the Mercado, where you’ll find food, goods, entertainment and plenty of activities…

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  9. Anaheim Convention Center

      Watch out—it’s still growing! The Anaheim Convention Center (ACC) is undergoing a massive regrowth in 2017 to add an extra 200,000 square feet of flexi-space to the already hugely impressive venue. It’s earmarked for banquets, exhibits and meetings with brand new docks and a better entrance for vehicles. The ACC is committed to the…

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  10. OC Fest of Ales

    OC Fest of Ales The Fest of Ales returns to Anaheim September 16 with more than 35 craft breweries, live music, food pairings, games and more. Check out the home brew competition and enjoy unlimited craft beer tastings with entry alongside unlimited gourmet cuisine pairings. Only one brewery can claim the Mayor’s Trophy—and you can…

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