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Queen Mary Christmas 12:00 am
Queen Mary Christmas @ Queen Mary
Nov 23 2018 @ 12:00 am – Jan 6 2019 @ 11:45 pm
Queen Mary Christmas @ Queen Mary
Queen Mary Christmas Discover new traditions mingled with good old-fashioned Christmas cheer as you stroll the beautiful decks of the legendary ship, experiencing thousands of twinkling lights, carolers and musical performances, our outdoor skating rink[...]
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22
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2018
Halloween Time at Disneyland Parks @ Disneyland
Sep 22 @ 8:00 am – Oct 31 @ 11:45 pm

Halloween Time at Disneyland Parks

Halloween Time at Disneyland is a must when visiting Southern California in the Fall. While it’s not “scary”, it’s certainly festive. Both parks do an amazing job at making you feel like you are in the midst of everything Fall and Halloween. Let the kiddos dress up in their favorite Halloween Costumes and enjoy a fun-filled day with the family!

Here’s a glimpse of some of the major features and attractions for the season:

Supernatural Delight

Halloween Time

Flap your bat wings and prepare for a terror-iffic time with this spirited vampire pal!

Get in touch with your inner ghoul—monster-loving kids of all ages are invited to Hollywood Boulevard in Disney California Adventure Park for a cool Character encounter with Vampirina, the lovable little vampire star of Disney Junior’s spooktacular hit show of the same name.

Vee will be hanging around Hollywood Boulevard daily to meet, greet and strike a pose with fans, so don’t forget those cameras, autograph books and a great big hug—or two! Plus, Vampirina will also appear in the Frightfully Fun Parade at Mickey’s Halloween Party, a separately ticketed after-hours celebration featuring Characters in howl-iday costumes, access to select attractions, trick or treating, Halloween-themed entertainment and more.

It’s a Graveyard Smash!

Halloween Time

Don’t miss the down-home jamboree that’s tons of fun for all makes and models! Dying to do a spine-tinglin’ twirl? This fall, boo-step on over to Cars Land for Mater’s Graveyard JamBOOree, a haunted hootenanny featuring high-spirited Haul-O-Ween music.

While tractor-trailer dance partners swirl Guests around the graveyard, Mater becomes the life of the party by crooning creepy country tunes with a Haul-O-Ween twist—including “Welcome to Radiator Screams,” “Monster Truck Smash” and other frightfully delightfully dark ditties. Ghosties beware… this junkyard-turned-graveyard is filled with tombstone grills that beckon you to “rust-in-peace!”

Don’t miss the jumpin’ JamBOOree that’s perfect for vanpires and wheelwolves alike, ‘cuz it’s only around during Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort!

Beware: Halloween Exclusive!

Halloween Time

Help save Groot from crazed creatures on the loose… if you have what it takes!

Amidst the chaos of the Guardians’ rescue attempt, Groot was left behind! Even worse, The Collector’s Fortress is now mired in a total state of emergency. Your objective? Team up with Rocket as he returns to the fortress distracts the monsters and escapes with his little buddy in tow—but proceed with caution!

Experience the frightfully delightful song, story and special effects when this menacing mission returns duringHalloween Time at the Disneyland Resort!

Decked Out for the Horror-Days

Halloween Time

Explore the estate at its eeriest with tons of frightfully festive touches—courtesy of Jack Skellington!

This fall, the Haunted Mansion will be transformed with jack o’ lanterns and wreaths, terrifying toys and kooky characters from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. It’s a creep-tastic classic you won’t want to miss!

Experience all your favorite frights plus scary seasonal surprises—all thanks to Jack himself. Sally, Oogie Boogie and other Nightmare nasties will also be on hand to wish you “Season’s Screamings!”

Main Street Pumpkin Festival

Halloween Time

Smile… if you dare! During Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort, Main Street, U.S.A. welcomes Guests with a spooktacular treat—a sea of unique jack o’ lanterns sure to send spirits soaring. It’s the perfect opportunity to gather the gang, flash those grim, winning grins and strike a pic-worthy pose with hundreds of hallow-themed pumpkins that are, quite simply, frightfully delightful.

Beyonce and Jay-Z @ Rose Bowl
Sep 22 @ 7:30 pm – Sep 23 @ 10:30 pm
Beyonce and Jay-Z @ Rose Bowl | Pasadena | California | United States

Beyonce and Jay-Z

At the Rose Bowl

Beyonce and Jay-Z are back!

“After smashing it in 2013 during The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, the one and only Beyoncé Knowles is back in LA with Mr. Carter in tow. After the world-shattering surprise-release of her self-titled new album, Bey’ll have plenty of brand new songs to bust out at this Rose Bowl extravaganza, not to mention some of the definitive pop and R&B tracks of the last 20 years. All in all, it should be a typically Yoncéan hurricane of full-throttle tuneage, combined with stuff-strutting moves to leave the audience breathless, let alone her backing dancers. Would anyone argue that Jay Z isn’t the undercard here? In recent years, he’s been graciously sharing the spotlight with Kanye, JT, his wife… the latter of which is particularly fine by us.” –Timeout Los Angeles

To be able to say that you saw Beyonce and Jay-Z perform on stage together already deserves a lifetime achievement award, but to say that you saw them at the Rose Bowl is a once in a lifetime experience. It’s an iconic couple with iconic musical talent at an iconic venue.

Get your tickets ASAP and join the hundreds of other crazy in love Beyonce and Jay-Z fans for a show that will be sure to impress!

 

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2018
CREEP Los Angeles @ ROW DTLA
Sep 27 @ 5:00 pm – Nov 4 @ 8:00 pm
CREEP Los Angeles @ ROW DTLA | Los Angeles | California | United States

CREEP Los Angeles

CREEP LOS ANGELES COMING THIS FALL, A JFI PRODUCTIONS EXPLORES WHAT CREEPS IN THE DARK CORNERS OF YOUR MIND. AT NIGHT. WHILE YOU SLEEP.

EVERYONE DREAMS. YOU HAVE TO. THEY SAY IF YOU DON’T DREAM, YOU DIE. OR IS IT – IF YOU DIE IN YOUR DREAMS, YOU DIE IN REAL LIFE? EVERYONE’S HAD A BAD DREAM THEY JUST CAN’T SHAKE – OR A DREAM THAT’S SO REAL IT FEELS LIKE YOU’RE AWAKE. WHAT HAPPENS IF YOUR NIGHTMARES KEEP REPEATING, NIGHT AFTER NIGHT? AND WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU’RE TOO AFRAID TO CLOSE YOUR EYES AT NIGHT… AFRAID OF WHAT’S INSIDE YOUR MIND?

AUDIENCES IN LA WILL ENTER THE DEEP AND STRANGE ABYSS OF NIGHTMARES. BUT IF YOU GET TOO SCARED, JUST REMEMBER: IT’S ALL A DREAM. RIGHT?

CRITICS ARE SAYING THIS IS THE SCARIEST “HAUNTED” EXPERIENCE THEY’VE EVER HAD. SEE WHAT THE HYPE IS ABOUT HERE!

Dark Harbor at The Queen Mary @ Queen Mary
Sep 27 @ 6:26 pm – Nov 2 @ 7:26 pm
Dark Harbor at The Queen Mary @ Queen Mary | Long Beach | California | United States

DARK HARBOR

at The Queen Mary

As Dark Harbor descends upon the haunted Queen Mary in 2018, a leader has emerged frm the darkness to inflict her will upon her evil cohorts and those that dare enter our gates in the port of Long Beach.

The Ringmaster’s corrupt control of over 200 heinous monsters has dragged our six terrifying mazes further into the depths of decay, promising the most intense season of LA County’s most authentic Halloween attraction.

You’ll have 23 nights of terror from September 27 – November 2 to brave new paths and secret rooms, nightly live entertainment, haunted bars and exciting rides with tickets starting at just $20!

https://www.queenmary.com/calendar-of-events/dark-harbor/home/

Sep
28
Fri
2018
HORRORWORLD @ Puente Hills Mall
Sep 28 @ 6:40 pm – Oct 31 @ 7:40 pm

HORRORWORLD

One Destination with Multiple Haunts & More!!

HORRORWORLD: Experience a variety of Haunted Attractions at Southern California’s Most Anticipated Halloween Event. Not only do we offer the Scariest Haunted Houses, but Horrorworld has partnered with a team of terrifying vendors to create a Truly Frightening Experience.

The Haunts:

INTO THE BLACK

The legend says that the Black house was built In 1866 by a family deeply involved in Human Sacrifice, Devil Worship and Demonic Possession. For years the infamous house had been lost to legend. Recently rediscovered, the Black house and the evil that lurks within has survived over 150 Years.

HORRORWORLD

 

THE PSYCHO SANITARIUM

This Horrifying and Visceral experience will take guests into the confines of a dark and destitute psychiatric facility. Take a first-hand look into the lives and deaths of The Psycho Sanitarium’s abused and neglected patients.

Will You Survive?

Can you escape the innermost horrors of The Psycho Sanitarium or will you join the restless residents?

HORRORWORLD

 

THE FLESHYARD

A Slaughtered Family-After Abraham and Sarah Kearny are found brutally murdered in their home with their 5 children, their once successful livestock farm is burned to the ground to erase the memories of its former inhabitants.

A Blood Soaked Past-The spirits of the violently butchered family cannot rest. They will continue to haunt their land while they seek vengeance for their untimely demise.

HORRORWORLD

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2018
Hocus Pocus Halloween Boutique at Roger’s Gardens @ Roger's Gardens
Oct 1 @ 9:00 am – Oct 31 @ 6:00 pm

Hocus Pocus Halloween Boutique at Roger’s Gardens

Hocus Pocus Halloween Boutique is a unique family-friendly photo-op shopping experience that everyone can enjoy!

Hocus Pocus

Wander the corridors of a most magical school where witches and wizards learn their craft.  Prospective students are invited to tour the castle.  Explore the Headmaster’s Study, a room filled with curiosities and antiquities. Discover where novice witches and wizards study in the Potions classroom, be sure not to tamper with their mysterious experiments.  Who knows what mythical creatures are lurking in the cabinets.  Students wishing to learn about the magical properties of plants can visit the Greenhouse Conservatory where rare and unusual specimens are cultivated.

 

Hocus Pocus

Each of the many rooms in this castle is filled with enchanted objects and décor to fill your home with the spirit of Halloween. Visit Roger’s Gardens this Halloween season and surround yourself in a world of magic.

Hocus Pocus

Hocus Pocus

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride @ Griffith Park (Old Zoo)
Oct 1 @ 7:02 pm – Oct 31 @ 8:02 pm

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

10 Year Anniversary

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is one of the most visited Haunted Attractions in all of Los Angeles. Join thousands of Angelenos and tourists for the scare of a lifetime!

The Scares:

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

As a visitor of our haunted village, you get the privilege of entering through the gates of Purgatory. Our villagers have prepared their stomping grounds for the ultimate Halloween experience. Become a part of our interactive shows, take a ride on our beloved undead horses on the Scary-Go-Round, visit our wickedly insightful psychic and shop in our charming Bootique. Our haunted village is quite pleasant, but we have only mentioned what’s in store for you in Purgatory…

 

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

Take a ride on our hay wagon as we transport you and your friends into the unknown. Legend has it, the haunted woods contain clowns waiting to unleash their bag of tricks on passersby. Are you ready to experience the thrill of the ride?

 

LOS ANGELES HAUNTED HAYRIDE

From the moment you enter in to the House of Shadows, the darkness overcomes you. You will look for a light, but there is none. You are now the unsuspecting victim of the vicious souls that invited you in. You may feel out of your comfort zone, but to them, there is no place like home.

 

LOS ANGELES HAUNTED HAYRIDE

In this haunted village Halloween never ends, and trick-or-treating is a nightly activity. Explore the neighborhoods by going door to door to encounter its occupants and all their mischief. All you have to do is knock…

Oct
11
Thu
2018
Nights of the Jack @ King Gilette Ranch
Oct 11 @ 5:00 pm – Nov 4 @ 11:45 pm
Nights of the Jack @ King Gilette Ranch | Calabasas | California | United States

Nights of the Jack

Nights of the Jack is a Halloween Jack O’ Lantern experience tailored for all ages. Our show will feature thousands of hand-carved, illuminated pumpkins, situated throughout our stunning property at King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas, CA. This year, allow your family and friends to experience the Halloween season like never before!

Get your tickets here!

Oct
27
Sat
2018
Marina Spooktacular @ Burton Chase Park
Oct 27 @ 11:00 am – Oct 28 @ 10:00 pm
Marina Spooktacular @ Burton Chase Park | Marina del Rey | California | United States

Marina Spooktacular

Marina Del Ray

Marina Spooktacular is a Halloween party on the harbor, featuring L.A.’s only haunted pirate ships. There’s fun and scares for all ages, but the frights intensify as night falls over Burton Chace Park in Marina del Rey during this two-day festival. Free admission.

Marina Spooktacular is open 11 a.m.–9 p.m. October 27 and 28, 2018. Enjoy a scavenger hunt graveyard, a blackout maze of terror, trick-or-treating, Dia de los Muertos celebrations, DJ music, food trucks, and more all day. Ongoing tours of the pirate ships will be less-scary in the daytime but haunted at night and recommended for ages 13 and up.

Plus, check out these time-specific events:

OCT. 27
Times TBD

COSTUME CONTESTS

Stay tuned for the schedule by category: babies, toddlers, youth, teens, adults, groups, and pets!

OCT. 27
3–4 p.m.

BALLET FOLKLORICO OLLIN – MEXICAN FOLK DANCE

Experience the culture of Mexico through the songs of Veracruz with Ballet Folklorico Ollin. In this participatory dance JAM presented by the Ford Theatre Foundation, participants stomp and step their way through the rhythms that come from this eastern Mexican state. The event ends with a fandango celebrating the entire community. Participants will perform on tarimas (wooden dance platforms) – so wear shoes you can make some noise in!

OCT. 28
Times TBD

COSTUME CONTESTS

Stay tuned for the schedule by category: babies, toddlers, youth, teens, adults, groups, and pets!

OCT. 28
12–1 p.m.

DANZA MEXICA CUAUHTEMOC – DANCES OF THE AZTEC PEOPLE

Experience the splendor of the Aztec people with San Fernando’s Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc. In this participatory dance JAM presented by the Ford Theatre Foundation, participants create rhythms and beats with fellow drummers and explore the music, choreography, and poetry of this ancient Mesoamerican culture.

Dia de los Muertos Festival at Hollywood Forever Cemetary @ Hollywood Forever
Oct 27 @ 12:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Dia de los Muertos Festival at Hollywood Forever Cemetary

Hollywood Forever Cemetery is proud to present the 19th annual Dia de los Muertos festival:

COATLICUE “MOTHER OF THE GODS”

For our 19th Annual Dia de los Muertos, we honor the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and the sun. Join us as we celebrate the divine feminine, the loving mother that unites us all! Coatlicue (/kwɑːtˈliːkweɪ/) “skirt of snakes” “mother of the gods”, is the Mexica-Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. She is the the Great Mother, in whom both the womb and the grave co-exist.

Her most famous monumental representation was at the Temple Mejor in Mexico City. After the Spanish Conquest, the temple was destroyed and her statue was buried because it was considered an inappropriate pagan idol by Spanish invaders. After languishing in obscurity for more than 200 years, She was rediscovered in 1790.

Not long after she was found, however, Coatlicue was reburied — she was considered frightening and pagan. Eventually, she was uncovered again in the twentieth century, becoming one of the crowning objects of the National Anthropology Museum and Mexican/Aztec identity.

“The post-conquest history of the statue of Coatlicue is connected to the ideology of Mexican nationalism, to the history of aesthetics, to surrealism and to Chicano feminism. It has been an object of horror, extolled as a thing of beauty hidden from view, exhibited as a masterpiece, and is the subject of endless speculation” – Jean Franco

We summon and celebrate the lost Mother Goddess of the Americas to pay tribute to Feminine Power and Divinity. She will not be silenced. She will not remain buried and forgotten. She is the Mother who creates us and the Earth who welcomes us upon Death. The irrepressible and indestructible Coatlicue rises again to inspire and guide Dia de Los Muertos 2018.

Coatlicue: Mother of the Gods. Interview with Dr. Manuel Aguilar, Art History Professor at Cal State LA.Click Here to watch interview.

Saturday, October 27th, 2018: NOON until MIDNIGHT

The Ceremonial Altar Set-Up: Friday, October 26th, 2018 – 3pm onward

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General Admission: $25 per person – (please bring exact change)
Children 8 years and under free until 4pm
Seniors 65 and over free until 4pm

  • Dia de Los Muertos attire strongly encouraged – Come dressed in your finest Calaca apparel
  • Spend an eventful day relaxing and watching the evening stars appear as the cemetery comes to life with joyful celebrations
  • Enjoy fine Mexican cuisine and a wide spectrum of Day of the Dead arts and crafts available for purchase
  • Plan ahead where to park and please carpool
  • Pre-Purchase your tickets to avoid lines day of the event

Location Address:
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Event Features:

  • A vibrant traditional procession in the home of Hollywood’s Immortals with traditional Aztec blessings and Regional Musical-Dance group dedications
  • 100+ Altars created by members of the community to their ancestors and loved ones
  • Hundreds of Aztec Ritual Dancers in full costume
  • Five stages featuring music and theatrical performances
  • An Art Exhibition in the Cathedral Mausoleum curated by Luis Villanueva
  • A costume contest for the best dressed
  • A children’s arts project area
  • Arts and Crafts vendors
  • Food vendors from around Los Angeles
  • Presentation of Altar winners – The judges will select the best altar of each of the following categories: Theme of Event, Traditional Altar, Contemporary Altar – the best of each category wins $3,000

2018 Event Schedule (subject to change):

ALTAR EXHIBITS 12pm – 12am
Winners announced at 8:30pm on Main Stage

Dia de los Muertos

AZTEC DANCES & RITUALS 12pm – 12am
Aztec Circle on the Lake and also throughout the cemetery grounds

Dia de los Muertos

CHILDREN’S ART CENTER 12pm – 6pm
Arts & Crafts • Face Painting
3pm 4pm 5pm Las Marionetas en Desfile
Self Help Graphics- Printmaking Workshop with Traditional Altar Elements

CEREMONIAL PROCESSION
From main entrance to main stage 2:00pm – 2:30pm

COSTUME CONTEST 1pm – 8pm
Get your photo taken at the official Photo Booth
Winner announced on the Main Stage

Dia de los Muertos

CATHEDRAL ART EXHIBIT 12pm – 12am
ARTIST and CURATOR of ART EXHIBITION: LUIS VILLANUEVA
ARTIST of the YEAR: TINO RODRIGUEZ
ARTIST: Emi Motokawa • Lynn Elishaw • Mar Abella • Cecelia Ivy
Pola Lopez • Donna Marie Angers • Keryl Kris Reinke
Susan Z • Erica Friend • Lili Flor

PHOTO EXHIBITIONS 12pm – 12am
‘REVISITING THE DEAD’
Photo Exhibition by Piero F. Giunti
UNAM’s Altar Photo Exhibition
By Thomas Casademunt and Humberto Spindola’s papel picado altar

EL MOSAICO STAGE 3pm – 10:30pm
DANCE & MUSIC
3:00pm Aztec Opening Ceremony – Ce Ollintzin Dance Co.
3:30pm Ballet Folklórico – No te Rajes Jalisco
4:00pm Ballet Folklórico – Raices de Mexico OC
4:30pm Musical Act – Grupo Mestizo
5:00pm Ballet Folklórico – Folklor Cielo Y Tierra
6:00pm Ballet Folklórico – Xhanat
6:30pm  Ballet Folklórico – Grupo Folklórico Princesa Donaji
7:00pm Musical Act – Danny Munoz
7:30pm Ballet Folklórico – BF Aztlan de CSUN
8:00pm Musical Act- El Santo Golpe
9:00pm Ballet Folklórico – Mixteco East LA
9:30pm Ballet Folklórico – BF Eterna Juventud
10:00pm Aztec Opening Ceremony – Ce Ollintzin Dance Co.

LA CATRINA STAGE 3pm – 9:30pm
MUSIC, THEATER & DANCE
3:05pm Laurie Marie – Contemporary Arte in Movement/Dance Company
3:30pm Andrea Zuñiga – Singer
4:10pm Fanny Ara – Flamenco Dance
4:40pm Esteban León – Singer
5:20pm Tribu – Prehispanic Music
6:00pm Fanny Ara – Flamenco Dance
6:30pm Andrea Zuñiga – Singer
7:10pm Laurie Marie – Contemporary Arte in Movement/Dance Company
7:35pm Eli Presser – Puppet Theater
8:00pm Esteban León – Singer
8:40pm Tribu – Prehispanic Music

EL FANDANGO EN SU ESPLENDOR STAGE 4pm – 12am
TRADITIONAL MUSIC FROM SOUTH EAST COAST OF MEXICO
MC’s Adriana Diaz, Silvia Villegas and Carmen Dehesa
4:00pm Los Jaguares del Sereno
4:30pm Aparato
5:00pm Conjunto Xi
6:00pm Alebrijes en Vuelo
7:00pm Carlos Sé
8:00pm Los Coyotitos
9:00pm Conjunto Tenocelomeh
10:00pm Los Hijos de Santo
11:00pm NOSIS – Special guests: Ballet Eterna Juventud

MUERTE Y TRADICIÓN STAGE 12pm – 12am
MAIN STAGE – MUSIC & DANCE PERFORMANCES
12:00pm Metralleta de Oro
2:30pm Opening Ceremony and Aztec Blessing
3:00pm Traditional Dance – Traditional Dance – Diablos de Oaxaca, Paloteros de
Guanajuato, Virgenes de Nayarit, Matachines de San Luis Potosi
4:15pm LACER’s King Drill Team
4:30pm Loli Molina
5:30pm Y La Bamba
6:30pm Hello Seahorse!
7:30pm Mexican Institute of Sound
8:30pm Altar & Costume Winners Announcement
8:50pm Coatlicue: Mother of the Gods – Pasion De Mi Tierra Dance Co.
9:00pm Coatlicue Aztec ceremonial dance – Danza XOCOYOTE de Los Angeles
9:30pm Panteón Rococó
11:00pm Metralleta de Oro

Sep
22
Sat
2018
Halloween Time at Disneyland Parks @ Disneyland
Sep 22 @ 8:00 am – Oct 31 @ 11:45 pm

Halloween Time at Disneyland Parks

Halloween Time at Disneyland is a must when visiting Southern California in the Fall. While it’s not “scary”, it’s certainly festive. Both parks do an amazing job at making you feel like you are in the midst of everything Fall and Halloween. Let the kiddos dress up in their favorite Halloween Costumes and enjoy a fun-filled day with the family!

Here’s a glimpse of some of the major features and attractions for the season:

Supernatural Delight

Halloween Time

Flap your bat wings and prepare for a terror-iffic time with this spirited vampire pal!

Get in touch with your inner ghoul—monster-loving kids of all ages are invited to Hollywood Boulevard in Disney California Adventure Park for a cool Character encounter with Vampirina, the lovable little vampire star of Disney Junior’s spooktacular hit show of the same name.

Vee will be hanging around Hollywood Boulevard daily to meet, greet and strike a pose with fans, so don’t forget those cameras, autograph books and a great big hug—or two! Plus, Vampirina will also appear in the Frightfully Fun Parade at Mickey’s Halloween Party, a separately ticketed after-hours celebration featuring Characters in howl-iday costumes, access to select attractions, trick or treating, Halloween-themed entertainment and more.

It’s a Graveyard Smash!

Halloween Time

Don’t miss the down-home jamboree that’s tons of fun for all makes and models! Dying to do a spine-tinglin’ twirl? This fall, boo-step on over to Cars Land for Mater’s Graveyard JamBOOree, a haunted hootenanny featuring high-spirited Haul-O-Ween music.

While tractor-trailer dance partners swirl Guests around the graveyard, Mater becomes the life of the party by crooning creepy country tunes with a Haul-O-Ween twist—including “Welcome to Radiator Screams,” “Monster Truck Smash” and other frightfully delightfully dark ditties. Ghosties beware… this junkyard-turned-graveyard is filled with tombstone grills that beckon you to “rust-in-peace!”

Don’t miss the jumpin’ JamBOOree that’s perfect for vanpires and wheelwolves alike, ‘cuz it’s only around during Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort!

Beware: Halloween Exclusive!

Halloween Time

Help save Groot from crazed creatures on the loose… if you have what it takes!

Amidst the chaos of the Guardians’ rescue attempt, Groot was left behind! Even worse, The Collector’s Fortress is now mired in a total state of emergency. Your objective? Team up with Rocket as he returns to the fortress distracts the monsters and escapes with his little buddy in tow—but proceed with caution!

Experience the frightfully delightful song, story and special effects when this menacing mission returns duringHalloween Time at the Disneyland Resort!

Decked Out for the Horror-Days

Halloween Time

Explore the estate at its eeriest with tons of frightfully festive touches—courtesy of Jack Skellington!

This fall, the Haunted Mansion will be transformed with jack o’ lanterns and wreaths, terrifying toys and kooky characters from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. It’s a creep-tastic classic you won’t want to miss!

Experience all your favorite frights plus scary seasonal surprises—all thanks to Jack himself. Sally, Oogie Boogie and other Nightmare nasties will also be on hand to wish you “Season’s Screamings!”

Main Street Pumpkin Festival

Halloween Time

Smile… if you dare! During Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort, Main Street, U.S.A. welcomes Guests with a spooktacular treat—a sea of unique jack o’ lanterns sure to send spirits soaring. It’s the perfect opportunity to gather the gang, flash those grim, winning grins and strike a pic-worthy pose with hundreds of hallow-themed pumpkins that are, quite simply, frightfully delightful.

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Beyonce and Jay-Z @ Rose Bowl
Sep 22 @ 7:30 pm – Sep 23 @ 10:30 pm
Beyonce and Jay-Z @ Rose Bowl | Pasadena | California | United States

Beyonce and Jay-Z

At the Rose Bowl

Beyonce and Jay-Z are back!

“After smashing it in 2013 during The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, the one and only Beyoncé Knowles is back in LA with Mr. Carter in tow. After the world-shattering surprise-release of her self-titled new album, Bey’ll have plenty of brand new songs to bust out at this Rose Bowl extravaganza, not to mention some of the definitive pop and R&B tracks of the last 20 years. All in all, it should be a typically Yoncéan hurricane of full-throttle tuneage, combined with stuff-strutting moves to leave the audience breathless, let alone her backing dancers. Would anyone argue that Jay Z isn’t the undercard here? In recent years, he’s been graciously sharing the spotlight with Kanye, JT, his wife… the latter of which is particularly fine by us.” –Timeout Los Angeles

To be able to say that you saw Beyonce and Jay-Z perform on stage together already deserves a lifetime achievement award, but to say that you saw them at the Rose Bowl is a once in a lifetime experience. It’s an iconic couple with iconic musical talent at an iconic venue.

Get your tickets ASAP and join the hundreds of other crazy in love Beyonce and Jay-Z fans for a show that will be sure to impress!

 

Sep
27
Thu
2018
CREEP Los Angeles @ ROW DTLA
Sep 27 @ 5:00 pm – Nov 4 @ 8:00 pm
CREEP Los Angeles @ ROW DTLA | Los Angeles | California | United States

CREEP Los Angeles

CREEP LOS ANGELES COMING THIS FALL, A JFI PRODUCTIONS EXPLORES WHAT CREEPS IN THE DARK CORNERS OF YOUR MIND. AT NIGHT. WHILE YOU SLEEP.

EVERYONE DREAMS. YOU HAVE TO. THEY SAY IF YOU DON’T DREAM, YOU DIE. OR IS IT – IF YOU DIE IN YOUR DREAMS, YOU DIE IN REAL LIFE? EVERYONE’S HAD A BAD DREAM THEY JUST CAN’T SHAKE – OR A DREAM THAT’S SO REAL IT FEELS LIKE YOU’RE AWAKE. WHAT HAPPENS IF YOUR NIGHTMARES KEEP REPEATING, NIGHT AFTER NIGHT? AND WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU’RE TOO AFRAID TO CLOSE YOUR EYES AT NIGHT… AFRAID OF WHAT’S INSIDE YOUR MIND?

AUDIENCES IN LA WILL ENTER THE DEEP AND STRANGE ABYSS OF NIGHTMARES. BUT IF YOU GET TOO SCARED, JUST REMEMBER: IT’S ALL A DREAM. RIGHT?

CRITICS ARE SAYING THIS IS THE SCARIEST “HAUNTED” EXPERIENCE THEY’VE EVER HAD. SEE WHAT THE HYPE IS ABOUT HERE!

Dark Harbor at The Queen Mary @ Queen Mary
Sep 27 @ 6:26 pm – Nov 2 @ 7:26 pm
Dark Harbor at The Queen Mary @ Queen Mary | Long Beach | California | United States

DARK HARBOR

at The Queen Mary

As Dark Harbor descends upon the haunted Queen Mary in 2018, a leader has emerged frm the darkness to inflict her will upon her evil cohorts and those that dare enter our gates in the port of Long Beach.

The Ringmaster’s corrupt control of over 200 heinous monsters has dragged our six terrifying mazes further into the depths of decay, promising the most intense season of LA County’s most authentic Halloween attraction.

You’ll have 23 nights of terror from September 27 – November 2 to brave new paths and secret rooms, nightly live entertainment, haunted bars and exciting rides with tickets starting at just $20!

https://www.queenmary.com/calendar-of-events/dark-harbor/home/

Sep
28
Fri
2018
HORRORWORLD @ Puente Hills Mall
Sep 28 @ 6:40 pm – Oct 31 @ 7:40 pm

HORRORWORLD

One Destination with Multiple Haunts & More!!

HORRORWORLD: Experience a variety of Haunted Attractions at Southern California’s Most Anticipated Halloween Event. Not only do we offer the Scariest Haunted Houses, but Horrorworld has partnered with a team of terrifying vendors to create a Truly Frightening Experience.

The Haunts:

INTO THE BLACK

The legend says that the Black house was built In 1866 by a family deeply involved in Human Sacrifice, Devil Worship and Demonic Possession. For years the infamous house had been lost to legend. Recently rediscovered, the Black house and the evil that lurks within has survived over 150 Years.

HORRORWORLD

 

THE PSYCHO SANITARIUM

This Horrifying and Visceral experience will take guests into the confines of a dark and destitute psychiatric facility. Take a first-hand look into the lives and deaths of The Psycho Sanitarium’s abused and neglected patients.

Will You Survive?

Can you escape the innermost horrors of The Psycho Sanitarium or will you join the restless residents?

HORRORWORLD

 

THE FLESHYARD

A Slaughtered Family-After Abraham and Sarah Kearny are found brutally murdered in their home with their 5 children, their once successful livestock farm is burned to the ground to erase the memories of its former inhabitants.

A Blood Soaked Past-The spirits of the violently butchered family cannot rest. They will continue to haunt their land while they seek vengeance for their untimely demise.

HORRORWORLD

Oct
1
Mon
2018
Hocus Pocus Halloween Boutique at Roger’s Gardens @ Roger's Gardens
Oct 1 @ 9:00 am – Oct 31 @ 6:00 pm

Hocus Pocus Halloween Boutique at Roger’s Gardens

Hocus Pocus Halloween Boutique is a unique family-friendly photo-op shopping experience that everyone can enjoy!

Hocus Pocus

Wander the corridors of a most magical school where witches and wizards learn their craft.  Prospective students are invited to tour the castle.  Explore the Headmaster’s Study, a room filled with curiosities and antiquities. Discover where novice witches and wizards study in the Potions classroom, be sure not to tamper with their mysterious experiments.  Who knows what mythical creatures are lurking in the cabinets.  Students wishing to learn about the magical properties of plants can visit the Greenhouse Conservatory where rare and unusual specimens are cultivated.

 

Hocus Pocus

Each of the many rooms in this castle is filled with enchanted objects and décor to fill your home with the spirit of Halloween. Visit Roger’s Gardens this Halloween season and surround yourself in a world of magic.

Hocus Pocus

Hocus Pocus

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride @ Griffith Park (Old Zoo)
Oct 1 @ 7:02 pm – Oct 31 @ 8:02 pm

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

10 Year Anniversary

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride is one of the most visited Haunted Attractions in all of Los Angeles. Join thousands of Angelenos and tourists for the scare of a lifetime!

The Scares:

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

As a visitor of our haunted village, you get the privilege of entering through the gates of Purgatory. Our villagers have prepared their stomping grounds for the ultimate Halloween experience. Become a part of our interactive shows, take a ride on our beloved undead horses on the Scary-Go-Round, visit our wickedly insightful psychic and shop in our charming Bootique. Our haunted village is quite pleasant, but we have only mentioned what’s in store for you in Purgatory…

 

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

Take a ride on our hay wagon as we transport you and your friends into the unknown. Legend has it, the haunted woods contain clowns waiting to unleash their bag of tricks on passersby. Are you ready to experience the thrill of the ride?

 

LOS ANGELES HAUNTED HAYRIDE

From the moment you enter in to the House of Shadows, the darkness overcomes you. You will look for a light, but there is none. You are now the unsuspecting victim of the vicious souls that invited you in. You may feel out of your comfort zone, but to them, there is no place like home.

 

LOS ANGELES HAUNTED HAYRIDE

In this haunted village Halloween never ends, and trick-or-treating is a nightly activity. Explore the neighborhoods by going door to door to encounter its occupants and all their mischief. All you have to do is knock…

Oct
11
Thu
2018
Nights of the Jack @ King Gilette Ranch
Oct 11 @ 5:00 pm – Nov 4 @ 11:45 pm
Nights of the Jack @ King Gilette Ranch | Calabasas | California | United States

Nights of the Jack

Nights of the Jack is a Halloween Jack O’ Lantern experience tailored for all ages. Our show will feature thousands of hand-carved, illuminated pumpkins, situated throughout our stunning property at King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas, CA. This year, allow your family and friends to experience the Halloween season like never before!

Get your tickets here!

Oct
27
Sat
2018
Marina Spooktacular @ Burton Chase Park
Oct 27 @ 11:00 am – Oct 28 @ 10:00 pm
Marina Spooktacular @ Burton Chase Park | Marina del Rey | California | United States

Marina Spooktacular

Marina Del Ray

Marina Spooktacular is a Halloween party on the harbor, featuring L.A.’s only haunted pirate ships. There’s fun and scares for all ages, but the frights intensify as night falls over Burton Chace Park in Marina del Rey during this two-day festival. Free admission.

Marina Spooktacular is open 11 a.m.–9 p.m. October 27 and 28, 2018. Enjoy a scavenger hunt graveyard, a blackout maze of terror, trick-or-treating, Dia de los Muertos celebrations, DJ music, food trucks, and more all day. Ongoing tours of the pirate ships will be less-scary in the daytime but haunted at night and recommended for ages 13 and up.

Plus, check out these time-specific events:

OCT. 27
Times TBD

COSTUME CONTESTS

Stay tuned for the schedule by category: babies, toddlers, youth, teens, adults, groups, and pets!

OCT. 27
3–4 p.m.

BALLET FOLKLORICO OLLIN – MEXICAN FOLK DANCE

Experience the culture of Mexico through the songs of Veracruz with Ballet Folklorico Ollin. In this participatory dance JAM presented by the Ford Theatre Foundation, participants stomp and step their way through the rhythms that come from this eastern Mexican state. The event ends with a fandango celebrating the entire community. Participants will perform on tarimas (wooden dance platforms) – so wear shoes you can make some noise in!

OCT. 28
Times TBD

COSTUME CONTESTS

Stay tuned for the schedule by category: babies, toddlers, youth, teens, adults, groups, and pets!

OCT. 28
12–1 p.m.

DANZA MEXICA CUAUHTEMOC – DANCES OF THE AZTEC PEOPLE

Experience the splendor of the Aztec people with San Fernando’s Danza Mexica Cuauhtemoc. In this participatory dance JAM presented by the Ford Theatre Foundation, participants create rhythms and beats with fellow drummers and explore the music, choreography, and poetry of this ancient Mesoamerican culture.

Dia de los Muertos Festival at Hollywood Forever Cemetary @ Hollywood Forever
Oct 27 @ 12:00 pm – 11:45 pm

Dia de los Muertos Festival at Hollywood Forever Cemetary

Hollywood Forever Cemetery is proud to present the 19th annual Dia de los Muertos festival:

COATLICUE “MOTHER OF THE GODS”

For our 19th Annual Dia de los Muertos, we honor the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and the sun. Join us as we celebrate the divine feminine, the loving mother that unites us all! Coatlicue (/kwɑːtˈliːkweɪ/) “skirt of snakes” “mother of the gods”, is the Mexica-Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and Huitzilopochtli, the god of the sun and war. She is the the Great Mother, in whom both the womb and the grave co-exist.

Her most famous monumental representation was at the Temple Mejor in Mexico City. After the Spanish Conquest, the temple was destroyed and her statue was buried because it was considered an inappropriate pagan idol by Spanish invaders. After languishing in obscurity for more than 200 years, She was rediscovered in 1790.

Not long after she was found, however, Coatlicue was reburied — she was considered frightening and pagan. Eventually, she was uncovered again in the twentieth century, becoming one of the crowning objects of the National Anthropology Museum and Mexican/Aztec identity.

“The post-conquest history of the statue of Coatlicue is connected to the ideology of Mexican nationalism, to the history of aesthetics, to surrealism and to Chicano feminism. It has been an object of horror, extolled as a thing of beauty hidden from view, exhibited as a masterpiece, and is the subject of endless speculation” – Jean Franco

We summon and celebrate the lost Mother Goddess of the Americas to pay tribute to Feminine Power and Divinity. She will not be silenced. She will not remain buried and forgotten. She is the Mother who creates us and the Earth who welcomes us upon Death. The irrepressible and indestructible Coatlicue rises again to inspire and guide Dia de Los Muertos 2018.

Coatlicue: Mother of the Gods. Interview with Dr. Manuel Aguilar, Art History Professor at Cal State LA.Click Here to watch interview.

Saturday, October 27th, 2018: NOON until MIDNIGHT

The Ceremonial Altar Set-Up: Friday, October 26th, 2018 – 3pm onward

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General Admission: $25 per person – (please bring exact change)
Children 8 years and under free until 4pm
Seniors 65 and over free until 4pm

  • Dia de Los Muertos attire strongly encouraged – Come dressed in your finest Calaca apparel
  • Spend an eventful day relaxing and watching the evening stars appear as the cemetery comes to life with joyful celebrations
  • Enjoy fine Mexican cuisine and a wide spectrum of Day of the Dead arts and crafts available for purchase
  • Plan ahead where to park and please carpool
  • Pre-Purchase your tickets to avoid lines day of the event

Location Address:
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
6000 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Event Features:

  • A vibrant traditional procession in the home of Hollywood’s Immortals with traditional Aztec blessings and Regional Musical-Dance group dedications
  • 100+ Altars created by members of the community to their ancestors and loved ones
  • Hundreds of Aztec Ritual Dancers in full costume
  • Five stages featuring music and theatrical performances
  • An Art Exhibition in the Cathedral Mausoleum curated by Luis Villanueva
  • A costume contest for the best dressed
  • A children’s arts project area
  • Arts and Crafts vendors
  • Food vendors from around Los Angeles
  • Presentation of Altar winners – The judges will select the best altar of each of the following categories: Theme of Event, Traditional Altar, Contemporary Altar – the best of each category wins $3,000

2018 Event Schedule (subject to change):

ALTAR EXHIBITS 12pm – 12am
Winners announced at 8:30pm on Main Stage

Dia de los Muertos

AZTEC DANCES & RITUALS 12pm – 12am
Aztec Circle on the Lake and also throughout the cemetery grounds

Dia de los Muertos

CHILDREN’S ART CENTER 12pm – 6pm
Arts & Crafts • Face Painting
3pm 4pm 5pm Las Marionetas en Desfile
Self Help Graphics- Printmaking Workshop with Traditional Altar Elements

CEREMONIAL PROCESSION
From main entrance to main stage 2:00pm – 2:30pm

COSTUME CONTEST 1pm – 8pm
Get your photo taken at the official Photo Booth
Winner announced on the Main Stage

Dia de los Muertos

CATHEDRAL ART EXHIBIT 12pm – 12am
ARTIST and CURATOR of ART EXHIBITION: LUIS VILLANUEVA
ARTIST of the YEAR: TINO RODRIGUEZ
ARTIST: Emi Motokawa • Lynn Elishaw • Mar Abella • Cecelia Ivy
Pola Lopez • Donna Marie Angers • Keryl Kris Reinke
Susan Z • Erica Friend • Lili Flor

PHOTO EXHIBITIONS 12pm – 12am
‘REVISITING THE DEAD’
Photo Exhibition by Piero F. Giunti
UNAM’s Altar Photo Exhibition
By Thomas Casademunt and Humberto Spindola’s papel picado altar

EL MOSAICO STAGE 3pm – 10:30pm
DANCE & MUSIC
3:00pm Aztec Opening Ceremony – Ce Ollintzin Dance Co.
3:30pm Ballet Folklórico – No te Rajes Jalisco
4:00pm Ballet Folklórico – Raices de Mexico OC
4:30pm Musical Act – Grupo Mestizo
5:00pm Ballet Folklórico – Folklor Cielo Y Tierra
6:00pm Ballet Folklórico – Xhanat
6:30pm  Ballet Folklórico – Grupo Folklórico Princesa Donaji
7:00pm Musical Act – Danny Munoz
7:30pm Ballet Folklórico – BF Aztlan de CSUN
8:00pm Musical Act- El Santo Golpe
9:00pm Ballet Folklórico – Mixteco East LA
9:30pm Ballet Folklórico – BF Eterna Juventud
10:00pm Aztec Opening Ceremony – Ce Ollintzin Dance Co.

LA CATRINA STAGE 3pm – 9:30pm
MUSIC, THEATER & DANCE
3:05pm Laurie Marie – Contemporary Arte in Movement/Dance Company
3:30pm Andrea Zuñiga – Singer
4:10pm Fanny Ara – Flamenco Dance
4:40pm Esteban León – Singer
5:20pm Tribu – Prehispanic Music
6:00pm Fanny Ara – Flamenco Dance
6:30pm Andrea Zuñiga – Singer
7:10pm Laurie Marie – Contemporary Arte in Movement/Dance Company
7:35pm Eli Presser – Puppet Theater
8:00pm Esteban León – Singer
8:40pm Tribu – Prehispanic Music

EL FANDANGO EN SU ESPLENDOR STAGE 4pm – 12am
TRADITIONAL MUSIC FROM SOUTH EAST COAST OF MEXICO
MC’s Adriana Diaz, Silvia Villegas and Carmen Dehesa
4:00pm Los Jaguares del Sereno
4:30pm Aparato
5:00pm Conjunto Xi
6:00pm Alebrijes en Vuelo
7:00pm Carlos Sé
8:00pm Los Coyotitos
9:00pm Conjunto Tenocelomeh
10:00pm Los Hijos de Santo
11:00pm NOSIS – Special guests: Ballet Eterna Juventud

MUERTE Y TRADICIÓN STAGE 12pm – 12am
MAIN STAGE – MUSIC & DANCE PERFORMANCES
12:00pm Metralleta de Oro
2:30pm Opening Ceremony and Aztec Blessing
3:00pm Traditional Dance – Traditional Dance – Diablos de Oaxaca, Paloteros de
Guanajuato, Virgenes de Nayarit, Matachines de San Luis Potosi
4:15pm LACER’s King Drill Team
4:30pm Loli Molina
5:30pm Y La Bamba
6:30pm Hello Seahorse!
7:30pm Mexican Institute of Sound
8:30pm Altar & Costume Winners Announcement
8:50pm Coatlicue: Mother of the Gods – Pasion De Mi Tierra Dance Co.
9:00pm Coatlicue Aztec ceremonial dance – Danza XOCOYOTE de Los Angeles
9:30pm Panteón Rococó
11:00pm Metralleta de Oro