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|Festivals in Los Angeles|
Address: Normandie Ave and Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
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We are Proud to present the annual Los Angeles Culture Festival and Hollywood Carnival Parade - a world culture festival - expressing the colors of culture and freedom of the world as one people. This is a celebration of our cultures and traditions, featuring colorful costumes, dances, food, arts & crafts and music from around the world.
On Saturday, June 23, 2018, Los Angeles' Hollywood Boulevard will miraculously transform into a Grand Carnival & Street Extravaganza with parade goers and masqueraders with fantasy costumes, queens, dressed in vibrant, breathtaking costumes dancing to pulsating rhythms of Calypso, Soca, Samba, Reggae, Zouke, Latin, Punta, Meringue, Mariachi, Reggaeton, Blues, Jazz, Steel-pan, Indian, Asian, African, Middle Eastern and other worldly music..
The celebration will commence with the Grand Marshal and Parade Queen cutting the ribbon for the Parade of the Bands, on the world-famous Hollywood Blvd and Normandie Ave. The Parade will continue for three (3) miles ending on N. Highland Ave., the main entrance to the Carnival Culture Village. Our Parade and culture village will feature several well-known celebrities from various genres, including movie stars and music icons.
We highly anticipate that like previous years this cultural fusion will attract thousands of people. This dynamic, family-friendly programming is a great 10-hour showcase of the world cultures in the world-famous Hollywood.
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THE OINKSTER - SLOW FAST FOOD
2005 Colorado Blvd., Eagle Rock, Ca 323-255-Oink - I Happened, Quite Accidentally, Onto This Slow Fast Food Joint When I Was Exploring Some Of The Small Galleries In The Eagle Rock Area During The Holidays. It Turns Out They Cure Their Own Pastrami ....
MUSEUM FREE DAYS
- - Many Museums Offer Free Admission On Certain Days Of The Week Or Month - Most Are On Thursdays. Here Is A List And Links To Detailed Information. See The Museum Page For A List Of All Museums. Always ....
HERITAGE SQUARE MUSEUM
3800 Homer Street, Los Angeles, California 90031-1530 (323) 225-2700 - A Living History Museum Reflecting The Settlement And Development Of Southern California From The Civil War To The Early 20Th Century, Heritage Square Museum Offers Visitors A Look Into The Everyday ....
LOS ANGELES AREA FARMERS MARKETS
- Dates, Times And Locations For Weekly Farmers Markets In The Los Angeles Area:
RED LINE METRO SUBWAY
Runs From Union Station (Downtown L.A.) To North Hollywood (San Fernando Valley) - - From The Small Stage To The Small Screen, From Twenties Art Deco To Fifties Suburbs, From Making Films To Watching Them - The Subway Takes In A Big Slice Of Los Angeles. You Can Travel Between North ....
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