Now that Los Angeles is officially hosting the 2028 Summer Olympics, you may be wondering how is Southern California able to attract such a prestigious competition for a third time? From seamless transportation to vast accommodation options, the destination is no stranger to hosting millions of travelers.
This time of year there’s always a handful of people already looking forward to fall. Pumpkin-flavored everything, football games and weather that doesn’t make you want to sit in front of the AC all day certainly starts to sound appealing. However, just because you may be excited for fall that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the rest of summer, right?
Orange County is not only known for its beautiful parks and beaches, but also for being one of the best places in Southern California for entertainment. If there is a popular band or performer on tour, you can usually find them playing at one of the hottest concert venues in Orange County.
We are Julie and Emily, the Magic Kingdom Mamas. We had such a great time at the D23 Expo this past weekend! So many fun things are coming to Disneyland Resort in the next couple of years, and we are excited to share the latest updates with you!
A summertime throwback celebrating its 127th iteration in 2017, the OC Fair continues to surprise and delight locals and visitors year after year. This July and August, under the theme of “Farm Fresh Fun,” the fair pays homage to Orange County’s history of agriculture with new attractions, entertainment and, of course, food. Here, discover the latest additions to this favorite local tradition that runs Wednesday through Sunday from July 14 - Aug. 13.
History has shaped the creative identity of Laguna Beach, from the arrival of masters like Norman St. Clair and William Wendt in the early 1900s to the counter-culture movement and “Christmas Happening” music festival in 1970. Today, the free-spirited city nestled along Pacific Coast Highway is a renowned artists’ colony known for its three premier summer festivals—Sawdust Art & Craft Festival, Art-A-Fair and Festival of Arts—as well as dozens of galleries, museums and theaters.
“Pics or it didn’t happen”
In the age of Instagram, keeping your social media feed on fleek is a vacation must-do. We are here to take away the guess work by sharing Anaheim’s top 9 spots that are guaranteed to illicit a double tap! Feast your eyes on some of the trendiest, most photogenic corners of the city.
Anaheim locals and visitors are thrilled over the historic communal gathering place in the heart of downtown, complete with refurbished historic structures and new exciting uses. The Packing District, located at the intersection of Anaheim Blvd and Santa Ana Street, includes the restored Packard Building & former Car Showroom, Farmers Park, the repurposed MAKE Building & former orange marmalade factory and the restored Citrus Packing House, Cooks Chapel a community kitchen private event venue, as well as The Backyard an outdoor event area with a fireplace and orange grove. The Packing House features 25+ artisan eateries with live music on the Mezzanine Stage every weekend!