Halloween in LA
If you want to attend one of the best events in LA, this weekend’s Dia de los Muertos in the Hollywood Forever Cometary is beyond epic. In it’s 19th year, the vibe is amazing and what better time to honor the Aztec goddess who gave birth to the moon, stars, and sun!
This is for all lovers of Tim Burton… LA’s reigning Pumpkin King, Danny Elfman, will be at the Hollywood Bowl on Friday and Saturday performing his role of Jack Skellington, singing live for a very special 25th anniversary screening of “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” The show includes backing from a full orchestra and choir, as well as scenery projected onto the Bowl and a costume contest! It sold out the last time it was offered in 2016, so book ASAP: https://www.hollywoodbowl.com/events/performances/528/2018-10-27/danny-elfman-halloween-the-nightmare-before-christmas
If you want to visit LA’s only haunted Pirate Ship experience, head to the Marina this weekend for Burton Chase Park’s annual two day free event, 11am-9pm. Graveyard treasure hunts, pumpkin decorating, and a blackout maze of terror are some of the highlights, along with live DJ’s and food trucks. Tours of the two Pirate Ships will be all day, but they get much scarier at night with the Zombie Pirates (for ages 13 and up)! You’ll need to sign a liability form, click here to download and bring with you: http://beaches.lacounty.gov/halloween/
and for more info on the daily events, visit: https://www.visitmarinadelrey.com/events/halloween-marina-spooktacular
Nothing says LA Halloween like a haunted hayride through Griffith Park…this is their 10th year anniversary, so get ready for an epic display of all things creepy and frightful: http://losangeleshauntedhayride.com/
Oh, and if you have been too busy to make or prepare a costume for the festivities, Party City on Sepulveda never fails! 1833 La Cienega Blvd.