(FOX 11) - Here is our list of the best holiday and New Year's Eve events that you don't want to miss around the Los Angeles area.
For the first time ever, Universal Studios Hollywood will count down to the New Year with an all-new EVE party on Sunday, December 31, 2017, with extended theme park hours to 1:00 a.m.
This New Year’s Eve event is included in the price of theme park admission and invites guests to spend the day and night enjoying its many popular rides and attractions with a special park-wide countdown party featuring multiple entertainment hubs with DJs and live music, starting at 9:00 p.m.
Universal Plaza, Simpsons Plaza located adjacent to “The Simpsons Ride” and an area near “Jurassic Park—The Ride” will transform into three uniquely-themed electrifying party hubs that will culminate simultaneously at midnight with a traditional New Year countdown and a spectacular fireworks display.
2) Indulge L.A. Chocolate & Pastry Festival: Indulge for a cause at the Los Angeles Chocolate Festival & Pastry Show
Barcelona Enterprises announces the return of Los Angeles Chocolate Festival and Pastry Show, which will take place on Saturday, January 6, 2018 from 3-6pm at the Omni Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
The event offers guests a luxurious way to sample an array of the world's most decadent desserts. This year, the “Alice In Wonderland,” themed-event will feature James Beard Award Winner and Chef of The Year Francois Payard, Chef Celestino Drago and Chef Juan Pablo Colubri. The Los Angeles “Laker Girls” will be there in support of St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which will benefit from the proceeds of the festival.
Indulge LA is serving up a sinfully sensational selection of the smooth creaminess of traditionally crafted European milk chocolates, the delicate elegance of finely created white chocolates, and the tantalizing seduction of the deepest dark chocolates.
Tickets can be purchased at IndulgeLA.net.
Owners Duane and Kelly Roberts have been decorating the inn for 25 years using their own money so the event is free to the public.
With 4.5 million twinkling lights and more than four hundred animated characters. Visitors can immerse themselves in the holiday spirit.
A charitable deed for a community of all ages to enjoy the holiday splendor of this historic landmark.
The festival runs through January 6th in downtown Riverside.
Ring in 2018 aboard The Queen Mary with the largest fireworks show in Southern California at midnight! Musical performances (think: dueling pianos, Sir Mix-A-Lot, a Selena tribute band) or to dance the night away in a club-like atmosphere.