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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Halloween Update: We Have Halloween This Weekend

KCRW's Masquerade Ball
Saturday, October 28, 9:00 PM

The MacArthur
607 S. Park View Street
Los Angeles, CA 90057
At KCRW's Masquerade Ball, you'll get to wander the spooky ballrooms of the decadent MacArthur where you’ll find the hottest dance bands, DJs, performance artists, high-flying luchadores and other-worldly creatures.

Old Pasadena Halloween Celebration

Saturday October 28 through October 31
Old Pasadena 

Bring the whole family to Old Pasadena for a frightfully fun-filled Halloween celebration! The festivities begin on Saturday, October 28 with One Colorado’s Pumpkin Extravaganza and The Dog Bakery’s Growl-o-ween event and ends with all treats and no tricks on Tuesday, October 31, when Old Pasadena celebrates Halloween night with store-to store trick or treating and lots of free surprises along Colorado Boulevard and in the One Colorado Courtyard!

Sat, Oct 28, 2017, 5:00 PM
Little Tokyo
1336 Angelina St, Los Angeles, California 90012
$15 for bar crawl

The month-long Haunted Little Tokyo celebration will culminate with a GIANT BLOCK PARTY on Saturday, October 28th! We're shutting down 2nd Street (between San Pedro Street & Central Avenue) for a FREE, community-wide Halloween party, featuring:
  • Live Performances & DJs
  • Costume Contests (with prizes) & Parade
  • Food Trucks
  • Arts & Crafts workshops
  • Haunted Photobooth
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Film Screenings (My Neighbor Totoro, Ju-on)


Sip on ghoulish libations at participating Haunted Little Tokyo Bars on the evening of October 28th ONLY–drink and cocktail specials all night long!

October 28, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Grand Park's Performance Lawn (between Grand and Hill)
200 N Grand Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012

The night of offering evokes memories of the past and passed, while Angelenos connect with traditions across borders and states. Noche de Ofrenda opens the week-long exhibition of Altars + Art in Grand Park.
Noche de Ofrenda is produced in partnership with Self Help Graphics & Art, and will feature traditional dance and prayer led by the local indigenous community, as well as Los Angeles-based poets and musicians. The community altar will be collaboratively curated by Mujeres de Maiz and Ni Santas,  where offerings can be placed by all.

Long Beach Zombie Walk
Saturday, October 28 at 2 PM – 10 PM
Shoreline Village
401-435 Shoreline Village Drive, Long Beach, California 90802

Calling all rotting, brain-eating, flesh-dripping citizens roaming the earth in varying states of decay! Join Shoreline Village on Saturday, October 28 for an all-day celebration of all things Undead from 2pm to 10pm, including vendors, movies, music, and of course, a ghoulish walk/shuffle down Rainbow Harbor – all for FREE!
We’re teaming up with Lola’s Mexican CuisineLong Beach Stuff, The Frida Cinema, YMCA of Greater Long Beach, the Red Cross, and original Long Beach Zombie Walk creators Long Beach Cinematheque to bring you a ghastly day to remember, kicking off with live music at 2pm, outdoor movies when the sun goes down, and at 8pm, a Zombie Walk down Rainbow Harbor!

Oct 29, Oct 31
Multiple Theaters

Fans will not want to miss Little Shop of Horrors: The Director’s Cut, which features the rarely-seen original ending and an exclusive introduction from Frank Oz.