Festivals in Oak Park


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  • Los Angeles Boat Show
    Since 1907, innovative vehicle designs and cutting-edge cars have been converging on the LA Auto Show to keep auto enthusiasts fully fueled with automotive zeal. This year, the show will be stocked with nearly 1,000 new cars, including debuts from around the world, futuristic concept carriages, and alternatively fueled editions. Open from November 19?28 (including Thanksgiving weekend), the auto show will feature dozens of exhibitors and more than 50 premieres, such as the Range Rover Evoque and the Saab 9?4X.
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    1201 South Figueroa Street
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Electric Daisy Carnival
    Electric Daisy Carnival is a music festival that is held in cities all across the U.S. and Puerto Rico each year. The event is produced by Insomniac Events and originated in the southern California area. It is the brainchild of founder, Pasqualle Rotella. Each year, specific cities are chosen to host the musical events and various popular groups are signed as entertainment. Philip Blaine is the executive producer and has 24 years of experience in the festival and music industry. In 2013, Electric Daisy Carnival included a European show in London. That same year, an announcement was made that a festival would be held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway that would become the largest music and dance festival ever held. The 3-day event attracted over 300,000 music lovers. The Los Angeles office is located at 3911 S. Figueroa Street.
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    3911 S Figueroa St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Los Angeles Flamenco Festival
    New Wave LA is a multi-date, multi-venue event that encompasses four original works. Pick up a ticket to each of the performances to experience the whole kit and caboodle. The tickets will be in the D-level seating area of each venue and will be issued in e-ticket fashion prior to the show. The Los Angeles Ballet is a group of two dozen gazelle-esque dancers who fling themselves across genres and around the stage like marionettes controlled by heartstrings. See this renowned company move to the body music of the latest, greatest, and most unexpected choreography from LA's own Josie Walsh, plus Sonya Tayeh, Travis Wall, and Mandy Moore of So You Think You Can Dance fame.
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    1935 Manhattan Beach Boulevard
    Redondo Beach, CA US
  • Simply Wine Festival
    Established: 2013 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking garage Reservations/Appointments: Required Pro Tip: Enjoy an evening of great wine, food, beer, and musical entertainment at the Simply Wine Festival Good for Kids: No Walk-ins Welcome: Yes Q&A with Martha Peretz, President What sets your business apart from your competition? We are a Festival in Los Angeles that is going to have Tesla Motors appearing at our event with a show-car and test drives. Some of the 30 wineries in attendance will be high-scoring, including Achaval-Ferrer, LeSaffre Wines, Gauchezco. Premium spirits brands, such as Del Maguey Single Village Mezcal, and Tallarico Vodka will also pour. VIP admission includes an engraved wine glass, private seating, gift bag, tasting of higher-end libations, plus a test-drive of a new Tesla, and more. What was the inspiration for starting this business? To help the Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties fulfill the dream of at least one child. What is the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer? "What an impressive lineup of wineries!"
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    2 Dole Dr.
    Westlake Village, CA US
  • Calabasas Malibu Wine & Food Festival
    Boots, brews, and barbecues unite at the first annual Smoke & Saddles Festival. Guests don their rodeo finest to sample eclectic dishes from eateries including the Blue Table, The Latigo Kid, and Hugo's Restaurante, and partake of sips from the likes of Dirty Tequila and The Lab Brewing Company. Live music ensures a night of rootin', tootin', and perfectly timed boot-scootin'. And the party is for a good cause—proceeds benefit Free Arts for Abused Children.
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    28914 Roadside Drive
    Agoura Hills, CA US
  • Pierce Farm Center
    There are five seasons at Pierce College Farm Center: spring, summer, fall, winter, and strawberry. From March through November, the farm grows and harvests a multitude of crops—corn, tomatoes, avocados, cucumbers, and more—but Albion strawberries reign supreme. Each year, families flock to the farm to stock up on the juicy berries and other home-grown edibles, and also to take part in a multitude of family-friendly activities. Kids can tour the grounds on a tractor-drawn wagon, and also interact with the animals that live on the farm, learning important lessons about feeding, such as what really happens when you give a mouse a cookie. To enlighten young minds, the farm also has a real gem mine on site where kids can collect minerals to mix with compost, which will be used to nourish a tomato plant that they may bring home with them. These fun, family-focused activities and more take place at the farm throughout the year, along with special holiday events, including a Halloween Harvest festival.
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    20800 Victory Blvd.
    Woodland Hills, CA US

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