LA has one of the hottest night club scenes in the entire country and you owe it to yourself to get out, explore, and have a little fun. You and friends can easily (and affordably) rent a party bus in Los Angeles and hit up famous clubs like the Viper Room, Create Nightclub, and Mood or laid back bars like The Association, the Chateau Marmont Bar, and High overlooking historic Venice Beach.
If an afternoon of sampling some of the best craft beer, wines, and signature cocktails that Southern California has to offer sounds just like what the doctor ordered, mark Saturday November 25th on your calendar. Craft Beer Fest Plus is coming back to the Del Mar Racetrack, bringing all the best that local breweries, wineries, and mixologists have to offer.
For 33 years the Breeders’ Cup has had horse racing fans on their feet. From the epic three-way finish at the end of the very first Classic in 1984 to last year’s underdog (Juddmonte Farms’ Arrogate) win over favorite California Chrome, The Breeders’ Cup has long been one of the most exciting racing series in equestrian sport. Now, for the very first time, The Breeders’ Cup will come home to the Del Mar Racetrack.
Reggae Fest at Del Mar Racetrack has becomes something of a tradition, with previous iterations featuring huge names like Ziggy Marley. What better place to surrender to the melodic vibes of reggae than under the Southern California sun while the ocean breeze blows over the crowd and transports everyone to the Caribbean?
The Roots are playing a one-night-only engagement at The Del Mar Racetrack’s Seaside Concert Area Saturday November 11th. The band takes the stage after the end of the last race at the track and set’s the surf on fire with some of the most innovative and thought-provoking rap and hip-hop you’ll ever hear. And the best part is that your admission to The Roots concert at Del Mar Racetrack is included with your admission to the track.
This season promises to be a great one for the LA Rams with a win over the Colts to kick things off. Jared Goff passed for a career record high of 306 yards and a touchdown—not bad for his first years as a starter. And did you see Lamarcus Joyner tear out that 29-yard interception return?
Our team has one more home series left and if you snag your tickets quickly, you can slide down to Anaheim and get in on the action. (PS: This is a great opportunity to put baseball to bed before football comes out of hibernation and takes up all of your time!)
After giving long-time fans a little bit of a heart attack by playing around with an “epic collapse” earlier this season, it appears as if all the Dodgers have their heads back in the game and want to finish strong. Show them you’re team spirit by wearing the blue and white in the stands this September and be a part of history.