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The Holidays in LA

The holidays are upon us!  Below we’ve highlighted some of our favorite things to do around LA to get into the holiday mood!

Open seasonally and now celebrating its 19th anniversary, Holiday Ice Rink® Pershing Square presented by Bai is Los Angeles’ largest outdoor rink. Welcoming more than 54,000 skaters and 450,000 spectators annually, the rink is a breath of holiday magic right in the heart of DTLA.

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Includes over 10,000 square feet of synthetic PowderPak snow tubing across 9 ACRES of winter wonderland. Enjoy food trucks, drinks, giant snowmen, and tubing lanes of varying lengths and thrill levels to satisfy every age group. In the Snowman Forest, hundreds of Snowmen join together every hour for a Light Show.

Tickets: http://www.snowlosangeles.com/tickets

The Nutcracker

An L.A. tradition, The Nutcracker is the perfect holiday event for children, family and friends to celebrate the season. Set on Christmas Eve in L.A. in 1912, Clara dreams of faraway lands, snow-covered landscapes and a most memorable Mouse King. Special appearances by the cast of characters and Santa Claus at each performance.

Original Choreography by Thordal Christensen & Colleen Neary
Original Sets Designed by Catherine Kanner
Costumes Designed by Mikael Melbye
Music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky

For ticket and information, CLICK HERE.

Chill at the Queen Mary

Light up the holidays this winter at the Queen Mary’s CHILL as the Queen  Mary presents Alice in Winterland, Ice Tubing on the Glacier Glide, Ice Skating, Live Entertainment , North Pole Village, Prancer’s Paintball, Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Claus Cottage and more!

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