Begun in 1963 in Agoura, near Malibu, to create “living history” for school children and their families, the Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire has grown into an annual interactive playground and gallery for over 200,000 participants and guests. It has given birth to an industry nationwide and this year is more fun and exciting than ever. Magic, Dance, Jousting, Pub Crawls, costume fun, shows, memories.
The Dare to Dream Christmas Extravaganza will provide our community’s children living with Cerebral Palsy (CP) and their families with holiday cheer in the form of singing, storytelling, gift giving, and winter comfort foods. Honoring Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte and his mother Dyna for their contributions to the CP community. Special guest appearances from Santa Clause, Bob Baker and the Marionettes.
Prepare to enter a realm of electrifying adventures as WCKD Village takes music festival to a whole new level with interactive elements, amazing talent across 4 stages and over-the-top themed areas to give you a Halloween experience like never before! On Saturday, October 27th, from 6 pm to Midnight, six blocks in the East Village will transform into San Diego’s largest Halloween Festival as the WCKD Village comes to life. Grab your crew, transform your look and take a journey into the unknown–where every which way you turn, something WCKD awaits…
The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire has grown into an annual interactive playground and gallery for over 200,000 participants and guests. It has given birth to an industry nationwide and this year is more fun and exciting than ever.
Buster Balloon is an award-winning balloon artist who has performed around the world, entertaining children and families with his side-splitting comedy, mind-boggling magic and amazing balloon creations. Now, he's bringing his balloon twisting Easter EGG'stravaganza! to Fullerton's Maverick Theater. This colorfully cartoony balloon spectacular ends with Buster actually climbing inside a giant 6-foot balloon.
From 1922 to 2017, The L.A. County Fair has been a California institution. The1920s were absolutely roaring at Fairplex – the inaugural Los Angeles County Fair debuted with 100,000 in attendance and C.B. Afflerbaugh was named first paid manager.