Enjoy seven blocks of entertainment, food, family activities, and vendors when you stroll through Monterey Park’s Lunar New year Festival. The traditional New Year lion and dragon dancers will perform and firecrackers will be lit to mark the occasion.
Hosted by the Congress of Racial Equality of California (CORE-CA), this parade honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. follows a two-mile route down the LA boulevard bearing his name. Spectators will see moving tributes to King from a number of activist groups.
Hundreds of big names in the entertainment industry will be present at this annual awards show, which is now in its 73rd year. Ricky Gervais will host as a number of actors and actresses are awarded for their work in film and TV.
Held at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, this is perhaps the biggest sporting event held annually in the LA area. A tradition since 1902, this matchup always leads to a thrilling competition between two of the nation’s best college football teams.
Held annually since 1890, this New Year’s Day tradition kicks off the festivities for Rose Bowl playoff game. Elaborate and colorful floats, marching bands, and equestrian units march through downtown Pasadena as thousands of spectators look on.
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