4th February 2018: 90th Academy Awards
The Academy Awards, often known as the Oscars, is the biggest show in town and attracts everyone who is anyone in the world of movies. Watch as winners gloat and losers produce startling performances, feigning genuine happiness for their rivals.
13th – 22nd April 2018: Coachella
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (also known as Coachella or the Coachella Festival) is an annual music and arts festival held in the Colorado Desert. Since 1999, this event reunites artists from different genres like rock, indie, hip hop and electronic dance music.
5th May 2018: Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of all things Mexican, on the date that Mexico defeated France in the Battle of Puebla. The largest Cinco de Mayo celebration in the world is Fiesta Broadway in Los Angeles.
23rd July – 3st July 2018: US Open of Surfing
A week-long event that includes surfing, skateboarding, BMX and live music, the US Open of Surfing is one of the major events in the extreme sports calendar.
11th August - 19th August 2018: Nisei Week
Little Tokyo’s annual celebration of all things Japanese and Japanese-American. The event culminates with a grand parade.
31st August - 23th September 2018: LA County Fair
One of the USA’s largest county fairs, this is a real taste of Americana, with rides, music and pageants.
4th October – 7th October 2018: LA Korean Festival
The largest annual celebration of Korean culture in the United States consists of hundreds of booths, food, entertainment and music in Koreatown.
22nd – 23rd November 2018: Black Friday
The day after Thanksgiving almost all the stores offer big sales. In recent years, Black Friday begins Thursday afternoon and goes on throughout the night.