Los Angeles/Orange County: Festivals
Los Angeles Multi Arts Festivals: Multi Arts Festivals Around Los Angeles
Below are our Los Angeles Festivals recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, festival history and other points of interest in Los Angeles Art.
Hollywood Fringe Festival Information
Venues: The festival takes place in Central Hollywood from Franklin Avenue to Gower Street and Melrose Avenue to LaBrea Avenue
Public Transportation: Varies by venue
Handicapped Accessibility: Depends on venue
Performances/Programs: Multiple shows and events including theatre, comedy, variety, music, circus, dance, exhibitions, performance art, and family programming. Performance schedule varies
Ticket Prices: Must purchase a Fringe button for $5. Ticket prices vary – most are Free–$15.
(October) Founded in 1934, the Los Angeles Bach Festival is the city’s oldest cultural festival. Each October, concerts feature the organ, orchestral, and choral works of Bach, arguably the most prolific composer in history. Events include a Junior Bach festival with performances by young student musicians, and a Finale concert showcasing a Bach masterwork. The festival is led by Artistic Director Dr. Jonathan Talberg and Stewart W. Foster, First Congregational …more…
(May) One of Los Angeles’ biggest summer events, UCLA JazzReggae Fest is a Memorial Day Weekend mainstay in LA and is one of the most progressive festivals of its kind in the country. Produced by (unpaid) undergraduate UCLA students, the festival brings some of the finest reggae and jazz musicians in the world to the campus’ intramural fields and attracts a wildly diverse crowd of music lovers.
The festival is one …more…