7 Don’t-Miss Events for December

  • Enjoy A Feliz Hanukkah

    The Skirball’s Hanukkah Festival: LA/LA will explore the traditions of L.A.’s Jewish and Latin American communities through a fun day filled with music, stories, dance, art and food. (Go LA/LA Dec. 10)

  • Meet The Reindeer

    Before Santa needs them on Christmas, you can visit some real reindeer at the L.A. Zoo’s Reindeer Romp, which includes holiday activities for kids. (Romp along Dec. 1)

  • Take A Look At LUZIA

    Combining the troupe’s signature stunning acrobatics and staging with new twists and technology, Cirque du Soliel’s LUZIA takes audiences on a journey to an imaginary Mexico that must be seen to be believed. (Take a trip Dec. 8)

  • Experience A Whole New CHILL

    CHILL has been re-invented to salute cultures from around the globe with live performances, fireworks, international cuisine, nightly Christmas Tree lightings, tubing and big-wheel ice bikes. (Chill out Dec. 13)

  • Celebrate The Holidays With Great Local Talent

    A Christmas Eve tradition for more than 50 years, the L.A. County Holiday Celebration presents free performances in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion that showcase some of Southern California’s best young talent. (Get festive Dec. 24)

  • “Follow Your Heart” To Disney On Ice

    Characters from “Finding Dory” and “Inside Out” lace up their skates along with Disney princesses and your favorites from “Frozen” and “Toy Story” in this uplifting ice show. (Follow along Dec. 14)

  • Get Crazy With Kubinek

    In his performance, Tomás Kubínek will demonstrate why he is called a comic mastermind and virtuoso vaudevillian, as well as “certified lunatic” and “master of the impossible.” (Check him out Dec. 1)

So many ways to celebrate the season this month – from a very L.A. Hanukkah to CHILL ice shows and ice bikes, innovative performances from Kubinek and Cirque, our county’s free annual show and reindeer at the zoo.

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