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Lemon Festival; County Fair; Watermelon Festival: SoCal Weekend

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Lemon Festival; County Fair; Watermelon Festival: SoCal Weekend

SOUTH CALIFORNI – Patch has hosted fun, interesting, and entertaining events throughout Southern California—from the southernmost part of San Diego, through Orange and Riverside counties, to the beaches and valleys of Los Angeles.

Whether you opt for an activity close to home or a mini day out, see what’s on the schedule this weekend from Saturday 11 June to Sunday 12 June.

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Beethoven and Broadway: Adams Performing Arts Center, Santa Monica

BINGO for Scouting: Glendale Elk’s Club, Glendale

“Bubble Up” Event: Whittwood Town Center, Whittier

California Watermelon Festival: Hansen Dam Football Fields, Lake View Terrace

The Legend of DC Colorado at Hollywood Fringe Festival: The Broadwater Theatre, Los Angeles

“Up Your Snack Game” Tour: Alameda Street, Los Angeles

Abu Omar Halal Grand Opening: Abu Omar Halal, Anaheim

Art Walk: MainPlace Mall, Santa Ana

“Australia’s Got Talent” Winner Joe Robinson: Mission Viejo City Hall, Mission Viejo

Author Brian Klingborg: Virtual via Book Carnival, Oranje

Baby Steps Through Pretend City: Pretend City Children’s Museum, Irvine

Best of SoCal: Porsche Irvine, Irvine

Dinosaurs in the City: Pretend City Children’s Museum, Irvine

Get off! Stand-up comedy: Z Playhouse, Mission Viejo

National Outlet Shopping Day: The Outlets at Orange, Orange

Palos Verdes Street Fair and Music Festival: Norris Center and Deep Valley drives, Rolling Hills Estates

Pop-up Comedy Show: Pacific City, Huntington Beach

SG Makers Market: Kaleidoscope, Mission Viejo

S.M.ART Sundays: Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton

Tamale Sale: St. Isidore Historical Plaza, Los Alamitos

The Coast Vintage Market: Laguna Hills Mall, Laguna Hills

The Italians Live in Concert: Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano

Tour De Recovery: Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, Anaheim

World Oceans Week: Pretend City Children’s Museum, Irvine

Charity Market: Renewal Life Church, Lake Elsinore

Indoor Palm Springs Certified Farmers Market: Palm Springs Pavilion, Palm Springs

Karaoke: Texas Lil’s Mesquite Grill, Temecula

National Outlet Shopping Day: Desert Hills Premium Outlets, Cabazon

Music Festival in the Old Town: Temecula Stampede, Temecula

Palm Springs Rewinds: “Fargo”: Camelot Theatres, Palm Springs

Snow White the Ballet: Temecula Valley High School, Temecula

Working Equitation Workshop: Kathleen Elliott Equestrian, Murrieta

An Evening Recital: First Presbyterian Church, Redlands

Upland Lemon Festival: Downtown Upland

Artist Talk: A Conversation with Alvaro Alvarez: PHES Gallery, Carlsbad

ArtWalk Little Italy Summer Series: Piazza della Famiglia, San Diego

Beach Cleanup: La Jolla Shores, La Jolla

Desperado: Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach

Ebullition Live Music Advantage: Ebullition Brew Works, Vista

Electric Ocean: Seaworld San Diego, San Diego

Farm Tour Adventure: Fort Cross Old Timey Adventures, Santa Ysabel

Garage Sale: San Diego Auto Museum, San Diego

“Half Black, Half Mexican Gay Mormon Boy from Ogden, Utah”: Tenth Avenue Arts Center, San Diego

Heather Janikowski Foundation Monserate Memorial Hike: Monserate Mountain Trailhead, Fallbrook

Kings of Karma: Ebullition Brew Works, Vista

Kishi Bashi, Tall Tall Trees: Music Box, San Diego

MAD Week Volunteer Recovery Event: San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve and Nature Centre, Cardiff

Mike Love and The Full Circle with Dub Inc.: Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach

National Outlet Shopping Day: Carlsbad Premium Outlets, Carlsbad

National Outlet Shopping Day: Las Americas Premium Outlets, San Diego

Palomar Gem Show: California Center for the Arts, Escondido, Escondido

Pride by the Beach: Civic Center Plaza, Oceanside

Ranger Wilson Sound Off 5K: Liberty Station NTC Park, San Diego

San Diego County Fair: Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar

The San Diego Sound Project: Stacy Antonel: Museum of Making Music, Carlsbad

Watch Party for San Diego Legion Playoff Game: Ballast Point Brewing Miramar, San Diego

“Wellness Inspired By You” Yoga and Positive Wellness Retreat: Summers Past Farms, El Cajon

World of Orchids: San Diego Botanic Garden, Encinitas

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What day does the OC Fair open?

The OC Fair in 2022 will be held from July 15 through August. 14, open Wednesday through Sunday.

Is the OC Fair Open 2021? The OC Fair 2021 was held from July 16 to Aug 15. We can’t wait to see you again in 2022!

Is LA County Fair open today?

Open from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.

Is the LA County Fair still going on?

After a two-year hiatus, the Los Angeles County Fair returned to the Pomona Fairplex on Thursday with a celebration of its 100th anniversary. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the show has been canceled during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, so this will be the first full show since 2019.

What time is the LA County Fair Open?

The opening hours are from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. during its run, ending May 30, Memorial Day.

Do you have to wear a mask at the OC Fair?

Do I have to wear a face mask at the fair? No. Masks are only required for unvaccinated guests in OC Fair premises.

Can I bring a wax pen into OC Fair?

This policy covers the use of electronic cigarettes, vaporizers and oil/wax pens. During events produced by OCFEC (including OC Fair, Imaginology) smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes, vaporizers and oil/wax pens are prohibited.

Can I bring water into OC Fair?

Bringing food and drinks Food and drinks from outside are allowed, provided they are kept in factory-sealed containers. No cans, glass, outside alcohol or hard-sided coolers. Water bottles are allowed if factory sealed.

Where is the OC Fair 2021?

Is the 2021 Orange County Fair Cancelled?

After being canceled last year due to the pandemic, the Orange County Fair is back for 2021. This year’s fair will take place from July 16 to August 15, Wednesday through Sunday. Tickets are on sale, but daily capacity is limited this year.

Where is the OC Fair being held?

OC Fair – OC Fair & Event Center – Costa Mesa, CA. Celebrate everything under the sun! The OC Fair in 2022 will take place from July 15 to August. 14 and we are excited to welcome everyone back to “Feel the Sunshine.†Tickets are on sale now!

How much is it to get in the OC?

How much is it to get in the OC?

Tickets: Unfortunately no free entrance this year. And you need to pre-purchase tickets online at ocfair.com. If you go on a weekday, you can save $2. Weekday adult tickets are $12, but $14 Friday through Sunday.

Is the OC Beurs free? Do you offer free or discounted admission days? No. To comply with public health guidelines, this year’s OC Fair will be a limited-capacity event.

Does the OC Fair take cash?

Cash only at Groene and Gele Poort. Credit card payment only possible at Blue Gate. Equipment can be booked in advance, driver’s license is required and will be held as a deposit. Contact Guest Services for rental information.

How much does the OC Fair wristband cost?

Presale Price: $99 Only $99! Please note that riders must be at least 36 inches tall for an unlimited ride wristband.

Does the OC Fair accept cash?

During the annual OC Fair, guests can rent wheelchairs and electric scooters at each entrance gate. Cash only at Groene and Gele Poort. Credit card payment only possible at Blue Gate. Equipment can be booked in advance, driver’s license is required and will be held as a deposit.

Do concert tickets get you into the OC Fair?

Does my concert ticket include Fair entry? Yes, if the execution date is during Fair-time. Tickets to shows at Pacific Amphitheater, Action Sports Arena or The Hangar taking place during the OC Fair in 2022, July 15th through August. 14, which includes same-day access to the OC Fair.

What can you not bring into the OC Fair?

Bring food and drinks No cans, glass, outside alcohol or hard coolers.

Does the OC Fair tickets sell out?

With a limited daily capacity this year, advance ticket purchase is required. Other days are also on track to sell out, so show attendees are encouraged to plan ahead and purchase their admission tickets on ocfair.com or on the 2021 OC Fair mobile app – no service charge.

How long is OC Fair?

How long is OC Fair?

The OC Fair has grown from a small three-day celebration to a 23-day festival that is one of Orange County’s most highly anticipated annual events. Our mission: to create fair community access to farming, entertainment, cultural and educational experiences.

How long is OC County scholarship? The Orange County Fair, abbreviated as the OC Fair, is a 23-day annual fair held each summer at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa, California. The OC Fair of 2022 is from July 15 to August 14.

How long is the 2021 OC Fair?

Today, the OC Fair announced the dates for the highly anticipated annual event – July 16 – August 15. The theme is “Time for Fun” to celebrate the joy of the return of Southern California’s favorite summer festival.

Where is the OC Fair 2021?

How long does the OC Fair last?

The OC Fair in 2022 is from July 15 to Aug. 14, open Wednesday through Sunday.

Can I bring a water bottle to OC Fair?

Bringing food and drinks Food and drinks from outside are allowed, provided they are kept in factory-sealed containers. No cans, glass, outside alcohol or hard-sided coolers. Water bottles are allowed if factory sealed.

Can you bring water to LA County Fair? Factory-sealed water bottles and empty reusable plastic and metal water bottles smaller than 32 oz are allowed at the event.

Can you take backpacks into the OC Fair?

You must not carry any weapons, illegal drugs, cameras (still or video), recorders (audio or video), lawn chairs, strollers, umbrellas, backpacks, fireworks, laser pointers, pets, glass, cans, or anything else inherently or potentially dangerous .

Can I bring a reusable water bottle to the OC Fair?

Q: Can I bring food? A: No. Food or drink is not allowed and cannot be purchased on site. Bottled water or water in closed containers is allowed.

What can you not bring into the OC Fair?

Bring food and drinks No cans, glass, outside alcohol or hard coolers.

Can I bring sunscreen to the OC Fair?

OC Fair Tips Food can be expensive, eat before you go. Please bring sunglasses, sunscreen and snacks. Water bottles are allowed as long as they are factory sealed.

Can I bring water into OC Fair?

A: Due to limited staffing and events taking place at the OC Fair & Event Center on weekends, and to ensure guest safety, we are currently unable to open on weekends. Q: Can I bring food? A: No. Food or drink is not allowed and cannot be purchased on site.

What can you not bring into the OC Fair?

Bring food and drinks No cans, glass, outside alcohol or hard coolers.

Can I bring a wax pen into OC Fair?

This policy covers the use of electronic cigarettes, vaporizers and oil/wax pens. During events produced by OCFEC (including OC Fair, Imaginology) smoking and the use of electronic cigarettes, vaporizers and oil/wax pens are prohibited.

Does the OC Fair have metal detectors?

For the first time, the OC Fair uses metal detectors to screen every guest, employee and salesperson. “I didn’t see them until I walked through it,’ said Linares, who has been going to the fair for years.

What can you not bring into the OC Fair?

Bring food and drinks No cans, glass, outside alcohol or hard coolers.

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