This weekend is sure to be an eventful one and with the weather set to be more accommodating, be sure to get out there and check out some of the different events going on this weekend.
The Food Event Presented by Los Angeles Magazine: October 24 – Saddle Rock Ranch, 31727 Mullholland Highway., Malibu
This Sunday Los Angeles Magazine will host its 5th annual culinary extravaganza and will also be celebrating the magazines 50th anniversary. The day-long event features world renowned chefs and culinary experts from around the world, offering up demonstrations and providing guests with some of their best dishes. There will also be live entertainment, a Top Chef Masters panel and tours of Malibu Family Wines, the site for the event. Tickets are currently going for $95, and admission to the event gets you unlimited food and drinks as well as access to all the festivities.
Monster Massive: October 23 – LA Sports Arena Grounds& Exposition Park – Downtown
This Saturday night marks the return of America’s largest Halloween Dance Music Festival. The world famous electronic music spectacular will provide attendees with a night of music and mayhem as the event features 5 unique stages all of which will play host to a number of dynamic musical acts.
Long Beach Oktoberfest: October 22-24 – El Dorado Park, Long Beach
While most Oktoberfest celebrations including the real Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany have either come to an end or are currently winding down, the Long Beach Oktoberfest is just kicking off its their own Bavarian Bash. The festival will take place at El Dorado Park and will feature a weekend filled with German food and fare, authentic German bands, free carnival rides, and more beer than you can shake a stick at.
Los Angeles Tour de Fat: October 23 – Los Angeles Historical Park., Downtown
New Belgium Brewing Company, the people who brought you Fat Tire, will bring their traveling celebration of the bicycle to LA this Saturday. The all-day event will be kicked off by a morning bicycle parade that will travel through the downtown area. Participants are not just encouraged but expected to dress up in some sort of costum for the festivities. After the parade participants will be treated to a celebration at featuring live entertainment, food, New Belgium beer, and all sorts of other festivities. The event is free to participate and beer and merchandise proceeds will go to help raise funds for local cycling non-profits.