December in Los Angeles

This December, go out and explore all of the swanky, playful, tasty, adventurous events LA has to offer. Dust off those cute chunky sweaters you’ve been storing under your bed, the scarfs you’ve been dying to wear, and even your winter jackets because ladies and gentlemen of Los Angeles, we have snow!



Through January 6, 2020

In the heart of downtown LA, Pershing Square outdoor ice skating rink is officially open and hand-holding, kids laughing, and perhaps some ice disco dancing are encouraged.

Making Mammy: A Caricature of Black Womanhood, 1840–1940

Through March 1, 2020

Curated by Tyree Boyd-Pates, Taylor Bythewood-Porter, and Brenda Stevenson this exhibition explores the embellishments of southern plantation hierarchies and the portrayal of black womanhood. Making Mammyexposes the misrepresentation of African American women depicted in film and literature from 1840 to 1940.

California Africa American Museum |

Rolling Loud Festival
December 14–15

Banc of California Stadium Grounds

Two-Day Pass $250 |

Frozen the Musical
December 4February 2

Hollywood Pantages Theatre

Tickets $69–$295 |

Gabriel Iglesias

December 27

Staples Center

Tickets $50–$80 |


St. Alban’s Road| San Marino

San Marino is known for having the oldest, tallest pine trees in LA. For the holidays, they are strung with lights.

Descanso Gardens | La Cañada Flintridge

The Enchanted Forest of Light is back again. Stroll through the luminous gardens through January. Lights go on at sunset.

Tickets $30 |

Candy Cane Lane | Woodland Hills

The entire neighborhood joins in for impressive light displays at this local holiday decoration hotspot.

Mission Inn Hotel & Spa| Riverside

Celebrating the holidays, the 27thannual Festival of Lights kicked off on November 29. Highlights are fireworks, carolers, special Santa Claus appearances, horse-drawn carriage rides, freshly fallen snow, gourmet cupcakes, and several brightly decorated Christmas trees. There will also be a New Year’s celebration.

Special Room packages are available from $290 to $1,430 |


Cleopatra’s New Year’s Eve Ball
The Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood

Tickets $60$2,000 |

Yamashiro Nye 2020

Tickets $109 |

 Roarin’ 2020 New Year’s Party

The event takes place in a private mansion that once belonged to Frank Sinatra in Woodland Hills.

Tickets $200$500 |


Dec 08 2019 - Jan 01 2020


8:00 am - 6:00 pm


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