Lisa Foxx

Lisa Foxx

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Here's What Happening Around SoCal This Weekend!


LA Kings vs. Golden Knights Thurs at Staples Center, Saturday Vs the Minnesota Wild at 7:30 at Staples Center...hear all the LA Kings games on the LA Kings network for free on the iHeart Radio App...

The Ducks beat the Jets in their home opener Thursday, they'll play the Wild Friday at 7pm at the Honda Center

College Football:

UCLA AT Washington Saturday at 5:30...hear it on AM 570 LA Sports

USC will play Notre Dame NEXT Sat 10/23 there, at 430

Full sched here:


Chargers AT the Ravens Sunday at 10am...hear it on ALT 987

Rams AT the NY Giants Sunday at 10am

Full sched here:


Machine Gun Kelly SOLD OUT Friday night at The Greek

The 'STONES will rock SoFi this Sunday night

The Eagles will rock The Forum Fri/Sat & Tues and will be backed by a 46-piece orchestra and a 22-person choir!


Halloween Kills—picks up immediately where2018'sHalloweenleft off, dropping us right in the middle of a massacre in progress. Halloween Kills is now open in theaters and streams on Peacock starting October 15.

All Weekend

Halloween festivities are underway at all our fav local theme parks...Knotts Scary Farm, Fright Fest at Six Flags, Halloweentime at Disney, Halloween Horror Nights at Universal...and...

Icons of Darkness-> Opening at Hollywood and Highland on Sep. 27, the new Icons of Darkness exhibit promises hundreds of rare props, costumes, effects and other film-used items, all pulled from privately-owned collections of authentic sci-fi, fantasy, and horror film memorabilia. Think T-Rex heads from Jurassic Park, original helmets from Star Wars, a screen-used Xenomorph creature costume from Aliens, or wands used in the Harry Potter series… you get the idea. Adult tickets are $30. Get more info here.

Creep LA-> JFI Productions’ Creep LA has been a mainstay of local immersive horror shows since debuting in 2015, and this year’s edition promises a more intimate experience. Starting Sep. 30, Creep takes over The Ghost Light venue inside the Three Clubs bar in Hollywood, only allowing six guests in per performance, according to Scare Zone. Shows runs during timed blocks on select dates from through Oct. 31. Tickets are $95 per performance, plus service fees. More info here.

Boo at the Zoo-> The Los Angeles Zoo goes wild this October with the return of Boo at the L.A. Zoo, featuring Halloween decor, a spooky stroll with photo ops, an extinct-animal graveyard, and other weird and wacky animal facts and educational opportunities. Weekends include special animal feedings, merry-not-scary entertainment, take-home crafts, and, during the last two weekends in October, trick-or-treat candy stations scattered throughout the Zoo grounds. Runs Oct. 1-31. All activities are included with Zoo admission, which is $22 for adults, and $17 for children 2-12. Tickets are More info here.

Haunt ‘O Ween LA-> Building on last year’s drive-through experience, this year’s Haunt ‘O’ Ween LA at the Westfield Topanga expands into a spooky fun playground of family friendly in-person attractions, including a pumpkin patch, spooky graveyard, trick-or-treating area, food trucks, wine tasting, and more. Runs Oct. 1-31. Tickets are $30 per person on weekdays and $35 on weekends. More info here.

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride-> After adapting to a drive-thru version last year, the Haunted Hayride is back in Griffith Park for 2021 with in-person activities based around a fictional town named Midnight Falls, circa 1985. In addition to the signature hayride, highlights for this year’s event include a Trick or Treat Maze, the Midnight Mortuary Tour, and the Dead End Diner. Kicks off this Friday, Sep. 24 and runs on select nights through Oct. 31. General Admission tickets are $39.99 (access to all attractions) and if you want to do the hayride only it’ll run you $29.99. Get more info here.

Nights of the Jack -> Set at the King Gillette Ranch in Calabasas, Nights of the Jack creates an interactive walking trail more than a half mile in length, lined with thousands of hand-carved, illuminated pumpkins and pumpkin inspired installations. Runs daily from Oct. 1–31. Weekday general admission is $34.99 per person, and weekends run $39.99. More info here

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal-> Universal Studios Hollywood brings their annual terror attraction back starting on Sep 9. This year’s attraction will include the return of the “Terror Tram,” featuring “The Ultimate Purge,” along with a maze based on “Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers.” GA tickets range between $69-$99, depending on the date of attendance. More info here.

Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch -> Culver City’s favorite pumpkin village offers plenty of family fun, including photo ops in front of giant pumpkin installations, a straw maze, a super slide, giant rocking horses, and pumpkin decorating sessions. Dogs are even welcome too, on select days of the week. Runs Oct. 7-31. Tickets range from $5-20, depending on date of attendance. More info here.

Other events around town...

Craftober Fest Saturday, at The Rose Bowl...this all-ages Oktoberfest-inspired celebration hosted on the field at the Rose Bowl will feature over 20 Southern California craft breweries, as well as traditional Bavarian foods like pretzels and bratwurst. Spend an afternoon enjoying unlimited pours of craft beer and kombucha from the five-ounce tasting glass included with each ticket.

San Gabriel Dumpling & Beer Fest–> The 7th annual San Gabriel Dumpling & Beer Festival returns to the San Gabriel Missions Playhouse this Friday, Oct. 15. Expect dumpling food booths, food trucks, dessert booths, a craft beer garden, and plenty of live entertainment. Runs 6 to 10 p.m. Admission is free, with bites for purchase onsite. There are also unlimited beer sample wrist bands are on sale online for $35. More info here.

OC Japan Fair -> Head to the OC Fair and Event Center this Friday through Sunday for one of the largest Japanese cultural festivals in Southern California. OC Japan Fair offers three days (Oct. 15-17) of cultural activities and special programming, including a tuna cutting show (Saturday and Sunday), sake tasting, live musical and dance performances, candy sculpting, calligraphy, and more. General admission is $10.

Vegan Octoberfest in Westlake, Saturday...You could spend your Oktoberfest eating giant brats… or you could opt for something a little, well, kinder. Vegan Oktoberfest celebrates the German festival with vegan breweries and food vendors, replacing meat-laden food trucks with a to-be-announced lineup of eateries (past participants include Donut Friend and Angel City), to be chugged down while oompah bands play in the background. A stein holding contest will test your upper body strength, though after a few beers, you might find it hard to hold anything. More info here!

Main Street in Santa Monica CLOSED TO CARS, OPEN TO PEOPLE...

For four weekends this year, a block and a half of Santa Monica’s most charming restaurant district will be shut down to car traffic. “Sharing an Open Main Street” wraps up with its final pedestrian-only weekend on October 16 and 17. You’ll find the pedestrian plaza along Main Street, between Hill and Kinney Streets, near spots like Pasjoli, Ashland Hill and Library Alehouse. More info here!:

The Filipino Fest, the FAHM Fest Sat/Sun at the Port of LA.. a celebration of Filipino culture docks itself at the Port of L.A. for two days of music, food, art and fashion. On October 16 and 17, expect a Ferris wheel and carnival games; music from Adelaine Morin, Tenelle and Jeremy Passion, Melissa Polinar & Gabe Bondoc; and food districts broken down into Filipinotown, Koreatown and Chinatown. You’ll find it at Outer Harbor Berth 46 (3011 Miner St), just across the water from Cabrillo Beach.

Join Kacey Montoya & our friends from KTLA for the Inaugural Fix’n Fidos Golf Tournament

Sunday, October 17, 2021 in the city of Industry.

KTLA’s Kacey Montoya created nonprofit Fix’n Fidos to help put a dent in the pet population in SoCal, and save lives, by paying for spay & neuter surgeries for low-income pet owners. The 501(c)(3) also assists with unexpected vet bills, and during the pandemic they started buying pet food for pet owners out of work….anything to help keep beloved pets in their homes and not in a shelter. From March 2020 to March 2021, they also bought pet food for the pets of homebound seniors of St. Vincent Meals on Wheels. Details and ticket info:

Get more here including TONS of 'movies in the park' & 'movies on the roof' type events here...

Thank you Timeout & welikela for help with this blog 🤗🤗

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