October is all about Halloween. Happening in Los Angeles: October 2019 includes This October Discover (my favorite new beauty product and rooftop bar), Happening in Los Angeles This Month (fun pop ups including creepy ones happening this month) and Happening in Los Angeles This Halloween (a curated list of Halloween events).
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This October Discover
This October discover Seriously FAB’s Over Makeup sunscreen. It is the first and only Zinc-based Over Makeup sunscreen. It has 3-in-1 functionality: 1) Makeup setting spray for an airbrushed look, 2) Sunscreen mist to reapply on-the-go, and 3) Anti-aging serum that brightens, hydrates and calms the skin. The formula has NO yucky chemicals; it’s vegan and natural plus cruelty-free. Exactly how we like our beauty products. Use discount code “LIZ10” to get 10% off any of the full sized bottles. Purchase here.
Flora Rooftop at AC Hotel South Bay
I attended the official opening of Flora, the rooftop restaurant and bar at the newly opened AC Hotel Los Angeles South Bay, on September 20th. Flora will soon be the hot spot in the South Bay’s growing culinary scene> It serves garden-inspired fare (there’s a tiny spice garden on the rooftop) and creative cocktails. The rooftop is your new go-to after-work or after-airport happy hour while you watch the traffic die down on the 405. Why get stuck in traffic when you can enjoy cocktails?
Happening in Los Angeles This Month
Museum of Monsters (M.o.M) is a whimsical pop up, interactive exhibit. You get to take selfies with monsters and make friends with fluffy imaginary creatures.Museum of Monsters offers all the trappings of a selfie museum with a setting that gives you all the storybook feels with 10 unique rooms. Family friendly. Tickets: $24 and can be purchase here. Pop up until 11/18.
The Scenario Studio creates elaborate interactive photo sets for celebrities. It’s located inside of the Grand Central Market. For the first time ever, it is open to the public on September 7th in Los Angeles for 2 months! It is a photo amusement park filled with Instaworthy shots. Book your ticket now, your Instagram feed will thank you. Tickets are $29 and can be purchased here.
Hello Kitty Friends Around the World Tour is a multi-room, sensory-rich, brilliant walk-through adventure happening in Los Angeles from September 20 through October 20. Tickets are $27-$50 depending on day or time.
Happening in Los Angeles This Halloween
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House of Spirits is a haunted cocktail soiree that is unlike any other in a mysterious mansion with themed cocktails, macabre magic, sinister séances, tarot readings, live music, hidden secret games, giant Ouija boards and more! For 21+ only. Tickets: $60.
Halloween Horror Nights is an annual special event that occurs at Universal Studios theme park. The park remain operational during the day and transition to Halloween Horror Nights at night. Tickets: $89 until 11/13.
The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park has been a trip into Halloween past, and this year they are taking it back to the 80s. Let’s face it, the 80s made Halloween the popular pop culture horror experience it is today, so you know it’s going to be a scary hayride in a really good way. For ages over 12 years old. Tickets: $29.99 to $109.99 until 11/02.
Knott’s Scary Farm is the largest and most haunting Halloween experience in Southern California, with unimaginable scares and innovative thrills that can’t be found anywhere else. The fully transformed theme park features uniquely haunted mazes and attractions, sinister shows and more than 1,000 horrifying creatures lurking in the fog and hiding in every corner of the park. Tickets: $35-$165. Selected dates and times until 11/2.
It’s the most amazing Halloween party in the city happening on 10/26 in the entire Lobby (The Living Room) of W Hollywood & The Station Patio (Main Level Patio Bar) with LA’s Top Open Format DJs playing the hits of the past 20 – 30 years for you to boogie until 2 AM. Tickets: $23 – $2,045.
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