Orange County Events


Laguna Art-A-Fair Laguna Art-A-Fair
Jun. 24, 2016 - Aug. 28, 2016

Juried art festival displays works by 125 artists in all mediums, including painting, drawings, photography, digital art, mixed media, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, glass and wood. Live entertainment on weekends.




Sawdust Art Festival Sawdust Art Festival
Jun. 24, 2016 - Aug. 28, 2016

See works by 200 Laguna Beach artists—glass, painting, jewelry, ceramics, clothing and textiles, sculpture, scrimshaw, photography—plus demos, kids activities, outdoor cafes and live music in eucalyptus grove.




Summer Groove & Grub Summer Groove & Grub
Jun. 24, 2016 - Sep. 4, 2016

Hear top musicians at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach summer concert series, and get your grub on with a Friday night taco buffet and Saturday night barbecue at Pete’s Sunset Grille. The taco buffet offers steak picadillo con papas, chicken asada and warm churros with cinnamon-sugar. The Saturday night barbecue features dry-rubbed baby back ribs, whiskey barrel barbecue beef and peach cobbler with pecan crumble. Enjoy artists like blues band Jumpin’ Jack Benny, blues guitarist Brad Wilson and more. See website for full lineup. 7-10 p.m. Adults $19.95, children $9.95. 21500 Pacific Coast Hwy., Huntington Beach, 714.698.1234. huntingtonbeach.regency.hyatt.com




Rockin' Rainbow Harbor Cruises Rockin' Rainbow Harbor Cruises
Jun. 25, 2016 - Sep. 5, 2016

Choose from two 90-minute cruises featuring live music and impressive views of the Long Beach skyline. Enjoy kiddy mocktails, as well as a full adult cocktail bar with craft beer and cocktail specials; and appetizers with a rotating theme menu spotlighting local favorites and seasonal picks from Hornblower chefs.




Pageant of the Masters Pageant of the Masters
Jul. 7, 2016 - Aug. 31, 2016

The Pageant of the Masters is arguably one of the most unique productions in the entire world. Be amazed and enchanted by ninety minutes of tableaux vivants (“living pictures”) –incredibly faithful re-creations of classical and contemporary works of art, with real people posing to look exactly like their counterparts in the original pieces. This summer’s production of The Pursuit of Happiness will explore the many sources of happiness, featuring seminal works of art by a diverse group of artists such as Winslow Homer, Norman Rockwell, and of course Leonardo da Vinci, whose Last Supper traditionally closes the show every year. A live narrator guides the audience through the story of each living picture accompanied by a full orchestra.