The second month in, and while Governors are lowing restrictions, COVID-19 is still raging on. If you are trying to find some fun though, we’d love to help!
Before we go into the details of the events, we want to remind people that we are still within the thralls of a pandemic, and recommend people check out our article on ”If You Should Go Out” Here. In keeping with our promise within that article though, each event we are talking about will have an Is It Safe section discussing steps taken by the organization to keep the attendees safe. Please consider that though before making your ticket purchases.
Some of the cool things going on this month are:
Insomniac’s Electric Mile Available in Huntington Park through March 14th.
Are you a fan of lights and music? Do you regularly attend EDC? Then Electric Mile is the event for you, as they bring a drive-thru experience to the Santa Anita Race Track!
With over 500,000 lights, 7 stages, and 500 art displays, all set to music pumped into your car through your FM radio, this event is a lot! Plus it’s a 1-hour experience. Get that money worth for your family!
Is It Safe?
The event is distanced, as long as the people inside the vehicle are your family. Attendees will also only be allowed to leave their vehicles at the beginning of the experience, to use the restroom.
Stranger Things Drive-Into Experience Available in Los Angeles continuing through March and beyond.
Originally planned to only be through the Halloween holidays, this event has been extended through to spring because of the speed in which it sells out. From the people who have attended it, we can honestly say that this experience is well worth the price point of the ticket.
Additionally, if you are a fan of the series, this is a must for you!
Is It Safe?
The event is distanced, as long as the people inside the vehicle are your family.
Tickets to the event start at $59 for two people in one car, but pricing is done per person and can get a little pricey. Fair warning tickets still do sell out but are added regularly. If you miss this month, the event continues on through Spring. Purchase your tickets Here. Check out our announcement article Here!
WonderCon @ Home Online on March 26th and 27th.
Missing conventions, and don’t mind virtual events? Well, San Diego Comic Con’s sister convention WonderCon may not be holding a physical event this year, but they are hilding a virtual one. While all the information hasn’t launched it is coming with panels and vendors.
Is It Safe?
The event is virtual, so you can’t get anything but maybe a computer virus.
Tickets for this event are free. Find out more about the event Here.