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The Port of Los Angeles Lobster Festival
July 22, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Welcome to the home of the world’s largest lobster festival, The Port of Los Angeles Lobster Festival, winner of four Guinness World Records. We feature fresh discount Maine lobster meals flown in fresh daily and cooked on the spot, and plenty of free entertainment. Lobster lovers can tour the USS IOWA or just marvel the grand drama of America’s largest port. After feasting on our world famous discount Maine lobster meals, lobster rolls, lobster mac & cheese, lobster quesadillas and more. Our guests enjoy dancing, street performers, tall ships berthed nearby, shopping for arts and crafts, and musical performances by some of today’s best up-and-coming acts.
We are easy to find at the end of the 110 Harbor Freeway in San Pedro, California at the Cruise Ship Terminal at the intersection of Swinford Street and Harbor Blvd. Only 20 minutes south of downtown Los Angeles. Free parking and shuttles at our remote lots! Convenient paid parking within walking distance of the festival entrance.
- 9 pm – The Hula Girls – We wanted to wrap up Friday night with some Hulabilly. And who does it better than The Hula Girls? No one of course. It’s up-tempo hapa haole, tiki, and surf themed music, all filtered through the late 1950’s and early 60’s rockabilly and rock n’ roll sound filter. Some have said that going to a Hula Girls show is like going to a “Luau in Memphis!” It’s a Lobster Luau!
- 8 pm – Decorations – translate frustration into sun-kissed, slick, and sharp anthems that everybody could dance their troubles away to like “Nu wave without all the sadness.” Their full-length debut, Have Fun, was released June 2016. Come see what main man Devon Geyer has created.
- 7 pm – Scott Whyte Band – When he’s not off making movies (Tequila Sunrise, The Mighty Ducks D2 and D3 and too many more to list) you’ll find Scott at Shark’s Cove, his favorite Manhattan Beach home town hangout making music. Scott’s got you covered this year as he opens our weekend of music for the early show on Friday night.