The highly anticipated Long Beach Lobster Festival will be returning from September 8th to 10th. In addition to feasting on fresh Maine lobsters, visitors can enjoy popular local artists as well as swing, salsa, R&B, 70s, 80s, and disco bands!
The festival will take place at Rainbow Lagoon Park in Long Beach, California. The festival hours are Friday 5pm to 10pm, Saturday and Sunday 12pm to 10pm.
There will be an exciting lineup of live entertainment during the festival. Musical performances from classic rock bands like “Men in Crisis” to reggae and calypso music by “Upstream” will surely keep you entertained throughout the weekend.
If you are interested in purchasing tickets, there are a variety of packages, such as:
- Friday General Admission: This package includes a free souvenir e-photo, $5 beer, live entertainment, dance floor and lesson, and the live sports tent. This package costs $5.
- One-Day General Admission: This package includes a free souvenir e-photo, live entertainment, the children’s stage with inflatable bounces, dance floor and lesson, the live sports tent, and access to the Karaoke Lounge featuring live bands. This package costs $15.
- Friday VIP Admission: This package includes everything the general admission pass offers plus VIP assigned seating, a complimentary beverage of choice, all day access to the VIP Lounge, and private restroom facilities. This package costs $20.
- One-Day VIP Admission: This package includes everything the one- day general admission pass offers plus VIP assigned seating, a complimentary beverage of choice, all day access to the VIP Lounge, and private restroom facilities. This package costs $40.
If you are seeking accommodation nearby the Long Beach Lobster Festival, then Ayres Hotel Seal Beach is the perfect choice. Located in the scenic Orange County, this Ayres Hotel boasts comfortable studio suites and modern services that will provide you with a perfect Southern California retreat. During your visit, you will also be just minutes away from other popular tourist destinations such as Seal Beach Pier, Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge, historic Main Street, and downtown Long Beach.