Los Angeles County is a paradise for foodies, offering some of the most exciting food festivals in the country. From the Knott's Boysenberry Festival to the Glow in the Park festival, there's something for everyone to savor. Whether you're looking for a Parisian-inspired secret picnic or a Japanese Food Festival, you'll find it in Los Angeles County. The Knott's Boysenberry Festival is a must-see event for food lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
With more than 1000 guests, this elegant event offers a wide selection of local restaurants, live music, musical shows and fun activities for all ages. The Getty Center has partnered with Los Angeles Community Arts Resources (CARS) and local partners to offer free community art festivals from May 14 to August. From food and drink parties to butterfly and bubble celebrations, there's something for everyone to enjoy. The Japanese Food Festival is an annual event that celebrates the importance of food in Japanese culture.
In collaboration with Tianyu Arts and Culture, Inc., the Living Desert Zoo and Gardens in Palm Desert is organizing the Glow in the Park festival, a spring lantern festival. The national traveling food festival visits the City of Los Angeles in October and begins with the All Tracks Lead to LA gala dinner at downtown Union Station. The Artichoke Festival is celebrating its 62nd anniversary this year at the historic Monterrey County Fair event center. This festival offers a variety of artichoke-inspired dishes, live music, cooking demonstrations and more.