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July 22nd fast approaching FLAX’s live arts performance at DTLA’s famed Grand Park on Saturday, July 22 from 7.30 to 8.30pm. Free

Article By: Marcelle - Jul• 18•17


FLAX CONTINUES TO CHAMPION FRANCE & SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ARTISTIC CULTURAL EXCHANGE WITH APPOINTMENT OF VISIONARY NEW CURATOR ANNA MILONE
Announcing Intriguing 2017 Los Angeles Arts Activations in Partnership with Grand Park, the Autry Museum of the American West and East of Borneo

FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) is pleased to announce its newly-appointed curator and program director Anna Milone, who, in association with its unique LA-based partners, will deliver a compelling series of programs throughout Los Angeles for 2017. With hand-selected artists, this year’s activations start in July with a trailblazing performing arts project in partnership with Grand Park, managed by The Music Center, and followed by an upcoming collaboration this November with the Autry Museum as well as East of Borneo, a collaborative online art publication. The project is dedicated to the representation of the deserted landscape and the relation of native people to this territory.

With French curator Anna Milone now driving the new direction for FLAX, the organization, which enters its second decade, continues to expand its presence throughout Southern California. Having held prestigious curatorial positions at Fondation Cartier and Monnaie de Paris, Milone also collaborated with Marc-Olivier Wahler on FLAX’s 2013 exhibition, Lost (in LA), which was presented at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Her experience as a cultural producer for Nuit Blanche 2013, a world-renowned all-night art and performance festival in Paris, deepened her interest in public art. Most recently, she created recto/verso, a unique partnership between the charity organization, Secours populaire français and Fondation Louis Vuitton.

“We are delighted that Anna has joined our team,” says Elisabeth Forney, FLAX’s Executive Director. “Her vision reflects our far-reaching goal of igniting cross-cultural dialogue, providing a voice for expansive, multifarious points of view, which leads to exciting and influential projects.”

Milone is now directing her attention towards curating significant collaborations with Los Angeles and France-based artists, curators and cultural institutions, which culminate in a unique experience for the public. To this end, Milone has secured Lola Gonzàlez, winner of the prestigious Prix Meurice 2016, as FLAX’s first artist-in-residence for 2017; Etienne de France, a talented visual artist and filmmaker, will follow. Having observed their work and evolution over the years, Milone takes a very personalized approach, connecting her artists with LA’s vibrant cultural scene while making important introductions. Under the FLAX residency, both artists have the singular opportunity to research and develop their projects here in Los Angeles.

“Keeping in mind the questions of community and identity, which are now more important than ever, I’m working with talented emerging artists to bring these topical themes to light, exploring the cultural similarities and differences between France and Southern California through artistic reciprocity,” says Milone.

French video and performance artist, Lola Gonzàlez will lead an epic site-specific dance performance at Grand Park alongside two Los Angeles-based artists, choreographer Oguri and composer Paul Chavez. Co-written by Gonzàlez, Oguri and Chavez, The distance is beautiful. La distance la plus courte entre deux points n’est pas une ligne droite, was inspired by the complex landscape of the city. The project will enlist the participation of sixty professional and nonprofessional performers. A week of workshops for the troupe, led by Gonzàlez, Oguri, and Chavez, will culminate in a thoughtful and thought-provoking public performance on July 22, 2017 at Grand Park, managed by The Music Center.

The activation will tackle ideas including community, collaboration and the impact of urban living. Setting off from different locations, several groups will undertake a unique odyssey along the City’s corridors. Echoing the recent unrest, they will march through the streets to their gathering place at Grand Park. The public is invited along on the journey, punctuated by individual actions and gestures as each participant acts out a role. Exploring the idea of a collective, the groups themselves become organisms, together stronger, and, more impactful. There is currently an open call for participation and for more information, visit www.flaxfoundation.org.

Multidisciplinary artist, Etienne de France, who arrives in Los Angeles this May to prepare for his November activation, will be the second FLAX artist-in-residence for 2017. His engaging video art piece, Looking for the Perfect Landscape, will be complemented by a curated screenings series, showcasing films by native artists and filmmakers from the United States and beyond. With vital research from the Autry’s collection along with many encounters with local artists and specialists, the initiative captures the deserted landscapes of California, while merging documentary and fiction. Etienne explores these landscapes through the lens of his character, a young Chilean artist, and confronts important issues surrounding colonization, indigenous cultures and heritage. This November, Looking for the Perfect Landscape, will be shown at various venues around Los Angeles and online on East of Borneo’s website.

About FLAX:
FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) is a California-based 501(c)3 public charity committed to collaboration, innovation, exchange, and sustainable impact. Guided by our vision, FLAX’s program offers Southern California artists and organizational partners reciprocal and collaborative opportunities with artists, curators, and cultural institutions based in France. FLAX has a strong commitment to public engagement, introducing multi-disciplinary art projects in collaboration with established cultural institutions. FLAX achieves its mission through three reciprocal modes of cultural exchange: FLAX Projects are large-scale art projects initiated, created, and produced by FLAX; FLAX Grants are provided to Southern California-based cultural organizations in support of France-related art projects in multiple disciplines; and FLAX Invites host France-related artists at the FLAX House in Los Angeles.

About Grand Park:
A vibrant outdoor gathering place, Grand Park is a beautiful public park for the entire community in Los Angeles County. With expansive green space for gatherings large and small, Grand Park celebrates the county’s cultural vitality and is host to community events, cultural experiences, holiday celebrations, and many other activities that engage and attract visitors from all communities. The 12-acre Grand Park stretches from The Music Center on the west to City Hall on the east and is easily accessible by Metro via the Red/Purple line to the Civic Center/Grand Park station. The park was named one of American Planning Association’s 10 “Great Public Spaces” in the U.S. for 2013. Working closely with the county, The Music Center is responsible for all operations and programming for the park. For more information, visit grandparkla.org or follow Grand Park on Facebook (GrandParkLosAngeles), as well as Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (@GrandPark_LA).

About The Music Center:
The Music Center programs and manages Grand Park, a 12-acre adjacent greenspace, with year-round free programming. As L.A.’s performing arts destination, The Music Center is L.A.’s home to the world’s greatest artistic programs and events. With four iconic theaters and four renowned resident companies – Center Theatre Group, the LA Master Chorale, the LA Opera and the LA Philharmonic – and recognized for its illustrious dance programming, Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at The Music Center, The Music Center is a destination where audiences find inspiration in the very best of live performance, as well as nationally recognized arts education and participatory arts experiences. For more information, visit musiccenter.org Follow The Music Center on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (@MusicCenterLA).

About East of Borneo:
East of Borneo is a collaborative reexamination of West Coast art and its history. They publish new essays and interviews alongside a growing archive of images, videos, texts, and sounds added by their community. East of Borneo Books sees the extension of their mission into print, calling attention to the best writing on the visual culture of Los Angeles. They also produce exhibitions, talks, screenings, and workshops, and republish material that is out of print or hard to find through their Second Life series.

About the Autry Museum of the American West:
The Autry brings together the stories of all peoples of the American West, connecting the past with the present to inspire our shared future. Located in beautiful Griffith Park, the Autry features world-class galleries filled with Native American art and artifacts, film memorabilia, historic firearms, paintings, and more. Throughout the year, the Autry also presents a wide range of public events and programs—including lectures, film, theater, festivals, family activities, and music—and performs scholarship, research, and educational outreach. The Autry’s collection of more than 500,000 pieces of art and artifacts includes the Southwest Museum of the American Indian Collection, one of the largest and most significant collections of Native American materials in the United States.

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Reflecting cross-cultural exchange between SoCal and France, FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) presents The distance is beautiful. La distance la plus courte entre deux points n’est pas une ligne droite, exploring highly topical themes of community and identity as well as recent political unrest. FLAX Program Director Anna Milone enlisted the participation of 60 professional and nonprofessional performers as well as award-winning French video and performing artist Lola Gonzalez who will lead the performance in collaboration with two renowned LA-based artists, notable choreographer Oguri – who is credited with redefining traditional Japanese Butoh dancing – and famed American composer Paul Chavez

The Autry brings together the stories of all peoples of the American West, connecting the past with the present to inspire our shared future. Located in beautiful Griffith Park, the Autry features world-class galleries filled with Native American art and artifacts, film memorabilia, historic firearms, paintings, and more. Throughout the year, the Autry also presents a wide range of public events and programs—including lectures, film, theater, festivals, family activities, and music—and performs scholarship, research, and educational outreach. The Autry’s collection of more than 500,000 pieces of art and artifacts includes the Southwest Museum of the American Indian Collection, one of the largest and most significant collections of Native American materials in the United States.

 

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2017 ANNUAL #CONCERN 43rd Annual BLOCK PARTY #FUNDRAISER FOR #CANCER RESEARCH AT #PARAMOUNT STUDIOS JULY 8TH

Article By: Marcelle - Jul• 02•17

 

 

 #CONCERN ANNUAL BLOCK PARTY

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4,000 people. One night. Raising over $2 Million to conquer cancer.

HONOREES:Kelly Stone & Bruce Singer and Eden Alpert
2017 Block Party

 

CONCERN is anappropriate acronym (CONquer canCER Now) for one of Los Angeles’s best-known and most beloved charities. Since its inception in 1968, CONCERN Foundation, which is dedicated to raising and granting funds to support cancer research worldwide, has broken local ground in many ways: pioneering support of cancer research (specifically in funding young scientists); using the force of celebrity to raise funds; encouraging restaurants and then caterers to share center stage with celebrities to raise money; and pioneering the “block party” fundraiser concept, using the cachet of glamorous Rodeo Drive as a setting. This non-profit organization’s fundraising milestones also chronicle a rich era in the entertainment-oriented social history of Los Angeles.

In the organization’s first two years, the original 15 couples raised $18,000 among just their friends. By 1973, CONCERN Foundation had involved A-list celebrities in its fundraising events. Jack Benny hosted An Evening at the Music Center with Andy Williams, Sonny & Cher and Liza Minnelli. The next year Frank Sinatra joined Williams, Arte Johnson and Jack Lemmon to entertain 900 guests at the first unofficial block party held in the gardens of the Al Hart estate in Bel Air, with lunch served by Chasen’s, the landmark restaurant and L.A. institution that became the event’s food purveyor.

In 1975 the event was moved to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on the Sunday afternoon of Memorial Day weekend to accommodate the clamor for tickets. That first year the entertainers were Liza Minnelli, Shecky Green, Lily Tomlin, and Roger Miller and a “real” block party had begun. In 1977, the Concern Foundation added a premiere screening (New York New York, at the Wilshire Theater) to the entertainment faire. Thanks to Pierre Cossette, a longtime friend and sponsor of CONCERN, the roster of Block Party performers and auctioneers through the years reads like a Who’s Who of entertainment: Anthony Newley, Steve Allen, Harry James (he played in front of The Daisy, the legendary discotheque), the Lennon Sisters, Connie Stevens, Rich Little, Dick Shawn, Norm Cosby, Minnie Riperton, Glen Campbell, the Manhattan Transfer, radio talk-show host Michael Jackson (as celebrity auctioneer), John Raitt, Les Brown and his Band of Renown, Henry Mancini, Eric Estrada, Leiber & Stoller, Hal Linden, Natalie Cole, Monty Hall and more.

In 1979, other restaurants and caterers began to garner fame from the event. Milton Williams, then L.A. caterer to-the-stars, persuaded Moveable Feast, Josephine, Mr. Chow, Rócoco and The Saloon to join the festivities. Caterers and restaurants that subsequently joined included Randy Fuhrman’s Creative Catering, Parties Plus, Miss Grace Lemon Cake Co, Kate Mantilini, Scott McKay of Chasen’s Chili, Chin Chin, Michael’s, 72 Market Street, West Beach Café, Scandia, Max au Triangle (Joachim Splichal’s first local restaurant) and Trumps. Many of the original Rodeo Dr. participants remain as signature restaurants at the block party including The Grill on the Alley, Lawry’s The Prime Rib, Pink’s Famous Hot Dogs and Factor’s Famous Delicatessen.

In 1996, the Block Party moved to Paramount Studios when even the full length of Rodeo Drive could not accommodate the crowd (plus, event expenses could be lowered, something of critical importance to CONCERN). The event was also changed to an evening event and was now being held on the second Saturday of July. After 9/11, when private events were barred from movie studios, the event moved to the Petersen Automotive Museum for three years until the studio opened again for outside events.
On Saturday July 8, 2017, Concern Foundation for cancer research produce and present the 43rd Annual Block Party, Kingdom of Concern an evening of feasting, revelry and dance on the back lot of Paramount Pictures Studios in Hollywood. The event will be led by event chair Lexy Carroll and a team of volunteers and designed once again by John Ferdenzi of Town and Country Event Rentals. The event is expected to the attended by 4,000 guests with a goal to exceed last year’s $2 million dollars raised for cancer research.

The backlot streets will be filled with over 75 food and beverage vendors under the direction of Nancy Eisenstadt, Megan Mulcahy and Whitney Carroll including notable classics such as Vibrato Grill Jazz, Ocean Prime, The Grill on the Alley, Fogo de Chao, Lawry’s The Prime Rib, Urban Oven, The Palm and Pink’s Famous Hot Dogs just to name a few. Entertainment will include performances on multiple stages by the Tom Nolan Band, D’ City Sound featuring DJ Dwayne. The evening Master of Ceremonies will be KNX1070 News radio’s Frank Mottek. Again this year, A/V Masters will donate all of the audio and visual components that truly enhance the event and the entire presentation throughout the evening.

One of the highlights of the evening will be the silent and live auction under the direction of this year’s auction chairs Lynne Fox, Wendi Nogradi, Courtney Teller & Madeline Rose. Live and silent auction items and packages include one-of-a-kind opportunities, concert and event tickets, restaurants, staycations, golf packages and so many other wonderful items donated by our friends throughout the community. Last year the silent and live auctions raised over $97,000!

This year Concern will be presenting the Spirit of Concern Humanitarians Awards to Kelly Stone Singer & Bruce Singer and Eden Alpert. The night will once again feature dancing, interactive entertainment and activities including casino-style games, Brian Kramer Digital photography studio, Island Ink airbrush tattoos and salon and spa services. For the 13th year Concern will help celebrate The Best of LA 2017® on Los Angeles magazine’s street which will feature lounges, photo booths, food stations, DJ dancing, Peerless Coffee and California wineries.

Starting from a simple idea back in the early 70’s and watching it become a reality with thousands of moving parts is the one thing that sets Concern’s signature Block Party apart from most other organizations in this city. It takes a tremendous team comprised of three generations of volunteers all working together each year and this year’s Block Party is on course to be one of our most successful fundraising events yet.

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BEVERLY HILLS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Summer Garden Party | Member Appreciation & Board Installation Night Date: June 28, 2017 Time: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT

Article By: Marcelle - Jun• 27•17

SUMMER GARDEN PARTY | MEMBER APPRECIATION & BOARD INSTALLATION NIGHT

NOT A PUBLIC EVENT

Name: Summer Garden Party | Member Appreciation & Board Installation Night
Date: June 28, 2017
Time: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT
Register Now
Event Description:
The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to enjoy an evening in celebration of our members and our incoming Board of Directors. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be graciously served by some of the Chamber’s finest culinary providers.

Event Sponsors:
OneWest Bank
StockCross Financial Services, Inc.
Kennedy Wilson
Eisner Jaffe, A Professional Corporation
AsomBroso Tequila
Ocean Prime
Bombay Palace
Sharky’s Woodfired Mexican Grill
Cobblestone Vineyards, LLC
M Café
Coral Tree
To Current Calendar
Event Sponsors:
Wells Fargo Private Bank
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Network Experts, Inc.
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
O’Gara Coach Co., LLC
Panini Cafe
UCLA Health
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro)
USC Roski Eye Institute
Panini Cafe
Jardesca
Douglas Elliman
Location:
Beverly Canon Gardens ~ 200 block of Canon Drive/Beverly Drive
Parking available in adjacent underground lot
View a Map
Date/Time Information:
4:00 PM ~ Guest Arrival with Refreshments
4:30 PM ~ 2017-18 Board of Directors Installation
5:00 PM ~ Hors d’oeuvres Reception & Entertainment
Contact Information:
Send an Email
Fees/Admission:
This event is for Chamber Members and their guests. Member Guest Tickets: $50 (limited quantity available).

Event is not open to the public.

HollyShorts Monthly Films Returns June 29th TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Hollywood

Article By: Marcelle - Jun• 25•17

 

HollyShorts Monthly Returns June 29th

June 23rd the very popular monthly screening series returned at the world famous TCL Chinese 6 Theatres June 29th. We have a special presentation of feature film, ‘The True Cost’ and 7pm. Then two fantastic blocks of great shorts at 8:15pm and 9:30pm. With the 9:30pm screening in association with FABA (For Actors By Actors). Also check out the HollyShorts store which is offering 15% off merchandise.  Last, today is our Late Deadline for film entries submit now!

Directed by Andrew Morgan

This is a story about clothing. It’s about the clothes we wear, the people who make them and the impact it’s having on our world. The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost is a groundbreaking new documentary film that pulls back the curtain on an unseen part of our world and asks us each to consider, who pays the price for our clothing?

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres Address: 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028

Parking @ Hollywood & Highland complex
Take elevator to 3rd Floor look for HollyShorts

*Parking is validated by the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres box office.
$2 for four hours in the Hollywood and Highland mall.

After Party will be at TINHORN FLATS, show your one sheet or tickets or wristands to a Staff Member at Tinhorn and guests will receive a 2 for 1Drinks

JULY 18, 10AM***

MARVEL COMICS LEGEND STAN LEE PUTS HANDPRINTS-FOOTPRINTS IN CEMENT AT TCL CHINESE THEATRE IMAX® FORECOURT

Legion M Presents ICON: Celebrating Stan Lee,
The First Ever Fan-Hosted Ceremony In TCL Chinese Theatre History

WHO: Acclaimed Comics Legend STAN LEE…

WHAT: PLACES HIS HANDPRINTS AND FOOTPRINTS IN CEMENT…

WHEN: TUES, JULY 18, 10AM PRESS CHECK IN, 11AM Event

WHERE: TCL CHINESE THEATRE IMAX® FORECOURT, 6925 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA. 90028

HOLLYWOOD, CA–On July 18, and on the eve of San Diego Comic-Con, the iconic creator and force behind Marvel Comics, STAN LEE, will put his handprints and footprints in cement in the forecourt of the TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX®. Presented by Legion M, ICON: Celebrating Stan Lee, is the first ever handprint-footprints ceremony in TCL history to be organized and hosted by the fans.

“Stan Lee gave us the heroes that fueled our imagination and aspirations” said Kevin Smith, Filmmaker, Actor, Writer, Comedian and Stan Lee Fan.

“Now, WE, the fans, are coming together to give this permanent monument and tribute to the man that gave us so much.”

Stan Lee, the chief creative force behind the rise of Marvel Comics, brought to life some of the world’s most famous heroes and infamous villains, including Spider-Man, The Hulk, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Thor, Daredevil, Dr. Strange, The Avengers, Loki, and Dr. Doom. His stories featured heroes and villains that were more psychologically complex than had ever been seen previously, inspiring legions of fans.

According to his autobiography, Excelsior, “Lee put the human in the superhuman.”

Lee’s connection to fans immediately led him to Legion M’s unique model of being the first fan- owned entertainment company, and he has been supportive of Legion M since its launch in 2016. Legion M embodies the fan culture that Lee’s work launched, perpetuating a legacy that has impacted generations. By organizing and rallying the fans, celebrities, companies and anyone who has been positively impacted by Lee’s work, Legion M is paying a heartfelt, historic and overdue tribute to one of the greatest storytellers of our time.

“On behalf of Stan Lee and Stan Lee Collectibles, we’re deeply moved and appreciative of the groundswell of fan support Stan has always enjoyed, and we’re grateful that his fans have united together with Legion M to give him this great honor,” says Stan Lee Collectibles CEO Max Anderson.

As a producer, writer, editor, publisher, actor, host and executive, and idol to many, Stan ‘the Man’ Lee has left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry having created or co-created 90% of Marvel’s most recognized characters. These creations have spawned books, films, television series, video games, web series, Broadway shows and more offering a steady stream of box office.

In 2017, Stan will celebrate his 95th birthday and 70th wedding anniversary, along with the 78th anniversary of the day he first started as an assistant filling inkwells at Timely Comics – now Marvel Comics – which over a lifetime of work he helped turn into one of the biggest media brands in the world.

Fans are invited to get involved, attend the event (and after party), pay tribute to Stan, take home a piece of history and more by visiting https://thelegionm.com/celebrating-sta

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4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION ABROAD THE QUEEN MARY IN LONG BEACH BUY TICKETS NOW!!

Article By: Marcelle - Jun• 19•17

4TH OF JULY

It’s an “All-American” summer aboard the Queen Mary!  Come experience July 4th as special live entertainment, family games, arts & crafts, special historic tours and a patriotic theatrical movie in the Queen Mary Theatre and so much more fill the decks of the legendary ship.   It’s a true red, white and blue celebration like no other.  To top off the night the Queen Mary will present its signature fireworks spectacular filled with patriotic music while you enjoy a summer evening under the beautiful Southern California night sky with the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean.  If that wasn’t enough there will be a special performance by the hit 80’s artist The Pointer Sisters.  There is no better place to celebrate the 4th of July holiday than aboard the legendary Queen Mary.  The event sells out each year, so get your tickets early to secure your spot in this “All-American” celebration!

All-American 4th of July is open to the entire family from 2:00 pm to 10:00 pm.  Children 4 and under are free!

SEE OUR GUIDEMAP (COMING SOON) – Easily get around the ship during the celebration.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO  (COMING SOON) – Important Information about the Queen Mary’s 4th of July Celebration

Please note: You MUST have an All-American 4th of July ticket to board the ship on July 4th. 

Travel through the heartland of America and tour the different regions. Catch the entertainment from coast to coast!

GENERAL ADMISSION

Prices are $44.00 per adult (ages 12+) if tickets are purchased prior to July 4th.
On July 4th at the door the price is $49 per adult (ages 12+)
Prices are $24.00 per child (ages 4-11) if tickets are purchased prior to July 4th.
On July 4th at the door the price is $29 per adult (ages 4-11)

  • General Admission includes all of the games, entertainment, fireworks, a special performance of The Pointer Sisters, arts & crafts, historical tour & 4-D Theatre Patriotic Movie, and access to the Queen Mary.

Prices are $99.00 for all ages 4+
Ticket includes access to the World Famous Queen Mary on July 4 with exclusive access to premium firework viewing.

  • VIP sells out early each year – so buy now!

PARKING

Available for purchase on-site, on day-of-visit ONLY. Limited capacity – sells out early!

We recommend arriving early or arriving by taxi/rideshare.

VIP ALL-AMERICAN 4TH OF JULY HOTEL PACKAGE
Includes Two VIP Tickets to “All-American Fourth of July” with exclusive access to the VIP Areas as well as premium viewing of the fireworks spectacular. (Additional tickets must be purchased separately). Advanced prepaid, non-refundable, non-cancellable. Guest staying over on July 3rd attending the July 4th event will not be permitted a late check out. On July 4th only registered guests with tickets will have access to the Hotel.

To Book a Cabana – Please Email Us

Contact: Jeanine Adams at Jeanine.adams@queenmary.com

Freedom Cabanas $249 (SOLD OUT) – Hang out and enjoy your “Freedom” in your very own cabana on the VIP Capstan Deck. Enjoy the summer breeze. Embrace the good music and great entertainment. And end your night with a fireworks show from front and center.Seats 6-8. Cocktail service available at additional cost.
VIP Patriot Pass Ticket required – sold separately.

Sparklers Lounge  $199 (SOLD OUT) – Enjoy your sparkling view in your semi-private cove on the VIP  Britannia Deck.  Enjoy the summer breeze. Embrace the good music and great entertainment. And end your night with a fireworks show from front and center.
Seats 6-8. Front row fireworks view from the patio.  Cocktail service available at additional cost. 
VIP Patriot Pass Ticket required – sold separately.

Independence Cabanas $169 – Hang out and enjoy your “Independence” in your very own cabana.  Enjoy the mainstage entertainment, strolling performances, and a brilliant view of the Fireworks.
Seats 6-8.  Fireworks view from the cabana. Cocktail service available at additional cost.
Admission ticket required – sold separately

The Anthem Booths $169 – Perch all day in your very own “Anthem” booth inside the Royal Salon. Enjoy some good comedy and great magic!
Seats 6-8. Cocktail service available at additional cost.
Admission ticket required – sold separately.

Patriot Booths $169 – Post up all day and be “Patriotic” inside your very own booth, inside the Queen Salon.  Enjoy watching an acoustics band and live dancers, twirling to the good ‘ole tunes!
Seats 6-8.  Cocktail service available at additional cost. 
Admission ticket required – sold separately.

Stars & Stripe Booths $169 – Hang out in your “Stars & Stripes” booth, in the blue themed Britannia Salon.  Enjoy the Grand Entertainment of the dueling pianos, strolling performers, and a brilliant view outside on the deck of the Fireworks.
Seats 6-8.  Cocktail service available at additional cost. 
VIP Patriot Pass Ticket required – sold separately.

Victory Booths $169 – Enjoy your “Victory” in your very own booth. Enjoy your day inside the red themed Verandah Grill.
Seats 6-8.  Cocktail service available at additional cost.
Admission ticket required – sold separately.

Justice Cabanas $169 – Have “Justice” in your very own cabana on the white themed area of the Sports Deck.  Enjoy the DJ spinning on the turn tables. Participate in our programmed games and activities, and win contests and giveaways. End the night by watching the fireworks show at the stern of the Ship.
Seats 6-8. Cocktail service available at additional cost.
Admission ticket required – sold separately.

Star Spangled Banner Tables $99 – Post up all day in a Star Spangled Banner Table inside the Queen Salon.  Enjoy watching an acoustics band and live dancers, twirling to the good ‘ole tunes!
Seats 4.  Cocktail service available at additional cost.
Admission ticket required – sold separately.

To Book a Cabana – Please Email Us

Contact: Jeanine Adams at Jeanine.adams@queenmary.com

About the Queen Mary
Located in the Port of Long Beach, the Queen Mary features a rich maritime history, authentic Art Deco décor, and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Long Beach city skyline. At the time of her maiden voyage in May of 1936, she was considered the grandest ocean liner ever built. The Queen Mary’s signature restaurants include Chelsea Chowder House, Observatory Bar, as well as, a weekly Champagne Sunday Brunch served in the ship’s Grand Salon. History buffs enjoy the ship’s museum with various daily tours, and currently the ship is featuring the renowned Diana: Legacy of a Princess exhibit. The Queen Mary features 80,000 square feet of event space in 17 remarkable Art Deco salons as well as a tri-level, 45,000-square- foot Exhibit Hall. The Queen Mary boasts 346 staterooms including nine full suites. For more information or for reservations, see www.queenmary.com or call (800) 437-2934. The Queen Mary is located at 1126 Queens Highway in Long Beach.

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