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Family-Friendly Things to Do: June 27 - July 1

Pirate Invasion of Long Beach & Mermaid Festival

Saturday + Sunday, June 30 + July 1 | 10:00am-10:00pm

200 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802-8140,

Ahoy, Mateys! Practice rolling those arrrrs, prepare your best pirate joke, and head over to the annual Pirate Invasion this weekend. Join thousands of costumed pirates and a fleet of pirate ships as they dock ashore our Long Beach parks. Enjoy sword fights, cannon and musket battles, a treasure hunt, music, games, food, a mermaid village, a live production of “Treasure Island,” and more. Learn More:

Pow!Wow!Long Beach Mural Bike Tour

Wednesday-Saturday, June 27 - June 30 | 12:00pm-2:00pm + 5:00pm-7:00pm

Long Beach Museum of Art | 2300 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, California 90803

Hop on two wheels and head over to a designated meeting spot for one of eight tours highlighting the artistic works going up all around our city. All this week, artists from around the globe are preparing murals to beautify and distinguish our streets. The mural bike tour is a guided tour to various areas of the city including Central Long Beach, Retro Row, North Long Beach and Downtown. Join fellow fans of street art for a cruise around town. Learn More:

Food Truck Fridays at One World Trade Center

Friday, June 29 | 10:30 am - 2:30 pm

1 World Trade Center, Long Beach 90802

Every Monday and Friday in the summer, there will be a new a delicious food truck to try at One World Trade Center. From Smokehouse BBQ to The Taco Cartel, you won’t want to miss savory flavors and a community of food truck enthusiasts. My personal recommendation: if you are really hungry and short on time, try to catch the food trucks before the noon lunch rush.

My Fair Lady (Running June 30 - August 4)

Friday, June 30 | 8:00pm-11:00pm

Long Beach Playhouse | 5021 E Anaheim St, Long Beach 90804

Lerner and Loewe's “My Fair Lady” is a rare musical that all others are compared to. “My Fair Lady” tells the tale of a Cockney flower girl transformed into an elegant lady by a linguistics professor who ends up falling in love with her. Featuring one of musical theatre's greatest scores, including “I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face” and “I Could've Danced All Night,” this classic American classic is sure to bring a tear to your eye, a smile to your lips, and a song to your soul.


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