Anaheim Area Blog

Anaheim hosts a seasonal celebration once a month

With various fairs, festivals, sporting events, and concerts. Orange County is full of surprising activities all year long. You should explore these activities to give you an idea of each month’s highlights and whether an event is scheduled for a specific day.

Winter Fest OC

Winter Fest OC with Santa is open from December to January, allowing you to immerse yourself in the winter wonderland. Snow, carnival games, delicious cuisine as well as other activities are all part of the event. At the Festival of Lights, take a stroll through eleven holiday-themed sections, build a snowman in the snow play area and visit Alpine Village, which has a snow tubing slide, inflatable maze, craft tent, and food trucks. A tree lighting ceremony featuring fresh falling snow, a procession, and fireworks to light up the sky takes place every night at 5:30 p.m. The allure of Winter Fest will enchant children and the young at heart.

1000 Lights Water Lantern Festival

At various times throughout the year, this festival is hosted on multiple sites across the country. The festival’s purpose is to bring the community together with the mission of “assisting individuals in connecting with their hopes, dreams and loved ones, past and present.” There is live entertainment, music, cuisine, and a lantern launch. This festival runs throughout the entire month of March.


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Anaheim Japan Fair

If you want to experience California while learning about Japanese culture, this is the trip for you. Do not worry. The Anaheim Japan Fair takes place each May in Anaheim. The Anaheim Japan Fair is the first of its kind in Southern California and it honors Japanese culture. Performances, Japanese food, art, traditions, merchants, entertainment and other activities are available to visitors. You may also try food and beverages from different vendors on the site and meet Angels Baseball players giving away prizes. Other food vendors like Tenkatori, Sushi Boy, Katsu Brothers, Choya, Hakutsuru Sake, Honey & Butter, and Drizzle are there to serve you a mouth-watering meal. You can also interact with the locals by attending calligraphy and origami sessions.