Best events in Los Angeles for Spring Break 2017


Los Angeles is not normally known as a Spring Break destination, but that doesn’t mean that there won’t be things to do for school kids during their break from class.

In fact, there will be a plethora of things to do for Spring Break in the Entertainment Capital of the World, and if you’re in LA or are making your way there for Spring Break, here are the best events that will keep the adults (and the kids) busy during Spring Break.

Sound Nightclub
1642 N Las Palmas Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 962-9000

When the sun goes down in Hollywood, the party animals come out and play. Their playground is Sound Nightclub, a hotspot that may have you going deaf thanks to the booming bass pulsating from their multiple speakers. Sound Nightclub is a perfect spot to celebrate a break from the books, and it’s a club that should be on your Spring Break bucket list of things to do.

Rooftop at The Standard
The Standard — 550 S Flower St., Los Angeles, CA 90071
(213) 892-8080

The Standard is one of L.A.’s best hotels where a Spring Breaker would feel right at home. One of the best amenities at this downtown hotel is The Rooftop, which contains a spectacularly shaped pool with one of the best vantage points of downtown L.A.’s modernistic skyline. The Rooftop is also one of downtown’s best nightlife spots, with an atmosphere that will have you and your crew feeling on top of the world in L.A.

Create Nightclub
6021 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 463-3331

This is another spot in Hollywood where you and your Spring Break crew will be able to create memories that will last forever. Create Nightclub has an atmosphere that will make you want to party and dance all night long, and thanks to the world-famous resident DJs and the drink specials, this is a spot you will be telling your grandkids about when they ask you what was Spring Break like in your day.

Disneyland Resort
1313 Disneyland Dr., Anaheim, CA 92802
(714) 781-4636

If you have kids in tow, this is a place that is a must-visit on your L.A. Spring Break vacation. The Disneyland Resort is the original park created by Walt Disney, and with the original Disneyland park, a revamped California Adventure, and the Downtown Disney complex, Disney’s original theme park will provide an entire day filled with memories, for both kids and adults.

Santa Monica Pier
200 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 458-8900

What is an L.A. Spring Break adventure without the beach? Santa Monica is one of L.A.’s best beach towns, and the world famous Santa Monica Pier will provide hours upon hours of great fun, with rides and a beachfront that is famed around the world. Case in point, you can’t have Spring Break in the City of Angels without visiting the Santa Monica Pier.

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