Lobster Mania This Weekend! Port of Los Angeles Lobster Festival – 9/19-9/21: San Pedro

The world's largest lobster fest is taking place this weekend in San Pedro (30 minutes south of Downtown LA). Thirteen tons of lobster are flown in from the Gulf of Maine for the event, though other food stands selling items like sausages and shrimp fajitas are present. The $8 admission fee gets you in, and $17 buys a discounted Maine lobster dinner featuring a 1.25 pound lobster served with coleslaw, a roll, and “lots of yummy buttery topping.” After feasting on the world famous lobster meals, guests can enjoy dancing, a LobsterDog Pet Parade, street performers, a pirate camp, tall ships, shopping for arts and crafts, and live music. Check out the music and entertainment lineup.

Who should go? Lobster enthusiasts Cost: General Admission – $8.00 for adults, $6.00 WITH COUPON!!! Kids under 12 are free! First Class tickets are also available. $39 with a lobster dinner, $25 without Dates and Hours: Friday 9/19 – 5pm-11pm Saturday 9/20 – 11am-11pm Sunday 9/21 – 11am-7pm Parking: One option to avoid traffic – Free Parking at 22nd and Miner St. There will be Free Shuttles operating from the parking lot to the main entrance during the Lobster Festival. Lobster Fest website Ports O’ Call Village 1190 Nagoya Way San Pedro, CA 90731 310.798.7478 Map and Directions



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