From happy hour to fun at the OC Fair, it's an exciting time to get out an enjoy Southern California.
COSTA MESA, Calif. (PRWEB) May 18, 2021
Travel Costa Mesa is ready to welcome visitors back to the destination and wants to help them “find their happy” in Costa Mesa this summer. From happy hour to the fun at the OC Fair, excitement abounds as California reopens to locals and visitors ready to get back to traveling. Just 20 minutes from Disneyland® Resort and 10 minutes to popular Southern California beaches, Costa Mesa is right in the middle of all the fun the region offers. Hotels throughout Costa Mesa are prepared to welcome guests in a safe atmosphere and are offering Memorial Day deals as low as $112 per night.
How to “Find Your Happy” in Costa Mesa
- The Original O.C. “Swap Meet” returns to Costa Mesa on Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, May 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for one-day only at The OC Fair & Event Center. Admission is free and parking is $10 (credit card only). Browse many local vendors, artisans and enjoy the long-time popular local event.
- Free, outdoor Concerts @ The Camp every Thursday evening at 5:30 p.m. The CAMP is a unique dining and retail spot in Costa Mesa and one of the first-known sustainable campuses in the U.S. It features vegan, Vietnamese, Italian and American fare, plus some of the best baked goods in town by Food Network “Chopped” winner and owner of Black Market Bakery, Rachel Klemek, all to enjoy during the concert.
- The Costa Mesa Happy Hour scene can be experienced every night of the week with so many independently owned and diverse dining options; some with live music and dinner shows throughout the week. It’s a great time to explore this popular foodie town and support local businesses. Get a taste of the experience through the happy hour video series.
- Live Comedy, Music and Dance Classes weekly on the outdoor Argyros Plaza at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Upcoming performances include Polynesian dance classes, comedian Lia Bramford and NBC’s The Voice 2012 contestant, Broadway performer and songwriter, Chris Mann. Advanced reservations are required and can be secured online.
- “Time for Fun” at The OC Fair, returning July 16 – August 15, 2021 – four weeks of fun, food, and entertainment. Ticket prices start at $12 on weekdays and $14 on weekends with various discounted prices for seniors and youth. Advance ticket purchase is required to manage the number of attendees and follow state guidelines for events.
- Live concerts and performances are back as part of the 2021 Toyota Summer Concert Series at the Pacific Amphitheatre and will feature guests like Cole Swindell, Cheap Trick, Blue Oyster Cult, and comedian Trevor Noah, along with a wide range of cover bands performing in The Hangar at OC Fair & Event Center.
- Have fun in the sun at one of these hidden gems and lesser-known beaches in Orange County – take a picnic, rent bikes or even take a surf or standup paddle board lesson.
Costa Mesa welcomes locals and visitors with friends and/or family in a safe and social atmosphere. It’s is easy to get to the city from local freeways and nearby John Wayne Airport, Orange County (SNA). Costa Mesa is located just an hour south of Los Angeles and 90-minutes north of San Diego.
Travel Costa Mesa’s events calendar is updated regularly with activities. Review Costa Mesa’s COVID-19 guidelines and note that masks are a requirement in the city as of the date of publication of this press release.
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Located in the heart of Orange County in Southern California with a population of approximately 113,000, Travel Costa Mesa was established in 1995 with the primary goal of promoting tourism to the city and to fund programs and activities that benefit the hotel and motel businesses within the city of Costa Mesa. For more information on travel to the city of Costa Mesa, visit http://www.travelcostamesa.com or follow @travelcostamesa on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Travel Costa Mesa is a 501(c)(6).