Long Beach, California – The holiday season is a time of joy and celebration. However, it can also be a time of stress and anxiety. During this time of year, it is so easy to be overwhelmed by all of the traditions. We just want to please our families and friends, but we also want to make sure that everyone is happy and feels appreciated. While many people take time off from work during this time of year, there are still so many things that need to get done.
During this time of the year, it is important to take time for yourself, but it is also important to take time for your family. It can be difficult to find the balance between spending quality time with your family and enjoying some time on your own. Therefore, the City of Long Beach offers many events during the holiday season that can help you find the perfect balance, and if you decide to visit some of them, we are sure you will remember them all year long.
One of those events that brings holiday cheer to the audience and is held in Long Beach is just upon us. The Daisy Lane Parade will be held for the 68th time on Saturday, December 10 at 5 p.m., followed by a night of holiday entertainment the next day starting from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Starting from West Burnett Street, the parade will go south down Daisy Avenue’s east side to Pacific Coast Highway, then loop around the median and head back up Daisy Avenue’s west side to its finish at West Hill Street, while the median on Daisy Lane at 20th Street and Daisy Avenue will be transformed into a stage for the night of holiday entertainment that will consist of a variety of spectacular performances, each of which is intended to spread holiday joy to the crowd.
“I am so excited for the return of the Daisy Lane Parade. This is an event with so much history in our community, and I know this year’s celebration will be better than ever,” said Mayor Robert Garcia.