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It's not every day a venue sells out to a crowd of over a thousand party-goers dressed as their favorite Shrek characters. But this St. Patrick's Day saw a different 'sea of green' in what can only be described as a fairytale fever dream.

Artist Rico Nasty posted on Instagram the night of, announcing she would be guest appearing at Shrek Rave along with fellow famous creators such as Sarah Lugor.

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If you're looking for an unforgettable glamping experience in the state of California, then this is the spot for you.

The Area 55 Futuro House in Joshua Tree, California is truly unlike any other Airbnb you have ever seen, as it takes the shape of a futuristic spaceship and features everything you need for a relaxing vacation away from society.

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Rooftop Cinema Club is returning to L.A. this month with a pop-up drive-in that will take place right beside the runway at the Santa Monica Airport — and it looks as cool as it sounds. 

Set on a sprawling lot on the edge of the tarmac, the “We Love L.A.” series kicks off later this month with screenings of some of the most iconic movies set in The City of Angels like Grease, Clueless, Pulp Fiction, La La Land and Love & Basketball.

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Attention all bibliophiles: If you want to take a break from reading on your couch, you'll want to put the world's largest outdoor bookstore on your bucket list. 

Situated in a pristine valley surrounded by forests and mountains just a 90-minute drive north of Los Angeles, Bart's Books holds the title and it's a book lover's paradise.

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The most unique Airbnb stay in Los Angeles might just be this Topanga Canyon guest house that looks straight out of an adventure movie.

Narcity may receive a portion of sales if you purchase something from this article, which was created independently by Narcity's editorial team just for you.

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Winter in Southern California is perfect for romantic outdoor date possibilities since the weather doesn't get as cold as it does in other parts of the country.

Here are seven super cute (and super Californian) winter date ideas for you and your partner to go on this holiday season.

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A Southern California opera company has taken a Mozart opera and changed it up, making it way more relatable to the current times.

Pacific Opera Project is putting on a live production of Mozart's "Cosi fan Tutte" calling it "COVID fan Tutte," and you can watch it drive-in style at their outdoor theater in Camarillo.

The production is a part of their "COVID Programs" of coronavirus-themed live opera performance. 

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A gigantic winter wonderland is coming to Los Angeles next month, confirming that holiday cheer WILL be available in California this year after all.

WonderLAnd is a massive drive-thru show setting up shop in Woodland Hills, where you'll drive through new open-air installations, tunnels filled with lights, elaborate sets, and immersive stories.

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Live comedy is back in Los Angeles, but you're going to need a car to attend.

Like many other COVID-friendly things going on across the city, this comedy show is a drive-in experience, at The Rose Bowl Drive-In in Pasadena.

The Saturday night show is sold out, but you can buy tickets now for the matinée show.

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For the first time in history, the American Horror Story murder house is opening its doors to the public. Well, virtually. 

The house, located in Los Angeles, will be open for a three-day, 24-hour live stream hosted by the homeowners, Dr. Ernst von Schwarz and his wife Angela Oakenfold, according to the press release.

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Halloween at Disneyland isn't happening this year as theme parks in California remain closed due to COVID-19, but some homeowners in Burbank are doing what they can to alleviate the pain.

The homeowners have extravagantly decked out the exterior of their house in what looks like a Disney villain's paradise.

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Lush greenery turns into an underwater dreamscape at GLOW, the new light exhibit coming this winter to South Coast Botanic Garden, located about 40 minutes outside of Los Angeles.  

GLOW is a visually extraordinary art installation that will use thousands of lights to transform the botanic garden into an oceanic scene, for their "Garden Lights And Ocean Waters" theme.

The colorful lights will be placed amongst the trees and plants, illuminating them in all different colors, to make you feel like you are under a psychedelic sea.

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