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What’s Going on This Summer in Marina Del Rey



If you’re wondering what’s going on this summer in Marina Del Rey, you’ve come to the right place. This summer, you can enjoy a variety of fun events great for the whole family!


Here are some of the top activities to enjoy this summer in Marina Del Rey.


Whale Watching

Santa Monica Bay, off Marina del Rey, offers grey and humpback whales a pass-through on their annual migration. Departs daily at 10 a.m. and an additional 1:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Advance bookings (recommended) are available online or call 310-822-3625.


Floating Vinyasa Flow Class

Take a 90-minute class with YOGAqua and make the ocean your yoga mat! In this class, students receive detailed instruction for the paddleboard as they are taken through a Vinyasa Yoga flow. Classes are open to all levels. Classes are held weekly including a sunrise and sunset paddle on certain days.


Beach Eats Food Trucks

Beach Eats is a weekly food truck event at Marina “Mother’s” Beach on summer Thursdays, 5:00 to 9:00 p.m, May 12 through October 27, offering the hottest food trucks of Los Angeles.


Salsa Dancing at the Warehouse

The Warehouse is a Marina del Rey restaurant that offers steak, seafood, and American food in a Polynesian-themed waterfront atmosphere. Every Friday night, salsa dancing including free lessons is held starting at 9 p.m. with a $15 cover charge at 10 p.m.


Sinder Lounge Specials

Located in the Marina del Rey Marriott is Snider, a popular restaurant featuring weekly drink specials, including:


  • $10 Tito’s Vodka Mule Mondays every Monday, 5 p.m.-close.

  • Taco Tuesdays at 5-8 p.m. and fill your belly with $3 street tacos, $8 beers, and $10 margaritas.

  • “Off the Clock” Fridays, 4-6 p.m. with half-off house wines, well drinks and draft beers.

Explore Marina del Rey

You can find Los Angeles’ very own Marina del Rey along the Los Angeles coast, 4 miles south of Santa Monica. Take the 90 West from the 405, and you’ll find that it will take you right into the heart of Marina del Rey.


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