5 Things to Do in June 2018
A month ago, I posted the 5 things to do in June, including this month’s top 5 most popular destinations.
But this time around, we’re talking about a whole month of new events, places and activities in the world of online entertainment.
If you’re looking for something to do and want to see it live, check out my new calendar and check out our picks for best summer festivals, most beautiful beaches and most memorable concerts.
In other news, here are my top 5 things that will get you through June 2018: The New Year’s Day parade (April 19) is going to be bigger and better than ever.
I know this, because I went, and it’s the biggest and best parade in the country.
For the first time ever, the Los Angeles County Fair is bringing the biggest parade in American history, with a parade featuring more than 2 million people, more than 20,000 floats, 2,000 cars and more than 70,000 horses.
That’s more than 10,000 vehicles and 50,000 people, which is crazy.
If that’s not enough to make you crazy, check this out.
And if you want to try out the new technology at the fair, you can find free rides and rides on horseback and some amazing interactive apps.
And don’t forget to check out the newest festival and music series, which features such performers as Lady Gaga and the Black Eyed Peas, among others.
Plus, check in with my Top 10 best movie and TV shows of the month, where I picked the best movies and TV series for the month of June and the movies and shows that deserve your attention.
Here’s what I wrote about the May event: On Saturday, May 2, the L.A. County Fairgrounds in Pasadena, California, will hold its largest annual outdoor event in its nearly 80-year history, featuring more events than ever, including an aerial ballooning show and a huge live music event.
The event includes an array of musical acts, including The Black Eyeds, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Usher, Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga.
As for the most memorable moments, I have to go with the amazing performance by The Black Keys during their annual Summer of Love festival, which was one of the most spectacular musical performances I’ve ever seen.
As part of their “Summer of Love” tour, The Black Lips and The Blackened Hearts performed at the Pasadena Fairgrounds, where they performed on stage with more than 15,000 fans in the audience.
While I can’t say for sure if Lady Gaga’s performance was the best, it certainly had a huge impact on me.
In addition to the show, Lady Gaga has performed at other L.E.C.F. events in recent years, including the annual Summerfest.
She was also the star of the music video for “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.”
This was also her first appearance in front of the crowd at the Fairgrounds.
On Sunday, May 3, you’ll have another opportunity to see Lady Gaga perform.
In a show that features live music from the likes of the Chainsmokers, Beyonce, Ariana Grande, Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Katy Beck and more, Lady, along with the entire Lady Gaga Family, will perform at the Los Altos Theatre.
The L.O.C., which is the Los Alamos Science Center and is located near the fairgrounds, is an iconic landmark on the L, and the festival is packed with thousands of people.
It will be one of my top events of the year, and I’m so excited to see this amazing event unfold.
If this isn’t your thing, check back on Monday, May 4 to see the newest L.P.S.O., a new science museum that is taking over the L’Angeau.
If the summer is a time to celebrate, then you might be lucky enough to get a chance to catch some of the best shows of June, with my new Top 10 list of the top 5.
This article originally appeared on Entertainment Weekly.