Los Angeles Fleet Week (Day 2)
Southern California’s newest end-of-summer tradition, LA Fleet Week is an annual, multi-day celebration of our nation’s Sea Services over the Labor Day Weekend. Free to the public, the multi-day event attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to the LA Waterfront in San Pedro. Visitors enjoy public ship tours, military displays and equipment demonstrations, a kids’ STEM Expo, aircraft flyovers, live entertainment, the 10th Annual Conquer the Bridge Labor Day morning 5.3-mile walk/run over the iconic Vincent Thomas Bridge, the Galley Wars culinary competition between military branches, and all-around fun for the entire family. All events are free. Please refer to LA Fleet Week’s website for further information.
LA FLEET WEEK® 2018 NAVY FILM FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARS OF NAVY IN HOLLYWOOD: Warner Grand Theatre.
Saturday, Sept. 1 – Marine Corps Night (Double Feature)
“Sands of Iwo Jima” – John Wayne WWII classic, 1949
“Battle: Los Angeles” – Marine Corps versus aliens in Los Angeles, 2011
Ticket sales start each day at 4:00 p.m., with doors opening at 4:30 p.m. Admission is free for all active military, veterans and children under three years, and $5.00 (cash only) for all others. For theater location, details and most up-to-date information, visit lafleetweek.com.