The summertime food, art and music fest draws people from throughout Southern California to Santa Anita Park on select weekends in July and August.
It wouldn't be summer without an evening of al fresco dining and music under the stars at The Hollywood Bowl.
Conductor Brad Keimach leads his final concert with the Glendale Youth Orchestra and the culmination of their 30th season at The Alex Theatre on Sunday, May 19.
Located in Burbank's backyard, the Theodore Payne Foundation in Sun Valley boasts Wildflower Hill, showcasing several varieties of now-blooming wildflowers, along with a demonstration garden, an education center and a nursery for those interested in learning more about and planting their own California native plants and wildflowers.
Global artist Ai WeiWei's current "Life Cycle" installation closes March 3 at the contemporary art space in Los Angeles' Windsor Square. Major artists from the Marciano collection round out the stellar new art gallery's ongoing exhibitions.
With well-maintained gardens, a stellar library and art collection and the famous Rose Garden Tea Room, The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens provide year-round enjoyment for visitors.
North of Burbank, Vasquez Rocks is a popular daytime adventure for nature lovers and film and television buffs of all ages.
Open for nearly a year, Eataly L.A. is worth the drive across town, with fantastic restaurants, desserts, coffees and a market stocked with everything needed to make an amazing Italian meal at home.
A eight hour drive from Burbank, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon provides a unique and less crowded experience of one of the most popular National Parks in the country.
Page, AZ, is a good base camp for Glen Canyon National Recreation Center and Dam, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, the Navajo Bridge, Antelope Canyon, Rainbow Bridge, Vermilion Cliffs and Grand Staircase-Escalante.
Bryce Canyon National Park provides a scenic drive with multiple overlooks and some challenging and visually spectacular hikes through colorful sandstone hoodoos and naturally-formed amphitheaters, for a great way to Get Out of Town!
Seven hours drive from Burbank, Zion National Park is a scenic wonder with a range of experiences for visitors, from easy to extremely challenging.