Pacific Park is regularly featured in news articles, vlogs, and the media. Below are our picks for the top news and blogs mentioning Pacific Park and the Santa Monica Pier for April – June, 2020.
Fashion Gone Rogue
“Photographer Joe Diez heads to Santa Monica’s Pacific Park for FGR’s most recent exclusive. Starring model Kenzie Spooner, a fashion shoot focuses on vibrant dresses perfect for spring. Diez also styles the blonde in colorful fashions from brands such as Ted Baker, Givenchy and Miu Miu. For beauty, hair and makeup artist Melissa Tolentino works on Kenzie’s polished waves and glossy pink lips.”
“The Pacific Wheel on the Santa Monica Pier is illuminated in blue lights as part of the #LightItBlue for Health Workers movement on April 9 in California. “
“Winnipeg’s Mise en Scene have made their return with a lyric video for their new track “Angel.” The new tune is a perfect mix of garage rock and dream pop, making for a killer ’90s tune that you’ll be sure to play on repeat… The accompanying lyric video follows the pair as they roam the streets of LA at Venice Beach, Santa Monica Pier, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.”
“The artifacts below are souvenirs we love, some for obvious reasons, some for associated memories known to only to ourselves. We asked readers to share (and added a few from Times staffers) because this seems like a good time to remind ourselves of where we’ve been…. ‘I had never been to the pier so we went, we rode the Ferris wheel, and he pumped more money into playing the games to win me plush-toy prizes, including “Rasta Banana” and a one-eyed monster.'”
Big 7 Travel
“The colourful silhouette of the 85-foot Ferris wheel as the sun sets is truly a sight to see. It’s no wonder this is such a famous place to watch the sunset in California. The Santa Monica Pier, at the end of the historic Route 66 in Santa Monica, actually consists of two piers: one built in 1909 and the other in 1916. The second pier is home to the famous Pacific Park, which houses the world’s only solar-powered Ferris wheel.”
The Points Guy
“The Santa Monica Pier and surrounding beach, often used for TV and movie scenes, are a must-see. On the sand near the pier, locals and visitors can show off their skills bouncing on a springy tightrope, rolling across the sand in giant inflatable “hamster balls” and swinging on giant monkey bars. On the pier, enjoy the rides at Pacific Park throughout the day and into the night. Restaurants and shops help entertain those who might be less ride-inclined.”
Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier has been featured in over 1,000 movies, TV shows and music videos, and is regularly featured in the press. As the most Instagrammed location in Los Angeles, the Pier regularly hosts social media influencers, Twitch streamers, YouTubers, and content creators. For more information on partnering with Pacific Park, read about media inquiries for the Santa Monica Pier.