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.
Pacific Park Reopens In Santa Monica!
“Once again visitors will be able to make a ride on the Ferris wheel and roller coaster at the end of the pier! Just in time for summer. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the mini amusement park will limit its guest capacity in order to allow for social distancing and require face masks. All visitors are encouraged to go online and buy tickets for the attractions ahead of time.”
15 Of The Most Romantic Date Spots Around L.A.
“Here is another classic L.A. experience is admiring the neon-kissed pier and watching the waves crash into the sands below. The nostalgia of the Ferris wheel and rides is irresistibly romantic.”
“Another memorable experience that can’t be missed is the Santa Monica Pier, where you can find the Pacific Park amusement park complete with a fun solar-powered Ferris wheel, a mild roller coaster, midway games, carnival rides, food and snack stands, and endless entertainment overlooking the glittering ocean.”
Photo courtesy of @briancdouglas
Santa Monica Mirror
Pacific Park Celebrates 25th Anniversary
“Since 1996 the two-acre amusement park has entertained more than 25 million guests, provided over 60 million rides on its 12 classic boardwalk attractions–including the believed Pacific Wheel and The West Coaster– awarded more than 4.75 million pieces of plush and prizes at the midway games. The Park also spun over 1.1 million pieces of cotton candy, scooped more than 105,000 gallons of ice cream and brewed over a perky 1.6 million cups of coffee.”
Saweetie Busks for ‘donations’ in L.A.
“The rapper — who’s fresh off a very public breakup with Quavo — was out at the Santa Monica Pier Friday … where she put on an impromptu performance for anyone who was nearby. She did at least a couple songs … “My Type” and her new single, “Fast (Motion).””
NBC Los Angeles
Landmarks Will Dim Their Lights for Earth Hour
“The World Wildlife Fund is behind the eye-catching event, which began in Sydney in 2007 but soon popped up in several other cities around the globe… The Pacific Wheel at Santa Monica Pier is a regular participant, and it will join in again by shutting down its famous LED lights for the 2021 event (there are 174,000 of those, for people counting at home).”
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.
Feature image courtesy of @agaborn