Go Little Tokyo Unwraps a Month Full of Frightful
Events for Haunted Little Tokyo October 5 - 31
Culminating with a Frightfully-Fun Costume Party Oct. 27 on 2nd Street in DTLA
Little Tokyo is putting on its own costume this Halloween season as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a spooktacular second year on select nights starting October 5 - October 31, 2018. Ghosts of all ages are invited if they dare to experience the monstrous fun awaiting them in Haunted Little Tokyo with pumpkin patches, trick-or-treating, spooky sounds, ghoulish games, free Halloween movie screenings, ‘haunted’ walking tours, themed specials, and more ending with a frightfully-fun block party and costume contest on Saturday, Oct. 27. Haunted Little Tokyo was started by the owners of Cafe Dulce and Wolf and Crane who believed that a month of community events would provide the boost in sales that many of the local businesses needed to survive the autumn slump. Since then, over 40 small business owners in the Little Tokyo neighborhood and around Los Angeles have joined their vision in making this community a go-to destination during the month of October.
Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, CA
Tickets and registration vary; some activations are free. For pricing and more information visit www.hauntedlittletokyo.com
Haunted Little Tokyo is presented by the Little Tokyo Community Council and Council District 14: Councilmember José Huizar, and produced by Cafe Dulce, Wolf & Crane, Anime Jungle, Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement, Community Arts Resources, Go Little Tokyo, Hello Stranger, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Japanese American National Museum, Kasih, LEAP (Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics), Little Tokyo Business Association, Little Tokyo Service Center Small Business Assistance, Little Tokyo Historical Society (LTHS), Little Tokyo Vibes, Sustainable Little Tokyo, Tasty Designs, Visual Communications
ABOUT GO LITTLE TOKYO
Go Little Tokyo is a community-led effort aimed at highlighting the unique cultural programs, community events, and dining and shopping experiences found in Little Tokyo. As one of Los Angeles’ most vibrant cultural hubs, there is an abundance of destinations and landmarks in and around this historic walkable neighborhood and Go Little Tokyo will help you uncover them. Go Little Tokyo is a Little Tokyo Community Council (LTCC) project developed and produced by Community Arts Resources (CARS) and made possible with support from Metro. For more information, visit: http://www.golittletokyo.com/.