500 Dates of Summer

500 Dates of Summer

Disneyland Resort

Been a while since you’ve ventured out to The Happiest Place on Earth? With new rides, like
The Little Mermaid ~ Ariel’s Undersea Adventure, and makeovers to the classics, like Star Tours, there’s no time like the present to visit the Disneyland Resort! Get your friends together for an early morning huddle to plan your ride agenda for the day, and strategically choose which rides you’ll need a FASTPASS. In between rides, go on a character scavenger hunt/photo shoot and snap fun and crazy pics with your favorite Disney characters! C’mon, who doesn’t want to snag a kiss with Aladdin and post it as her Facebook profile pic?
 
Before you line up to ride Indiana Jones™ Adventure, stop by the Tiki Juice Bar for an ice-cold Dol
e Pineapple Whip. It’s tangy, pineapple-y awesomeness in your mouth that is sure to beat the inevitable heat of SoCal.
 
Details:
Address: 1313 S. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92802
Hours: As early as 8 a.m. to as late as midnight. Check the Disneyland calendar for exact times  
Price: $76 each (Psst, check to see if your university or parents’ companies have any deals on tickets. You might save enough to cover lunch!)


 

500 Dates of Summer

The Grammy Museum

Couldn’t get the tickets to the must-see summer concert? Here’s the next best thing. Grab a bite to eat at L.A. Live and go to The Grammy Museum. Yeah, you heard ME right, a museum. This one isn’t your typical stroll down ancient memory lane. The Grammy Museum is a fun, interactive venue full of the kind of history you can can dance to! While you explore, don’t miss the third floor’s all-access pass to everything that has to do with the Grammys. Take a gander at the Grammy trophies and then drool over some of the most memorable Grammy outfits, including dresses worn by Taylor Swift and Jennifer Lopez. Catch a performance, like Andy Grammer’s Homegrown appearance, in the Clive Davis Theater. It’s a super intimate, 200-seat theater that really gives you access to artists in a unique, memorable way.
 
Other highlights, the John Lennon, Songwriter exhibit lets you mix your own version of classics like “Give Peace a Chance.” You can get your Glee on and lay down your own vocal tracks! Speaking of Glee, check out the exhibit dedicated to Rachel Berry’s (Lea Michele) idol, Barbra Streisand.
 
Psst, after a day of fun and music, see if you can catch your fave performer at the back of the Staples Center or at the tour bus area. Don’t forget your Sharpie!
 
Details:
Address: 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, California 
Regular Hours: Monday – Friday 11:30am – 7:30pm, Saturday – Sunday 10:00am – 7:30pm
Price: 10.95-$12.95 (bring your school ID for the student rate)


 

 

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