4th Annual Holiday Lighting of the Venice Sign Presented by The Venice Whaler
4th Annual Holiday Lighting of the Venice Sign & Block Party Presented by The Venice Whaler
***Presented by the Venice Whaler***
Join the Venice Chamber of Commerce, special guests and your community for what has become a beloved tradition of changing the lights on the Venice Sign from white to red and green for the holidays!
For the 4th year running, Windward Avenue east of Pacific Avenue will be closed for the event to include live music, a poster contest and activities for the whole family.
We will also be collecting toys for the 9th Annual Muscle Beach Toy Drive (in conjunction with the LAPD Pacific Division & Pacific Area Boosters) and the Great Venice Toy Drive.
Thank you to our 2015 Sponsors & Supporters:
Venice Breeze Suites, James Beach, Yo Venice, General Real Estate Management, Scott Spector, Beach Mobile, Venice Free Ride, Burn Fitness, Rasta Bus, Goldcoast Properties, The Erwin, Larry's, Google, Pardee Properties, Peak 6, Huzzah Toys, Mennotti's, Venice Art Block, , The Teen Project, Venice Arts Council, Venice Japanese American Memorial, Community Police Advisory Board, LAPD, VNC, Venice Family Clinic, Amplify, Sidewalk Café, Zambezi LA, Venice Beach Suites , Samesun Venice, Ashland Hill and 1st Century Bank, Sponsor of the inaugural MY Venice Holiday Poster Contest.
Sponsor/table opportunities available. Download sponsor information here.
Contact 310.822.5425 or email email@example.com to place your pledge or
Watch a video from the 2014 event.
Check out photos from the 2014 event.
The Venice Sign, a federally registered trademark of the Venice Chamber of Commerce and Venice?s most iconic symbol, attracts thousands of tourists to Venice. Spanning across Windward Avenue at Pacific, the sign is a modern day replica of the one originally installed in 1905 by the legendary Abbot Kinney. It is a defining symbol of Venice, past and present.
In 2007, the Venice Sign Restoration Project recreated and installed the contemporary version of this historic sign. Since that time the Venice Chamber has been responsible for maintaining the sign and for protecting its trademark.