The 18th Annual Great Los Angeles Air
Saturday February 22nd 2020 from 3pm - 8pm
$35 THROUGH FEBRUARY 21st
$40 AT THE GATE
Tickets Are Non-Refundable Charitable Contributions The Fort MacArthur Museum is proud to present what has become one of our most popular signature events. The Great Los Angeles Air Raid of 1942 is the museums celebration of one of the most fascinating and controversial events in Los Angeles History. A night when literally thousands of people both Military and Civilian were convinced that Los Angeles was being attacked from the air, and
even from space!!! What really happened that night is a debate that will probably go on for years, but for those of us it's
a time to remember the feeling of those early days of the World
War II. In February 1942, the realities of the second
world war was just starting to become evident here is the
southland. The Great LA Air Raid of 1942 is a
fundraiser for the Fort MacArthur Museum and attempts to recreate the atmosphere
of a 1942 social evening out, interrupted by the reality of war.
What to expect:
The Great LA Air Raid event is held outdoors, under the stars in the courtyard of the Fort MacArthur Museum. The weather along the Pacific Coast in February can be unpredictable and cold at times. There will be area heaters around the dance floor, so bring coat, a camera, and your dancing shoes for a truly unforgettable night.... oh!, and watch out for little green men.
THE WEATHER IN FEBRUARY IS UNPREDICTABLE... HOWEVER, THE GREAT LOS ANGELES AIR RAID OF 1942 WILL TAKE PLACE RAIN OR SHINE!
How to get to the museum:
The Fort MacArthur Museum is Located in Angels Gate Park. 3601 S Gaffey Street,
San Pedro CA 90731 Phone 310-548-2631
From Los Angeles, take the 110 Freeway
South to the Gaffey Street exit. Turn left onto Gaffey and continue through the
city. When you reach the 25th street signal, stay to your left and continue
towards the ocean. As you round the second hill, look for the 36th Street
(Leavenworth Drive) entrance. Follow the access road to the museum's main gate.
To Maintain traffic flow, we ask that you do not park along the fence of
Leavenworth Drive, there's plenty of room in the parking lot.
*This program is
subject to change without notice, due to conditions beyond the control of the
Fort MacArthur Museum.*
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