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Love in L.A.

What better place to say “I love you” than the City of Angels? Here are three great ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in downtown L.A.:

Candlelight: Valentine’s Day Special – Broadway's Greatest Love Songs

Monday, February 14, at 6:30 P.M. and 8 P.M.

Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 3300 Wilshire Blvd

Part of a series of candlelight concerts, this Valentine’s Day event will feature acclaimed pianist Michael Sobie and singers Jason Michael Snow and Bianca Gisselle performing an hour-long line-up of Broadway’s most romantic hits.


Blue Ribbon Garden

Daily, early morning – late evening

Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 S Grand Ave

The Blue Ribbon Garden, perched atop Walt Disney Concert Hall, provides a leafy haven within L.A.’s concrete jungle. Relax with your beloved amid the foliage, marvel at the rose-shaped Delft China fountain, and explore the concert hall’s dazzling exterior architecture.


Lovers' Lane High Tea

Daily throughout February, 2 – 4 P.M.

Lilly Rose, 813 Flower St

Sweeter than chocolate, softer than roses, delicious cocktails and tea cakes are what Lilly Rose proposes. It’s a date, lovebirds! Join us this February at Lilly Rose for High Tea, featuring our one-of-a-kind tea cocktails, Love Me Tinder and Mint To Be. Ditching love this year? Enjoy our singles' awareness cocktails, P.X I Love You and Red Flag, available all month long at Lilly Rose.