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Get Out: Truckit Fest, Festival Of Whales, Bootleg Dancing

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Keep On Truckin: Invasion of the food trucks continues with a kickoff to a new monthly gathering at Union Station called Truckit Fest. On the first Sunday of every month you can swarm around your favorite rolling treats or option for the VIP treatment: valet parking, early entry, no standing in lines, private lounge, table service. Isn't that called a restaurant? But wait! There's more! In addition to the food frenzy there will also be over 200 local artists selling their wares, beer & wine, 4 bands, a DJ and a rock climbing wall (reportedly). Price: $5, $45 VIP (Kids under 12 free) Union Station, 810 N. Alameda St. Los Angeles, CA 90012, 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Whale Tales: The 40th Annual Dana Point Festival of Whales arrives during this peak travel season -- expect 40 to 50 whales to pass by Dana Point each day "using the Dana Point Headland's 200-foot cliffs near the harbor as a landmark to check their migration path." Dana Point offers some of the best whale watching along the California Coast. Pick an excursion and be sure to visit the Headlands Conservation Park.

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