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SantaCon Revelers Braved the Rain for Yesterday's Merry-making

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Yesterday the band of merry-making misfits bedecked in red and white (and other creative adaptations) Santa suits hit the rainy streets of Los Angeles for the annual SantaCon. They started at Philippe's in Downtown, and made their way to various points throughout the day. Although they stopped inside spots to get dry, staying dry wasn't on the menu; looks like the Santas had plenty opportunities to get their drink on. Luckily they were moving around town via Metro, so there were no drunken sleigh crashes affiliated with the outing.

Will the Santas venture out again? Could be... Follow LA Santacon on Twitter for updates. In the meantime, check out a few of the photos current events shared with us via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr.