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Steampunk Symposium


$45 per person. For access to all three days, opt for the 3-Day Pass at around $85 each. And for the ultimate steampunk experience, go all out with the Queen’s Package at around $595, which includes a room and full access to all events throughout Her Royal Majesty’s Steampunk Symposium.


Friday, Jan. 10

Saturday, Jan 11

Sunday, Jan 12


1126 Queens Highway • Long Beach, CA 90802

Event Description

Her Royal Majesty’s Steampunk Symposium is one of the biggest Steampunk conferences and festivals in the world. Held each year over the course of a weekend in January, the Steampunk Symposium is hosted aboard the legendary Queen Mary in Long Beach, California.

Performances at Her Royal Majesty’s Steampunk Symposium showcase variety acts and eclectic sets by Alchemy, SkyKing Raptors, and the Washing Well Wenches. In addition to the shows, the Steampunk Symposium invites guests to take part in interactive murder mysteries and live action role-playing games.


Diana: Legacy of a Princess

$13.95 – $29.95
Friday, Jan. 10 (10am)
Saturday, Jan. 11 (10am)
Sunday, Jan. 12 (10am)
The Queen Mary
1126 Queens Highway
(800) 437-2934
Event Description
The elaborate Diana gallery chronicles the House of Windsor’s public and private lives, from personal artifacts and family heirlooms to newspaper articles, photographs and more. Princess Diana changed the face of British royalty forever and appropriately takes center stage in this inspired collection. The expanded showcase is a panorama of fashion worn by Diana from 1980 to 1995 – an ode to the woman whose charitable spirit, grace and compassion endeared and inspired.Exhibit open Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Last entrance allowed one hour prior to closing.For more information, please visit our website or call (877) 342-0742 or e-mail us at


DDM (Dance Disaster Movement), Wild Pack of Canaries, and Dirt Dress with special quest DJ Chris Zeigler


$10 Ages 21+


Friday, Jan 10 (9pm, doors open at 8pm)


at Alex’s Bar

2913 E Anaheim St

Long Beach, CA 90804

(562) 434-8292

Event Description

About DDM: Through a strange telepathic connection, Matt Howze met Kevin Litrow in 1999. It was a cold stormy night in California. A few nights before, Kevin was seduced by pulsating repeating rythms in a dream. The words “brain beat” kept appearing in bright colors, which then would slowly transform into the words “body beat.” He didn’t wake up in a frenzy. Instead he awoke with the big question, “What does “body beat” mean?” The following day he was so weirded out he decided to go have his dreams interpreted by a dream specialist. (To read more click on link above.)

The Peking Acrobats


Saturday, Jan. 11 (8pm—10pm)
Saturday, Jan. 11 (2pm—4pm)
Carpenter Performing Arts Center
6200 Atherton St
(562) 985-7000
 Event DescriptionExperience the spellbinding feats of The Peking Acrobats! Rooted in more than 2,000 years of history and tradition, acrobatics is a rich and esteemed art form in China—delicate and masterful as well as athletic and entertaining— influenced by myth and religion. A legacy of superb talent and rigorous training, they amaze sold-out crowds wherever they perform!For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 985-7000 or e-mail us at

Service Your Soul Sundays: Diner Show with Blues and Soul Food Hosted by and Hunter & the Dirty Jacks




Sunday, Jan 12 (5pm, doors open at 4pm)



201 E. Broadway

Long Beach, Ca 90802

*Beneath Congregation Ale House, Promenade side entrance

Event Description

Get there early and get the GOOD STUFF!!

Hunter & the Dirty Jacks have been performing in and around Los Angeles for just over a year but are already gaining steam as one of the nations premier blues and rock bands. With the power of a locomotive melting tracks they drive every note home.

Duke and the Renaissance

Sunday, Jan. 12 (2pm—5pm)
Museum of African American Art
4005 Crenshaw Blvd
Event DescriptionLong Beach Opera is collaborating with the Museum of African American Art for a glamorous afternoon of art, jazz and dessert as we gear up for Ellington’s only opera.A guided museum tour of the Palmer Hayden collection, Ellington song standards, an introduction to the Harlem Renaissance and Queenie Pie opera excerpts are paired with bubbly drinks and pie (what else?) for our spectacular tribute to an American icon and a rich era of art, literature and music.Tickets are available through the box office (562.432.4934) or at the door.For more information, please visit our website or call (562) 432-5934 or e-mail us at


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