Just in time for St. Patrick’s day the Venice Sign is now green!

Grab your friends and get a photo with the O’Venice Sign this St. Patrick’s Day!  @VeniceSign #VeniceBeachFun.  Then, head on over to the following local venues for some green drinks, food, live music, and more!  Click on link for St. Patrick’s Day event details, or view flyers below.


View video below of  the first time the Venice Sign was lit up in green  for  St Patrick’s Day in 2015.  


Thanks to Venice Chamber of Commerce, Alternative Lighting, and event producer George Francisco for lighting of the Venice Sign!   Click here to view the 1st ever St. Patrick’s Day O’Venice Sign lighting photos in 2015.

A little Venice History!

The legendary Abbot Kinney introduced the world to Venice in 1905 on the 4th of July. Spanning across Windward Avenue at Pacific (then Trolley Way), 3-foot high letters spelling VENICE glowed to electric life!

In 2007, the Venice Sign Restoration Project recreated and installed the contemporary version of this historic sign.  Since that time the Venice Chamber has been responsible for the Sign and for protecting its trademark.  View photos of the the June 24, 2007 Venice Fest (the lighting of the restored Venice Sign for the first time.)

Today this lasting legacy is restored across Windward Avenue as a tribute to the celebrated Venice of years past and modern day gateway to the world famous Venice Beach.

LOCATION:  80 Windward Ave.  Venice, CA 90291.    Metered parking on Windward Ave.  Parking lots on Windward Ave and  Speedway.  For more info, visit VeniceChamber.net


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