Anaheim’s very own Major League team was featured in this 90s classic. (And a very young Joseph-Gordon Levitt, too.)
No, it’s not a new tongue twister, it’s what 25,111 Angels fans did at the 2015 Cinco de Mayo game. Our lively fans own six Guinness World Records for donning Santa hats, wrestling masks and more.
Rock history at the ACC
If these walls could talk. Opening in 1967, the Arena at the Anaheim Convention Center immediately became a top rockers’ destination: Jimi Hendrix (1968), Led Zeppelin and Jethro Tull (1969) and The Who (1970).
Gwen Stefani’s favorite eats
A 1987 graduate of Anaheim’s Loara High School, Stefani often returns for a taste of home at local hotspots Mama Cozza’s Italian Restaurant and Cortina’s Italian Market and Pizzeria.
"I’m going to Disneyland!”
A tradition that began in 1987, sports heroes—and especially Super Bowl winners—celebrate with victory trips to Disneyland or its sister resort in Florida.