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Yes, over 3,500 tick­ets sold to the first ANNUAL (we hope!) Sipur­bia last May. And it was a riot.

We may have had a bit of wine when we broad­cast that video BUT we did it for you! We did it so you could know how much fun you could have just chill­ing for a change with­out hav­ing to wor­ry about all the par­en­ty stuff or do any adult­ing for an afternoon.

So, good news. Sipur­bia is back.

That’s right SAVE THE DATEApril 27 from 3–7pm — and VIP guests get one hour extra to hang because doors open at 2pm for those tick­et holders.

If you did­n’t go last year and you had to sit through all the sto­ries of how much fun your friends had, now you too can show up and par­take in even more fun because this year will be even bet­ter than last and I’ll tell you why.

Last year was founder, Dar­ren Miller’s, first time putting on this event. No one knew what to expect. Tons of free beer and wine with tons of peo­ple, some of whom would surly get much too intox­i­cat­ed. Some naysay­ers (or peo­ple who’ve been around the block before par­ent­hood) may have thought that this was a recipe for dis­as­ter. Some of his friends may have thought he was in over his head. Some may have thought it would be an uncon­trol­lable booze fest but it turns out they were all wrong. Peo­ple behaved. It turns out those out of con­trol frat boys and jocks have grown up and learned to han­dle their liquor.

Every­one enjoyed them­selves A LOT and the result was the buzz cir­cu­lat­ing for weeks after that super fun afternoon.

But some ter­ri­ble stuff hap­pened to our com­mu­ni­ty between then and now. We had a hor­rif­ic shoot­ing. We had a fire that wiped out peo­ple’s whole lives and the beau­ti­ful struc­tures of Para­mount Ranch that was the site of the orig­i­nal Sipur­bia, are now gone as a result of that fire, the Woolsey Fire.

But this com­mu­ni­ty sprang back and the sup­port peo­ple offered one anoth­er to rebuild was hero­ic and, for months, I felt like I lived in a bub­ble of tears as sto­ries kept sur­fac­ing of kind­ness, courage and sup­port. It’s unfor­tu­nate that it some­times takes a tragedy to show you the beau­ty of human­i­ty and its inde­fati­ga­ble spirit.

So, Dar­ren had to find anoth­er site to host this year’s trib­ute to that spir­it. A state­ment that we are in this togeth­er and we will cel­e­brate the lives we’ve built and the suf­fer­ing we’ve sur­vived, together.

So this is what he found:

And although this video is from 2015, it’s going to be this green again because, you know, all the crazy rain we’ve been hav­ing in this area.

Also new this year is a Des­ig­nat­ed Dri­ver tick­et for your super respon­si­ble friend who wants to lis­ten to fan­tas­tic music, flirt with the hot­ties and do a good deed. For VIP tick­et hold­ers, pre­mi­um dis­tilled spir­its are avail­able for unlim­it­ed tast­ings, as are com­pli­men­ta­ry snacks. Also new: 50 valet park­ing tick­ets are being offered for $30 a car in a sep­a­rate entrance. This might be worth it, if you hate to wait to get out of a packed park­ing lot or walk after park­ing far away. If you car­pool, you can split this with your friends.

Every­one wants a piece of this year’s adults-only par­ty because of the huge suc­cess of last year, so there’s even MORE beer and wine ven­dors (J. Lohr, yay!) and even MORE ven­dors show­cas­ing their prod­ucts and giv­ing deals to par­ty-goers. There’s going to be fun raf­fle prizes, like “Girls Night Out” bas­kets and the hard booze is new too but only avail­able in the VIP section.

Plus L.A. Fam­i­ly Trav­el read­ers and their friends get a dis­count, so yay! Just put in the code LAFAM20 to get 20% off your tickets.

So get your VIP tick­ets (these are lim­it­ed so if you’re think­ing about it, think how much a date of this dura­tion would cost with food, alco­hol and music and you’ll see what a good deal this is) or your Gen­er­al Admis­sion tick­ets or any oth­er tick­ets you want. It’s going to be a great time and even though you’re doing it to have a great time, you can feel great about it because you’re also ben­e­fit­ting a great cause.