Fisherman’s Village is a replica of a New England seaport and fishing town. You can stroll the quiet harborfront to enjoy views of the Marina, passing sailboats, and wildlife. There are several restaurants, the Marina del Rey Historical Society’s exhibit space, and a smattering of shops. Free live music is offered on the plaza on Saturday and Sunday afternoons year-round (weather depending); find the current lineup below or in our events calendar. The village is the boarding place for Hornblower’s year-round dining cruises and Marina del Rey Parasailing (closed November-February), as well as one of the Marina’s destinations for hourly and daily rentals of sailing and power boats, jet skis, kayaks, and paddleboards. Fisherman’s Village also serves as one of eight pick-up/drop-off locations for the Water Bus (operates during the summer only). Parking is available onsite for $2 (up to 2 hours), $4 ( 2-4 hours) with a daily max of $8.
Fisherman’s Village is now offering “Thursdays are the new Fridays” with live music from 6-9 p.m. every Thursday at the plaza.
Thursday, Sept. 2: Tadg Galleran – Blues/Jazz
Thursday, Sept. 9: Haile Blackman – Reggae
Thursday, Sept. 16: Weather the Storm – Folk/Singer-Songwriter
Thursday, Sept. 23: Martin “Sonnie” Bennett – Blues
Thursday, Sept. 30: Izmskzm – Reggae