What You Missed: Tet Festival & Parade, Reverend Horton Heat, JFK, Super Bowl Party Shots

What'd you miss this weekend? We checked out the Tet Festival and Parade, Reverend Horton Heat's show in Anaheim, JFK of MSTRKRFT deejaying at the newly named City National Grove of Anaheim . . . and our Dallas brethren have shared some awesome Super Bowl party shots with us.

After the jump: More photos, more info, more links.

This dude: Having fun.
This dude: Having fun.
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JFK of MTSRKRFT performed at the City National Grove of Anaheim on Feb. 5, 2011. DSeven also performed. See all the photos here!

What You Missed: Tet Festival & Parade, Reverend Horton Heat, JFK, Super Bowl Party Shots
Mary Bell/OC Weekly

The city of Westminster welcomed in the lunar new year with an annual parade that kicked off at the corner of Bolsa and Magnolia. Last year, the participation of various LGBT Vietnamese groups in the parade was boycotted by some religious leaders. This year, the LGBT groups were back in force. See all the photos here!

What You Missed: Tet Festival & Parade, Reverend Horton Heat, JFK, Super Bowl Party Shots
Mary Bell/OC Weekly

The Reverend Horton Heat played the House of Blues in Anaheim on Fe. 5, 2011. Luis & the Wildfires opened. See the slideshow!

What You Missed: Tet Festival & Parade, Reverend Horton Heat, JFK, Super Bowl Party Shots
Mary Bell/OC Weekly

Happy Lunar New Year! The Tết Festival of Southern California is recognized as the world's largest Tết Festival outside of Vietnam. Now in its 30th year, the festival draws more than 100,000 visitors each year, offering traditional food, entertainment, games and all sorts of other customs. Click here for the slideshow.

And here's what you were waiting for: Gene Simmons, Pamela Anderson, Maxim and Playboy hosted several parties for Super Bowl XLV in Dallas. The celebs partied it up at the Bud Light Hotel, Fair Park and Axe Lounge in Dallas. Click here for the photos


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