Festivals in Shafter

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  • SBL Entertainment
    Named for the famed German soprano, Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall pays homage to a wealth of musicians during its slate of concerts. Throughout the year, the USBC music venue welcomes gospel choirs and symphonies to its stage, as well as wind ensembles that double as the venue’s air conditioning system.
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    1315 Music Building
    Santa Barbara, CA US
  • The Craft Festival
    Hand-thrown ceramic vases, custom-stained glass lamps, blown glass, and textiles. The Craft Festival's 200 booths boast the handcrafted bounty of artisans from seven western states. The festival, which takes place semi-annually in Reno and Las Vegas, sources strictly local work—you won't see anything imported or mass produced along its aisles. Instead, you'll find artists who are passionate about their craft, whether it's creating unique jewelry, custom painting T-shirts, or painting works of art.
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    1690 Ironwood Place
    Templeton, CA US
  • Eat This Shoot That
    The food and photo tours of Eat This, Shoot That! ensure guests leave with their memory cards full and their bellies fuller. Each walking tour covers about 1.5 miles in the Funk Zone, where guests sip, munch, and click their way through seven local eateries. Along the way, they'll pick up tips on how to perfectly frame a wood-fired pizza at Lucky Penny or capture the good side of a glass of chardonnay at Deep Sea Winery. Guests need only bring their smart phone or camera and a healthy appetite. Read more about the tour here.
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    1111 1st st
    Goleta, CA US
  • Tributefest
    What can you do when your favorite band or singer no longer performs live? Head to Santa Clarita's Central Park for Tributefest. Here, professional tribute bands play hits by some of the greatest musical acts on earth. In the past Hollywood U2 has provided audiences with a healthy dose of U2, and Queen Nation has paid homage to Freddy Mercury. In addition to music, Tributefest sates the masses with dozens of beers on tap and snacks from food trucks.
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    27150 Bouquet Canyon Rd.
    Santa Clarita, CA US
  • Santa Clarita City City Hall
    In the early 1990s, Santa Clarita's city officials set out to establish a one-of-a-kind celebration of the area's cowboy roots in art, music, film, and beyond. The Cowboy Festival was unveiled in 1994 and every year since has showcased the city's rugged Old West heritage. These days, the annual weekend-long event draws more than 10,000 visitors through the doors at Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio where Western fans young and old revel in the sights, sounds, and scenery of life decades ago, all without the risk of getting caught between two dueling horses. Of course, for most of the year the City of Santa Clarita is as modern as any Los Angeles suburb. Civic leaders take advantage of the region's plentiful, free sunshine to stage a variety of outdoor gatherings for residents and visitors, including concerts and public art projects the whole community can get involved in.
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    23920 Valencia Boulevard
    Santa Clarita, CA US
  • Wildling Museum
    If you're looking for a deep connection with nature, you could strap on hiking boots and head for the hills. Alternatively, you could head to Wildling Museum to catch glimpses of the wilderness as seen through the eyes of artists. Since opening in 2000, the museum has hosted more than 40 exhibitions such as the Santa Ynez River Watershed or Irish artist Patrick O?Hara?s Art of California Native Plants. Now located in modern, spacious quarters in Solvang, the museum also hosts workshops, lectures, and family events.
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    1511-B Mission Dr.
    Solvang, CA US

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