Part of the annual Old Spanish Days Fiesta celebration, from Wednesday, August 5th to Saturday, August 8th locals and visitors alike are invited to relax, sip a cold cerveza, margarita, or glass of wine and celebrate at the home of Fiesta - the Casa de la Guerra.
VIVA LA MUSIC STAGE
Presented by New Noise Santa Barbara
Experience some of the best live music in the heart of Old Spanish Days Fiesta!
Wednesday, August 5
8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Live Music by Spencer the Gardener (CA Indie-Pop/
Latin Tinged/Genre Bending Music) with Matt Armor (Americana)
Thursday, August 6
8:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. Live Music by Victor Vega & The Bomb (Funk/R&B/Soul)
with The Traveling Hurtados (Covers/Rock)
Friday, August 7
Day: DJ Sparx (join DJ Sparx at the Cantina as we celebrate the Fiesta parade)
8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Live Music by The Upbeat (Ska/Reggae) and Guests
Saturday, August 8
Day: Live Music by Vincent Zorn (Gypsy Rumba Guitar)
8:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. Live Music by The Caverns (Rock) with Omar Velasco (Rock)
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Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation
The Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation (SBTHP) works to protect, preserve, restore, reconstruct, and interpret historic sites in Santa Barbara County. Founded in 1963 by Dr. Pearl Chase and other concerned community leaders, SBTHP operates El Presidio de Santa Bárbara State Historic Park—Santa Barbara’s 18th century birthplace—under a unique agreement with California State Parks and purchased the neighboring building that housed Jimmy’s Oriental Gardens, providing an opportunity to interpret the history of Santa Barbara’s Asian American community in the Presidio Neighborhood. SBTHP owns and operates Casa de la Guerra, the 1820s home of Presidio Comandante José de la Guerra and his family—the restored house is now a museum featuring original furnishings and rotating exhibits. SBTHP recently signed an agreement with State Parks to manage and develop the Santa Inés Mission Mills, located near the town of Solvang, as a future California State Park. With the help of continuing education programs and exhibits, SBTHP strives to encourage community involvement and foster an appreciation for Santa Barbara County’s distinct history.