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The 3rd Annual South Bay Festival of the Arts on Saturday, June 22nd, is taking place from 11-5. The free Festival will feature a full day of amazing live entertainment, hands-on creative workshops for the whole family, and delicious food from eateries all around the South Bay!

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Not only is the South Bay home to a ton of the best restaurants and cafes in Southern California, it’s also home to unique wineries, breweries – and even tea rooms.

Throughout the Festival you’ll be able to sample some of the South Bay’s favorite foods and beverages that are sure to satisfy even the most discerning palates!

Food tickets will cost $3 each and are good for a tasting plate or a beverage (including beer or wine). Participating beverage vendors include:

AVE Winery

You might not realize it, but there’s a top-notch winery in the South Bay’s beachy backyard. AVE Winery uses hand-sorted grapes and specialized French traditions and techniques to craft their crème de la crème wines.  With an award-winning winemaker consultant, and a team who really knows their stuff, AVE Winery makes some of the finest wines in the world.


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Castle Rock Winery

At Castle Rock Winery, it’s all about quality and value. They believe that wine aficionados should be able to enjoy excellent wines at reasonable prices. Since 1994, they’ve been offering just that – award-winning wines at affordable prices.

Chado Tea Room

Chado Tea Room offers a tea tasting experience like nowhere else. With over 350 loose leaf teas to choose from, plus a delectable array of sandwiches, scones, and freshly baked desserts, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf – Skypark

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is a Southern California original! Founder Herb Hyman opened his first store in 1963 where he began importing and roasting coffee. Over the years, this once-small coffee business grew into the massive chain we all know (and love) today, connecting loyal coffee-loving customers with carefully handcrafted beverages.


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Cuatro Dias

Located in California’s stunning Central Coast, Cuatro Dias Winery produces over 5000 cases of wine each year. With grapes sourced from the best vineyards in Paso Robles, San Miguel, Santa Barbara and more, Cuatro Dias Winery has produced premium wines since 2001.

Falkner Winery

Since 4th of July in 2000 Falkner Winery has been wowing visitors with award-winning wines and spectacular views of the Temecula Valley.

King Harbor Brewing

King Harbor Brewing Company started out in 2014 with the goal of brewing beer packed with unique flavors. They’re proud to offer beers with exciting flavor profiles that have been inspired by life in the South Bay. Stop on by for a taste!

OneHope Wine

OneHope was founded by eight friends with a lofty vision: to create exceptional products that inspire people to indulge while also doing good for the world. By partnering with nonprofit organizations all over the world to support causes that they, and their customers, care about. Plus, the wine ain’t bad either!

Plough Family Vineyards

What started as a hobby has blossomed into a passion and commitment to making the best small production, handcrafted wines in Solano County.

Red Car Brewery

Red Car Brewery, the first brewery in Torrance, is a staple of the community. Since opening in 2000, RCB has provided locals with a warm, welcoming place to enjoy delicious food, signature ales, and the company of friends.

Vista del Rey Vineyards

Six miles north of Paso Robles, near the eastern slope of the Santa Lucia Mountains you’ll find the rolling hill vineyards of Vista del Rey. This small mom and pop winery specializes in hospitality and offers a tasteful selection of gourmet food and wine accessories.



Food and Drink Tickets On Sale at the Festival

To buy food and drink tickets, go to the main ticket sale booth located at the Cultural Arts Center. Tickets are $3 each and will be good for one food or beverage item.

RSVP for the South Bay Festival of the Arts Today!

The South Bay Festival of the Arts is FREE for everyone to attend! It’s an all-day event featuring fine foods, craft beer, local artisans, and top-notch performers. Register today to let us know you’re coming!  We can’t wait to see you there!


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