Tiny Porch Concerts at King Gillette Ranch (New Location) May to September 2019

In cooperation with the National Park Service, Tiny Porch Concerts will be presenting “Summer Concerts at Peter Strauss Ranch**.”  Set among the giant oak trees in Agoura Hills Canyon, the historic ranch is the venue for five, free concerts, running monthly from May through September. Music starts at 5pm, except the Sept 7th show that starts at 6pm. Limited seating available.


The concerts will feature double-bill performances at each event, as follows:

July 7: The Lonely Heartstring Band, with special guest Sparky & the Ancient Mariner

Aug 4: Alice Wallace with special guest Tanbark - Award winning Alice Wallace's vocals move seamlessly through folk, country and blues. The acoustic duo Tanbark use close vocal harmony to evoke a unique style reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac pop and Neil Young folk. Bring picnic and own beer or wine. The show runs 5-7:30pm, but come early to explore the grounds

Sept 7: Goodnight, Texas, with special guest The Deltaz (music starts at 6pm)

King Gillette Ranch is located at 26876 Mulholland Hwy, Calabasas

For additional information on performers, sponsorships and VIP Tickets, go to tinyporchconcerts.com.


2019 Free Concerts in the Park in Santa Barbara, Thursday Nights in July, August

Free concerts at Chase Palm Park in Santa Barbara on Thursday nights from 6-8:30pm during the month of July! All concerts are free to the public and held in the grassy meadow at Chase Palm Park on Cabrillo Blvd. between Garden and Calle Cesar Chavez Streets.

2019 Series Schedule

7/11: Area 51 - Rock, pop, fun and soul

7/18: Pop Gun Rerun - 80s music

7/25: Captain Cardiac and the Coronries - 50s/60s Rock n’ Roll

8/8: Lightnin’ Willie and the Poorboys - Blues Band

8/15: The Blue Breeze Band - Motown/R&B


The City of Thousand Oaks Presents the Pop-Up Arts & Music Festival - June 14-29, 2019

The City of Thousand Oaks will bring the second annual Pop-Up Arts & Music Festival to Thousand Oaks over three weekends in June.

As the name suggests, the festival will feature “pop-up” public performances and activities at a variety of locations throughout Thousand Oaks. The primary goal of the festival is to provide residents and visitors with an opportunity to actively participate in and enjoy the arts in unexpected and distinctive locations throughout the community. These sites will include small neighborhood parks, historical sites, and the Lakes.

City Manager Andrew Powers states “Last year we tried something new by bringing visual and performing arts directly into the community; and feedback was great. The City is proud to host this summer’s 2nd Pop-Up Series and once again showcase a wide array of accessible, family-oriented arts events.”

The Festival will feature seven free events over three weekends from June 14-29, 2019. In partnership with local arts organizations, the festival will include local and regional artistic talent, in addition to nationally recognized performing artists.

“The Pop-Up Arts & Music Festival spotlights the diversity of our local arts community and provides an opportunity for residents to come together in shared cultural experiences. This year we have created a lineup that we hope provides something for everyone.” Barry McComb, Cultural Affairs Director.

Events are free and open to all.

June 14, 7:00pm at Oakbrook Park, 2787 Erbes Rd, Thousand Oaks

Versa-Style Dance Company

A hip-hop dance company from Los Angeles that creates high energy dances using 90s hip-hop, popping, locking, whacking and boogaloo along with Afro-Latin styles such as salsa, merengue, cumbia and afro-cuban. Food trucks will be available.

June 15, 7:00pm at Triunfo Park, 980 Aranmoor Ave, Thousand Oaks

Movie night with a showing of Sing.

Activities start at 7:00 and movie will show at 8:00. Come enjoy food trucks and perform your own Karaoke with Mr. DJ before the movie.

June 21, 7:00pm at Thousand Oaks Community Park, 2525 Moorpark Rd, Thousand Oaks

Sir, Please with special guests

Sir Please is a young alternative rock group of five best friends whose differences in musical backgrounds and influences gel into a unique sound and style. Food truck will be available

June 22, 7:00pm at Stagecoach Museum Lawn, 51 S Ventu Park Rd, Newbury Park

Susie Glaze & the New Folk Ensemble

Teresa James & the Rhythm Tramps

Two musical groups bringing the best of Americana and Blues music to Thousand Oaks.

June 23, 2:00 – 4:00pm at Borchard Park, 190 N Reino Rd, Newbury Park

Let Your Creativity Take Flight

Build and fly kites with Art Trek. Food trucks will be available.

June 28, 7:00pm at The Lakes at Thousand Oaks

An Evening with Sondheim featuring 5-Star Theatricals

June 29, 7pm at Northwood Park, 3620 Avenida Verano, Thousand Oaks

New West Symphony presents Leah Zeger Quintet

The Leah Zeger Quartet mixes jazz, funk and classical, led by the passionate vocals and violin stylings of Leah Zeger.

Community partners include 5-Star Theatrical, Art Trek, Brogden Bay Presents, Conejo Recreation and Parks District, New West Symphony, The Lakes

2019 Summer Concert Series at Constitution Park in Camarillo June 29 to September 21


Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District and the City of Camarillo present the 2019 Summer Concert Series. Features free concerts at Constitution Park, 601 Carmen Drive. More info at http://www.pvrpd.org .

The concert lineup is shown below. Concerts start at 7:30 pm.

Sat, June 29: Upstream (Reggae/Calypso)

Sat, July 27: Mighty Cash Cats (Country/Bluegrass)

Sat, August 24: Bleeding Harp (Rhythm & Blues)

Sat, September 21: L.A. Vation (U2 Tribute)