This week there is plenty of fun for the entire family up and down the coast, from the fair in Santa Maria, free concerts in Atascadero, and a day full of WWII airplanes.
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY FAIR | THROUGH SUNDAY | 11AM - 10PM | ADULTS $9 | KIDS/SENIORS $7
Bring on the live music, rodeo, and corn dogs... it's the Santa Barbara County Fair!
This annual attraction brings in people from all across the Central Coast, with main stage entertainment each night and center stage fun for the entire family.
Gates open daily at 11 a.m. and close at 10 p.m.; The carnival and rides are open until midnight.
Tickets can be bought online or at the gates; adult tickets are $9 and children and seniors are $7.
SUMMER IN THE PARK CONCERT SERIES | SATURDAY 6:30-8:30 PM | ATASCADERO LAKE PARK BANDSTAND | FREE
The summer 2014 concert series at the Atascadero lake Park bandstand is presenting the third concert in the park with the "Burning James and the Funky Flames".
The Funky Flames are a mix of funk and soul; they've even played with legends like BB King, Etta James and Bruce Springsteen.
All of the summer concerts are free and everyone in the family is encouraged to come out with blankets, lawn chairs, and enjoy the show. Pacific harvest catering will also be selling BBQ on-site.
WEST COAST CUB FLY-IN | LOMPOC AIRPORT | THROUGH SUNDAY | FREE
Calling all airplane enthusiasts!! The 30th Annual West Coast Cub Fly-In lands in Lompoc this weekend. The event brings planes, pilots and aviation fans in from around the country.
The piper cub, a small tandem aircraft, which was built between the years 1937-1947, will be the focus of the event.
This aircraft was used for flight training during WWII and is known for its bright yellow color.
The West Coast Fly-In has become one of the most popular piper cub events in the U.S.
Last year the event had 85 planes in attendance, and they are hoping to have over 100 this year.