Fall’s Cultural Harvest in Santa Barbara

A Vast Bounty of Treasures Hit the Stages This Season

Fall’s Cultural Harvest

A Vast Bounty of Treasures
Hit the Stages This Season

By Josef Woodard & Matt Kettmann | September 29, 2022

A graduate of UCSB, Jack Johnson and his wife, Kim (also a Gaucho), have been strong supporters of the Edible Campus Project, among other initiatives. | Credit: Kizzy O’Neal

The days may be getting shorter, but our list of excellent entertainment offerings keeps getting longer and longer. Here we spotlight a few of the sights and sounds coming our way for fall. 

Charley Crockett’s Country Hits the Arlington

Rising Star Kicks Off Arts & Lectures Season

By Josef Woodard

Rising star Charley Crockett kicks off Arts & Lectures’ season with his own kinda twang on October 2. | Credit: Bobby Cochran

The Curtain Is Up
for Arts & Lectures

An Exciting Lineup of Entertainment Is
on Tap for the Fall

By Josef Woodard

SW!NG OUT, featuring dancers LaTasha Barnes (left) and Evita Arce, comes to the Granada on October 8. | Credit: Grace Kathryn Landefeld

Opera Santa Barbara
Goes Grand at the Granada

Season Launches with Tosca

By Josef Woodard

In rehearsal for Opera Santa Barbara’s October 1 performance of Tosca are Wayne Tigges as Scarpia, and Eleni Calenos as Tosca. | Credit: Zach Mendez

Get Stoked for
Jack Johnson’s Doubleheader

UCSB-Educated Surfer-Songwriter Returns

By Matt Kettmann

Hometown favorite Jack Johnson brings the fun to town October 4-5. | Credit: Morgan Maassen


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