Carr Winery has various parties throughout the year in The Barrel Room and at The Warehouse including art shows, live music, winemaker dinners and release parties. We also participate in many offsite events and tastings across the United States. The Barrel Room & The Warehouse are available for private parties. Carr Winery is an elegant setting for your corporate event, birthday, rehearsal dinner, anniversary or other private event.
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SilverBack Blues is a local Lompoc band with the bass player from Santa Maria. They have been together for 5 years playing playing blues, funk, rock, and jazz, ups and down the central
coast. This is a band that loves a good time and especially playing amongst good wine!
Calling all "Franc-o-philes" to celebrate Cabernet Franc and those who craft a wine from this most unique grape. Expect more than a dozen wineries pouring their Cab Franc or Franc based blends (along with a white or pink of their choice), grilled snacks (franc-furters?), a bit of music and ending with a bonfire on our beautiful pondside beach. (Do S'mores pair with Franc? You be the judge!). Food will also be available for purchase for those wanting a light supper.…Find out more »
Enjoy the best of Santa Barbara! Savor a glass (or two...) of Carr wines accompanied by local musician, Al Vafa.Find out more »
The highlight of the Columbus Day weekend is the Celebration of Harvest Festival Grand Tasting in the heart of Santa Barbara Wine County at the Old Mission Santa Inés in downtown Solvang, and walkable to almost nearly thirty area accommodations.Find out more »
Former frontman for the Replacements-inspired Solid Goldsteins, Brady Harris' solo career has diverged from his previous work into a sound altogether more indicative of his Texas roots. Bearing considerable vocal resemblance to John Lennon, Harris crafts moody country-rock with a hard pop edge. Strongly melodic with a confident wit, he combines well-traveled themes with stoic romanticism. Having paid his dues as a starving artist, busking on the streets of Paris and London, Harris found himself in Los Angeles recording one album with his former bandmates before releasing his solo debut in 1997. That album, Next Door to Nowhere, received favorable reviews and was followed by considerable media attention at 1999's NXNW music conference. 1999's Good Luck Stranger was met with near unanimous critical approval, and Harris went on to tour Europe in late 2000. He spent the next two years touring the states where he racked up numerous awards, including $5,000 from the Pontiac Vibe Car Commercial Contest, which helped him finance 2003's highly anticipated Lone Star.
— Matt Fink, All Music GuideFind out more »
David Courtenay is a singer and songwriter from Santa Barbara whose eclectic mixture of rock, soul, folk and reggae is greatly influenced by all things oceanic. He is an avid sailor, surfer and lover of the sea.Find out more »
This event, often referred to as “The Party of the Year,” raises much-needed funds for Santa Ynez Valley arts education nonprofit. Up to 60 amateur chefs will show off their culinary skills as they serve up tastes of their carefully prepared dishes. Many chefs return each year to participate in this fun event and some of the delightful dishes that may be sampled this year are: Southern Fried Alligator, BBQ Chicken Strips, Black Bean and Chorizo Stuffed Chiles and Killer Brownies.…Find out more »