California Festivals


Thousand Oaks Conejo Valley Days

June 16-26, 2022

Conejo Creek South Park
1300 E Janss Rd.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
$10, $5 age 6-12, Free age 5 & under
$5 parking

Annual Conejo Valley Days celebrates the area's western roots and community spirit. Exhibitors are required to decorate their booths in a western theme and wear western attire.


Past bands

Kastl Amusements Carnival
Bands, music: Local High School Bands
Rebel Heart Band
Action Down
The Traveling Band (performing the music of Creedence Clearwater Revival)
Peter Beckett's PLAYER (with #1 single Baby Come Back) and special guest Elliot Lurie (with #1 single Brandy)
Sitting on Stacy
Colette Lovejoy Band
Kristal Lynnʼs Boot Scootin
Closing Sing Along - Happy Trails

What makes CVD's Fair so special is the ambiance - clean, well-managed, & safe. Every ride & game operator is super friendly, and many appear to be local students or citizens. There's excellent police presence too - both the local fire department & police officers were in-sight throughout our whole trip, ensuring that everyone was having fun & staying safe! There's tons of kids & adult rides and games including, food, music, home and garden show and much, much more.

Country music fans can put on their best western gear and head to the annual Conejo Valley Days to hear county music and take line dance lessons with Kristal Lynn Konzen. Line dance lessons are on the dance floor in front of the Golden Horseshoe stage on Friday evening and again on Sunday afternoon. Kristal Lynn leads line dancing at Borderline Country Night at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills and at other festivals including the Stagecoach Country Music Festival in Indio.

The stage is full of awesome surprise music performances.
Just in case you're not a fan of scary rides, silly mazes and carnival games...

Entertainment includes a western saloon kids, teens and the whole family including carnival rides, games, live entertainment, and a food court. for kids and free for kids 5 and under.


Outhouse Races Sunday in the Arena

Outhouse Race is the highlight for many to this Valley festival. Creativity abounds as teams create an outhouses that meets specifications for the competition. You can have doors and curtains but the door must remain open during the race. With several team members pushing and /or pulling the outhouse and one sitting on the "john" the fun begins. Two outhouses race at a time and each must stay within their assigned lane.

Events are not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to confirm before going.

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