Join Paso Robles Wine Country for the 33rd Annual Wine Festival – a celebration of the innovation, triumphs, and character of this spectacular region, May 14 – 17, 2015.
One exceptional art festival in Paso Robles wine country. The Main Event takes place Saturday, May 23, 2015 in the downtown City Park, with art, music, performances and more, with additional opportunities to learn about, take in and create art during PASO ARTSFEST.
Antique Equipment Show and Memorial Day Salute to our Troops–Come see planes, trains, tractors, engines, automobiles, military vehicles, horse, mules, and trucks. Hosted by Paso Robles Pioneer Day Committee and the Rossi Foundation on Historic Santa Margarita Ranch. 900 Yerba Buena Ave., Santa Margarita, CA 93453
The Great Western Bicycle Rally has something for everyone. A common passion for cycling brings all types of rider together for a simply awesome 4 day festival of all things to do with bikes, set in one of the most idyllic cycling locations in California; Paso Robles, one of California’s nominated bicycle friendly cities.
An afternoon of tasting amazing domestic and international craft beers with the brewers themselves, as well as delectable bites from the best restaurants on the Central Coast.
Studios on the Park celebrates Art After Dark Paso, a fun tradition of art, wine, and live music-filled evenings at the start of every month!
Mid-State Fair–concerts, displays, events, free music, food, carnival, youth events, competitions–all this and more!
Paso Robles’ heritage tradition comes alive in and around downtown during the annual Pioneer Day event. Bring the whole family to downtown for this historical event that includes a parade, free bean feed, and daylong activities including antique/classic car judging, children’s pet show, little cowboy/cowgirl contest, whiskerino contest, horseshoe pitching contest and much more. Be sure to wear your Pioneer Day pin, or you might get thrown in the hoosegow!
Harvest in Paso Robles Wine Country is a time of excitement and anticipation shared by winemakers, growers, and tasting room staff alike. It is the culmination of a successful year of hard work and dedication to their craft, and is a glimpse into the promise of the new vintage. Awaken your senses with the sights, sounds, smells and flavors of harvest during three days of celebrations! Winemaker dinners, ceremonial grape stomps, library tastings, artisanal food pairings, live music and more create a vibrant harvest atmosphere not to be missed!