Proceeds from the dinner support Community Memorial Healthcare Foundation and Ojai Valley Community Hospital Foundation.
Originally built in Edward Drummond Libbey’s Civic Center Park (1952 – 1957), the shell was designed by architects Austen Pierpont of Ojai and Roy C. Wilson of Santa Paula. Originally known as “Civic Center Bowl,” and “Festival Bowl,” among other names, it became known as “Libbey Bowl” in the 1980s after Civic Center Park was given to the City of Ojai and renamed Libbey Park.
Inaugurated by Aaron Copland at the 1957 Ojai Music Festival, Libbey Bowl has hosted many of the world’s most influential artists. In addition to serving as the home of the internationally acclaimed Ojai Music Festival, Libbey Bowl has housed important community and cultural events including the Storytelling Festival, Illusions Theater, Fourth of July Celebration, Memorial Day Celebration, Mexican Fiesta, and many others.
With 972 fixed seats and a generous lawn area, Libbey Bowl can accommodate approximately 1300 people.
|7:00||Dave Mason & Steve Cropper Rock & Soul Revue|
Just 90 minutes north of Los Angeles, 30 minutes south of Santa Barbara and minutes inland from the beach community of Ventura, Ojai can be reached by car, bus, or even bicycle.
From Los Angeles and points south:
Take 405 Freeway north, to 101 west to Ventura. Exit 101 at Highway 33. Follow 33 into Ojai Valley; merge onto Ojai Avenue and proceed into downtown Ojai.
From Santa Barbara and points north:
Take 101 Freeway south to Ventura. Exit 101 at Highway 33. Follow 33 into Ojai Valley; merge onto Ojai Avenue and proceed into downtown Ojai.
From Santa Clarita and Interstate 5:
From Interstate 5, take Highway 126 west to Ventura. Merge onto 101 north in Ventura. Exit 101 at 33. Follow 33 into Ojai Valley; merge onto Ojai Avenue and proceed into downtown Ojai.
For a listing of area hotels or restaurants, please visit ojaivisitors.com