Plan Your Boots & Brews Weekend

Come for ‘Boots & Brews,’ stay for the beaches, shopping and adventure!

It’s time to swap your surfboard and flip-flops for a cowboy hat and jeans! The legendary Boots & Brews Country Music Festival returns to Ventura, Saturday, September 21 with a rip-roaring lineup of talented singers and musicians. New this year, the event will be held at

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the beautiful San Buenaventura State Beach Park, putting a fun, countrified spin on the saying “surf and turf.”

Concertgoers can get their Western twang on while enjoying cold beer from Firestone Walker Brewing Co. and Coors with tasty bites from local food vendors, such as Busy Bee, Mom & Pop’s Tacos, The Deli Doctor, and more!

Country rockers Daniel Bonte & The Bonte Fide kick off the festivities onstage at 1:20 p.m., followed by Country/pop singer Niko Moon at 2:45 p.m., and then the bluesy indie vibes of David Nail at 4:15 p.m. Closing out the evening will be honky-tonker Easton Corbin at 5:45 p.m. and Georgia-born crooner Billy Currington at 7:45 p.m.

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Visit the Boots & Brews Ventura website to get your tickets and more up-to-date information about musical acts. Ticket prices don’t include food or drinks. Children 10 and under are free with an adult, but the VIP section is strictly ages 21 and up.

Feeling lucky? Follow Ventura County Coast on Facebook for your chance to win tickets to this down-home celebration of all things Country. The grand-prize winner will receive four VIP festival tickets, a Channel Islands National Park Day Trip with Island Packers for four, and a hotel stay at Courtyard Marriott in Camarillo.

After doing the boot-scooting boogie with family and friends at the festival, stick around to experience everything Ventura County Coast has to offer!

Explore the stunning Channel Islands National Park by taking a day trip with Island Packers Cruises. Celebrating more than 50 years in business, Island Packers offers trips to Anacapa, Santa Cruz, and the outer islands, along with year-round wildlife cruises to see whales, dolphins, and other sea creatures. Activities island-side include: hiking, camping, paddle boarding, and kayaking.

If you’re looking for something more low-key, head over to the Camarillo outlets or The Collection in Oxnard for premium shopping and dining at more affordable prices. Whichever adventure you choose, you’re sure to find your vibe on Ventura Country Coast.

With so much to do, you’re going to want to stay a while. Click here for the complete list of hotels and other places to stay in Ventura County Coast!