The Seventh Annual Citrus Classic Balloon Festival in Santa Paula was a hit with thousands of people from all over Southern California who came to see the colorful hot air balloons.
The festival spanned over the course of two days with opening night on Friday, July 25. The festival was open from 6:30...
[KHTS] – The 2014 7th Annual Citrus Classic Balloon Festival is preparing to light up the summer sky with hot air balloons and great entertainment in Santa Paula July 25 and 26.
The festival, being held on East Telegraph Road off of Highway 126, will feature eight filled acres of special attractions...
The 6th Annual Citrus Classic Balloon Festival will be held July 26 through July 28 in Santa Paula.
The three day festival will include tethered balloon rides, stunt planes, sky divers, food vendors, real train rides and a kids zone. Live music will also be playing throughout the weekend. Performing...
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