Cabrillo Pavilion Wedding DJs – Santa Barbara Wedding Venues 2021
CABRILLO PAVILION SANTA BARBARA WEDDINGS
Weddings at Cabrillo Pavilion with Santa Barbara Wedding DJs
Unforgettable weddings overlooking Santa Barbara’s East Beach with Santa Barbara Wedding DJs Scott Topper Wedding DJ Productions.
Make memories with a wedding reception at the newly-revitalized Cabrillo Pavilion, one of the few venues in Santa Barbara located right on the beach.
This 1920s landmark reopens in 2020 after an extensive renovation. The upper-level events room, including an entry lounge and two terraces overlooking the ocean,
accommodates 215 guests.
The adjacent beach provides the opportunity to pair your indoor reception with an outdoor ceremony. The historic Cabrillo Pavilion is a premier oceanfront event venue located on Santa Barbara’s East Beach.
CABRILLO PAVILION WEDDING EVENTS WITH SANTA BARBARA WEDDING DJS
Memorable events overlooking Santa Barbara’s East Beach
Host your special event at the newly-revitalized Cabrillo Pavilion, one of the few venues in Santa Barbara located right on the beach.
This 1920s landmark reopens in 2020 after an extensive renovation. The upper-level events room, including an entry lounge and two terraces overlooking the ocean, holds 215 guests.
Community galas, private parties, and corporate meetings are a perfect fit for the versatile Cabrillo Pavilion, which offers the opportunity to pair a beach reservation with your indoor event space. We love DJ’ing Santa Barbara Weddings at Cabrillo Pavilion!
The Cabrillo Pavilion is Santa Barbara’s premier oceanfront venue. Located on the sands of East Beach, the Pavilion is a beach day headquarters, fitness center, and wedding and event venue.
ABOUT THE CABRILLO PAVILION
In 1927, philanthropist David Gray gave the Cabrillo Pavilion to the people of Santa Barbara.
Built just one year after the 1925 earthquake that transformed the look of our city, the Cabrillo Pavilion was designed by Royland Sauter and E. Keith Lockard and funded by local philanthropist David Gray.
In 1927, Gray donated the Pavilion to the City of Santa Barbara, with the stipulation that the building be self-sustaining, and that it should be used for park and recreation purposes, providing a community resource open to all. The Pavilion is his lasting legacy: a gift to the people of Santa Barbara.
A full renovation of the Pavilion concluded in 2020.