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The Next Isla Vista Jugglers Festival

This year is the 42nd Anniversary of the Isla Vista Jugglers Festival!

The 2018 festival will be held on...

Friday May 11th through Sunday, May 13th

Activities will be split between People's Park, Isla Vista, and the UCSB Multi-Activity Court (MAC) - in the Recreation Center courtyard.

Night juggling. Bring your fire and glow props!
There will be lights as well.

The public show will be held at the Isla Vista Theater.

See the map page for a choice of low and high resolution maps.

Please help us to inform all interested parties of the festival date. This page may be updated in the coming months... so keep in touch!

What Can You Do to Make This a Better Festival?

This festival is rather loosely organized... anybody who wants to have a workshop or organize a competition can do so. Please bring your enthusiasm and ideas.

General Overview


The 42nd Annual Isla Vista Juggling Festival & Public Show.






Jugglers, Unicyclists, Clowns, Magicians and, maybe, Juggling Prop Vendors. The general public is invited to participate... no skill necessary to watch! Beginners and those interested in learning to juggle are especially encouraged to attend.






Friday, May 11th through Sunday, May 13th, 2018






Friday Night: People's Park
Saturday: UCSB Multi-Activity Court (MAC)
Saturday Night: Public show at the Isla Vista Theater
Saturday Night, after the show: Fire & Glow in People's Park!
Sunday: People's Park






Festival: Free! Public Show: Adults $17. Seniors, Students & Kids $8.






Friday, 6:00 PM - 11:59 PM:

Open juggling in People's Park


Saturday, 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM:

Open juggling and workshops at the UCSB Multi-Activity Court (MAC)


Saturday, 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM:

Public Show at the Isla Vista Theater


Saturday, 10:00 PM - 11:59 PM:

Fire juggling in People's Park


Sunday, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM:

Open juggling and workshops in People's Park

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