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Young Superstar, Austin T. Fox, Rocks Santa Barbara's Old Spanish Days 2013

Updated on August 9, 2013
Austin T. Fox, the newest and youngest world sensation, makes an appearance in his sombrero and shades at Santa Barbara's famed Old Spanish Days 2013.
Austin T. Fox, the newest and youngest world sensation, makes an appearance in his sombrero and shades at Santa Barbara's famed Old Spanish Days 2013. | Source

A Young Star Rising

Austin T. Fox, one of the youngest and most popular stars world wide, soon to be starring in Austin's Place, made an appearance in Santa Barbara for the historical annual "Old Spanish Days" 2013. It was wondered where this world wide star, who just took the Philippines by storm with his giant personality and amazingly good looks, would make his next appearance.

After tropical vacations in South East Asia, traveling all over the United States, and making appearances in multiple countries including Japan, his manager decided to have him enjoy his first fiesta in Southern California.. There he took the crowds at the Mercado by storm, attracting onlookers galore.

Where will he make his next appearance? Only a select few in his entourage know, but there are many, including some Paparazzi, who would sure like to find out and snap a photo of this amazing child star who has become famous at only 11 months.

It is believed that he will take a short rest, before resuming negotiations on multiple projects, before he heads back to the Philippines to begin filming of his exciting new children's television series that have had rave reviews from child test audiences across the globe.

While in Santa Barbara, Austin visited many areas and events. See some of them below for more information on Santa Barbara, Old Spanish Days, and some events to attend if you decide to follow Austin's footsteps.

Follow this amazing young star and his growing fan base at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Austin-T-Fox/611534632210872

Santa Barbara's Old Spanish Days

There are many events from the opening ceremonies at the Santa Barbara Mission to the closing ceremonies at the Santa Barbara Courthouse on Sunday. Here are some of the events that can be attended free of charge for visitors and locals alike. These are the ones, young Austin T. Fox, attended during this year's event.


Dancing horses are just one of the attractions at the equestrian parade on Santa Barbara's historic State Street.
Dancing horses are just one of the attractions at the equestrian parade on Santa Barbara's historic State Street.
This beautiful young lady enjoys some of the delicious food from one of the local vendors at the lively El Mercado Del Norte located at De La Guerra Plaza.
This beautiful young lady enjoys some of the delicious food from one of the local vendors at the lively El Mercado Del Norte located at De La Guerra Plaza.
The famous Santa Barbara courthouse just after sunset.
The famous Santa Barbara courthouse just after sunset.
Just one of the entertaining dance performances that take place during the signing and dancing at the sunken gardens.
Just one of the entertaining dance performances that take place during the signing and dancing at the sunken gardens.
Children in cultural costumes carry a sign during the Old Spanish Days Children's Parade on Saturday August 4, 2013.
Children in cultural costumes carry a sign during the Old Spanish Days Children's Parade on Saturday August 4, 2013.

The Equestrian Parade

This annual record setting event that takes place on State Street in downtown Santa Barbara each year during the Old Spanish Days. It is literally the largest equestrian parade in the entire world. That's right, the world. Since Austin T. Fox is fast becoming a world wide star, why not go big?


El Mercado Del Norte

Located on De La Guerra Street, just off of lower State Street, at De La Guerra Plaza, cultural and children's performances of singing and dancing with a Spanish twist can be viewed for free. There you can also purchase some of the most delectable tortas around. If that doesn't suit your fancy, grab a burrito, some taquitos, enchiladas, or amazing soft tacos from one of the many vendors on site. Want to cool down with a beverage, head to the Cantina located at the corner of Mercado Del Norte.


The Sunken Garden's Night Performances


The beauty and history of Santa Barbara's famous court house, which is one of the most photographed buildings in all of California, holds night time performances on Thursday through Saturday nights. Visit the famed sunken garden where the original court house once stood before the infamous earthquake that turned it to rubble in 1920s.

The Children's Parade

Held annually on Saturday during this event, the children's parade attracts thousands of onlookers. This event usually begins around 10 am and heads in the opposite direction of the equestrian parade that takes place on Fridays.


Check local newspaper listings or online for a schedule of each year's events closer to the annual party.


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