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Walnut Creek’s 37th Annual Art & Wine Festival

May 07, 2018 12:03PM


 

Gather with family, friends and neighbors on June 2 and 3 at the 37th annual Walnut Creek Art & Wine Festival!

Included are two full days of free family entertainment and over 200 arts and crafts booths, live music on two stages, a wide variety of food and drink concessions, craft brew garden, premium wine tent, interactive kids zone, and festival train throughout beautiful Heather Farm Park. Sponsored by the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau, the Walnut Creek Art & Wine Festival is a summer kickoff tradition not to be missed.

 

Back by popular demand is a big screen TV that features a variety of programming, including A’s and Warriors games, shown in their entirety, depending on game schedule. Festivalgoers can enjoy the vibe of an outdoor sports bar in the craft brew garden, which serves bites and local craft beer and remains open through Warriors playoff games. The new Indie Craft Marketplace returns, with an even wider variety of talented local artists and craftsmen selling jewelry, handmade leather goods, photography, handcrafted furniture, and much more.

 

Groove to the beats of nonstop live music and entertainment on two stages with Bay Area favorites Petty Theft, Illegals, Cisco Kid War Tribute, Viva La Reve, and The Soul Section, to name a few. Catch a wide array of local entertainment from The Rising Stars Stage spotlights up-and-coming talented performers, from jazz bands to kung fu, and from gymnastics to choral performances, with plenty of fun for all ages.

 

The festival is open Saturday, June 2, 11am to 7pm, and Sunday, June 3, 11am to 6pm. It’s BART-able with free shuttle rides to the festival from the Walnut Creek Station. Paid parking is available on site at Heather Farm Park, 301 N. San Carlos Drive, Walnut Creek.

 

For more information, follow the festival at http://www.walnut-creek.com/artwinefestivalwc and on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

 

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