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[list] Bay Area festivals and fairs for 2022

Experience fun weekend events with amazing ‘Indian Summer’ weather!

We absolutely love festivals and strive to display the largest Bay Area list of outdoor activities.

Get out and enjoy live music, arts, food, dancing with your friends and family and date!

Which one are you going?

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  • Note: As with all things in the pandemic era, everything here is subject to change. Double check locations, dates, times and COVID precautions before you go. [sources: mercury news and eastbaytimes].

 

THIS WEEK:

 

First let’s start off with Latino music at a festival!

[free] Paseo Artistico: The 80’s Matter in the Mission // SF

 

OCTOBER

3rd week:

 

Beer City Fest: 12 to 5 p.m. Oct. 15, Alameda Point, 1801 Ferry Point Road, Alameda.

This beer festival will feature more than 30 local and regional beers, ciders, kombucha and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. The day includes the Alameda Pint 10k/5k and an afternoon of live music, games and circus performers on the waterfront. $51-$70. beercityfest.com/alameda/

 

Half Moon Bay Art and Pumpkin Festival: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 15-16, Main Street, Half Moon Bay.

Get yer orange on! The 50th annual Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival features a spectacular display of heavyweight champion pumpkins, four stages of stellar live music, the Great Pumpkin Parade, stunning harvest-inspired art and fine crafts, delectable food and drinks, expert pumpkin carving, pie-eating and costume contests, the Great Pumpkin Run, an organic and green products showcase and more. Free admission. miramarevents.com/events#pfest

 

Monterey Beer Festival: 12:30-5 p.m. Oct. 15. Monterey County Fair & Event Center, 2004 Fairground Road, Monterey.

The festival will showcase a wide array of new craft brews, plus live music and food booths. Find details at WhatsupMonterey: bit.ly/31JhFps

 

Campbell‚Äôs Oktoberfest:  OCT 15, 2022 – 10AM-6PM | SUNDAY, OCT 16, 2022 – 10AM-5PM.

The festival includes live music, beer, local wines, Bavarian pretzels, German food, the chicken dance and stein holding and costume contests. Campbelloktoberfest.com

 

Festival of Globe‚Äôs India Day Festival:  Oct 15, 10 am – 7pm. 41717 Palm Avenue, Fremont.

FREE ENTRY & FREE PARKING. Art & Craft Vendors, Food, Kids Zone, Fashion Show, Bollywood & Classical Dance Performances, Dazzling Parade, Kids’ Masti Corner and MORE. Celebrate Diwali in the heart of Fremont.  www.fogsv.com.

 

5th week:

 

Pleasanton Harvest Festival: October 28-30th, 4501 Pleasanton Ave., Pleasanton.

The autumn-themed event typically includes craft booths and food and drink stalls. Tickets are $4-$9. Find updates at https://harvestfestival.com/pleasanton

 

NOVEMBER

 

The Fab Four ‚ÄĒ the Ultimate Tribute: 8 p.m. Nov. 19, Palace of Fine Arts, 3301 Lyon St., San Francisco.

This tribute band is known for its note-for-note live renditions of Beatles’ classics. $44.50 to $69.50. thefabfour.com

San Mateo Harvest Festival: Last year’s festival was held in November at the San Mateo County Event Center, 1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo.

The event typically includes craft booths and food and drink stalls. Tickets are $4-$9. Find updates at harvestfestival.com/san-mateo

Napa Valley Film Festival: Last year’s festival was held in November in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga.

The festival typically includes more than 100 new independent films screened alongside awards-season contenders at venues throughout Napa Valley. Attendees enjoy interactions with visiting filmmakers and celebrities, film Q&As, culinary demonstrations and wine tastings and an array of parties and winemaker dinners. Find updates at NapaValleyFilmFest.org

Christmas in the Park: The 2021 holiday festival in San Jose ran from Thanksgiving through the beginning of January.

It typically includes more than 500 decorated Christmas trees, animated displays and an inflatable beer and wine garden along with nightly entertainment. In addition, Blinky’s Illuminated Holiday is a mile-long drive-through at San Jose’s Lake Cunningham Park with 12 themed areas, 100,000 synchronized lights and a custom holiday soundtrack. When the date nears, find specifics for 2022 at Christmasinthepark.com.

DECEMBER

 

Great America Winterfest: The 2021 festival ran from December through New Year’s Day at 4701 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara.

In addition to the usual rides, the festival typically includes holiday attractions, such as a chance to send letters to the North Pole, Santa’s workshop, cookie baking in Mrs. Claus’ kitchen and ice skating. Find updates at cagreatamerica.com/events/winterfest

Fairy Winterland: Last year’s festival ran the last two weeks of December at Children’s Fairyland, 699 Bellevue Ave., Oakland.

It included twinkly lights and culturally-diverse holiday displays, a Black Santa and a Festival of Lights Parade with treats for the kids. childrensfairyland.brushfire.com/fairyland/518645

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2 thoughts on “[list] Bay Area festivals and fairs for 2022

  • is there a Dia de San Juan Festival this year / this month June?

    is there a July 4th Festival in El Cerrito park?

    Berkeley World Music Festival in June? other time?

    Reply
    • 42nd Annual El “D√≠a de San Juan” Salsa Festival 2022
      Saturday, June 18, 2022
      ‚Äč11:00 AM ‚ÄĒ 7:00 PM
      Swiss Park, Newark, CA
      El ‚ÄúD√≠a de San Juan‚ÄĚ Festival is a cultural event held each year by the Western Region Puerto Rican Council. Our main purpose is to raise scholarships funds for students who want to pursue a higher education. We humbly invite you to enjoy what this festival has to offer while showing your support to our cause.
      Our event is filled with exciting entertainment for the entire family. We offer a host of live salsa bands, DJ, authentic Puerto Rican food, merchandise vendors, crafts, kid playland and much, much more!
      Frankie Vazquez – Headliner
      Izis “La Enfermera De La Salsa”
      Gambizi & Dos Four
      Orquesta Saboricua
      Grupo La Rinkinkaya (playing Jibaro, Bomba y Plena)
      Hip Hop Jibarito
      DJ Santos Lopez
      Ticket prices: ONLINE ONLY
      $15 now thru 3/31,
      $20 4/01 thru 6/13,
      $30 at the door 6/18/22
      No coolers. No outside food or drinks. No canopies. No pets allowed (service dogs okay)
      Kids 12 and under are free. This is a family event, dress code enforced. Shoes and shirt required. Thank you!
      For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.wrprc.org or to purchase tickets: http://www.purplepass.com/ddsjfestival

      Reply

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