Weekend Events In The Bay Area

44th Annual Silicon Valley Pride Parade and Festival-Aug 24-25-Plaza de Cesar Chavez Park in downtown San Jose

Join in the fun and festivities and celebrate our LGBTQ community and friends. The Night Festival happens August 24 starting at 4pm with a 70s Disco theme. The parade happens August 25 starting at 10am along Market Street from Julian Street and ends at the main entrance of the festival. The festival includes a family garden, high-tech pavilion, food vendors, live entertainment and much more! 

Tickets are available at the door: $5 per day. Look for our promotions team rockin' the 80s music on Sunday! Macy Gray is headlining on Sunday. Get more info at svpride.com !!

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2019 Concord Taco Fest, Saturday, August 24 at Todos Santos Park. 11-8pm. $15 (includes 2 tacos)

The Concord Taco Festival features two dozen taco vendors, luchador wrestling,chihuahua races, and more. Tickets are$15 and includes (2) $3 tacos. Kids and seniors over 65 enter for free (but free admission tickets do not include free tacos).

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Blues, Brews & BBQ-Saturday, August 24th-Noon to 6 pm-First Street in Downtown Napa-FREE

The name says it all – this is a feast of American Blues music, Micro-Brewed Beers, and Homemade BBQ slathered in mouth-watering sauces. Plus, this year we are adding a full stage of Zydeco!

With live music at three stages, amazing beers and dozens of BBQ restaurants, the toughest part of your day will be deciding what to listen to, eat, and drink. What a delicious dilemma!

Featuring Live Blues music from some of the Bay Area’s best blues musicians. Enjoy 40 micro-brewed beers, some making their market debut, in the Beer Garden, and tons of finger lickin’ BBQ food, from fifteen of the greatest BBQ masters in the Bay Area.

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2019 Palo Alto Festival of the Arts-Saturday & Sunday, August 24-25, 10 am- 6 pm. FREE.

The festival-celebrating its thirty-eighth year, the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts takes place annually on tree-lined University Avenue in beautiful downtown Palo Alto, featuring3 00 talented artisans and crafters from all over the country, as well as throughout the Bay Area, bringing hundreds of one-of-a-kind art pieces and artisan crafts presented in an awe-inspiring display of creativity and talent.

 
 
 
 
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