Pleasanton Harvest Festival


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The Pleasanton Harvest Festival® Original Art and Craft Show is returning to the Alameda County Fairgrounds, September 14-16, ready to celebrate its 40th Anniversary Tour in style with new vendors, exciting entertainment and important community service efforts. The Harvest Festivals boast over 24,000 handmade arts and crafts, including jewelry, woodturnings, art and photography, specialty foods, clothing, décor and more. Attendees come to shop the handcrafted wares but stay for the entertainment, live music, prize drawings, artist demonstrations, and delicious foods. Cash Tribute Band featuring James Garner will headline this year’s outdoor stage with musical hits of the legendary 'Man in Black'—Johnny Cash. With strong conviction and stunning accuracy, the band will perform Cash's songs, combining their sets with historical accounts and personal anecdotes. For the 4th year, the Pleasanton Harvest Festival is proud to support the Alameda County Community Food Bank by offering $2 off admission to anyone who brings a monetary donation or non-perishable food items to the show. The Alameda County Community Food Bank serves 1 in 6 residents living throughout Alameda County, including the Tri-Valley. The event is also partnering with the Oakley Raiders as the official show charity and will offer the youth sports organization half of the proceeds from every shopping bag sold. The Oakley Raiders will also host the interactive KidZone, which is an area set aside for children to participate in hands-on arts and crafts. All artisans featured at the Harvest Festivals are vetted by the Harvest Festival management team to ensure products are all handmade and made in the United States. The juried process also ensures a rich mix and diversity of merchandise The Pleasanton Harvest Festival® runs September 14-16 at the Alameda County Fairgrounds. It runs from 10am-6pm Friday and Satruday, and 10am-5pm on Sunday. Prices range from $4-9. For tickets and additional information, please visit www.harvestfestival.com

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