Oakland’s Brand New Waterfront Festival Under the Bay Bridge | 2019
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Judge John Sutter Regional Shoreline | 210 Burma Rd, Oakland, CA 94607
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Oakland’s brand new waterfront will host FAM Fest, Fall Arts and Music Festival at the Judge John Sutter Regional Shoreline on September 28th from 1 pm to 5 pm. Featuring, interactive arts exhibits, local music and performers. There will be food trucks, beer and wine for sale.
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This is a brand new festival at the Bridgeyard at Judge John Sutter Regional Shoreline, a new park being built in the shadow of the Bay Bridge. you’ll be the first to get a sneak peak at this new park. Read more about the park here.
- 1:00p – 1:35p – Opening Ceremony + Artist Set (JC Stringz)
- 1:35p – 2:00p – DJ Set
- 2:00p – 2:35p – Announcements + Artist Set (SaulPaul+DJ R+Saraswathy Lakshmivaraham)
- 2:35p – 3:00p – DJ Set
- 3:00p – 3:35p – Announcements + Artist Set (Queen Deelah)
- 3:35p – 4:00p – DJ Set
- 4:00p – 4:35p – Announcements + Artist Set (Alphabet Rockers)
- 4:35p – 5:00p – DJ Set
When completed, the project will open some 45 acres of parkland along the waterfront near the eastern end of the new Bay Bridge East Span in Oakland.
Bridge Yard Building – This 24,000-square-foot building will serve as an activity hub and venue for events and conferences, including public events. The parking area provides direct and easy access to the pedestrian/bike path to the Bay Bridge.
Viewing Platform – Caltrans is building an observation platform using existing foundations from the old Bay Bridge. The platform will provide public waterfront access with unique perspectives of the Bay and the bridge, as well as Port of Oakland shipping and industrial activities.
Alexander Zuckermann Bay Bridge Trail – This popular trail opened to pedestrians and cyclists in October 2016 and was named to honor the late East Bay Bicycle Coalition founder and Bay Bridge Trail advocate. A plaque bearing his name is located on the trail which extends over four miles from Emeryville to Yerba Buena Island.
Radio Beach – This 400-foot stretch of narrow sandy beach provides public access on the north side of the park. The beach is ideal for walking, picnicking, bird watching, fishing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and kayak launching.
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