Bay Area Festivals, Inc. is pleased to present Bay Area KidFest, a 3-day holiday weekend
of quality live entertainment, activities and sports for children to stimulate learning and exploration while presenting parents with new ideas and opportunities from arts & crafts and other exhibitors. KidFest also showcases community groups dedicated to families and children while celebrating the value and importance of families as a key part of a healthy community.
All entertainment, attractions and free art activities are included in the low price of admission.
Additionally, there are 20 rides: Zip line, Dragon Wagon Roller Coaster, Ferris wheel, pony rides, EuroBungy trampoline, Stars n Stripes train, Bobble Lagoon, petting zoo, giant slide, Xtreme Lasertag and more.
Rides and our delicious food court charge separately from admission price.
We’re a place where kids and community come together in an alcohol-free, smokeless environment on a beautiful California weekend.
Bay Area KidFest is back for our 29th year May 26-28
Bay Area KidFest supports a variety of local health, youth sports and educational non-profit organizations. Since 2010, Bay Area Festival, Inc. events have generated $80,000 in cash donations to local non-profits as well as 30,000 pounds of canned food donations to the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano.
Bay Area KidFest, Bay Area Kids' Book Fairs, Camp & School Fairs,
Super Holiday Boutique are brought
to you by Bay Area Festivals, Inc.
KidFest undefeated Claycord.com
readers poll winner for 5th time!
For fifth time in a rowBay Area KidFest was voted 2016Best Community Event by the readers of Claycord.com. Thousands of votes were cast with businesses, organizations, people and events from
Concord, Walnut Creek, Martinez, Pleasant Hill and Clayton. Join us May 28-30 in Downtown Concord for our 27th annual Bay Area KidFest.
Thanks to the voters and special thanks to everyone who help make KidFest a winner again.
Awards chairperson Liz Wood (left) and County Supervisor Karen Mitchoff (right) presented the award to Bedecarre, who was honored for marketing and presenting the arts in the county for over four decades.
29th Bay Area KidFest
is coming May 26-28
KIDFEST IS OPEN
Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Monday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Admission is only $6 per person with the
donation of a can of food to the Food Bank.
Or $7 without a can donation.
Babies under 24 months and Seniors 65+ are FREE.K
Bay Area Festivals reserved the right to refuse entrance or service to anyone. Anyone soliciting, selling or otherwise engaging in commerce on behalf of a business or political organization will be escorted off the KidFest grounds.