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Bay Area KidFest

All (long) weekend long. KidFest is the East Bay’s largest annual family event with dozens of activities for kids, tweens, and parents. “Free” (with paid admission) attractions include non-stop entertainment on the Main Stage, Circus Imagination, Wildlife Wendy & Her Tropical Birds, Python Ron’s Reptile Kingdom, Kid’s Town America, and the chance to meet and have your photo taken with Chase and Ryder of Paw Patrol plus children’s book legends Pete the Cat and Llama Llama.

There are many other included kid’s activities such as storytellers, magic, balloon hats, spin art, keepsake handprints, slides, crawls, kiddie golf, and soccer.

“Paid” (on top of paid admission) attractions include 15 rides for kids of all ages like Waterballerz, Dragon Wagon roller coaster, Bungee Spider Jump, Ferris wheel, Spider Mountain, giant slide, petting zoo, pony rides, KidFest train, Zippy Pets, jeeps, bumper cars, and Virtual Reality Roller Coaster.

Pay for rides and attractions with an all-inclusive wristband for $32 or by individual tickets.

Admission is $7 per person with a donation of a canned good for the Food Bank or $8 without a can donation. Babies under 24 months and seniors 65+ are FREE. Admission proceeds benefit local non-profits.

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Rides and petting zoo are ticketed activities. Wristbands are available | Photo courtesy Bay Area KidFest

NOTE: This date/event is in the past. Keep browsing.

Fri May 24, 2019
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Mt Diablo High School 2450 Grant St. Concord
$7 per person with the donation of a can of food to the Food Bank. Or $8 without a can donation. Under 2 is free.
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Contact: (925) 408-4014

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Categories: Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the activity organizer or venue as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.
COVID-19 Coronavirus note: Please be mindful of “social distancing” strategies and always wear a mask to events with other people.

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