• 1 Welcome
  • 2 Sponsors
  • 3 Music & Entertainment
  • 4 Food & Artisans
  • 5 Wines & Beers
  • 6 Exhibitors
  • 7 Kids Zone
  • 8 Transportation & Parking
  • Welcome

    Distinguished by its spacious park setting and family-friendly activities, the popular Walnut Creek Chamber Art & Wine Festival is returning for its 36th year. Recognized by the Contra Costa Times as the East Bay’s Best Outdoor Festival and winner of Walnut Creek Magazine's 2016 Best Community Event, the Walnut Creek Chamber Art & Wine Festival has free admission and is centrally located making it a fun and travel-friendly weekend.
    Art & Wine 2017 will continue to feature top-quality, non-stop local and Bay Area music and entertainment for the entire family, distinctive hand-made crafts and works of art from more than 200 artisans, award-winning local and regional wines and microbrews, ethnic and traditional festival food, the Premium Wine Tent, the crazy Grape Stomp Competition, (first uncorked in 1981), the delightful Festival Train (a longtime family favorite), and the Kids Zone.
  • Sponsors

    Thank you to our Art & Wine Festival Sponsors! Interested in being a sponsor for 2017? Contact Marcie Hochhauser at (925) 934-2007. For a Wine & Beer Booth Sponsorship application, click here.
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  • Music & Entertainment

    Art & Wine 2017 continues to feature top-quality, non-stop local and Bay Area music and entertainment for the entire family. New this year: an outdoor Sports Bar with jumbo TV screen! Read on to see this year's entertainment schedule.
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  • Food & Artisans

    Take a look at some of the unique, stylish, and flavorful Artisan and Food Vendors coming to this year's festival
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  • Wines & Beers

    Located through out the Art & Wine Festival is a sensational mix of unique wines especially selected for wine lovers and familiar classics from Napa and Sonoma counties. Beer enthusiasts will also love the incredible lineup of specialty brews and the opportunity to sample some of America's best handcrafted beers.
    Check back in for a list of award-winning local and regional wines and microbrews that will be featured at this year's Art & Wine Festival, including local breweries in our Craft Beer Garden.
  • Exhibitors

    The annual Art and Wine Festival in Walnut Creek has grown from humble beginnings to one of the East Bay’s greatest outdoor festivals. Attracting over 65,000 visitors yearly, the two-day celebration is a great place to showcase your business.
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  • Kids Zone

    Bring the kids - so much fun for them in the Kids Zone - electric trains rides around the lake, big slide, water walking and so much more!
  • Transportation & Parking

    Free shuttle buses run continuously during the festival between Walnut Creek BART and Heather Farm Park and the Shadelands Park & Ride parking lot and Heather Farm Park. Thinking about biking to the festival? We've got you covered—There is also bike valet parking available.
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Sat, June 3 & Sun, June 4, 2017

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Wine & Beer Booths

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Thank You to Our Sponsors


Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce presents the 36th Annual Art & Wine Festival

Whether you are a wine connoisseur, a micro-brew lover, an art buff or just interested in lounging in the grass listening to good music, the annual Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce Art & Wine Festival has something for you. The first weekend in June, since 1981, the Chamber has celebrated this popular event with the community. The festival has been recognized by the Contra Costa Times as the East Bay's Best Outdoor Festival. The Art & Wine Festival attracts over 100,000 people to the beautiful Heather Farm Park during its two-day run. The event features wines from local and regional wineries, as well as beers and malt beverages from major breweries and smaller local microbreweries. Dozens of local restaurants share their favorite delicacies, and 200 artists create a colorful tent city at the festival each year.