The Fourth of July with Fireworks is a
family-friendly pyrotechnic spectacle in
Kick off Independence Day with the
annual Danville July Fourth Parade.
Livermore Valley’s premier food and wine
affair, Taste Our Terroir, features cooking
classes, seminars and vineyard tours.
Check out more than 3,000 hot rods,
customs, classics, muscle cars and trucks
at Goodguys West Coast Nationals.
Celebrate Scottish culture, competition
and entertainment at the Scottish Highland
Gathering and Games.
Enjoy 15 perfect bites of both sweet and
savory culinary delights at downtown
Revel in the exciting crush season during
the Harvest Wine Celebration, featuring
40 Livermore wineries.
Celebrate the end of summer at the
Dublin Splatter Festival, where water,
art, music and wine are colorfully combined.
Honor one of Danville’s most famous
residents at the Eugene O’Neill Festival.
See performances of the playwright’s
Experience innovative arts and technologies
at Ignite! in Pleasanton. The free
family event features hands-on activities,
entertainment and food.
Get your thrills at Pirates of Emerson,
the yearly theme park at the Alameda
Halloween-themed girl power prevails
at Livermore’s Witches Night Out, with
shopping specials and martini tasting.
Meet the ghosts of Pleasanton’s past at
Museum on Main’s Ghost Walk, a guided
tour of haunted sites on Main Street.
Join downtown Pleasanton’s Halloween
Brew Crawl for adult trick-or-treating,
with tastings at more than 25 locations.
car shows feature
More than 200 artists fill the city of
Livermore with their inspired creations
Check out the Goodguys Autumn
Get-Together Car Show and Demolition
Derby at the Alameda County Fairgrounds.
Kick off the holiday season with Danville’s
annual tradition, the Lighting of
the Old Oak Tree.
Ride through Niles Canyon at night
during the holiday season with the Train
of Lights on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday evenings. (Into December)
The Lights of Livermore Holiday Tour
offers a wine and small bites reception
followed by a one-hour trolley tour of
Livermore’s best holiday light displays.
Save your spot for downtown Pleasanton’s
Hometown Holiday Parade, a tradition
featuring marching bands, floats
and an appearance by Santa.
Downtown Livermore’s Holiday Sights &
Sounds Parade has more than 50 floats
and ends with a tree lighting.
Livermore Valley tasting rooms go
holiday-themed with both cheery decor
and festive offerings at Holidays in the
For a full listing of events, visit
Aztec Dance and
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