2019 City of El Cerrito & worldOne 4th of July Festival
Plans are progressing for El Cerrito’s largest community gathering – City of El Cerrito 4th of July/worldOne Festival Celebration 2019.
The event will be held on Thursday, July 4th from 10AM to 6:00PM in Cerrito Vista Park (worldOne stage continues until 6:30PM)
The admission-free family-friendly event is full of fun, food and entertainment.
The event includes:
Live entertainment on the main stage
Children’s fun area with carnival games, jump houses, face painting and rides
Arts and crafts vendors
El Cerrito Art Association Art Show & Sale
Lots of delicious food options
Vendor booths by local business and service groups
Free valet bike parking
GET INVOLVED-VOLUNTEER WITH THE CITY OR WORLDONE
Volunteers are needed to help create a memorable, fun and safe community event. Individuals and groups are encouraged to contact either the Recreation Department or worldOne Radio about volunteer opportunities.
CITY OF EL CERRITO VOLUNTEERS
Volunteers are needed to help create a memorable community event. Non-profit 501 (c)(3) groups may be eligible to earn $13.60/hr, per workers towards their organization. To become a volunteer or to register your non-profit group to work at the event, please fill out our online application.
Contact Corey Mason at (510) 233-0611 or email.
The City of El Cerrito/world One radio and community groups come together to hold the annual 4th of July Festival. Donations have made the City of El Cerrito/world One 4th of July Festival possible for over 25 years. Your continued support of this community event is greatly appreciated. Don’t wait another day to become a part of this special event - download the Sponsorship Benefits & Registration Form today! Contact the Recreation Department, at (510) 559-7000 to see how you can support this annual El Cerrito tradition.
THANK YOU 2018 SPONSORS!
The City of El Cerrito & worldOne 4th of July Festival is made possible by the generous support of local businesses including Honda of El Cerrito, Marin Clean Energy (MCE), The Mechanics Bank, East Bay Sanitary, plus Sierra Nevada, Maria-Tina Vision, WCCUSD, The Whole 9, RecycleMore, Olivero Plumbing, Safeway Bottling Company, Super 8, and other local businesses and individuals.