Bay Area KidFest: How to get $1 Off

The 24th annual Bay Area KidFest, in Downtown Concord, is a three day festival that takes place over Memorial Day Weekend (May 24 – 26, 2014). The ticket price is $6, but you can save a buck if you bring a can of food for the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano.  Babies under 24 months and Seniors 65+ get in FREE.

All of the entertainment and activities are included in the price of admission. Kids’ activities include a ferris wheel, pony rides, EuroBungy trampoline, Cap’n Hook Fun House, petting zoo, giant slide, face painting, a new Tween Zone, meet SpongeBob Squarepants, and more.

WHAT: Bay Area KidFest – admission $5 w/can of food donation (Reg. $6). Babies under 24 months and Seniors 65+ are FREE. All Entertainment & shows, most activities FREE with admission.

WHEN: Memorial Day Weekend, May 24 – 26, 2014, from 10am – 6pm daily.

WHERE: Mt. Diablo High School in Downtown Concord, CA — 2450 Grant St. just 4 blocks from Todos Santos Plaza or the Highway 242 exit at Grant St./Solano Way.

SAVVY TIP: KidFest Parking is on the Mt. Diablo High School lots (last year it was $5 per day). Handicap parking is available directly in front of entrance gate. Parking lots open at 9:30am. Enter on Grant Street near Bacon Street.

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