Saturday, May 31, 2014
Downtown San Leandro - West Estudillo
(near historical Casa Peralta located at 384 West Estudillo Avenue)
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The San Leandro Cherry Festival is a long-standing San Leandro tradition celebrating our past, present and future! The first Cherry Festival was held in 1909; this year will mark the 105th Anniversary. Many things have changed over the years but one thing that remains the same is the strong sense of community identity and pride the Cherry Festival brings to the San Leandro community!
Upwards of 10,000 people attend the Cherry Festival to partake in food, a beer garden, live entertainment, handmade arts and crafts, a special Kids Zone with rides and games, parade, Farmer’s Market with lots of cherries, community and City resources, and a cherry store selling everything cherry!
Save the date now to come out and experience this wonderful community event. We will see you there!
It's here - finally! Below is helpful information for the festival.
Transportation & Parking
Be healthy and have your family ride bikes to the Cherry Festival. Bike East Bay will be offering free valet bike parking all day on Hays Street, ½ block south of Estudillo.
Be green and take BART to the Cherry Festival! The San Leandro BART station is directly across the street from the festival! No gas, no parking, no fuss!
Public parking is available at the Creekside Plaza parking structure (1100 San Leandro Boulevard), Estudillo downtown parking garage (120 Estudillo), San Leandro Main Library (300 Estudillo), and throughout the City.
The City of San Leandro is looking for a variety of community vendors to help make the 2014 Cherry Festival another outstanding success. Please visit the links below to learn more about how your organization can be involved.
Arts & Crafts Vendors
Community Resource Organizations
Enter a Cherry Festival Contest!
Cherry Pie Bake-Off
Logo Contest for the 2015 Cherry Festival
Support the Cherry Festival by volunteering.
Download the Volunteer Form (pdf).
For information about the SL Maker Event, contact Deborah Acosta at Dacosta@sanleandro.org
Visit the City of San Leandro YouTube Channel