JTown Artwalk

San Jose’s Japantown is a neighborhood community with a unique cultural history and appreciation for the arts. This Friday JTown Artwalk will be sharing it's streets with Make Music Day!
Rain or Shine

Friday, June 21st, 2019

197 Jackson Street

4:30pm- 9pm

SOULNIC is a free, family-orientated dance music festival with DJs and live musicians who showcase the soulful sides of House music. Originally created in 2010, SOULNIC has quickly become L.A.'s largest Soulful Dance Music Festival. This is a one-of-a-kind event in Los Angeles that has been widely accepted by the community, attracting attendees of all ages and backgrounds. 

Saturday, June 29th, 2019

10am - 7:30pm

Hansen Dam Recreational Center

Pay to park

FREE Admission

Sunday August 4th, 12pm - 7pm

16th Street Station

1601 Wood Street, Oakland, CA


SoOakland brings you the 3rd annual #SoOaklandDayFest : A Celebration of Culture. Join us for a community fun filled day that will include... LIVE MUSIC ,DJS, VARIETY OF FLAVORFUL FOOD VENDORS, A VENDOR MARKET OF OVER 65 VENDORS, A KID ZONE and more..oh and for the adults who want to have an amazing time kid free within the festival we will have an ADULT VIBE LOUNGE brought to you by HELLO STRANGER for the 21+ and up, basically a separate day party and space with different djs, music, and separate bar.

Along with just enjoying and knowing what it means to preserve the authentic culture and the beautiful diversity of Oakland, California. We are OAKLAND strong.


We are also teaming up with an amazing Oakland based non-profit #BESTFOUNDATION , a foundation who's main focus and concern is to provide resources to underprivileged youth and families within Oakland, Ca. They will be providing




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September 21st - 22nd, 2019 10am-5pm

Celebrating it's 12th year, the Luna Park Chalk Art Festival attracts over 3,000 artists, students, vendors, and community members for a colorful day in San José's Backesto Park. Artists, students and chalk enthusiasts create over 250 pieces of diverse art throughout the park’s pathways, including original works, classical re­creations, traditional Italian madonarri street painting, 3D realistic works, cartoons, modern abstractions, and more. This year the organization will be partnering up with VivaCalleSJ as they take over Backesto Park, which means MORE chalking through Sunday 22nd!

In addition to the artwork, the festival features a main stage of local musicians, dancers and performers, as well as local food trucks and vendor booths.

The festival is free to attend and enjoy.

Proceeds benefit the Luna Park Arts Foundation and support:

  • Grants to K-12 schools and youth programs who participate in the Luna Park Chalk Art Festival for their visual and performing arts programs

  • Providing chalk materials and outreach artists to local schools and community events

  • Providing a colorful community event!

  • Providing paid opportunities for artists, performers and teachers

The Luna Park Chalk Art Festival and Luna Park Arts Foundation are 100% volunteer run.

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Created by Paige Mason 2017