The Lafayette Art & Wine Festival is held in downtown Lafayette, CA at 3535 Mt. Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA (google map)

Essential Guides:

See below for embedded versions of these maps. Click the maps to enlarge. Please note that the parking, shuttle bus and bike parking map is not to scale so that you can see where to find these areas more clearly. The Festival is much closer to these locations.  Look at the Festival Map for a more scaled view.

 

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Things to Do at the Lafayette Art & Wine Festival

  • Over 300 arts, crafts, fine artists, food vendors, beer and wine sponsors and commercial vendors provide you with hours of shopping, eating and entertainment pleasure
  • Don’t miss the local businesses! The festival footprint encompasses wonderful local merchants featuring restaurants, jewelers, antique shops, day spas, linen shops, clothing, gifts and business services.
  • Visit the Local Artists Alley, located in the La Fiesta Square Parking Lot.

Enjoy the Wine and Beer

Buy Drink Tickets – drink tickets and required glasses sold at five (5) Official Ticket Booths. ID Required.

Sample Wine & Beer: Proof of Age Wrist Band Required (Bring your ID)

Critical Services

  • FIRST AID, POLICE and FIRE are located in the parking lot next to Postino Restaurant, 3565 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
  • TOILETS are located in four different areas of the festival: (1) Behind the Bank of the West Stage, (2) South Thompson across from Super Cuts, (3) Behind Round-up Saloon corner of Mt. Diablo & Lafayette Circle, and (4) Near Fiesta Stage
  • LOST AND FOUND is located at the Lafayette Chamber office, 251 Lafayette Circle, Ste 150. We can be reached by phone at (925) 284-7404.
  • WATER STATIONS are located 1) Near the Bank of the West Stage, 2) at Triage next to Postino Restaurant, 3565 Mt. Diablo Blvd., 3) at the Main Gate near Starbucks, 4) near the Fiesta Stage.
  • DOGGIE COOLING STATION will be located at Farm Yard Darlings on Lafayette Circle.

Dogs

  • Must be leashed and in control at all times. Be sure to bring water!
  • Are happiest and safest before 1p.m., while sidewalks are cooler and less crowded.
  • Dog cooling station is located at 30 Lafayette Circle.
  • Taking your dog to summer festivals can be fun, but be sure you're prepared before you go. Please consider these tips before bringing your dog to the festival.

Thank you to our Water Station Sponsors!

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