Two signature special events in the Tri-Valley – the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton and Danville Fallfest – canceled their festivities on Sunday due to torrential rain that hit the bay area.
“The health and safety of guests continues to be our # 1 priority at the Alameda County Fair, we are actively monitoring the weather and based on the current forecast for precipitation and high winds we have decided to close. our doors for Sunday Oct. 24, to ensure the safety of our guests, the show team and our partners, ”officials said on the show website.
The fair, which started its run on Friday and continued on Saturday, is currently scheduled to return as scheduled on Monday. The Pleasanton Fairground showcase is expected to run every day until Halloween – after switching to a fall event, instead of the typical summer, due to the impacts of the pandemic.
“Show guests who were planning to attend the show today can use their tickets any other day of the show for admission, parking and carnival. If you purchase a concert or wine tasting ticket for today, keep an eye on your email for more information, “officials said. “The activities of the Fiesta Hispana have been postponed until Sunday, October 31.”
Meanwhile, in Danville, officials from the Danville Area Chamber of Commerce decided after the first day of Fallfest Saturday to cancel the second day due to the poor weather forecast – and eventually arrive – on Sunday.