Berkeley Spark 3.0 Arts + Innovation Festival
Saturday, July 18, 2015
10am – 9pm
Berkeley Civic Center Park
Martin Luther King, Jr Way and Center Street
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We had so much fun last year, we thought we’d do it again.
Berkeley Spark is a non-profit, fiscally sponsored by Berkeley Partners for Parks, a 501(c)3 organization.
We are a group of social and cultural change makers, tech professionals, designers, inventors and leaders who get together each spring and summer to produce a number of East Bay events, including the Berkeley Spark festival along with community forums, a film series, and more — all focusing on art, innovation, entrepreneurship and community engagement.
The Berkeley Spark festival is a community-based, participant-driven event connecting the greater East Bay and its surrounding communities. We’re also the place for those who would like to enjoy the Burning Man culture (on and off the playa) and for those heading out to the desert – to pick up clothing, accessories, technology and other essential items.
Vendors: We are no longer accepting applications… you can email us at email@example.com and we will place on our 2016 email list.
How to Get to Berkeley Spark
Take the DOWNTOWN Berkeley BART station which is two blocks east of Civic Center Park. You can also walk, ride your bike, or car pool.
Leave your bike at the Berkeley Bike Station located at 2208 Shattuck Avenue. Their hours on Saturday are from 11am – 7pm or you can purchase a BikeLink card online or at any Bike Station for 24/7 access.
By bus? Go to 511.org to organize your trip to Berkeley Spark.
Civic Center Park is ADA accessible and is pet-friendly.
After Hours ~ After the festival, head east to downtown Berkeley for some of the finest local dining and entertainment here in the East Bay.