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A Day On The Water 2! 

Sun., Sept. 28 2014
510-981-6731
Free music festival, arts & crafts fair and fun zone for all!

Musical performances by: Manzo Rally-New Latin rock with members of Malo, Afrofunk Experience-funk & Afrobeats, Crosscut-blues and R&B, Bautista-samba, fusion & rock and Caesar Myles and the Dreaded truth-reggae and world.

The fun zone will contain rolling video games, Bay Area Bubble Soccer tournament, laser tag wars, face painters, balloon magic show, geodesic dome makers, henna artist, bounce houses, hoop power-hula hoops, Brush With Science and kites by Highline Kites.

Food and refreshments will be provided by Remy’s Mexican restaurant as well as Earl’s Texas BBQ.

Day On The Water 2 is another Free Music Festival and Arts & Crafts Fair brought to you by Alotoffun Productions. "We bring free music to the people"

A Day On The Water 2

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