Friends and Family,
Looking for something fun this weekend?  Look no more. This Sunday’s FREE Oakland East Bay Symphony at The Craneway Pavilion offers exciting entertainment for the whole family.  Enjoy live music, food and spectacular fireworks over the waterfront!
Hosting the event for the 3rd consecutive year is the historic Craneway Pavilion on SF Bay, near Pt. Richmond.  The Craneway’s companion restaurant — Boilerhouse Restaurant — will seat guests at 5pm and remain open throughout the evening. RESERVATIONS are recommended (510) 215-6000 The bike-&-walking trail, wharf area and parking open at 5pm. 
KBLX Kimmie Tayor is this year’s emcee.  At 6:30 the music begins with Khalil Shaheed and Oaktown Jazz Workshops. By 8 pm the conductor of OEBS Michael Morgan will lead the orchestra, playing popular and rousing works
BYOB means Bring Your Own Blanket — or folding chair. Seating is limited, even through the Craneway venue is 45,000 sq feet and held a sell-out crowd of 4,500 fans at the recent Wavvy Gravy birthday party concert.The entire Craneway building is more than 500,000 sq feet. It was built in 1930 by Albert Kahn  for Henry Ford’s auto factory. In 1941 women took over and made tanks. Soon the Rosie the Rivetor WW II Homefront War museum  will be relocated by The Craneway Pavillion.

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