The Craneway Pavilion Announces July 3rd Independence Day Celebration Featuring the Oakland East Bay Symphony

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Live Music, Food And Fireworks - Free To The Public

RICHMOND, Calif., June 5 // -- The Craneway Pavilion, inside the historic Ford Point Building on the waterfront in Richmond, will host a patriotic celebration for the whole family featuring live music, food and fireworks at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 3. Located on 25 waterfront acres, Craneway Pavilion delivers incredible views of the San Francisco skyline featuring floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the entire event space as well as a 20,000 square foot patio, perfect for viewing the City of Richmond's Firework Display. The event is free to the public.

The live music line up will feature gospel sets, performers will be announced in the coming weeks. At 8 p.m. the Oakland East Bay Symphony will begin their ninety-minute set that will include Disney classics and a medley of works by American composer John Philip Sousa, among others (see set list, below). The Symphony's set will end as the city of Richmond's Firework Display launches over the water. The Oakland East Bay Symphony is currently celebrating the 20th anniversary of Music Director Michael Morgan and launches their 21st season on November 13 at Oakland's Paramount Theatre.

The Craneway Pavilion is located at 1414 Harbour Way South in the Marina district of Richmond and can be accessed from the 580 freeway. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and general and premium parking will be available. There is limited seating available on a first come first serve basis and guests are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs.

The Craneway's new Boiler House Restaurant will offer an Independence Day themed concession menu featuring tri-tip sandwiches, pizza, brownies and more. The Craneway Pavilion adjacent restaurant will also be open starting at 5 p.m. for full-menu dining and service prior to and during the July 3rd event. Beer, wine and additional beverages will be available. No outside liquor will be allowed.

This free Independence Day celebration is made possible by the generous support of our title sponsors, Chevron, the Craneway Pavilion, and the City of Richmond and our supporting sponsors, Mechanics Bank, UPS, Richmond CVB, Courtyard by Marriott, DP Security, LumaTech Lighting, KDFC, NBC, and Globe Newspapers. The Richmond Police Activities League and other charitable organizations will be present to accept donations.

For more information please visit www.craneway.com or www.oebs.org.

Oakland East Bay Symphony's July 3rd Program (subject to change):



    

About the Craneway Pavilion

Craneway Pavilion is a world-class and sustainably designed event, concert and production facility centrally located in one of the planet's most iconic destinations. Located on 25 waterfront acres, Craneway Pavilion delivers awe-inducing views of the San Francisco skyline and surrounding environs--matched only by the inventive programming and infrastructure options available inside.

As state-of-the-art as it is historic, Craneway Pavilion offers an expansive 45,000 square feet facility in an architecturally significant building dating back to 1932. It also features an adjoining, 20,000 square-foot open-air wharf patio, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor environments for the best of both worlds. Craneway's unparalleled atmosphere and amenities set the stage for special occasions, meetings and cultural highlights -- of every size and every stripe -- that are as unforgettable as San Francisco itself.

About the Oakland East Bay Symphony

Oakland East Bay Symphony was founded in July 1988, when musicians from the former Oakland Symphony joined community leaders to form a new orchestra. Michael Morgan was appointed Music Director in 1990 and began guiding the Symphony in the musical and philosophical direction it pursues today. OEBS has achieved distinction nationally as a leading regional orchestra, noted for its unique convergence of artistic excellence and community service. The Symphony's mission is to make classical music accessible, particularly to those individuals in the community who might otherwise never hear live symphonic music.

www.craneway.com

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