Features

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Carnival Rides & Kid’s Zone
NBCC Ferris Wheel 4 x4

  • Ferris Wheel
  • Giant Fun Slide
  • Crazy Bus
  • Tea Cups
  • Arcade Games
  • Climbing Wall
  • Toddler Train

 Main Stage Performers
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Music on the Main Stage at Central Avenue will feature Island music from the Caribbean to the Hawaiian Islands including local reggae favorite Soulstice, Shabang Steel Drum Band, Third Sol, Alta All Stars, Latin Dub Stars, Mio Flores Latin Ensemble and Hawaiian favorite, IMUA.

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Alameda Community Stage
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The Chamber of Commerce Community Stage near Haight Avenue will feature amazing local musicians. This stage has become a one of the most popular attractions at the Jam. This year’s acts include Drew Harrison from the Sun Kings, Michael Barret, Jim Parodi, Hiroko Cooper and many more.

Community Stage Schedule (.pdf)

 Food Truck Mania
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Food Truck Mania is sweeping the nation, bringing together a variety of diverse cultures. Connoisseurs everywhere are hitting the streets to satisfy their palates with food from around the globe. Look no further than the Island JAM’s Food Truck Pavilion to enjoy your favorite cultural cuisine.

 Local Beverages on Tap
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Thirsty fairgoers can choose from a variety of beverages produced locally at Alameda Point. We are proud to offer a variety of beers from Faction Brewing and wine from local favorites, Rock Wall Wine Company and Rosenblum Cellars. We’re keeping it all in the family!

 Fine Arts and Crafts

Shop our all new line up of fine artists and craftspeople hosted by event producer Festival Productions. Alameda’s first “Business Expo on the Street” will be a whole block dedicated to showcasing the goods and services Chamber of Commerce Members that make Alameda a great place to do business.

Walk with Local Historians
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Walk in the footsteps of the early 1900’s fun lovers as you tour what once was the grounds of the Neptune Beach amusement park and bath house. Local historians Eric Kos and Dennis Evansky will lead the tour starting at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, June 21. Assemble at Webster Street and Taylor Avenue.

Ride Your Bike to the Event
Parked Bikes

There’s no reason to worry about where to park your car. Take advantage of Alameda’s new bike lanes along Shoreline Drive by riding your bike to the JAM. Free, secure parking will be provided in the fenced in parking lot near Otaez Mexican Restaurant at Webster Street and Pacific Avenue.