Vallejo’s annual Filipino Independence Day is June 6.
The event kicks-off with a great parade at 9:30 a.m. at Capitol and Marin, then continues with non-stop entertainment on two stages at the Vallejo Waterfront, Mare Island Way and ends at 6 p.m on Saturday, June 6.
This annual event is one of Vallejo’s largest free outdoor festivals that draws crowds wanting to sample Philippine cuisine, soak up Filipino hospitality, and enjoy entertainment that crosses all ages, cultures and ethnicities. Come and bring your family to enjoy the Philippine Culture first hand.
Pista sa Nayon is the highlight of the City of Vallejo’s Philippine Cultural Month celebrated throughout the month of June. Filipinos around the world celebrate June 12 as Philippine Independence Day, as the day when Filipinos first proclaimed their independence from Spain after over 300 years of colonial rule.
No pets are allowed and there is no camping allowed at the event.
For more information, call Tony Salido at (707) 552-4572, Jess Ramos at (707) 319-6864 or Georgia Torres at (707) 334-0874, or visit www.VallejoPistasaNayon.com.