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  • It’s officially festival season, and we couldn’t be more excited! Maybe you’ve already bought your Coachella or Stagecoach tickets, but there’s also plenty of fun to be had right here in the Tri-Valley. Check out some upcoming music festivals that are definitely worth checking out. Blackhawk Food, Wine & Film Festival This black-tie event has […]

  • Mt. Diablo State Park is home to a variety of outdoor recreational activities, unique geological landmarks, rare plant and animal species, and 20,000 acres of explorable terrain. Don’t miss out on anything Mount Diablo State Park has to offer, read our guide before your next visit!   PARK INFO   GETTING THERE   ACTIVITIES   […]

  • The Tri-Valley’s open roads and rolling hills make it one of the best places in California for adult road cycling – whether you’re an expert or you’re just shaking off your training wheels. We’ve plotted out some of the best cycling routes and some pit stops on the way whether you’re training for a big […]

  • Thirty miles east of San Francisco, the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site pays tribute to a truly unique individual: the first American playwright to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, and the winner of four Pulitzer Prizes. The heart of the property, the Tao House, is remarkable, too, since it was the famously vagabond playwright’s […]

  • Are you ready to shop ’til you drop? The San Francisco Premium Outlets is California’s largest outlet mall, hosting 180 designer and brand-name outlet stores and serving millions of shoppers from around the world every year. But for those who opt for smaller shops over chain stores, you’re in luck. Tri-Valley is also home to […]

  • Waived Corkage Fees? Why Not! Wine & Dine Tri-Valley-style gives a special shout-out to our restaurants whose wine lists always include local wines from Livermore Valley. And we’re giving extra love to those restaurants who waive the corkage fee, with this symbol (⇒), when patrons bring in their own bottle of local, Livermore Valley wine. Limit 2 […]

  • Picture this: It’s 8:30 PM. You’ve just finished a fabulous dinner at one of downtown Danville’s incredible restaurants. But the night is still young. You’ve still got some fight left in you! You need a drink and some live music. Look no further than the infamous dueling pianists, Dave Alan and Travis Von Cartier at […]

  • Whether it’s an elaborate firework show or a parade that’s been held since 1975, the Tri-Valley knows how to celebrate America’s Independence. Pleasanton Make your way over to the Alameda County Fair’s Fireworks Spectacular! The show is set to begin at 9:30pm. and there’s no bad seat in the house. Keep in mind that after […]

  •   The Wine Enthusiast Dad will feel like a king when he visits Murrieta’s Well or Underdog Wine Bar at Concannon, perfect spots to fuel up for a full day of wine tasting. After lunch, why not take the Livermore Valley Wine Trolley and visit some Livermore Valley faves like Steven Kent or build-your-own at the WineMaker’s Studio at Wente Vineyards? Finish the day with dinner at any […]

  • When you’re good to mama, mama’s good to you. Make Mother’s Day extra special in the East Bay for the lovely ladies in your life. Let us tell you the ways: Now until Saturday, May 13 Make a reservation at The English Rose for afternoon tea, delicate savories and desserts. Tea service is available from May 2nd to 27th at […]

  • There are countless things to do in the Bay Area. But to escape the typical tourist destinations, you’ll have to head 35 miles of San Francisco to the Tri-Valley where one of California’s oldest wine regions – Livermore Valley – played a pivotal role in shaping California’s wine industry. Who knew, huh? Now over 50 […]

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