Fogfest 2020 Postponed – Letter to Attendees and Vendors
Dear Fog Festival Attendees and Vendors,
We hope all of you, your families and friends are safe and staying healthy at this time. Considering all Bay Area residents are being asked to do their part to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus and it is not likely that restrictions for large public events will be lifted soon, we have made the decision to postpone our 35th Annual Pacific Coast Fog Fest until September 2021.
Our goal is to continue our annual tradition of bringing great music, entertainment, art food and libations to our coast side. We also want to continue to support our amazing Community Groups and the vendors who share their terrific goods with us during our two-day Festival.
During this pandemic we have gained a deeper appreciation for the life-giving services of “essential workers” in our communities. Artists provide a different kind of “essential” service. Each year, the Pacific Fog Festival brings you artists and vendors who want to inspire us with their goods and show that there are ways to find quality hand made goods made locally. We hope you all continue to stay safe and healthy and please, watch for updates on events and opportunities on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
With Much Appreciation for your understanding and commitment,
The Fog Fest Organizing Group
Debbie Russitano – VP
Scott Cirimeli – VP Sponsorships
Ana Williams – Secretary
John Beckmeyer, Logistics Co-Chair, Josh Armstrong – Entertainment Chair, Mickey Kappes -Entertainment Co-Chair, Al Burman – Media Chair, Robine Runneals – Parade Chair, Archie Judan – Parade Co-Chair.
Larry Passmore – Consultant
Katherine Johnson – Coordinator