On Wednesday, the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce announced its Seafood and Music Festival will be postponed until 2023.
The festival has been on hold the past two years due to COVID-19 while this years festival is on hold due to the unknowns with a recent COVID spike and the uncertainty of finances and attendance.
“Coming out of two-years where businesses have been hurting, we are focused on rebuilding our business community, rebuilding our membership, retooling our programs and services while also rethinking what festivals look like in a post-pandemic atmosphere,” said Chamber CEO Wolfgang Croskey. “We thank the community for all the support and hope in the future you will enjoy our event.
The Chamber of Commerce is now planning for the 36th Annual Pittsburg Seafood Festival in September of 2023.
This favorite East County festival, that hosts over 30,000+ patrons, includes music, entertainment, incredible food vendors, wine and beer, arts and craft vendors, and a variety of business vendors. The event also features a full size carnival, and jet ski races on the Delta – not to mention a full schedule of entertainment, events, and a special shows.
For more information on the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce and upcoming events, visit them at www.mypittsburgchamber.org