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Radio Day by the Bay 2024 – Live! In Alameda

Join us for an all-day celebration of everything radio!

Date: July 20th
Time: 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM
Location: 2152 Central Ave, Alameda, CA

Highlights of the Event:

  • Live Music: Enjoy performances throughout the day.
  • Live Radio Play: Featuring local Bay Area DJs.
  • Vintage Radio Auction: Bid on dozens of collectible vintage radios
  • Radio Sales: Buy a Bluetooth enables refurbished vintage radio to add some character to your decor
  • Backyard Electronics Surplus Sale: Discover unique and rare electronics and parts.
  • Food Trucks: Delicious options for everyone.
  • Museum Access: Explore our extensive collection and check out our first display.
  • Meet Bay Area Radio Personalities:  Come hang out with the voices you grew up with.
  • CCrane Radio Giveaways:  Every hour CCrane will be giving away a radio.

There’s something for everyone, so bring the whole family for a day of fun and nostalgia!

A Special Thank You to our Sponsors:

  • AT&T
  • C Crane
  • iHeart Media
  • The City of Alameda

Purchase your tickets in advance here or at the door.

To register for a booth please fill out the application by July 10 and pay the booth rental fees.


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