Prepare for three days of fantastic food, great live music, and fun for the entire family. Cranberry Community Days is July 13th – 15th at Cranberry Township Community Park (111 Ernie Mashuda Drive).
Over 48,000 people attend each year. All funds raised support CTCC Project of the Year. Admission is free. There’s so much to do!
Local Restaurants, Food Trucks, and Craft Breweries!
You’ll find so many delicious local and regional food choices, along with fantastic drink options. There’s over 250 vendors! From BeerTowne to Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream to Hot Shot Dog Co. Also check out the Rotary craft ale garden!
Live Music at the Rotary Amphitheater!
Thursday: Opening ceremony and national anthem by Michelle Burgess (5:50pm), This, That & The Other Thing (6pm), No Bad Juju (8:15pm)
Friday: The Fabulous Gunslingers (6pm), The Alt Rocks (8:15pm)
Saturday: The Altered Egos (1pm), The Hit List – Top 40’s (3:15pm), Flashback (5:30pm), Dancing Queen (8pm)
Community days are for all ages. They’ll have carnival rides, games, fire trucks, and Zambelli fireworks! You can get a photo with your favorite mascot on July 15th (2pm – 4pm). The guests include: Iceburgh, Steely McBeam, Bluey, Mickey Mouse, Andy Armadillo, Starkillers Troop 501, CT, Buddy the Elf, Sparky the Fire Dog, and more!
Artwork and Non-Profit Organizations!
Be sure to check out some very cool artwork, featuring the Cranberry artist network, yarn bombing, martinis with Monet, and over 30 artisan vendors! Non-profit organizations include Butler County Humane Society, Cranberry Public Library, Cranberry Historical Society, and many more!
Enter from Route 19 onto Erie Mashuda Drive. Guest shuttles are available. View the map and plan your visit here!This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.