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  • What performances will be at the festival?
    We will have three entertainment areas: a music stage, dance performance area and the High Street Arts Center Theater. The list of performers (subject to change): - CLU Mariachi Ensemble - Conjunto Zacamandu - Moorpark Symphony Orchestra - Moorpark College Jazz - Students of Moorpark Piano Studio - Ballet Folklorico Bell Arts - Megill & Company - High Street Arts Center, Young Frankenstein - The Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College - Moorpark Historical Society The Moorpark Symphony Orchestra will also have their own Apricot Festival Concert on the night of May 11, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM at Walnut Canyon Auditorium, 280 Casey Rd, Moorpark, CA. See some of their musicians during the day at the festival on the High Street Stage and then experience the full orchestra at Walnut Canyon to close out the day!
  • Where do I park?
  • How can I participate as an exhibitor?
    We are no longer taking any new vendors. Hopefully you can join us next year!
  • Is it free to attend?
    Yes! This is a free festival from 11am-5pm on Moorpark's High Street.
  • Are there activities for kids?
    Yes! The Moorpark Library will be doing a story time at 11:30 AM and the Moorpark College Teaching Zoo will put on two animal shows at 12:30pm and 1:15pm, all in the High Street Arts Center Theater. There will be face painting, glitter tattoos, scavenger hunt, art activities, art demos, local students' art on display, kids gifts, toys and more! Kids can also enjoy the live dance, music performances and tasty food!
  • What can I expect at this festival?
    The Moorpark Apricot Festival and Art Fair will be an afternoon of art, crafts, entertainment, food, and spirits. Celebrating our local area, the people who have made it and all those who continue to make it what it is today. We will have art and craft vendors, food trucks, beer, wine, apricot offerings, live music, dance performances, animal shows and more!
  • Why is it called the Moorpark Apricot Festival?
    Moorpark is named after the Moorpark Apricot which grew throughout the valley. Moorpark was once hailed as the apricot capital of the world. While the Moorpark Apricot is no longer grown here, we are coming together to celebrate Moorpark's history, art, culture and what makes it special today.
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