Downtown Richmond’s Premiere Event
Spirit & Soul Festival
A true celebration of Downtown Richmond. Spirit & Soul Festival transforms historic Main Street into an outdoor bazaar filled with food and artisan vendors, live music from two stages, dancing in the street, a beverage pavilion with VIP seating, and youth zone.
10th annual Spirit & Soul Festival – Salute to Soul
Saturday, September 15, 2018
1pm – 5pm
Macdonald Avenue, Harbour Way – 13th Street
All Ages & Family-Friendly | Free Admission!
Live Music on 2 Stages!
Main Stage: a Salute to Soul Legendary Tribute Lineup
12th Street Stage presented by MA Hays & Youth Committee
VIP Experience: $20 pre-sale or $25 at the event. GET TICKETS!
Dine & Shop
Food Booths & Trucks, Artisan Vendors
Dancing, Info Booths, Prizes, Giveaways & Youth Zone…and more!
and Honoring our 2018 Downtown Champions
Mac & Harbour
a Salute to Soul Legendary Tribute Lineup
Vendors – Registration Open!
Booth Spaces Available:
Artisan/Retail & Information
“Early Bird” Registration:
Help us bring this event to life! From set-up to clean-up, there’s something for everyone…and it’s a lot of fun.
More info and sign-up coming soon!
Join us in our Salute to Soul!
The annual Spirit & Soul Festival—our grand finale for Celebrate Downtown—is just around the corner and we are planning something truly special: a Salute to Soul tribute lineup to commemorate the festival’s 10th anniversary! You do not want to miss an afternoon filled with legendary performances, great food and beverages, shopping, and dancing on Macdonald Avenue. We invite you to save the date for dancing on Main Street and to send a message of caring and support for local arts, culture, and economic development by supporting Spirit & Soul Festival today!
donate securely through PayPal
Go Old School
Check/Money Order/Cashier’s Check
Payable to: Richmond Main Street Initiative
Mail to: 1015 Nevin Avenue, Suite 105, Richmond, CA 94801
Make sure to also send completed your Sponsorship Opportunity form (pg.2)
Thank You to our Sponsors
Interested in learning more or getting involved?