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Please join us for our inaugural episode(s) in El Cerrito/Richmond, a region that went from tiny to boomtown during WWII with the rise of the Kaiser Shipyards. Home of Rosie the Riveter and the origin of both HMOs and day care centers, this scrappy, socioeconomically diverse part of the Bay holds hidden delights.

Saturdays and Sundays
September 12 – 27
Start times available between 2 and 3:45

The show runs approximately 2 hours and is family-friendly.

Now Featuring:

El Cerrito

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Featured Artists

The Hogan Brothers

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The Plonseys

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El Cerrito Fun FAQs & Easter Eggs

Like much of the East Bay, what we now call El Cerrito is the unceded ancestral homeland of the Chochenyo Ohlone people, now organized under the Muwekma Tribe. Learn more at the Muwekma website.

Get lots of cool info—geographical, architectural, fascinating, and scandalous, even a quiz—at the El Cerrito Historical Society website.

Who says the old days were dull? Starting near the end of WWI, San Pablo in El Cerrito was a major hub for gambling.

El Cerrito Plaza used to be a notorious track for dog racing that also sometimes added ostrich races. See for yourself.

Music has always flourished here. Creedence Clearwater Revival (originally known as The Golliwogs) is El Cerrito’s best known homegrown band and the family is still local; and Down Home Music Store/Arhoolie Records has been a source from roots music since 1976.