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"A Festival Like No Other"
Sept. 8-9, 2018 11am-7pm Sat., 10am-6pm Sun.
Castro Street, Mountain View, California
Chamber of Commerce Mountain View festival volunteers

Mountain View Chamber of Commerce

47th Annual Art & Wine Festival - Continuing the Tradition

The Mountain View Art & Wine Festival is the Chamber's premier annual fundraiser, enabling the organization to provide the Mountain View community with a variety of important services, programs, and scholarships. This year’s festival is September 8th and 9th. Our Saturday hours are 11:00 am – 7:00 pm, and Sunday hours will remain 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.

festival volunteers pouring wine

Chamber CEO Tony Siress says, "the Mountain View Art & Wine Festival continues to grow and expand its selection of authentic arts and crafts, regional companies offering their latest products & services and highlights the region's best wine, beer and other festive libations along with a wide variety of tasty food. An array of hot musical talent will be featured on our Main Stage and we are excited to continue our tradition of Salsa music on Sunday. Our Kids’ Park will offer fun children's activities. We look forward to providing festival attendees an outdoor experience that continues to be the “Best in the Bay."

The Mountain View Chamber of Commerce has been empowering, supporting and protecting the business community since 1922. By creating a strong local economy, the Mountain View Chamber, with its 546 business members representing over 40,000 employees, supports the unique and desirable quality of life and our vibrant and diverse community. As the Visitor Center for the city of Mountain View, the Chamber offers a community guide and map of information on hotels, restaurants, events, schools, and other visitor-serving interests. People from all over the world, who plan to visit or move to Mountain View, contact the Chamber for their visitor and relocation information needs. Residents also utilize the Chamber as a resource for community-related activities and happenings.

The Chamber in concert with it’s Education Foundation works to partner with businesses, local schools and nonprofits through various programs. The Chamber’s Education Foundation (MVCoCEF.org) delivers some amazing programing, including Leadership Mountain View (lmv.education) which develops well-rounded and thoughtful leaders to move the community forward, Scholarship Mountain View (formally known as SOAR), which supports scholarships for local high school students pursuing a degree and I Love Mountain View (ilovemv.org) which acts as the virtual visitor center for the city. FuelSV (fuelsv.org), our program for young/emerging professionals is a prime example of our inclusive vision teaming with Los Altos and Sunnyvale Chambers to help build a well-rounded community. The Business ConneXions program offers small business owners contacts, leads, referrals and resources needed to grow their business, and the annual Technology Showcase, in partnership with the city features the latest gadgets developed here in Mountain View. These are just a few of the many outstanding programs offered by Mountain View Chamber of Commerce.

For information, call Mountain View Chamber of Commerce at 650-968-8378 or visit our website at http://www.chambermv.org.


Castro Street
(between El Camino Real and Evelyn Avenue)
Mountain View, California

September 8-9, 2018
11am–7pm Saturday, 10am–6pm Sunday