The Cypress Chamber of Commerce organizes a Business Expo, with booths staffed by local businesses eager to meet the needs of the festival attendees. Click Here to Complete the Business Expo Vendor Application.
The Cypress Community Festival takes place annually on the last Saturday of July. It celebrates the Incorporation of the City of Cypress, originally known as Dairy City since there were more cows than people!
The Festival is presented by the Cypress Community Festival Association, a collaboration among the Cypress Chamber of Commerce, the Cypress Kiwanis, Friends of Cypress Recreation & Parks, the City of Cypress, and residents of Cypress. The Cypress Community Festival Association is a 501(c)4 non-profit, tax ID 33-0491041.
Festival Day begins with a bang! The starting blast is our Cypress 5K/10K Run/Walk that ends on Orange Ave in front of the Cypress Civic Center. After finishing the race, runners and their supporters are encouraged to travel the short distance east on Orange Ave to Oak Knoll Park, where the Festival Grounds officially open just before 9:00 AM.
Even before the Festival itself begins, the Cypress Kiwanis are hard at work cooking and serving a hot pancake breakfast at the east end of the Cypress Community Center.
The Cypress Chamber of Commerce and Festival Association work together to organize craft, food, and information booths.
Friends of Cypress Recreation & Parks are in charge of the chili and salsa competitions plus a popular car show and the beer garden.
With multiple stages filled with live entertainment, a kids area with rides and game booths, a public safety island that features local police and firefighters, a Cypress Police K-9 demonstration, softball vs. baseball, and more; the Festival Grounds will be a hive of fun all day long.
Registration for a booth will close in early July 2020 or when all booth are sold out.
Date and Time
Saturday Jul 25, 2020
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM PDT
Business Expo Booths are reserved for a business, partner, or independent representative, including direct sales representatives (i.e. Cutco, SolorStreet, Mary kay, Paparazzi Jewelry, Tupperware, etc.), offering or promoting a product or service.
Commercial Food Booths are reserved for For-Profit Vendors and will be in a designated area (Section 400) separate from non-profit food vendor booths. All food vendors are responsible for completing and submitting any and all documents required by the Orange County Health Department, prior to the event, and must be self-contained. A Health Department Representative will inspect all food booths at the festival.