Outdoor concerts are the soundtrack to summer, and Northern California is home to some of the best in the world. Ride the Capitol Corridor to get there and get your groove on.
More Summer Picks/Summer Music Festivals Along the Corridor
In Northern California, there’s no shortage of things to do and places to go during the summer months. To help fill in your warm-weather calendar, we’ve created a guide highlighting our top picks for summer activities along the Capitol Corridor, from San Jose to Sacramento. More Top Picks for Summer Fun in Northern California
It’s another spring weekend with so many events to choose from along the Capitol Corridor! Sip wine while browsing art in Jack London Square, learn traditional Indian Garba dance in San Francisco, support the LGBTQ community in Davis, and enjoy a car show along the Suisun waterfront.
More Weekend Picks: Oakland Jack London Square Art and Wine Festival, Davis Pride Festival, San Francisco Garba in the Gardens and Suisun Biggest Little Car Show
Forget spring cleaning and head to these unique events along the Capitol Corridor! Travel back in time on a historic vintage excursion train ride in Sacramento, then add to your oldies but goodies collection of vinyl records in Davis. Keep heading south to browse through hundreds of artisan made goods at a craft fairs San Francisco and San Jose.
More Weekend Picks: Sacramento Excursion Train Rides, Davis Vinyl and Music Fair, San Francisco Renegade Craft Fair and San Jose Makers Market
While the right time to give back is anytime, April is National Volunteer Month, which amplifies the call to do good. It’s a welcome reminder that whether or not you can fund a nonprofit mission with your dollars, the help you can offer by clocking in hours and energy is priceless.
Traveling to organizations dedicated to making a difference gets even easier by choosing those worthy causes conveniently located along the Capitol Corridor route. Hop on and hop off to volunteer at one of the following organizations from Sacramento to San Jose, each in quick walking distance from a Capitol Corridor station. More Volunteer Along the Capitol Corridor