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Cypress Festival announces 2021 dates

April 8th, 2021 the Cypress Community Festival Association announced its new dates and times for the Reimagined 40th Annual Cypress Community Festival. The event, which usually happens in late July will now be moved to the fall. The Cypress Community Festival will take place on Friday, October 8th from 6pm – 9pm and Saturday, October 9th from 2pm – 10pm.

“The new and improved Festival, which will now happen over two days, has been redesigned to allow us to reconnect with the entire Cypress community,” Chair Jimmy Fuller said. He continued, “Our team is putting in countless hours to have a new map, expanded hours, central food hall and a completely revamped kids and teen area. Of course, though, we are keeping our traditions alive with the various vendor/craft booths and the chili cook off, salsa competition and car show.”

The addition of Friday night this year will feature a live concert along with various food offerings. The new kids/teen area will also be open Friday night for our families to enjoy.

Visit our website at www.CypressFestival.com or follow us on Facebook. We will be posting more information in coming months for booths and vendors. If you have a specific question, feel free to email the Festival at [email protected].

This article was released by the Cypress Festival Association.


  1. This will be fantastic! Thanks to all who are working to make this year’s Cypress Festival fun and successful!

    1. Robin,

      Thank you for reading and for writing for Orange County Breeze, and for taking the time to comment on this article.

      Jimmy Fuller, who ran for City Council last Fall, is chairing the Cypress Community Festival Association during this most challenging year. He has gathered a talented and motivated group of Board members who are leaving no stone unturned looking for ideas to make this year’s Festival a smashing success.

      Residents of Cypress should do everything they can to support their efforts. Orange County Breeze will do its part by getting the word out about innovations (a two-day Festival!) and returning favorites (the Chili Cook-off).

      Again, Robion, thank you for reading Orange County Breeze.

      Shelley Henderson
      editor, Orange County Breeze

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