Saint John Maron Church's OC Lebanese Cultural Festival

2022 Edition

Friday | June 10 | 5PM - 10PM

Saturday | June 11 | 11AM - 10PM

Sunday | June 12 | 11AM - 10PM

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SJM Dabke Troupe

Family Friendly

Bring your loved ones for an experience they won’t forget. We are proud Americans, but we also have deep roots in our native Lebanon and a rich culture that is built on thousands of years of history.


Make New Friends

We’re sure that you’ll walk away from our Festival with more friends than you came with. We are known for our hospitality.


Have Fun

The food is great, the entertainment is top-notch, and the experience is enriching. It all adds up to fun! What more can you ask for?

Delicious Lebanse Cuisine
Live Entertainment & Live DJ
Free Kids's Play Zone
Beer & Wine
Plenty Foods & Drinks

Entry Fee $5/Day $12/3 Days
Kids 5 & Under are Free
$15 Valet Parking
Limited Reserved Parking
$100/Day, $175/2 Days, $250/3 Days

Raffles & Prizes,
Limited Reserved Tables
$750/2 Days
$1000/3 Days

10% of Proceeds will be donated to non-profit charities in Lebanon

About our Logo

Sunday, October 2
Friday, September 30
Saturday, October 1
The Red and White Colors represent our Flag of Lebanon.
Blue is in tribute to Our Lady of Lebanon.
The Red, White and Blue colors together also are a tribute to the Flag of USA.
The symbols within the colored panels represent images traditionally associated with Lebanon and the Festival, Food, Church, Dabke Dancing, etc.
Red Panel: Food - Shawarma and Manaesh.
Green Panel: Lebanon - Baalbeck (and other culturally rich architectural ruins found in Lebanon) and our Maronite Church - many churches traditional feature a steeple topped with a Cross.
Blue Panel: USA - Stars soaring upwards, representing both Our Lady and the USA and finally, Dabke Dancing (our Youth Dabke Groups).
The palm tree is a symbol of Southern California and the Tarboush, while it originated from the Turkish occupation of Lebanon, is still associated with the Lebanese. The biblical quote was added as an affirmation to our Maronite Faith, as well as a reference to the biblical Cedars of Lebanon going back to the time before Christ (BC).