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Welcome to the August Festivals pages of California Fairs and Festivals! Click on the links to connect to the event of interest. Enjoy!


Festival of Arts


Location: 650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, CA 92651

Phone: (949) 494-1145

URL: www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org

Description: Laguna Beach's Festival of Arts returns! Explore this juried fine art show featuring 140 of Southern Orange County's top artists in an open-air gallery setting. A world-renowned art destination, visitors can take tours of the exhibit, catch an art demonstrations, dine at one of the on-site restaurants, create their own masterpiece, or simply sit back and enjoy the creative atmosphere. There are even daily art classes for kids! Weekends are jam-packed with live music and special event

Time: varies

Address: Mammoth Lakes, California 93546

Email: mailto:jim@harvestmoonpresents.com

Phone: 888-992-7397

URL: www.mammothbluesbrewsfest.com

Description from the organizer: " Successfully celebrating its 14th year, Mammoth's Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza promises an energetic lineup of blues talent and a grand tasting of microbrews from around the country. It all takes place outdoors among the pines at Sam's Wood Site, located on Minaret Road between Main Street and Meridian Blvd., with California's Eastern High Sierra as the backdrop. Mammoth's Festival of Beers features more than 70 of the country's best microbreweries. Along with the beer and blues, a "Blues-style" BBQ and plenty of other food-stuff will satisfy the heartiest of appetites

s providing entertainment for all.


Annual Mammoth Lakes Bluesapalooza & Festival of Beers

Date: July 30-August 2, 2015


OC Health & Wellness Fair 2014

Date: August 1, 2015

Time: 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Address: 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Phone: 714-399-8910

Email: info@elitehealthdimensions.com

URL: www.elitehealthdimensions.com


Come for the education, stay for the fun at the OC Market Place on August 23rd as Elite Health Dimensions presents Health and Wellness Fair 2014 from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa. Join us for the one-day event to learn about farm fresh organic food, quality sleep for kids, healthy cooking and sports activities promoting a healthy lifestyle. Get free health screenings, massages and CPR classes. Participate in a scavenger hunt and enter for a chance to win a flat screen TV, workout DVDs, therapeutic hula hoop and more!

The Health and Wellness Fair is included with $2 OC Market Place swapmeet admission. Kids 12 and under get in free. For all the healthy details, call 714-399-8910.

and keep the party going and the Sunday Morning Hangover Party. "


Monterey Bay Strawberry Festival!

Date: August 1-2, 2015 (usually the first full weekend of August)

Times: 10am to 6pm

Address: Downtown Watsonville

Beach and Main Streets

Watsonville, CA

Phone: (831) 728-6183

URL: http://www.mbsf.com/

Description from their site: "Strawberry lovers will unite for one of Watsonville's premier outdoor events at the Annual Monterey Bay Strawberry Festivalin the historic downtown plaza.

The multi-faceted celebration will serve up a menu of delectable strawberry delights, non-stop live community entertainment for young and old on two stages, gooey contests for berry lovers of all ages, arts and crafts, a special children's area with strawberry projects, Strawberry Carnival, and much, much more.

From fresh strawberries to strawberry tamales, you'll be able to satisfy your strawberry appetite. Other food items available include tacos, pepper steak sandwiches, Falafels, Greek delicacies, barbecued sandwiches, pizza, sausage, kettle corn and hot dogs."

Directions from their site


SF Aloha Festival

Date: August 1-2, 2015

Times: 10am to 5pm

Address: San Mateo County Event Center

1346 Saratoga Dr. San Mateo, CA

Email: info@pica-org.org

Phone: 415-281-0221

URL: SF Aloha Festival

Description: Pacific Islander music and Polynesian dance are the entertainment highlights of a weekend celebrating the cultures and traditions of the Pacific Islanders. The festival also features arts, crafts, island cuisine, educational exhibits for the kids.


Fremont Festival of the Arts

Date: August 1-2, 2015

Time: 10am - 6pm

Location: Central Fremont: Paseo Padre Parkway and Mowry Ave., Fremont, CA

Email: cbonior@fremontbusiness.com

Phone: (510) 795-2244

URL: http://fremontfestival.net

Description: The Fremont Festival of the Arts hosts a wide variety of activities and entertainment for the entire family; over 700 top-quality artisan booths delight the most discerning shoppers, music lovers enjoy continuous music featured on three stages, children are thrilled with the many games and activities found in "Kid City", and Gourmet Marketplace offers gourmet specialties for the discerning cook. The best news of all, admission to the Festival is free.

Vendor Contact information: fmtcc@fremontbusiness.com

Attendance: 385,000


L A Natural Hair Care Expo / Los Angeles Natural Hair Care Expo

Date: August 1-2, 2015

Time: 11:00 AM- 8:00 PM

Location: hacienda hotel. 525 North Sepulveda Blvd El Segundo

Email: LANaturalhaircareexpo@gmail.com

Phone: 571-roots -13

URL: www.LANaturalhaircareexpo.com

Description: everything about natural hair education , holistic health and natural products (education, demonstration, workshops in separate rooms)

Vendor Contact information: LANaturalVendor@gmail.com

Attendance: 1200


Lemon Festival

Date: August 2, 2015

Times: 11am to 7pm

Address: Between E and G Streets in Third Avenue in Chula Vista

Phone: (619) 422-1982 or info@thirdavenuevillage.com

Email: info@thirdavenuevillage.com

URL: http://www.thirdavenuevillage.com/

Description from their press release: "The Third Avenue Village Association will squeeze a day of fun into your schedule by celebrating its Annual Lemon Festival on Sunday, August 10th, from 11a.m. to 7p.m. The event celebrates the heritage of Chula Vista as the city was once self-proclaimed "Lemon Capital of the World" in the 1920's.

Every year, the festival increases in popularity attracting many visitors to the beautiful and redeveloped Third Avenue Village; bringing 40,000 festival goers who enjoy a full day of entertainment, arts, shopping at specialty shops, learning more about Chula Vista at the Heritage Museum, and enjoying dozens of delicious food options.

The free event taking place between E and G Streets in Third Avenue, promises to feature live entertainment on two stages, art displays, a beer garden, a rock climbing wall, community dance performances, lemon contests, a kids' fun zone, carnival rides, inflatables, pony rides, and much more!."


Festival of the Chariots

Date: Sunday, August 2, 2015

Time: 11 am to 7 pm

Address: Where Windward Ave. meets "the Boardwalk" in Venice Beach


Email: karunadharini@ca.rr.com


Description:Three forty-foot authentic chariots from India are hand pulled for two miles by the spectators themsleves Santa Monica to Ocean Front Park. At the end of the parade is a huge festival site with three stages for entertainment, classical Indian dance performance, popular "Bhakti-Fest" kirtan music performers, and dramatic arts. Five food booths will offer a variety of healthy vegetarian and vegan treats. There is a tent for children to enjoy arts, crafts and music, and a "lunch on the house" booth which serves 10.000 plates, first come, first serve.


Irish Fair and Music Festival

Date: Will return in 2015

Time: 10am - 6pm

Address: At the Fairplex in Los Angeles County

Phone: (310) 537-4240

URL: http://www2.la-irishfair.com/

Description from their site: "Celebrating its 7th year, The Irish Fair & Music Festival has become the largest festival of its kind in Southern California. With 9 stages featuring true Irish music from the likes of Gaelic Storm, Skelpin', The Mulligans, Diane the Bard, and many more.

Back again this year, we are featuring the Cripple Creek Cloggers and the McCartan School of Dance. Also this year, Sheepherding Demonstrations, an Irish Dog Show, the largest Irish Import Street in the west, Leprechaun Village, Pipers and the Celtic Arts Center with fine Irish dinning."


Cabrillo Music, Art, Food, and Wine Festival

Date: August 2-6, 2015

Address: Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium

307 Church Street Santa Cruz, CA

Email: lyndsey@cabrillomusic.org

Phone: (831) 420-5260

URL: http://www.cabrillomusic.org/

Description: Great music and art served with a side of food and wine.


Old Spanish Days

Date: August 5-9, 2015

Times: various times depending on the event

Address: Santa Barbara; Various locations.

Email: info@oldspanishdays-fiesta.org

Phone: 805-962-8101

URL: Old Spanish Days

Description: This Fiesta has something for everyone including tours, parades, dances, music, and lots of food. Check out their website for a great list of events for this jam packed five-days of fun in Santa Barbara.


La Habra Corn Festival

Date: August 7-9, 2015

Times: varies

Address: LaHabra, CA

Phone: 562-697-1704

URL: http://lahabracornfestival.com/

Description: Dancing, and corny things happen in La Habra during this festival. Proceeds benefit local youth and school organization.


Fiesta Days

Date: Friday to Sunday Aug 7-9, 2015

Time: varies

Location: Frazier Mountain Park, Frazier Park, CA 93225

Email: fiestadays@live.com

Phone: (661) 431-8260

URL: http://www.frazierfiestadays.com/

Description: This year will be the 47th Annual Fiesta Days. Fiesta Days is the longest running celebration in the Mountain Communities with people from all over the U.S. flocking to the mountains to participate in the three day festival. Enjoy live music all weekend long. Wander through the artisan booths. Try your hand at one of the many family games such as watermelon eating, potato sack races or log sawing competitions. Show off your pets in the Pet Show. Display your abilities in the Art Show or Talent Show. Come watch the Parade. Enjoy the Carnival. Attend the VFW Pancake Breakfast. Toss some horseshoes. Try to catch the tagged fish at the Fishing Derby. There is something for everyone! Come to Fiesta Days to see old friends, make new friends and keep building your Mountain Memories.

Vendor Contact information: http://www.frazierfiestadays.com/


California Beer Festival - Santa Cruz

Date: August 7-9, 2015

Time: 12:30pm - 5pm

Location: Aptos Village Park, Santa Cruz, CA

Email: info@californiabeerfestival.com

Phone: (805) 323-5691

URL: http://californiabeerfestival.com/

Description: The California Beer Festival (CBF) is back! CBF is proud to educate the public on the Craft Beer movement, celebrate great beer and raise money for local charities! Live music, great local food, and sampling of over 60 craft beers! This is the event of the year for any beer enthusiast! Tickets available online at www.californiabeerfestival.com. Event is 21 years of age or older with Valid ID.

Vendor Contact information: info@californiabeerfestival.com

Attendance: 3,000


Long Beach Jazz Festival

Date: August 7-9, 2015

Address: Rainbow Lagoon park Long Beach, CA

Email: linda@rainbowpromotions.com

Phone: 562-424-0013

URL: http://www.longbeachjazzfestival.com/

Description: Great jazz in a super setting.


Hayfork Mule Days

Date: August 7-9, 2015

Times: Various times

Address: Trinity County Fair

Email: dhlavac@mvusd.us

Phone: N/A

URL: Hayfork Mule Days

Description: Don't be stubborn about it, just go to the Hayfork Mule Days Celebration. You will see mule races, teamster divisions, saddle mule performances, log skidding, chariot racing, and more. If mules aren't enough, the Trinity County Fair, bull riding, horse show, destruction derby, quilt show and auction are some of the other attractions occurring on this action packed three-day event.


Midsummer Fantasy Fest

Date: Moved to June

Time: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Location: Steele Wines, 4350 Thomas Dr (Thomas Dr at Hwy 29), Kelseyville, CA 95451

Email: tastingroom@steelewines.com

Phone: Pam Prisco 707-279-9415 or 707-245-7857

URL: http://midsummerfantasyfest.wordpress.com/

Description: Cast your cares aside for an afternoon and evening of whimsical, fantastical merriment with characters of the realm of fantasy, with faerie-folk, elves, unicorns, and pots of gold ~ from a dream begat at Midsummer's Night …as we cross over into that astonishing place where, for one day, reality becomes the inconceivably unimaginable, and we are the nonconforming oddities that meet the residents of the realm!

Vendor Contact information: Pam Prisco 707-279-9415 or 707-245-7857

Attendance: Free admission


Japanese Food & Cultural Bazaar

Date: August 8-9, 2015

Address: Sacramento Buddhist Church

2401 Riverside Blvd. at X Street Sacramento CA

Phone: (916) 446-0121

URL: http://www.buddhistchurch.com/

Description: Learn about Japanese food and enjoy the bazar at this event that started in 1947.


Ecuadorian Festival & Parade


Time: Noon-6pm

Location: Placita Olvera: Main St. & Cesar Chavez Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012

Email: njmedina@pacbell.net

Phone: 213 361-6008


Description: More than 10,000 Ecuadorians & 2,500 Latinos from other countries will celebrate at La Placita Olvera with Ecuadorian Food, Ecuadorian Arts & Crafts, Ecuadorian musical groups, Commercial Products, free health screenings, lots of free gifts, Carnival Games and a variety of products, services and information provided by all type of exhibitors.


The Annual Woodland Tomato Festival

Date: August 8, 2015

Address: NEW LOCATION! Heritage Plaza 600 Main St. in Woodland, CA

Email: woodlandtomatofest@yahoogroups.com

Phone: (530) 666-5335

URL: http://www.woodlandtomatofestival.com/

Description: A fun day for the family in the heart of tomato land! Look out for Green Zebras.


Annual Benicia Peddlers' Fair

Date: Saturday, August 8, 2015

Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Benicia, CA 94510

Email: info@beniciapeddlersfair.org

Phone: 707-745-8680

URL: www.beniciapeddlersfair.org

Description: Over the past 50 years the quaint and historic town of Benicia has been home to the Benicia Peddlers' Fair. And admission to the fair is still free! The fair, sponsored by the Historic Trust of St. Paul's Episcopal church, has grown from a few antique and collectible dealers displaying their wares on First Street to over 300 booths. The fair offers attendees an opportunity to examine and purchase period furniture pieces, antiques and collectibles, vintage textiles, pottery, paintings, jewelry, clocks, and fine handcrafted items. A delicious array of food vendors adds to the festiveness of the fair. In addition to the unique First Street stores, and great restaurants fair visitors will find Benicia's world famous glassblowers. For the attendee seeking assistance or rest, the Valero Benicia Refinery provides a First Aid Tent. An information Booth will be located near the beginning of the fair and tours of historic St. Paul's Episcopal Church will be provided throughout the day. A "Children's Art Space will provide art activities for children accompanied by an adult. The fair extends down First Street to the waterfront with beautiful views of the Carquinez Straits. The original California State Capital Building is located on the corner of First and G Streets adding to the charm of this historic town. And don't forget the best part, admission is free!

Vendor Contact information: info@beniciapeddlersfair.org 707-745-8680

Attendance: 25,000 - 35,000


Banana Festival

Date: August 8-9, 2015

Time: open at 10 am close at 7pm Sat. and 5pm Sunday

Location: William Land Park at Freeport Blvd, Sacramento Ca

Email: sojomuseum@gmail.com

Phone: 916-320-9573

URL: http://bananafestival.sojoarts.net/

Description: 2013 Banana Festival

the festival will host a variety of local non-profits providing an abundance of resources on health education, health screenings and, of course, the benefit of the banana. Other highlights include two cardiovascular workouts, provided by Tina B. and Soul Line Dancers and Courtney Smith. Tina B. and the Soul Line Dancers will provide Banana Line Dancing on Saturday afternoon from 2:00pm to 2:30pm; and Courtney Smith (24 Hour Fitness Zumba instructor) will provide Banana Zumba on Sunday morning from 10:30am to 11:00pm. We would like to create a flash mob type of environment where everyone is on the stage enjoying exercise and having fun while benefiting from two great cardio workouts. Please encourage friends, family and clients to come out and participate in these exercises and have a Bananarama good time!!!

To help the festival promote the education of a healthy environment and the importance of math & science for children/youth in our community, we have invited the Banana Slug String Band from Santa Cruz, California. This band is dedicated to fostering positive attitudes about the environment, providing accurate information about natural history and science, promoting music appreciation, building self- esteem in children, honoring creativity, supporting the arts in education, and inspiring a joyful sense of wonder. We would like for every child in Sacramento to be exposed to this performance. So please take the time to get this information to as many families as you can. And remember, for children 7 and under, admission to the Banana Festival is free!


Trinity River Jamboree

Date: August 7-9, 2015

Time: 10 am

Address: CA-299, Junction City, Ca

Phone: 530 623 1982

Email: thetrinityriverjamboree@gmail.com

URL: TrinityJam.com

Description: Trinity River Jamboree is BACK! The 3-day music and arts festival will take place at the beautiful Junction City Park on August 15th,

16th& 17th. The event will showcase a wide variety of music and

arts including 2 stages of music, a huge craft vending arena, yoga

workshop stage, art gallery and fashion show. More than 40

enetrtainment acts including, Gaudi, Zilla, Vibesquad, Woven Roots, Dj

Logic, The Getdown Crew, Motherlode, the 4-low, hoop performance, fire

show and so much more. For our complete line-up visit www.TrinityJam.com.

Also being integrated into this years event is a Kids Zone, a

Yoga/Wellness workshop schedule, River Float, Tournament of Champions,

Photo Scavenger Hunt, Silent Disco and Best Campsite award. Delicious

food and beverages for all tastes will be available, including a large

selection of organic local food, prepared fresh.

The event will also be hosting a variety of charity events and fundraisers,

we are on the lookout for local Trinity County charities to pair with

for exposure and fundraising. We are also still accepting craft vendors

and volunteer applications for workers. Tickets are available at

Wildberries MarketPlace (arcata), Junction City Store (Junction City),

RiverSong (Willow Creek), and Peoples Records (Arcata)

For more information on the Trinity River Jamboree please visit:




Wine & Produce Passport Weekend
Date: Aug 8-9, 2015
Time: 9am (farms) 11am (wineries) to 5pm
Located: CA Scenic Hwy 160
more specific location: Courtland, CA 95615
Email: sacriverdeltagrown@gmail.com
Website: here
Description: Wine & Produce Passport Weekend Event
Travel CA Scenic Hwy 160, to visit several 3-6th generation family farms and wineries of the Delta Farm & Winery Trail during the annual Wine & Produce Passport Weekend Aug 8-9th. Visitors will have the opportunity to participate in farm tours, kids' activities, local wine tasting, farm equipment displays, contests, and enjoy farm exhibits and fresh local produce (pears, tomatoes, melons, squash, stone fruits, sweet corn, zucchini, beans, eggs, organic, etc). Meet your local Delta farmers and explore this hidden secret of California. The Delta region is rich in history, agricultural production, natural habitats, cultural influences, and a multitude of quaint towns; making your travels through the area a relaxing scenic drive while exploring. First 500 ticketholders get a reusable bag at the pick up locations, where you need to check in for your Passport wristband. Special Passport Prizes: "Traveled the Delta Grown Trail" special passport drawings of two Delta Grown Baskets. Eligible entry by visiting and getting passport stamped at a minimum of 5 farms/wineries.Tickets $15/adult, kids under 16 FREE. Tickets are valid for both days.
Farms are open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. 
Wineries are open from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. More information at www.SacRiverDeltaGrown.org




"Hot Rods for Heroes"


Location: Liberty Station (parking lot I) @ Historic Decatur and Roosevelt Street, San Diego CA 92106

Email: johnjerd@sbcglobal.net

Phone: 760-743-5223 or mobile 760-271-3633

URL: http://woundedwarriorhomes.org/

Description: Classic car/motorcycle show with street fair vendors. food and live music onstage with the Walrus Radio 105.7 FM hosts Nolan & Kim

Vendor contact info: johnjerd@sbcglobal.net 760-743-5223 or mobile 760-271-3633

Attendance: 5,000 to 10,000


Annual Long Beach Crawfish Festival

Date: August 14-16, 2015

Time: 12pm to 11pm on July 28

12pm to 10pm on July 29

Address: Rainbow Lagoon, (400-403) Shoreline Drive, Long Beach, CA 90802

Phone: 562-495-5959

Email: roy@oentertainment.net

URL: http://longbeachcrawfishfestival.com

Description: The Long Beach Crawfish Festival, now in its 19th year, serves delicious Cajun Crawfish dinners, prepared Louisiana-style and spiced to perfection in the world's largest crawfish steamers. The feast includes succulent red baby potatoes, buttery corn on the cob with creamy, delectable dipping sauce. Dance to rousing Cajun and Zydeco bands and join the Second Line Dancing Parade featuring New Orleans High Steppers. Enjoy the food, beach bars, culture and ambient lifestyle, including a children's area, at the nation's largest Crawfish Festival experience outside of Louisiana.

General Admission Tickets are $15.00. Food tickets range from $35.00 to $40.00. Children under 12 free, when accompanies by an adult.

Vendor information/contacts: O Entertainment, Roy Hassett, 562-495-5959 http://www.oentertainment.net/562-495-5959/application_information.php




Time: 3:00pm - 7:00pm / doors open 1:00pm

Location: Swim Beach Outdoor Amphitheater

41220 Park Avenue, Big Bear Lake 92315

Email: nancy@batesmeyer.com

Phone: 909 547 0504

URL: www.bluesforthezoo.com

Description:BLUES FOR THE ZOO's lakeside setting offers a scenic backdrop for an afternoon of internationally recognized musicians along with a selection of local arts and crafts and a freshly prepared food/beverage menu. Headlining the day of music will be the Windy City Harmonica Breakdown, bringing together two generations of Chicago blues-harp greats, including a rare West Coast appearance by preeminent harmonica ace Billy Branch, a charismatic stage performer and respected music educator. Branch hand-picked fellow harpists Russ Green and Omar Coleman to showcase the top line of Chicago blues for this event.

Vendor Contact information: Vicki Cummings


Attendance: 1,000


4&20 Blackbird Music Festival


Location: Downtown Weed, CA 96094

Time: 11am - 11pm

Featuring: 12 Stages, 125 Bands (of all genres), Gourmet Food, Craft Beer, Premier Wineries, Art Installations, Dance Party, Car Show

Purpose: A celebration of music, art and food to benefit downtown Weed.

Tickets: Starting at $25

Contact: mail@4and20festival.com

URL: http://www.4and20festival.com


Annual Scotts Valley Art & Wine Festival

Date: August 15-16, 2015

Time: 10:00am - 6:00pm

Location: Skypark, 361 Kings Village Road Scotts Valley CA 95066

Email: svartandwine2014@gmail.com

Phone: 831-438-1010

URL: Call to Artists Webpage http://svartandwinefestival.zapevent.com

Description: Art and Wine Festival

Vendor Contact information: Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce 831-438-1010


Gold Country Brews and Blues

Date: no update

Time: 10am to 10pm

Location: Eldorado County Fair Grounds Placerville Ca

Email: Admin@localbrewsandblues.com

Phone: 916 517 9969

URL: www.localbrewsandblues.com

Description: Brews, Blues, BBQ and Vendors Galore

Vendor Contact information: Ed 916-517-9969

Attendance: 5000


The Annual Good Festival

Date: August

Address: Bolinas park in Fairfax, CA

URL: http://www.thegoodfestival.com/

Description: A fun day for the family! Sustainability – Free Organic meals and ice cream – Valet Bike Parking- Ride your bike!

Come enjoy a positive, inspiring day full of fun, learning, music, and creation..


Paso Robles Olive Festival

Date: August 15, 2015

Times: 11am-4pm

Address: Downtown Paso Robles, California

Email address: mainstreet@tcsn.net

Phone/Fax: 805.238.4103

URL: http://www.pasoolivefestival.com/

Description from their web page : "Olive-inspired food will be prepared and served in Olive Festival Culinary Row. Cooking demonstrations and a cook-off will be held in the "Outdoors' Kitchen Stadium" in the park. Home chefs can enter the Olive Dish Contest. They can also submit recipes for the Olive Festival Cookbook. There will be live music along with free olive oil ice cream. Enjoy arts and crafts vendors, children's activities, and olive product vendors."


 Fig Fest                                

Date: August 15, 2015

Times: varies

Address: CSU Fresno, 2485 E. San Ramon Ave, Fresno, CA 93710

Email address: californiafigfestival@gmail.com

Phone: n/a

URL: http://www.californiafigs.com/califigfest

Description: The Fig is the star of the show

Vendor: If your interested in  becoming a vendor please email: Marilyn@DiscoverCCI.com _______

Pescadero Arts and Fun Festival

Date: Aug 15-16, 2015

Time: 10am - 6pm

Location: IDES Grounds- Stage Road, Pescadero

Email: info@pescaderoartsandfunfestival.org

Phone: 650-879-0848

URL: pescaderoartsandfunfestival.org

Description: An old time country fair. A showcase of art, music and community spirit. All day LIVE entertainment, 60+ craft vendors, great local food offerings, 'special section just for kids'. Comedy Fashio Show on Sunday. Situated on the South San Mateo Coast, the weather is mild and the scenery unbeatable!

Vendor Contact information: Applications available at website. click on 'participation'. Or call 650-879-0738

We will accept applications until festival is full.

Annual Cajun / Zydeco Festival

Date: August 15, 2015

Times: 10am to 7pm

Address: Ardenwood Farm Fremont, CA

Phone: 510-636-1684

URL: Annual Cajun / Zydeco Festival

Description from their web site: "Enjoy some of the best Louisiana French Tradition Cajun-Zydeco music of local artists. This year's headliners direct from Louisiana are T-Broussard & the Zydeco Steppers with Mary Jane Ardoin. The local headliner will be Queen Ida and her Zydeco Band, who we welcome back for the second time. Also enjoy the music of Motor Dude Zydeco, with Edward Poullard, Mark St. Mary, and Andre Thierry - Zydeco Magic. Five bands will perform, dance lessons offered, cajun food sold, plus all the activities offered at Ardenwood Farm for the public to enjoy. Gates open at 10 a.m.; music starts at 11".


Fairfield Tomato Festival

Date: August 15, 2015

Address: Jefferson and Texas Streets, Fairfield, CA.

URL: Fairfield Tomato Festival

Description: The annual festival in Fairfield celebrates the tomato!


Hayward Zucchini Festival

Date: August 15-16, 2015

Times: 11am to 7pm

Address: Kennedy Park

Hayward, CA

Phone/Fax: (510) 264-9466

URL: http://www.zucchinifest.org

Description: If you planted several zucchini plants in your garden and now you are wondering what to do with your

harvest, visit this festival with your best fruit.

Vendor: here


Vallejo Greek Festival

Date: Moved to September 25, 2015

Time: 11 am to 7 pm

Address: 1224 Alabama St. Vallejo, CA

Email: ras1948@aol.com

Phone: 707.249.2241

URL: http://www.medsoul.com/gig/

Description: Greek food and music

Vendor information: greek items/jewelry


Rohnert Park Warriors Annual Pacific Islander Festival

Date: August 21, 2015

Time: 10am – 8pm

Address: Rohnert Park City Center Plaza in front of Rohnert Park Police Department 500 City Center Drive Rohnert Park California

Phone: 707-843-9175

Email: fundraising@rpwarriors.com

URL: http://www.rpwarriors.org/

Description: Come join us for our 2nd Annual Pacific Islander Festival!

There will be good food, music, entertainment, activities, various merchandise vendors, raffles and silent auctions. Food booths will feature Polynesian cuisine (teriyaki beef and chicken plates, Kahlua pork, Samoan pagipopo & panikeke, chop sui, etc.) as well as other scrumptious cuisine. Plenty of vendors selling the best merchandise from the islands! Lots of kids activities and island arts/crafts. Great music and dancing all day long!

This event is FREE to the public!!

Vendor info: Raquel Kilmartin <fundraising@rpwarriors.com>


Festa Coloniale Italiana

Date: Moved to Sept.

Time: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm

Location: San Francisco Italian Athletic Club, 1630 Stockton St.

San Francisco, CA 94133 North Beach

Email: administration@sfic.org

Phone: 415-781-0165


Description: The historic San Francisco Italian Athletic Club proudly presents: !Festa Coloniale Italiana! Celebrating their 95th Anniversary and 2013 the year of Italian Culture in America. There will be continuous live music, tasty food, Italian arts and crafts (shop Italian style) Tarantella dancers, wine tasting, Italian heritage displays, special guests, Grand Ballroom transformed into an Italian Piazza. Please join us for a fabulous day, at 1630 Stockton St. San Francisco, CA, in the Heart of North Beach at Washington Sq. Park. Free event.

Vendor Contact information: administration@sfic.org

Attendance: 1200


Portola Railroad Days

Date: August 21-23, 2015

Times: varies

Address: At the Caboose in Old Town Portola, Western Pacific Railroad Museum, and at the City Park.

Phone: (530) 836-6811

URL: Portola Railroad Days

Description: Music under the BIG TENT at the Caboose, 5K & 10K walk-run, Kid's Fishing Derby, the Lucky Duck Race, art & craft vendors, wine tasting, train rides, model train displays, food, children's activities, Hobo Stew Contest, "Golden Spike Parade", Rock Climbing Wall, Motocross Demonstrations. No admission fee to most events. Free entertainment stage. Street Dances on Friday and Saturday nights. The spotlight is on the Railroad and the museum at Portola is worth a visit anytime.


Happy Kids Day 2013 - A Multi-Cultural Festival

Date: no update for 2015

Time: 10AM to 5PM

Location: Cupertino Memorial Park

21267 Stevens Creek Boulevard, Cupertino, CA 95014

URL: http://www.happykidsday.org

Description: A multi-cultural festival dedicated exclusively to families and children with activities, games, performances, and international delicacies. Over 100 tents sponsored by community organizations for children of all ages and nationalities, including cultural exhibits by various Embassies. Come experience and appreciate ethnic heritages of different countries at this one of the largest kid's events in the Bay Area. Stage performances include cultural dance, world music, and Radio Disney live presentation. Other activities include ethnic games and crafts, waterball, bouncing house, mini train ride, and four-way tug-of-war. Additional event information at http://www.happykidsday.org

Price: Free


Toni Young Hueneme Beach Festival

Date: August 22-23, 2015

Time: 11 am-6 pm

Location: Hueneme Beach Park, located at 550 E. Surfside Dr., Port Hueneme, CA 93041

Phone: (323) 655-2010

URL: http://www.huenemebeachfest.org

Description from their site: "Don't miss the hottest beach party in Southern California! We invite you and your family to join us for laughs, fun in the sun, great food and music that will have you out of your seat and dancing till your feet hurt. The Festival will have an expanded children's area with rides, games and attractions for kids of all ages. The festivities will be held at Hueneme Beach Park".


Annual Sunland-Tujunga Watermelon Festival

Date: no update

Time: Friday from 4pm to 10pm

Saturday 12 noon to 10pm

Sunday 12 noon to 10pm

Address: The Rose Bow l -- 1001 Rose Bowl Drive, Pasadena, CA .

Phone: 818-353-4554

Email: mnsphs@ca.rr.com

URL: http://www.lionswatermelonfestival.com

Description: Delicious Free watermelon slices to cool down on hot summer days featuring Watermelon carving displays, watermelon eating contests, seed spitting contests, and the Watermelon festival's Queen Coronation. An International food court, dining tent, bazaar marketplace, beer garden, carnival rides, arcade games, live entertainment and more. Fun for the whole family! Tickets are $5.00, with children under 30" free.

Vendor info: here


Sonoma County Bike Expo

Date: no update

Time: 10am—4pm

Location: Santa Rosa, CA on 5th Street between B and Mendocino

Email: events@bikesonoma.org

Phone: 707 545 0153

URL: www.sonomacountybikeexpo.com

Description: The Sonoma County Bike Expo is your destination for all things bike! 50 vendors, bike tour of downtown public art, KIDical Mass family ride, bike swap, Bike Rodeo, BMX stunts, food, New Belgium Beer, and COMPETITIONS like cargo bike race, tractor pull, and track stand with prizes and trophies for winners.

Vendor Contact information: events@bikesonoma.org

Attendance: 4,000


Mammoth Festival

Date: August

Time: Various

Address: Mammoth Lakes

Email: info@mammoth-mtn.com

Phone: 800-626-6684

URL: http://www.mammothmountain.com

Description: The three-day festival also features live concerts, and food from fantastic local restaurants all in the outdoor setting of Sam's Wood Site.


Big Bear Yoga Festival

Date: August 21 - August 23, 2015

Time: 7:00am

Location: YMCA Camp Oakes- Big Bear, California - 47400 Monte Vista Drive - Big Bear, CA 92314

Email: albertorgomezdv86@gmail.com

Phone: 909-584-5270

URL: www.BigBearYogaFestival.com

Description: Big Bear Yoga Festival full of music, movement, health, food and fun in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California. You can find out more at our website www.BigBearYogaFestival.com. Our festival will take place from August 22 to August 24.

We created Big Bear Yoga Festival to bring you incredible yoga teachers, dance, vibrant music, inspirational topics, yummy food and fun activities like a climbing wall and pool – all with the beautiful backdrop of the San Bernardino Mountains. Come join us – it will be a weekend to remember!

We want to extend a special invitation to anyone new to yoga, and to encourage and welcome you to join us. We have a special "Beginners Track" just for you. It offers an introduction to yoga, meditation, music and more. Know that you will be welcome, and we understand how it is to try new things – all of your teachers and fellow students are here to support and encourage you!

Vendor Contact information:

Attendance: 500-1000



Assyrian Chaldean Food Festival now called
Annual Mesopotamian Food Festival
Date: Moved to August 22-23, 2015
Location: St. Matthew Catholic Church, 3005 6th St., Ceres, CA 95307
URL: http://www.stmatthewca.org
Description:Enjoy ethnic Mediterranean Food, Folkloric dancing, kids games and raffle ticket drawing for some great prizes at St. Matthew Catholic Church, 3005 6th Street in Ceres. Admission is Free, and is open to all ages. Vendor contact: 209-740-345


Annual Assyrian Food Festival

Date: Aug 22-23, 2015

Time: Sat. Aug., 18 from 11am-11pm, Sun. Aug., 19 from 11:30am-9pm

Location: 680 Minnesota Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125

Email: ezeitsme@gmail.com

Phone: 408-314-6451

URL: www.assyrianfest.com

Description: Bring the whole family and join The Assyrian Church of the East in celebrating the 20th Annual Assyrian Food Festival This two-day event, open Saturday 11am-11pm and Sunday 11:30am-9:00pm, will feature traditional Assyrian food (real kabobs!); live music, dancing, and entertainment; a wine bar; the original Samovar Alley featuring exotic teas, coffee, and pastries; arts, crafts, and exhibits; vendors from all over the world; and a Kids' Zone. We'll also have a raffle for a 2012 Chevy Camaro or $20,000 in cash! (Raffle tickets are $10.)

This annual festival is an opportunity to showcase Assyrian food, traditions and educate other ethnic communities about the Assyrian heritage as well as to preserve and to continue passing on Assyrian cultural traditions to the next generation. If you enjoy trying authentic food, music, and dance, make plans to attend the festival! You can mingle with and learn about the people whose ancestral homeland is known in history as "the cradle of civilization."

The festival will be held at the Assyrian Church of the East, Mar Yosip Parish. Admission is free, and parking with a free shuttle service will be available. No pets please.


Klamath Salmon Festival

Date: August 22, 2015

Times: 8:30am to 7pm

Address: Downtown Klamath, CA

Email address: N/A

Phone: 707-482-1350

URL: Klamath Salmon Festival

Description: A pancake breakfast, parade, logging show, contests, American Indian card and stick games, and of course salmon. No web site for this event.


The Annual Cotati Accordion Festival

Date: August 22-23, 2015

Times: Sat: 9:30 am-9:00 pm/ Sun 9:30 am to 7 pm

Address: La Plaza park in downtown Cotati, CA

Email address:info@cotatifest.com

Phone: 707-664-0444

URL: http://www.cotatifest.com/

Description from event sponsor : "The 15th Annual Cotati Accordion Festival is nearing, as it is proving to be an even bigger nonprofit, multi-cultural extravaganza of accordion music than ever before. This August 27th & 28th the Festival will feature international headliners, Queen Ida and Her Zydeco Band and five time Grammy Award winner, Flaco Jimenez. Supporting these two legendary stars will be 26 superb accordion based acts, playing from 9:30am to 9:00pm on Saturday and 9:30am to 7:00pm on Sunday.

To Experience this love affair with the accordion in La Plaza park in downtown Cotati, one can buy tickets online at cotatifest.com, or locally at Backdoor Disc and Tape in Cotati, People's Music in Sebastopol, or The Last Record Store in Santa Rosa. The advance sale price is only $15, which includes a $2 micro-beer or ice tea discount, $17 at the gate, or $25 for both days."


Coastal 5K Fun Run & Festival

Date: August

Time: 9:30-2:00pm

Location: Ingrid B. Lacy Middle School 1427 Palmetto Ave. Pacifica Ca 94044

Email: Coastal5k@gmail.com

Phone: 408 340-0060


Description: The Coastal 5k Festival follows the Coastal 5K Fun Run. All race participants will pick up their race t-shirt at the festival. Vendors are welcome and registration is now open!


San Diego Spirits Festival                                 

Date: August 22-23, 2015

Times: 2-6 pm

Address: Port Pavilion Broadway Pier

Email: lizedwards@SanDiegospiritsFestival.com

URL: http://www.sandiegospiritsfestival.com

Description: San Diego Spirits Festival is a nationally acclaimed festival of cocktails, seminars, competitions and culture, held annually at the start of summer on the Beautiful San Diego Bay with ancillary events held in the Historic Gaslamp District.


Mountain Vibe Music Gathering III

Date: Moved to July 25-26, 2014

Time: Doors Friday 3pm

Location: Shinneyboo Creek Resort

11820 Eagle Lakes Rd Soda Springs, California 95728

Email: annessa@mountainvibemusic.com

Phone: 530.210.7355

URL: www.mountainvibemusic.com

Description: Mountain Vibe Entertainment presents: The 3rd Annual Mountain Vibe Music Gathering August 11th & 12th 2012

3 nights of camping and 2 full days of music it the beautiful Tahoe National Forest. Pre-sale tickets ON SALE NOW $60 until June 15th and $75 thereafter. VIP cabins are SOLD OUT. A LIMITED number of Tent Cabins are still available at www.mountainvibemusic.com


Chinatown Street Fest

Date: August 22-23, 2015 (4th weekend in Aug)??

Time: Varies

Address: Oakland Chinatown

email: oaklandCTchamber@aol.com

Phone/FAX: 510-893-8979/510-893-8988

URL: Chinatown Street Fest

Description from their web site: "Covering 10 city blocks with 300 booths, the Oakland Chinatown StreetFest annually draws crowds of more than 100,000 for the two day event to see, hear, taste and learn about the flavors of Chinatown. Festival goers are treated to nonstop live entertainment on four stages, arts and crafts, games, valuable community information, children activities, a myriad of culinary delights and special attractions."


Taste of Petaluma

Date: August 22, 2015

Time: 11:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Address: Petaluma, CA

URL: http://www.tasteofpetaluma.org

Description: Embark on a culinary walking journey of Petaluma's finest restaurants, galleries, shops, wineries, breweries and food purveyors. Do you love to combine fine restaurants and great wine, with art and entertainment? Then don't miss the 6th Annual "Taste of Petaluma" where you'll sample Petaluma's upscale culinary and art scene in one afternoon. This event benefits Cinnabar Theater, now in its 39th year!


The Daana Days

Date: August 27 - 30, 2015

Time: 5:00 PM check in August 27th, 10:00 am check out August 30th

Address: 50350 N Hwy 101 Laytonville, CA 95454

Phone: 719-439-6657

Email: taylaealom@gmail.com

URL: daana-days.org


This two day healing festival is your opportunity to gather with other seekers and explore various healing modalities while observing Noble Silence.

Centered around acts of self-less giving (daana), come receive guidance and healing practices from meditation guides, yoga instructors, sound bath creators, chakra workers and more. This is an open invitation to anyone seeking to heal mind, body, spirit, and the earth within the safety of community. Come experience sound bath, yoga, meditation, nature walks, and so much more!

Vendor information/ contacts: Tayla Ealom (same as above)


Mammoth Rocks & Taste of the Sierra

Date: August

Time: Various

Address: Mammoth Lakes

Email: info@mammothlakeschamber.org

Phone: 760-934-6717

URL: http://www.mammothlakeschamber.org

Description: Taste your way through the Sierra's best restaurants while enjoying music from the past and present.


Annual AKBA Show & Sale - Kunekune Pigs

Date: August

Time: 9am - completion of classes

Location: Chino Fairgrounds, Chino, CA (Southern California)

Email: americankunekune@yahoo.com

Phone: (951) 505-5230

URL: americankunekunebreeders.com

Description: Kunekune Pig Show & Sale


Earthquake Street Festival

Date: no update for 2015

Time: 3pm-10:30pm

Address: Main Street, Winters, CA

Email: chamberwinters@yahoo.com

Phone: (530) 795-2329

URL: www.winterschamber.com

Description: Celebrate the rebuild of downtown Winters after an 1892 earthquake with food, music and dancing through the streets!

Vendor information: Applications at www.winterschamber.com


Corning Olive Festival

Date: August 21-22, 2015

Times: Fri 6pm and Sat 7am-4pm

Address: Woodson Park and Downtown

Corning, CA

Phone/Fax: (530) 824-5550

URL: http://corningcachamber.org/

Description: If you want a local olive, this is one place to find them.


San Diego Spirits Festival                                 

Date: August 22-23, 2015

Times: 2-6 pm

Address: Port Pavilion Broadway Pier

Email: lizedwards@SanDiegospiritsFestival.com

URL: http://www.sandiegospiritsfestival.com

Description: San Diego Spirits Festival is a nationally acclaimed festival of cocktails, seminars, competitions and culture, held annually at the start of summer on the Beautiful San Diego Bay with ancillary events held in the Historic Gaslamp District.


Annual Sri Lanka Day Expo

Date: no update for 2015

Time: 11am to 11pm

Address: Third Street Promenade, (3rd Street and Wilshire Boulevard),

Santa Monica, CA 90401

Phone: 213-483-0126

Email: nishantha@srilankafoundation.org (Nishantha Wickramasinghe)

URL: http://www.srilankafoundation.com

Description: The biggest Sri Lankan event held in the United States is hosted by the Sri Lanka Foundation. The festivities include a Sri Lankan Curry Festival featuring exotic delicacies such as "Hoppers," "Kottu Roti," "Rice and Curry," "String Hoppers," "Pol Roti," "Short Eats" and Sweets. A large stage near Wilshire Boulevard will feature non-stop entertainment including traditional Sri Lankan dancers, drummers and performers in full costume, as well as young Sri Lankan American musicians playing pop music. At 4pm the Sri Lanka Day Parade, with more than two hundred performers in colorful costumes will stroll down the Promenade with a theatre elephant paying homage to the annual "Esala Perahera" held in the city of Kandy in Sri Lanka, which honors a sacred tooth relic belonging to Buddha.

Vendor information/contacts: nishantha@srilankafoundation.org (Nishantha Wickramasinghe)


Annual Festival De La Isla

Date: August 22, 2015

Times: 11am to 7pm

Address: Pena Adobe near Vacaville, CA (I-80 at Pena Adobe Exit)

Email address: linda@sabordelaisla.com

Phone/Fax: 707-426-5591

URL: http://www.festivaldelaisla.com/

Description from their web page : "The August Festival is expected to draw thousands of salsa enthusiasts from throughout Northern California, the Bay Area and Southern California. The Festival is a family-friendly showcase for Puerto Rican music, dance, art and culture.  Over the past five years, this event has cultivated a loyal fan following from Vacaville, Suisun and Fairfield.  Doors open at 10:00 am.  The event will run from 11:00 am through 7:00 pm.  Various bands will showcase music ranging from salsa, merengue to Plena (Puerto Rican traditional rhythms).  "


Jewish Food Festival and Crafts Faire

Date :  August 23, 2015

Time :  9:00 a.m.- 5 :00 p.m.         

Address : On Via Vera Cruz (between Grand Ave & San Marcos Blvd )            

E-Mail : info@sanmarcoschamber.com            

Phone : 760-744-1270 fax 760-744-5230              

URL : http://www.sanmarcoschamber.com     

Description from the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce: "The Grand Summer Festival will feature a specialty food garden, an invitational Microbrewery Garden, both surrounding one of the best blues & jazz stages, over 300 vendors featuring Arts & Crafts, Antiques, Clothing & More, one of the largest classic car shows in San Diego County, a fantastic Children's Area, and several stages of live entertainment all day long ! We anticipate an attendance of over 55,000 people!


Palo Alto Festival of the Arts                                 

Date: August 22-23, 2015

Times: 10am - 6 pm

Address: Palo Alto, CA

Email: info@mlaproductions.com

URL: www.mlaproductions.com

Description: This annual event is hosted by the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce. It attracts over 150,000 people to tree-lined University Avenue in downtown Palo Alto - an upscale community 38 miles south of San Francisco. Highlights include 300 high quality fine art and fine crafts artist exhibits, Italian street painting expo, kids' art studio, street and stage entertainment, gourmet food, fine wines & micro-brews at this free admission event.


Dana Point Emergency Expo
Date: August 22, 2015
Time: 10a - 2p
Location: Dana Hills Sports Complex: 33301 Golden Lantern, Dana Point, CA 92629
Email: arosen@danapoint.org
Phone: (949) 248-3579
URL: www.danapoint.org/expo
Description: The City of Dana Point is hosting its annual Emergency Preparedness Expo on Saturday, August 22, 2015 at Dana Hills High School from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. This event will provide a fun and informative environment for individuals and families to learn how to prepare for a disaster. Everyone is welcome at the event, not just Dana Point residents!
If your kids like checking out fire trucks, police cars and helicopters, they will love this event! The Orange County Fire Authority and the Orange County Sheriff's Department will be there with large displays of equipment. Specialty response units such as SWAT, HazMat, Bomb Squad, K9s and bloodhounds, boats and helicopters will be on display. Most of the equipment and vehicles on hand will be available for the public to sit in and explore.
Local vendors and community preparedness groups will be at the event, as well as representatives of local, County, State and Federal agencies involved in disaster preparedness and response. Attendees will be able to ask questions, interact with these folks and become educated on a variety of safety topics.
Web / Social Media:
Facebook: facebook.com/danapointcityhall
Twitter: twitter.com/cityofdanapoint
Instagram: instagram.com/cityofdanapoint
Vendor Contact information: City of Dana Point - see above
Attendance: 3000+





Mammoth Bluegrass Festival


Time: 1:00PM to 10:00PM

Address: Canyon Lodge Ski Area – Mammoth Lakes, California

Phone: 760-934-2712

Email: contact@mammothbgf.org


Description: Bluegrass bands including Ricky Scaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Sleepy Man Banjo Boys, Peter Rowan Bluegrass Band, Alan Munde Gazette, Dan Crary & Thunderation and many, many more.

Vendor information/ contacts: Dan Lehman – 760-672-1140


Long Beach BBQ Festival

Date: Friday, August 28-30, 2015

Time: 11am to 11pm on August 17 and August 18, 12pm to 10pm on August 19

Address: Rainbow Lagoon in Long Beach, California

URL: http://www.longbeachbbqfestival.com

Description from their site: "The Long Beach BBQ Festival is the largest three day BBQ Extravaganza featuring the WORLD'S BEST BBQ Ribs, Pulled Pork, Tri-tip, Sausages, Chicken and more."

Vendor information/contacts: O Entertainment, Roy Hassett, 562-495-5959


Annual Santa Barbara Tequila Harvest Festival

Date: August 29, 2015

Time: 6PM - 9PM

Location: Elings Park

Email: info@ agaveavenue.com

Phone: 805-617-3998

URL: http://www.agaveavenue.com/santa-barbara-tequila-harvest/


Ascend to the lush grassy hilltop of Elings Park to experience California's premier tequila tasting event at our 6th Annual Santa Barbara Tequila Harvest Festival. Presented by The Berry Man, Inc. and benefiting the Elings Park Foundation. Taking place on Saturday, August 29, 2015 from 6pm-9pm. Imbibe from over 50 premium hand selected tequilas and mezcales. Savor gourmet appetizers from top local chefs. Enjoy live musical entertainment by Mariachi Nuevo Jalisco. Don't miss this festive summertime upscale event! Ticket price includes all tequila/mezcal and food samples. For full event details visit: www.AgaveAvenue.com. This is strictly a 21 and over event.

Vendor Contact information: info@agaveavenue.com

Attendance: 1000+


Bodega Seafood, Art, and Wine Festival

Date: August 29-30, 2015

Times: Saturday 10am to 6pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm

Address: 16855 Bodega Hwy Bodega, CA

URL: Bodega Bay Seafood, Art, and Wine Festival

Description from the event organizer : " This exciting festival showcases the best of California's wineries and breweries, artists and craftspeople, as well as featuring outstanding entertainment, and of course a delicious selection of seafood vendors. The new location this year at the Watts Ranch in the picturesque town of Bodega on scenic Bodega Highway. This annual fundraiser, benefiting both the Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods and the Bodega Volunteer Fire Dept, also has wonderful activities for kids, and environmental exhibits. Enjoy mouth watering barbequed oysters, crab cakes, cedar plank salmon, Maine lobster rolls, albacore wrapped in bacon, or seafood jambalaya, just a few of the entrees served up at the festival. A juried art and craft marketplace of a 100 top quality artisans from throughout California. The wine and micro brewed beer tasting, will feature 25 wineries and a dozen microbreweries. There will be lots of entertainment on 3 stages, including an eclectic mix of blues, jazz, swing, cajun, and latin, as well as jugglers, puppets, and dance."


San Marcos Grand Summer Festival

has been changed to an October event            

URL : http://www.sanmarcoschamber.com 


San Diego Renaissance Faire

Date: August Postponed due to economy in 2011


Orange County Classic Jazz Festival (formerly L.A. Classic Jazz Festival) went dark after 2011



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