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9th annual ArtWalk San Diego at Liberty Station

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Liberty Station will transform this weekend into an art festival for all ages.

The 9th annual ArtWalk San Diego NTC at Liberty Station kicks off this weekend -- 175 artists from around the world will be showcasing their artwork. There will also be food, live music and plenty of fun.

The event is free to the public, parking is also free.

It will be held at Ingram Plaza, August 16-17 at 2645 Historic Decatur Road from 10 a.m to 6 p.m.

G Burns Jug Band will be performing at Artwalk San Diego. For showtimes, CLICK HERE >>.

For more information visit artwalksandiego.org

In this video report, CBS News 8's Kelly Hessedal is at Liberty Station with more on what you'll see this year.


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