SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - Looking for something special to do with mom this weekend? How about taking her out to North Park for the 22nd Annual Festival of Arts in North Park!
The free festival will run from 11 am to 1 pm and celebrates the artistic craftsmanship of the community, from unconventional street art to live musical talent.
The nine block festival has something for all ages including, interactive exhibits, local makers, fine art and live music
There is something for all ages at this nine square block festival, including an entire block devoted to kid’s art. Local dance troupes will perform throughout the day while face painters, crafters and family-friendly snacks will also be available.
Other event features include: 100+ artists, Gallery in the Street Fine Art & DJ Block, Live Art Block, 4 Performance Stage, and a Craft Beer Block
We are still looking for volunteers for SDCCU Festival of Arts in North Park in the full pour Beer and Cocktail area.— North Park Main St (@NPMainStreet) May 9, 2018
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News 8 Morning Extra was joined by vendors that will be around the event on Saturday to talk about what visitors can expect.
Admission is free, but if you want to take part in the chef and brewer pairings, you can get tickets here.
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