Encinitas Street Fair

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Encinitas Street Fair scheduled for this weekend!

If I can tear myself away from Oceanside Terraces real estate this weekend, you will probably find me wandering around in comfortable shoes, eating fun food and shopping for funky jewelry at one of the 450 vendor booths on Highway 101( between D and J Streets) in wonderful downtown Encinitas.

Hopefully, though, I will be an early visitor (they open at 9 am) because over 100,000 shoppers are expected at the 25th Annual Encinitas Street Fair and parking will be tight. If I didn’t need to have a car for the Oceanside trip, I would consider taking the NCTD Coaster to this fun Southern California beach town event.

Entertainment will be available on both Saturday and Sunday, and will be staged at both the Karl Strauss Beer Garden Stage and the Beer Garden Stage in the Lumberyard parking lot on the corner of Hwy 101 and I Street.

The Encinitas Street Fair entertainment schedule?

Beer Garden Stage

Saturday, April 26th

11:30am- 2pm The Blues Gypsies
2:30pm-5pm Cash Cats

Sunday, April 27

11:30am-2pm The Corvettes
2:30pm-5pm Bozzani Brothers


Karl Strauss Lumberyard Center Courtyard Stage

Saturday, April 26

11:00am- 1:30pm Super Strings
2:00pm-4:30pm Uplift Band

Sunday, April 27

11:00am-1:30pm Adrienne Nims & Spirit Wind (a personal favorite)
2:00pm-4:30pm David Correa & Cascada

There will be additional performances by La Costa Dance and Cheer, the California Music Studio, ESOM Big Band, the Rocking Falcons, the Republic of Letters, CoMotion Dance, Ke Hulili O Kailani, Stage Door Dance & Performance, Mudfish, Peter Hall, Russell Castiglione, and the Prodigy Visual and Performing Arts School.

For additional information, call 760.943.1950

Our Encinitas real estate endeavors will likely be put on hold this weekend!

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5 responses to “Encinitas Street Fair

  1. Gena Riede:

    It was good to get away late this morning. The Encinitas Street Fair seemed much larger than last year–or perhaps it just seemed that way because I was toting a dog and a large package purchased early in the hike.

    It was also very warm (and I was afraid Monroe’s paws would get burned).

  2. ou will probably find me wandering around in comfortable shoes, eating fun food and shopping for funky jewelry at one of the 450 vendor booths on Highway 101

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