|San Clemente will be holding its yearly Fiesta Street Festival|
on Sunday, from 9 am to 7 pm
(image via San Clemente Chamber of Commerce)
If you’ve walked through the OC Fair so many times that you know it by heart, you can always visit the 58th Annual Fiesta Street Festival in San Clemente. The event takes place on Sunday from 9 am to 7 pm, and admission is free.
International food, refreshments and games will be sponsored by local nonprofit organizations that use this as way to raise funds for their cause.
There will also be three stages of music from dozens of artists – it may be early (9 am), but I would think the Flock of the 80s would be fun to check out – a cover band that rocks the hits from yesteryear. Or Don’t Stop Belieivin,’ a tribute band to Journey that starts at 5 pm. For those less nostalgic, there is also country, jazz and blues, as well as performances from local dance groups.
There will be a Salsa Challenge, an arts and crafts show, a business exposition, a Classic Car & Motorcycle show, exhibits, clowns, balloon artists, face painters, and jugglers roaming the grounds.
Held at the San Clemente Community Center and Art Gallery, the annual street fair spans from the Camino Real intersection (on Del Mar) to the Calle Seville intersection.
Free parking and round trip shuttle services from San Clemente High School (from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm).
(Del Mar between Camino Real and Calle Seville)