SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — For the 37th year, more than 80 acts will flood Adams Avenue this month.
Adams Avenue Street Fair will host six stages filled with live performances for two days on Sept. 29 - 30. Every year, locals head over to the Normal Heights community for lively music, delicious food and drink, and creative art vendors.
Those ready for a show won't be disappointed, with Hollie Cook, The Delgado Brothers, The Schizophonics, and numerous others taking the stage.
This year, the festival will bring 300 arts and crafts booths to the area. Guests can find everything from handmade trinkets to jewelry to paintings.
For those ready to eat, it'll be a smorgasbord of festival food: Deep-fried treats, pizza, bratwurst, international cuisine, and much more.
And what's a San Diego festival without a beer garden to showcase the region's brews? Adams Avenue Street Fair will set up four beer gardens with a taste of everything San Diego brewers have crafted.
For a schedule of events, click here.