It’s time, once again, for the April Encinitas Street Fair.
The annual two-day event will be held April 29 and 30. Organized by the Encinitas 101 MainStreet Association, the fair will feature more than 450 food, arts and crafts vendors plus four entertainment stages, children’s rides, Bike Valets, and a Beer Garden.
The Beer Garden Stage will feature various San Diego rock bands playing in the Beer Garden, where adults can enjoy a variety of craft beers. Kids and dogs are welcome.
The Lumberyard Court Stage will feature eclectic music, while up-and-coming talent will be showcased on the Hansen’s Community Stage and the Encinitas School of Music Stage.
For those arriving on bike, two bike valet stations will be open to store bicycles.
There will be no parking on Highway 101 from D to J streets on Saturday and Sunday from 4 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Encinitas 101 MainStreet Association says it is “the voice of downtown, communicating concerns, advocating for policies, maintaining relationships with city and county officials and staff, and addressing important social issues. We are committed to the preservation and improvement of Downtown Encinitas and represent downtown businesses, advocating for practices that encourage smart growth and transportation and preserve and improve the quality of life in downtown. Our membership has grown to more than 300 businesses, nonprofits, families and individuals working together to advance and sustain Downtown Encinitas as a thriving business district and residential center.”