Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair
The Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair is held the weekend of Friday, December 11, through Sunday, December 13, 2015. Hours are 10 am to 6pm (dusk) each day. The Street Fair takes place between Ninth Street and University Blvd. along Fourth Avenue.
There are two Street Fairs per year, one in Spring and one in the Winter. The Street Fair takes place between Ninth Street and University Blvd. along Fourth Avenue.
The Fourth Avenue Street Fair brings together 400+ arts and crafts booths, 35+ food vendors, Main Stage, street musicians, food, jugglers, street performers, the ever so popular Free Kids hands-on-art Pavilion. There is face painting, balloons, demonstrations, sidewalk entertainment and tons of other fun activities.
Visit fourthavenue.org for more information!
Tens of thousands of people attend the wekend street fair free to the public. There will be more than 400 arts and crafts booths, more than 35 food vendors, a main stage for music and performances, street musucians, jugglers, demonstrations and many entertainment events.
Parking and Shuttles for the Street Fair
FREE Valet Bicycle Parking Location open 10am to 6pm daily.
All metered Street Parking Downtown is FREE on Saturday and Sunday.
Park at one of the many U of A parking garages (free on weekends) or park in one of the many parking garages downtown and take the Modern Streetcar to and from the Street Fair.
Use Park Wise and Park Smart while attending the Fair. The City of Tucson Parking Enforcement Officers will be on the lookout for safety and other parking violations. Do not park in Red Zones (painted curbs), within 5′ feet of a driveways and in marked Fire Lanes.
There is a FREE Shuttle to and from the 4th Avenue Street Fair from the Pennington Parking Garage downtown and from the Main Gate Square at the U of A.
Neighborhood Parking Permits in the area from Speedway South to 10th Street and Stone Avenue East to Euclid Avenue are not enforced during the three days of the Fair.
Visit the 4th Avenue Street Fair web site for more schedules, maps for parking and updated news.
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