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24 San Diego Uptown News | Aug. 5–18, 2011



THE 30th

The Adams Avenue Street Fair, Southern California’s largest FREE music festival, will celebrate its 30th anniversary on Satur- day, September 24, from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm, and Sunday, Septem- ber 25, from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, on Adams Avenue, located in the Normal Heights community of San Diego. This year’s Adams Avenue Street Fair will include more than 70 musical acts performing on six stages along Adams Avenue and Adams Avenue Park. Street Fair attendees will enjoy a variety of music, including blues, rock, swing, roots-rock, indie, world, Latin jazz, and zydeco. In addition to the wide-range of music, there will be three beer gardens, a beer tasting area, giant carnival rides, and more than 300 food, arts and craft vendors selling their specialties along Adams Avenue.

During the past 29 years, the Adams Avenue Street Fair has gen- erated critical acclaim for its focus on rising local, regional, nation- al and international talent, as well as established artists who have influenced generations of musicians. Past Adams Avenue Street Fair performers – many of whom are Grammy Award winners and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees – include; Big Jay McNeely, No Doubt, Lila Downs, Pops Staples, Andy Summers, Wanda Jack- son, Nortec Collective, Koko Taylor, Dave Alvin, Pinetop Perkins, Johnny Johnson, Rosie Flores, Los Fabulocos with Kid Ramos, The Beat Farmers, Cindy Lee Berryhill, Charles McPherson, Transfer, and Mike Watt. This year’s final Street Fair line-up will be an- nounced soon. For further information, please call (619) 282-7329, or visit us on the web at: adamsavenuebusiness.comwww.adamsavenuebusi-

The Adams Avenue Street Fair is presented by the Adams Av- enue Business Association, a non-profit organization whose mission is “To promotes and increase commercial activity within the Adams Avenue Business District”. More than 600 Adams Avenue businesses, proud hosts of the

Street Fair, Taste of Adams Avenue and Adams Avenue Roots & Folk Festival, offer an eclectic array of unique boutique shops, res- taurants and pubs that make it worth returning to Adams Avenue year-round.u


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Adams Avenue Business Association (AABA) Mission: To promote and increase commercial activity within the Adams Avenue Business Improvement District.

AABA represents over 600 businesses on Adams Avenue, manages the Adams Avenue Business Improvement District and local Maintenance Assessment Districts. AABA also hosts a number of annual special events which include: the Roots Fest on Adams, Taste of Adams Avenue and the Adams Avenue Street Fair. These events are operated as community events as well as fundraising activities to support the projects and programs of the Adams Avenue Business Association.

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