Los Feliz News
Los Feliz Village Street Fair Promises Fun
By Melody Morales
Jul 10, 2012 - 1:52:21 PM

Los FelizCome out on Sunday, July 19, ready to enjoy food,vendors, and live performances at the 19th annual Los Feliz Village Street Fair. The fair starts at 11:00 a.m. and the music and laughs don’t stop till 10:00 p.m. The festivities begin on Hollywood Boulevard and Vermont Avenue and continue till Hillhurst Avenue.
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Photo via losfeliz.biz

The street fair began in the early 1990s when a couple of local restaurant owners decided to come together and put on a fair to thank the people in the community for their support. The fair has been growing and growing ever since. An estimated 20,000 people attended last years celebration. This year two stages are going to host a number of musicians from all genres ranging from Indie sounds to Smooth Jazz. And of course you can never go wrong with some good old fashioned Rock n Roll. A number of dancers and circus acts will also be performing. Food, beer, and wine vendors and booths will also be available throughout the entire fair. The first ever Booth Awards will also be held on Sunday were 3 booth winners will be awarded ribbons for Best in Show and other great categories.

 The Los Feliz Village Business Improvement District has partnered with P.A.T.H.(People Assisting The Homeless) for this years celebration along with a number of other sponsors such as Bud light, il Capriccio, and YELP!. That’s right YELP is the official check-in sponsor for the fair. So be sure to visit YELP’s booth and check-in to let all your friends know you are at the fair and to come check it out too. P.A.T.H will also have a booth be sure to check it out to get information about the organization and ways to help out in your area.
  
So if you're looking for a fun family packed day bring the kids and be a part of the fun that is the Los Feliz Street Fair. Enjoy some great food and drinks, performances by musicians and artists, and walk around and see all Los Feliz has to offer.


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