Castro Street
Mountain View, California

One of America's top art festivals, more than 200,000 arts lovers gather in Silicon Valley's epicenter for this vibrant multicultural celebration featuring 600 professional artists and craftmakers showing exceptional handcrafted wares, live music by big name cover bands with headliners The Joe Sharino Band and The California Cowboys, festive food and drink with premium wines, microbrews and margaritas, an organic and green products showcase, health and wellness displays, home and garden exhibits and action-packed Kids' Park with the new Best Buy School of Rock Stage, entertainment, amusements and hands-on art.

Exceptional Art, Fine Crafts ... 600 of America's most talented artists and craftmakers show original work in ceramics, fiber, glass, fine art, jewelry, leather, metal, paper, sculpture, and wood. Gorgeous vases, flatware, clocks, dishes, wall and table decorations, stained and beveled glass, etchings, sculptures, photography, oil and watercolor paintings, beadwork, and more...

Live Music ... twelve dynamite bands playing live Motown, rhythm and blues, swing, rock 'n roll, jazz, soul, world-beat, Celtic folk, funk, disco, Latin rock, rumba flamenco and party music on stage and street. The lineup includes The Joe Sharino Band, Caravanserai, The California Cowboys, La Ventana, Zoo Station, Emerson & The Growiser Band, Kaweh, Dreamroad, Bob Culbertson, Aryeh Frankfurter, HeartStrings Music and Ancient Winds.

Best Buy School of Rock Stage ... YOU become the rock star playing The Beatles: Rock Band, an interactive gaming experience, on stage before adoring fans.

Kids' Park ... hands-on art booths, Mobile Rock's 24-foot climbing wall, temporary tattoos, the tummy-tickling Froghopper and Berry-Go-Round rides, Cat-In-The Hat bounce house, Tsunami Tidal Wave slide...

Festive Food & Drink ... fresh corn-on-the-cob, baked potatoes with the trimmings, strawberry, mango-orange or pineapple-coconut smoothies, nachos, lamb/beef/ chicken kebabs...


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Added by FullCalendar on August 23, 2009