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The San Jose Harvest Festival is returning to the San Jose Convention Center November 27-29, kicking off Black Friday with over 24,000 handmade gifts.

In addition to the plethora of unique and personalized gifts, the San Jose Harvest Festival will also feature exciting performers and hilarious new acts to entertain the crowds.

John Park is brand new to the Harvest Festivals and brings a humorous twist to all of his performances. Park entertains the whole family with his juggling, jokes, spinning plates and much more. He has appeared on HBO’s The Larry Sanders Show and has opened for musical giants such as The Grateful Dead, Huey Lewis and the News, and Marie Osmond.

Cash Tribute will also hit the stage for a rockin’ set and is a favorite act of many festival-goers. A tribute to the “Man in Black”, this band re-creates the original sound of Johnny Cash’s greatest hits. Played with conviction, accuracy, and sincerity, Cash Tribute gives an honest appreciation of one of America’s enduring musical legends.

Scott Land Marionettes will wrap up the featured performances with a whimsical and family friendly show. Kids of all ages love watching these colorful marionettes bounce around to Scott Land’s intricate and funny storylines.

In addition to the main stage performances throughout the day, the Harvest Festival also offers strolling entertainers and performers to treat customers to an up-close and personal experience. One of the acts, Mama Claus and Eddie the Elf, meander through the aisles of the San Jose Convention Center in festive Holiday attire and sing to people browsing for gifts.

With his own kind of quirky energy, Washboard Willy has become a Pied Piper of rhythm in children of all ages. During his performance he and his partner Wishboard Wanda pass out hand-held rhythm instruments to the kids and encourage the children to be part of Willy's Washboard Jamboree.

With affordable and original items in a vivacious atmosphere, spend this Black Friday getting your shopping done, all while enjoying some of the best entertainment in the Bay Area at the San Jose Harvest Festival.

Added by lstigge on November 24, 2009

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