Come To Rolando Street Fair To Enjoy Neighborhood Community

If you are planning a San Diego vacation to spend some quality time away from the regular hustle bustle of busy city life, you cannot afford to miss the Rolando Street Fair. People come here to spend a sizzling spring day at the fair, and to enjoy the cozy feel of a community gathering that is rare to find in other places.

This street fair is a great way for people to get together and enjoy.Rolando is a small and beautiful urban neighborhood lined with older homes, trees on both sides of the road. This is one of the more appealing and affordable neighborhoods in San Diego.

The 14th annual Rolando Street Fair will take place in Sunday, March 28th, 2010 from 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Bring yourself, bring your kids, and have fun on the rides and enjoy dancing to live music. This time, more than 100 vendor booths with a wide variety of hand-made items will be participating in fair. Last year, this street fair attracted over 15,000 and many more are expected this year.

Amid local musical entertainment of rock, jazz and blues, there will be lots more to enjoy here at the street fair. For kids, there are carnival rides of different types that will make any child ask for more! Plus, children can enjoy doing face painting and feast on all sorts of sweet treats. There are various food courts offering delicacies to try.

This year, you can enjoy excellent music from awesome local talent. The band schedule includes names like the San Diego School of Rock, the New Primordials, Steph Johnson Band, Lee Coulter and Len Rainey and the Midnight

Along with this, there is lots more to experience in San Diego. When planning a trip to this adventurous land, come with some time on your hands to fully explore and experience the varied delights of this place.

If you are a budget traveler, come and stay at California Suites Hotel, best amongst quality budget hotels in San Diego that offer affordable vacation rentals and complementary breakfast.

Courtesy: Rolandovillage

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