The 16th Annual Sacramento Arts Festival returns to the Sacramento Convention Center November 1-3, 2013. The festival features 225 of America’s best contemporary crafts people and fine artists offering more than 15,000 original works.
“Attendees can also shop from a wondrous selection of handmade wearables and accessories or from an extensive assortment of functional and decorative glass. In fact, every category of fine art and contemporary craft-including drawings, printmaking, photography, decorative fiber, leather, metal, stone, and two and three-dimensional mixed media-is thoroughly represented by a variety of exhibitors.
Shoppers will find spectacular works of art and craft in all price ranges for themselves, their homes, and as one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts. In addition to all the visual art, the festival features continuous live Main Stage entertainment including the GG Amos Blues Band, the Kurt Ribak Jazz Quartet, Dirk K, jazz soloist and Scott Meltzer & Katrine Spang-Hansen, comedy jugglers. And hungry festival goers can dine on Restaurant Row from great area restaurants offering a variety of delicious edibles including Greek,Indian and American cuisine.”
Here are the details:
• Nov 1 & 2, 10am to 6pm
• Nov 3, 10am to 5pm
• Sacramento Convention Center
• $8/adults, $7/seniors, Free/children 12 and under
If this sounds like fun and you would like to attend with your family, leave a comment at the end of this post telling us why you think you should win tickets. Four lucky readers will win a set of tickets to the festival through a random drawing on Wednesday, Oct. 30th. And remember, kids under 12 years of age are free, so you can bring the whole family!