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Great Family Fun for Everyone at the Montrose Arts & Crafts Festival!


Want to spend some time with family and friends outdoors? Looking for a relaxing event for all to enjoy? If so, consider coming to the 31st annual Montrose Arts and Crafts Festival on Saturday, May 31st through June 1st. The Montrose Arts and Crafts Festival has the honor of being one of the oldest types of street festivals in California and the city of Glendale. It is known to be the most significant public event, and admission is FREE! Parking is also FREE! Come down to enjoy a day of fun! While staying in Burbank, people of all ages are welcome to attend this delightful festival!

At the Arts and Crafts Festival, you’ll be able to see things from over 200 businesses. Vendors and booths will be selling original pieces, flowers, art, jewelry, textiles, and more! There will be booths to support local artists, but vendors from as far as New Mexico and Arizona will be traveling to California to join in on the event. Aside from all the great arts and crafts to be found, there will also be musicians playing throughout the day and other live entertainment. There will even be a children’s area filled with fun activities for your kids to participate in, and a newly expanded International Food Court that can now sit 100 people! You can enjoy great-tasting food from different cultures such as Thai, Hawaiian, and of course, good old American BBQ food.

The event is held in the beautiful and historic old town, Montrose. Aside from all the vendors attending, the fair will allow you to look at the local businesses in the area. The festival will be on Saturday, May 31st, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, June 1st, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Arts and Crafts Festival will have booths located on 2200 through 2400 blocks of Honolulu and the International Food Court and Montrose Harvest Market located on Oceanview Blvd.