Everything you need to know about the 4th Ave. Street Fair - Tucson News Now

Everything you need to know about the 4th Ave. Street Fair

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The booths are going upand vendors will soon be displaying their wares at the Fourth Ave. Street Fair.

There will be fewervendors this year, than in the past due to Street Fair organizers working withless space due to the fixtures for the streetcar.  This should not affect the number of visitorsto the Street Fair, according to organizers 300,000 people are expected toattend today through the weekend.

The layout for the StreetFair will also be a little different, the vendor booths used to stop nearAntigone Books, where a food court was set up, this year visitors will see morebooths instead, continuing west on Seventh St. 

Hours for the springStreet Fair are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., March 21-23. Parking in many spots is free, for more on parking click here - http://www.fourthavenue.org/fairs/street-fair-parking/

Organizers would also liketo remind visitors to the Street Fair, there are no pets allowed.

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