Sep 03, 2011-
Sep 05, 2011
10:00AM - 06:00AM
Event to showcase more than 20,000 original works of fine art, wine, great food, kids activities and an all-star line-up of bands.
Marinship Park
Event Description
WHAT:           The 59th Annual Sausalito Art Festival, America’s Favorite Outdoor Fine Art Festival
The Sausalito Art Festival returns to the breathtaking waterfront village of Sausalito to showcase the works of the finest local, American and international artists – with more than 20,000 museum-quality, original works of art including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, fiber art, fine glass, woodwork, mixed media and photography. 
More than 34,000 fine art lovers flock to the Sausalito Art Festival each year to enjoy a world-class collection of art, top-name entertainment, art and activities for children, gourmet food, premium beers and fine wines from dozens of California wineries — all in a postcard-perfect setting. 
The Festival is produced by The Sausalito Art Festival Foundation, a non-profit cultural and fine arts organization.  All proceeds from the Festival support the Arts through grants and scholarships
MUSIC:           Continuous live music on two stages all weekend long, including headlining performances by unforgettable hit makers from the ‘80s (The Human League, The Romantics, Men Without Hats, Notorius); rock ‘n roll all-stars (“World Classic Rockers,” featuring former members of Santana, Journey, Steppenwolf, Toto, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Boston; Montrose; and Edgar Winter); and contemporary rock legends (Kenny Loggins, Blue Sky Riders, The Smithereens, and Wonderbread 5).
Fee: $0.00

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