Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair ~ Tucson

Enjoy a day of entertainment and shopping. This is a huge arts venue and admission is free.

Tucson tradition, the Fourth Avenue Street Fair brings together over 400 arts and crafts booths, 35 plus food vendors, street musicians and Main Stage entertainers on three stages, jugglers and other street performers. Other entertainment along the 4th Avenue venue flight simulators, climbing rocks, face painting and chair massages.

Since it’s grassroots beginning in 1970, the 4th Avenue Street Fair has developed into one of the premier street fairs in the nation, drawing crowds of 200,000 to 350,000 and ranking as one of the top visual arts fairs in the country. Street fair booths are juried and feature arts and crafts that cover glass, clay, wood, clothing, metal, jewelry, pre-packaged food, all hand made and on sale by the artist/craftsperson.  Food vendors sell an eclectic mix of Greek, Mexican, Thai, BBQ, fry bread, funnel cakes, chicken, and more.

This is a leisurely activity level tour. Walking at your own pace and duration.

8:00 AM depart Apache Junction
8:30 AM depart Mesa
Anticipated return time in the evening.

$49 … Trip Escorted Tour includes deluxe motorcoach transportation.

March 2 ~ Friday

First day & less crowded


 For a description of tour policies, including cancellation penalties, click “Policies and Procedures” at the very bottom of this page.

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