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2022 Orange International Street Fair

2022 Orange International Street Fair - Flags from different countries
Stacey Martin
Stacey Martin
July 11, 2022

The annual Orange International Street Fair will be held September 2-4, 2022, in the City of Orange, California. The event is a celebration of the city's cultural diversity and features food, music, and entertainment from all over the world.

2022 will mark the 50th year of the fair, and it is sure to be a weekend full of fun and excitement. From Friday, September 2nd to Sunday, September 4th, locals and visitors alike flock to the streets of Orange to enjoy all the fair has to offer. If you're planning on attending this year's International Street Fair, here are a few things you can expect.

Food and Drink

Streets Nachos

One of the best parts of the International Street Fair is the food. With over 40 different food booths stretching across 16 ethnic categories, there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.

From All-American classics like Philly Cheesesteaks to international eats like German bratwursts and kalua pork sliders from Polynesia, there is no shortage of deliciousness to be had. Other featured cuisines include French, Japanese, Greek, Mexican, and Swiss, among many others. There's no better place to travel the world through your taste buds than at the International Street Fair!

Of course, no street fair would be complete without a variety of refreshing drinks to wash down all that food. In addition to standard and specialty soft drink options, there will also be a selection of alcoholic beverages, including beer, wine, and cocktails. If you plan to purchase a drink, just bring your ID!

Vendor Booths

Woman selling her handmade jewelry

In addition to the delicious food, the street fair will also feature vendor booths selling various goods. From handcrafted jewelry and artisanal pottery to one-of-a-kind clothing and home decor, the Street Fair offers an exciting opportunity to support a local artist.

You'll also find booths sharing information about local non-profit organizations. This is a great way to learn more about the amazing work these groups do in the community and how you can get involved.

Children's Street

The Orange International Street Fair is family-friendly, and there is plenty for the kids to do. Children's Street features a variety of kid-oriented games and activities, giving your little ones a chance to burn off some energy so the whole family can enjoy everything the fair offers. Be sure to bring a compact stroller for the littlest family members so they can rest when the fun gets too much!

There will also be several performances throughout the weekend specifically geared towards children. And with plenty of kid-friendly food and crafts available, your kids will be entertained for hours.

To support the intended family atmosphere of Children's Street, no alcohol is allowed to be sold or consumed in this area of the fair. Smoking is also prohibited.

Live Performances

Instruments for a live performance

In addition to the performances on Children's Street, there will also be a variety of live music and entertainment throughout the duration of the street fair. From local bands and musicians to cultural performances, there will surely be something for everyone to enjoy.

Numerous ethnic-themed streets will have their own stages. Whether you're looking for some traditional Irish music or want to dance the night away to Mexican beats, you'll find it all at the fair. There will also be the main stage where you can catch some of the biggest acts of the weekend.

So whether you're a local looking for a fun weekend activity or a visitor wanting to experience all the City of Orange has to offer, the Orange International Street Fair is the perfect way to spend your Labor Day Weekend. And if you're visiting from out of town, don't forget to book a hotel room! Check out our spacious hotel suites in Anaheim, CA, and reserve your room before the big event.

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