2014 San Diego Fall Back Festival Info

San Diego Fall Back Festival
Top 5 events to see at the festival

  1. Native American dancing,
  2. sand painting,
  3. story-telling,
  4. professional prospectors teaching children how to pan for gold, fun-filled competitions such as pie-, ice cream-
  5. and the spaghetti-eating contests, pony rides and carnival rides, live on-stage entertainment

Festival Address

Fourth Avenue and Island Avenue
San Diego, California, 92101
United States

Festival dates:


November CA events

Festival Genre: Arts and craft festivals, cultural festivals, Carnivals
Festival Website: http://www.gaslampquarter.org/
Attendance: 5000
5 words to sum up this great festival: Free family fun street faire

Vending openings: Yes and vendors are allowed to create and sell custom event products
Festival Summary:
It’s a Sunday fun-day for the entire family at The 14th Annual Fall Back Festival! Bring the whole gang because this town is big enough for ALL of us!
On November 9th, 2014 from 11am – 4pm we will be falling back in time, celebrating the end of daylights savings time and kicking off the autumn season with the Fall Back Festival! Enjoy this adventure back to the 1880s, where three blocks of the Gaslamp Quarter are transformed into a western town of the past, with traditional western storefronts, a Sarsaparilla Saloon and the town Jail. Ladies and gentlemen stroll the streets dressed in Victorian garb, the Alpine Outlaws have a high-noon shootout, and there are FREE activities galore for the kids. The whole family is engaged in the magical old-fashioned atmosphere that the Fall Back Festival brings to life each year.
The timelessly cherished tradition of Fall Back Festival is a FREE event for the public to enjoy. Some activities such as the carnival rides will require a minimal charge. With numerous historical demonstrators and interactive activities, this is the perfect place to spend a Sunday afternoon with family and friends. Fall Back is produced by the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation, and helps to advance our mission of preserving the history and culture of the Gaslamp Quarter and providing a living history of San Diego.




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