Live music, food and crafts will take center stage Sunday at the Rolando Street Fair.
The free community event runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Rolando Boulevard between El Cajon Boulevard and Solita Avenue. The streets will be lined with vendors selling food, crafts, art and other goods.
Kids can enjoy activities that include carnival rides, games, face-painting and balloon artists, to name a few.
A full day of live music will entertain the crowds. The lineup includes local bands Sister Speak, Len Rainey and the Midnight Players, the Trey Tosh Band, The Devastators and The Earful.
Organizers say thousands are expected to attend the annual street fair. Parking will be limited, with certain streets closed off to traffic including Rolando Boulevard between Solita Avenue and El Cajon Boulevard, Solita Avenue between Filipo Drive and Rolando Boulevard, and Alamo Drive between El Cajon Boulevard and Solita Drive, and also Shannon Avenue.
If attendees use public transit instead, the bus stop is El Cajon Boulevard/Rolando Boulevard. The nearest trolley stop is the SDSU stop. Bike racks will be provided at the fair on Shannon Avenue.
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