For the 31st anniversary festival with up to 25,000 visitors and 153 exhibitors.
Saturday and Sunday, February 22-23, 2014, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM with extended hours to 8:00 PM on Saturday night onstage and at the beer garden.
The festival is located in the heart of downtown South Miami, adjacent to the Shops at Sunset Place. It is held on Sunset Drive (SW 72nd Street) between Red Road (SW 57th Avenue) and US 1.
Amenities for Artists
We provide free coffee and donuts at headquarters both mornings and water during the day. Booth sitters are available throughout the festival for brief breaks. There is boothside load in and load out from your vehicle.
There is free parking for artists with their festival parking cards both in the South Miami Metrorail parking garage and on SW 74th Street for larger vehicles.
Be sure to park head-in only in the parking garage
Ample public parking is available both on-street and in garages. Parking machines take both cash and credit cards.
The South Miami Metrorail and its parking garage are located directly across US 1 from the festival.
ATM location and Credit Cards
ATM's are located in several banks on Sunset Drive adjacent to the festival, and most exhibitors accept credit cards.
Portable facilities and washing stations are located on SW 58th Avenue behind Chase Bank and across the street from the Shops at Sunset Place parking garage entrance.
Bicycles, Skateboards, Skates
For safety reasons we do not permit bicycles, skateboards, or skates in the festival.
First Aid (provided by South Miami Hospital)
The first aid tent is located at the intersection of SW 58th Avenue and Sunset between Chase Bank and the CVS. Qualified attendants can assist or refer you elsewhere as necessary
South Miami Police are on the premises at all times including overnight.
No solicitation by non-profit or commercial enterprises is allowed. In addition to bicycles, skateboards and skates, scooters, large signs and placards which could endanger or inconvenience festival goers are prohibited. Festival organizers reserve the right to decline admittance to anyone who violates the reasonable policies established for public safety and to restrict activities such as sound systems to designated areas.