August 31-September 2: Sausalito Art Festival

Check out the Sausalito Art Festival at Marinship Park in Sausalito from Saturday, August 31st through Monday September 2nd! Grab tickets and info here.

America’s premier waterfront festival is taking it to the next level this Labor Day Weekend with a celebration of fine art, music, food, wine and technology. With over 260 artists from 41 states and 12 countries, the festival is a world-class cultivated art show exhibiting all original work with something for everyone. The Sausalito Art Festival will also be showcasing two stages with continuous live music with headlining performances from a wide range of rock, pop, blues, and jazz. The 19 bands over three days include the Sun Kings, Blood, Sweat & Tears, ZZ Ward, Blues Traveler, and more!

This year is the introduction to the Art Tech Pavilion which is a new innovative exhibit with virtual and augmented reality art demonstrations and holographic displays. This is an interactive experience that invites patrons to create their own art using state of the art technology tools. 

Along with all the art exhibits quench your thirst with a variety of fine wine, craft beer, margaritas, and other beverages from some of the best wine and spirit makers in the country. To make this year even better we are kicking off with the biggest art bash of the year for an opening night preview party on August 30th! This is a one of a kind opportunity to mix and mingle with all 260 artists, dance beneath the stars, while savoring fine wine and the culinary delights of celebrity caterer Dan McCall.

Venue: Marinship Park
Marinship Park
Sausalito, CA 94965



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