In celebration of the autumnal season, a lively lineup of art, music, and Oktoberfest offerings is on tap for the local community in and around South Pasadena as the Chamber of Commerce hosts the Arts-toberfest Crawl on the evening of Saturday, October 29th.
People of all ages are encouraged to enjoy another quarterly “neighborhood-night-on-the-town” featuring art exhibitions, interactive activities, live music, open houses, food and drink specials, and sales throughout the business district.
Meridian Avenue (located between Mission Street and El Centro Avenue), will be bustling with festivities, hosting the popular Artisan’s Alley- showcasing handcrafted, unique, artistic creations for sale, and an Oktoberfest-themed beer garden with beer and wine, brats and pretzels, photo ops, live music, and a children’s art activity.
An event map with a complete list of activities, performers, business participants, and more will be available Monday, Oct 24 on the Chamber website at https://southpasadena.net/event/fall-arts-crawl/
Guests can walk, bike, or take the Metro ‘L’ Line where the South Pasadena Station will put you right at the center of the event. Parking is available at the parking lot north of Mission Street on Meridian, walking distance to more than 20 participating shops and boutiques staying open with extended hours to accommodate the revelry.
Further updates will be available by following the Arts Crawl on Facebook and Instagram.