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Hyde Park Street Fair 2017 Takes Over Camels Back Park
Get ready for the annual Hyde Park Street Fair to take over Camel's Back Park from Friday, September 15th, to Sunday, September 17th.
The fair was established in 1979 and benefits fine grants and programs within the North End community.
Hyde Park Street Fair
Check out the various vendors that will be in attendance, let the kiddos enjoy numerous activities, and listen to live music on multiple stages. Sip a cold beer, relax in the wine garden, or be entertained by local talent.
There are more than 40 entertainers who will be taking the stage over the three day fair. You can enjoy Irish dance, mambo, and musicians playing all kinds of music! Click here to view the full line up.
The Hyde Park Street Fair is a well-established, popular event within the Treasure Valley. That means parking is limited.
If you want to attend, consider riding your bike, walking, or taking the free shuttle that leaves from First Baptist Church (607 N. 13th St.) on Friday (4pm to 9pm) and Saturday (11am to 9pm). The shuttle does not run on Sundays.
The hours of the fair are Friday from 4pm to 9:30pm, Saturday from 10am to 9:30pm, and Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
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