Celebrating Artistry and Local Flavors


For more than 50 years now, this family-friendly tradition has brought over 350,000 people to the Old Pueblo. The fair offers something for everyone of all ages, hosting artists from around the world, live entertainment, and local and regional food like street tacos, smokin’ barbecue, freshly squeezed lemonade, and more.


Twice a year, the Fourth Avenue Merchants Association (FAMA) hosts the bi-annual tradition just in time for the holidays in December and then again during Tucson's near-perfect weather in March. 


Fourth Avenue Street Fair (Photo courtesy of Tucson Foodie)


The Fourth Avenue Street Fair is recognized locally, nationally, and internationally and there are usually more than 400 booths stretched out along the Avenue, among local restaurants, bars, and other gems on Historic Fourth Avenue


The three-day event has been recognized as a "Top 100 Event in the World" for the last 28 years, and once you experience the fair for yourself, it's apparent why it receives so much praise. 


Shop, eat, and drink while you embrace the local community!


For more information about the 2024 Spring Street Fair, visit tucsonfoodie.com.