In 1973, The City of Orange was looking for ways to celebrate its one hundreth year. Inspired by the Street Fair of 1910, it was decided that for their centennial celebration, Orange would have the Orange International Street Fair (OISF). The Fair was so successful that it has become an annual tradition during Labor Day weekend. The Fair is located near Plaza Park in the historic downtown district.
Come celebrate the 45th anniversary to pig out and do day and evening drinking at the 2nd biggest annual event in all of Orange County, CA. Concerts, other performances and other entertainment included. Concerts for each day listed on website.
We only allow handmade items of the highest quality. We currently have 52 Arts & Craft booths.
Children’s Street is geared towards the younger crowd. It features games, crafts, and snacks for purchase. It does not permit smoking, alcohol sales, or consumption on Children’s Street.
These booths give businesses an opportunity to sell or inform event guests regarding their products or services.
The booths showcase local non-profits and give them an opportunity to inform event guests about their organizations.
Food booths are broken down into 16 ethnicities encompassing North & South Glassell St and East & West Chapman Ave. All food booths are local non-profit organizations. We do not allow For-Profit businesses (i.e. catering companies, food trucks or restaurants) in our food booth area.