Hullabaloo Family Arts Festival-- September 21st

The Hullabaloo Family Arts Festival is a one-day celebration of the arts. Join us for a full day of music, art, dance and storytelling -- all for kids and families!! Performances by Hullabaloo, Rhythm Child, Euphoria Brass Band, Kristen Cook, Charles Johnson, Joann Woolley and more!!

The Arts Festival takes place on the Paddock Green at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Tickets are just $7 per person. Kids under one year are free!! For more information visit www.hullabalooartsfest.com

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Mehmet September 24, 2013 @11:29 am
Being a die hard patriot fan, it is hard for me to acnewolkdge when they get flat out dominated in every singe aspect of the game. But I must tip my cap to Drew Brees, Sean Payton, and the rest of the New Orleans Saints. Last night represented one of the greatest games i have witnessed a quarterback play. This is saying a lot, seeing how i witness Tom Brady and Peyton Manning play every week.The Patriot's defense would be the easiest to blame, but do they really deserve it? I thought they played pretty well, but there just isnt any possible way to defend against a perfectly thrown ball. And 18 out of 23 times last night, Brees delivered a perfectly thrown ball.If Patriots fans want someone to blame, i suggest the coaching staff. Where was the pressure on brees? It seemed like he had an eturnity to scan the feild, pump fake one way, look to his 3rd or even 4th receiver, and deliver a strike downfeild without being touched every play. Clearly we couldn't even stop the saints offense when we werent sending pressure, so why not take a shot at pressuring Brees and causing a turnover. on the other sideline, Sean Payton coached a brilliant game defensively, rotating fom man to man, to a 2 man rush, to a 3 man rush, rolling to zone coverage. Brady had no idea what to expect.
Patrice September 21, 2013 @09:54 pm
Though I love the idea of this festival - super kid friendly and appropriate all around, with a focus on the arts and lack of focus on blatant consumerism - there were some unwelcome surprises: the $10 parking fee that was not advertised, the cost of food and drinks, and the lack of art (or other) activites for a broader range of ages of children. Hoping to see some great improvements in these areas at upcomin festivals.
Kimberly Evana August 26, 2013 @07:57 am
I know my kiddos are really looking forward to this again!! They loved it last time!!
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