The 35th Annual Abbot Kinney Festival

September 29, 10am-6pm

Abbot Kinney Blvd between Venice Blvd and Main Street
Venice, California 90291

 
 
 
 

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The Abbot Kinney Festival spans world-famous Abbot Kinney Boulevard, dubbed the coolest block in America by GQ Magazine. The mile-long street’s eclectic boutiques and artisan eateries infuse the festival with local Venice flavor. Occurring each year on the last Sunday in September, this highly anticipated summertime tradition is 35 years strong and features:

- Free Festival Admission

- 350 Quality Vendors

- Top Food Trucks and Booths

- Kids' Rides and Games

- Four Music Stages (Including KidsQuad Stage)

- Three Beer Gardens (wristband and ID required)


Parking

Official Festival Parking Lots

Please be courteous to our Venice neighbors and use our official Festival Parking located at:

  • Santa Clara & Electric

  • Milwood & Electric

  • Venice Blvd & Irving Tabor (between Electric & Abbot Kinney)

Check our map to see the locations and look for our signage on Electric Avenue.

Festival parking is valet only for $25. Part of your parking fee at an official lot goes back into the festival coffers that go back into the Venice community! Click here for more info on that.

Public Parking Lots are located throughout the area. One is at Westminster Elementary School on Main Street between Brooks Avenue and Westminster Avenue. Others are on Windward,  Electric Avenue, Washington Boulevard near Venice Pier, and in Marina del Rey.

CARPOOL!  Drive with a friend to reduce carbon emissions and alleviate the number of cars in the area.

 

Bike Valet

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Free Bike Valet Stations are located at each end of the Festival, at
Abbot Kinney and Venice
and
Abbot Kinney and Main


Bus & Shuttle

Playa Vista Beach Shuttle: This free shuttle will drop you within walking distance of the Festival. Stops along the way include Admiralty Way, Washington Boulevard, Fisherman’s Village, and Playa Vista. See the shuttle route and schedule here.

Big Blue Bus: Routes 1, 3 and 18 stop nearby. See the Big Blue Bus route map here and visit bigbluebus.com for schedules.

Metro: Several citywide routes serve Venice. Visit metro.net.