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Burlingame Artzfest Boasts a Weekend of Free Festival Fun – Aug 13 & 14

The Burlingame ArtzFest, happening August 13-14 on Burlingame Avenue, will feature a full lineup of exciting live music on its main stage, as well as some of the best local talent on the community stage. But it’s not just music lovers flocking to this event!

The shopaholics of the group will enjoy strolling through the endless booths featuring over 150 vendors showcasing original works of art, jewelry, photography, specialty foods, clothing, vintage posters, sculptures, bath and body products, toys, and more. Families will especially love the special kids area, which features rides, children’s entertainment, and activities.

Attendees can relax and sip fine wines at the Wine Pavilion, or go for a more exotic beverage at the Margarita booth. There is also a myriad of traditional festival foods such as hot dogs, cotton candy, corn on the cob, kettle corn, and even more delicious treats.

“The ArtzFest is one of our biggest fundraisers,” said Georgette Naylor, CEO of the Burlingame Chamber of Commerce. “We are really depending on peninsula residents to come out and support their community by spending the day at this wonderful event. There really is something for everyone here.”

WHO: The Burlingame Chamber of Commerce

WHAT: Burlingame ArtzFest: A free weekend long event that offers two full days of live music, art, festival, foods, kids entertainment, shopping, and more.

WHERE: Burlingame Avenue, located in the heart of the village-like downtown area of Burlingame, California, is 15 minutes south of San Francisco in San Mateo County. Take Caltrain to the Burlingame Train Station, or take advantage of convenient public parking.

WHEN: Saturday, August 13-Sunday, August 14, 2011 from 10am-6pm

INFO: For more information, visit or contact Georgette Naylor at 650-344-1735

PRESS: Contact Frances Larose or Liz Stigge at 650-548-6700 or via email at

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