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Sicilian Street Festival in San Diego on May 18

Date 05.14.2014

The 21st Annual Sicilian Street Festival in San Diego celebrates San Diego’s rich Sicilian heritage. The festival was started in 1993 by Mario Cefalu, a  native of Portocello, Sicily who emigrated to the United States and soon made his mark on San Diego by opening Soluntos Bakery in Little Italy. Over the years the Sicilian Festival has grown in size and scope, providing a wonderful opportunity each year to celebrate the food, music, art, and tradition brought to San Diego by Sicilian immigrants.

FREE ADMISSION! Bring the family and children for FREE Children’s Rides & Entertainment!

Sunday, May 18 from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

For location and Sicilian Street Festival information CLICK HERE.