Each summer the Tivoli-Too grounds are transformed into an art oasis. This oasis becomes Laguna Art-A-Fair, home to 125 artists from around the world. Ranging from paintings and photography to ceramics, textiles and jewelry, the festival has something to fit everyone's taste. The entire garden like grounds are covered in large canopies that keep the heat at bay. The aisles are easy to navigate as you meander through looking at the rich and diverse works of art.
Art-a-Fair 2015 
Sherri McEuen shows off a collection of striking bronze sculptures celebrating Mardi Gras and Carnivale. These colorful and provoking pieces will capture your imagination. www.sherrimceuen.com
Art-a-Fair 2015 
Local Orange County photographer Cheyne Walls captures breathtaking images of landscapes in the western United States. His images, whether in vivid saturated colors, or crisp black & white evoke an emotional response of the beauty they display. Don’t miss getting a look at his unique capture of the iconic Hollywood sign. www.cheynewalls.com

Art-a-Fair 2015 
Hoorad Farjamfar draws black & white charcoals that will stop you in your tracks. The detail of these pieces are such that they look like photographs. They are utterly mesmerizing. www.triangleartgroup.com
Art-a-Fair 2015 
Take a workshop:
Create your own masterpiece daily at 10:30am & 1:15pm
(must be 16 years old to participate) 
$30 and $45
Reservations are strongly encouraged.

Live music:
Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Laguna Art-A-Fair stage 
For full schedule go here.
Art-a-Fair 2015 
Hours and tickets:
June 29-September 2, 2018

Sunday - Thursday 
10am - 9pm

Friday - Saturday 
10am - 10pm

July 4th & September 2
10am - 6pm

Adults $8
Senior (65+), Military & Students $6
Groups (20+) $6
Children 12 and under free with an adult

There is limited paid parking adjacent to the Laguna Art-A-Fair grounds. Consider parking in one of the city lots and use the free trolley to access Laguna Art-A-Fair. For all parking information go here. To track the trolleys and their routes download the Visit Laguna Beach app and click on the 'Trolley Tracker.' 

Want to visit the festival all summer long? Get a Passport to the Arts. The season pass is $29 and gives you unlimited access to Sawdust Art Festival, Festival of Arts, and Laguna Art-A-Fair all summer. In addition you will receive a free one-time parking pass for Act V, 1900 Laguna Canyon Road and a list of merchant discounts throughout town.