The Annual Sawdust Art Festival in Laguna Beach

The Sawdust Art Festival is unlike any other place in Southern California.

Founded over 50 years ago to showcase the incredible work of artists that live and work in Laguna Beach, The SAWDUST ART FESTIVAL is an eclectic collection of arts & crafts that highlights the city's artistic roots. Since every booth at the festival is designed and built by the artists themselves, wandering through the aisles of the 175 artist booths is like meandering through an actual painting. 

Sawdust Art Festival Laguna Beach

Retro Poster Display

See some of the coolest posters from past Sawdust festivals over the last 50 years. Displayed on the bottom floor of the Healy House.

Live Music

Every day you can find live music on the festival grounds in three spots; The Main Deck that is nestled high among the eucalyptus trees, The Tavern, which is ideally located in the beer garden, and at The Grill, which is adjacent to Thasos Greek Grill. Full schedule of all the musical performances

Sawdust Live Music

Dates & Hours

July 2 - September 5, 2021

Sunday - Thursday: 11:00am - 7:00pm

Friday, Saturday: 11:00am - 7:00p

Capacity: 2,500

Admission

$10 Adults; $7 Seniors (65+); $5 Children (6 –12); FREE for Children 5 & under

Sawdust Art Festival Booth

Parking 

There is limited metered parking outside of Sawdust Art Festival. Consider parking in one of the city lots and use the #LagunaFreeTrolley to access the Sawdust Art Festival. Find all parking information. To track the trolleys and their routes download the VISIT LAGUNA BEACH APP and click on 'Trolley Tracker.' 

Sawdust Art Festival Artist
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Anne-Marie Schiefer

Anne-Marie Schiefer

Director of Marketing

Anne-Marie used her degree in Communications to work in the non-profit sector before taking a break to raise her children. Currently, she is the Director of Marketing at Visit Laguna Beach, as well as write and photograph for several travel, music and pop culture blogs. If you want to find Anne-Marie, she'll be at a local restaurant grubbing on salad and French fries. She currently lives in Costa Mesa with her husband and three kids.

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