Street Fair

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street fair celebrates the character of a neighborhood. As its name suggests, it is typically held on the main street of a neighborhood.

The principal component of street fairs are booths used to sell goods (particularly food)[1] or convey information. Some include carnival rides and parades. Many have live music and dance demonstrations.[2]

Fairs typically range no more than a few blocks long, although some fairs, such as the 9th Avenue International Food Festival in New York City and the Solano Stroll in Northern California, extend more than a mile.[3][4] A fair only one block long is commonly called a block party.