Topanga Days is a three day fair and fundraiser celebrating music, the arts and the work of local artisans. Fair goers will find everything from clothing and jewelry to a variety of environmentally conscious products and services, as well as enjoying wines, beers, and other culinary delicacies.
And it’s not just Topangans who enjoy the festival. People from all walks of life, from bohemians to families from all over California, drop by for one of the most fun, relaxing and festive weekends of the year. One of the highlights of the fair is the Monday morning Memorial Day Parade.
“We’re making this year’s fair an event to remember,” said Mimi Williams, Managing Coordinator for the Fair. “We’re offering the best in live music, food and beverages, traditional family games and providing a showcase for innovative, environmentally conscious products and services.”
The arts are heavily supported with multiple stages filled with a diverse and talented roster of music and dance, an abundance of booths and vendors ranging from one of a kind art pieces to affordable hand crafted gifts. Topanga Days also offers a mouthwatering selection of food and drinks that will satisfy vegetarians, vegans and carnivores alike.
Amongst the many other fine local and regional acts to grace the Topanga Days stages this year are headliners The Stray Cats’ Lee Rocker, Yesterday’s Child, John Mayall, Maggie Mayall, Jim Messina, Fabulous Thunderbirds. A more extensive lineup will be announced in the near future.
Topanga Days has been a fun family tradition for 38 years. The fair takes place the Saturday through Monday of Memorial Weekend, May 28, 29 and 30th on the Topanga Community Club grounds at 1440 North Topanga Canyon Blvd in Topanga midway between the 101 and PCH. The Fair opens its gates at 10:00AM welcoming attendees into a wonderland from a bygone era, nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains, on the edge of the State Park. Gates close at 7:00PM
General admission is $20. A discount is offered to members of the military and Topanga Community Center at $15; children between 6-12 and seniors are $10.