OLD TOWN SAN DIEGO KICKS INTO GEAR FOR THE 2013 ‘FIESTA DE KUSTOM KULTURE’ HOT ROD, MOTORCYCLE AND LOWBROW ART SHOW SEPTEMBER 7
The wheels are in motion as Fiesta de Kustom Kulture returns to the streets of historic Old Town San Diego on Saturday, Sep. 7. San Diego Avenue, Harney Street and Twiggs Street will be lined with hot rods, customs, muscle cars, trucks and motorcycles while the public strolls through this free event from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Event goers can enjoy live entertainment, browse the kitschy vendors along San Diego Ave., see live painting and pinstriping by some of the world’s most renowned lowbrow artists in Artist Alley, try their hand at pinstriping, all the while enjoying the flavorful cuisine, history and flair that Old Town has to offer.
A raffle featuring collectibles from participating vendors and certificates from local restaurants, boutiques and businesses will take place, followed by a trophy presentation for judged classes along with the always favorite audience picks for People’s Choice, Ladie’s Choice and Kid’s Choice. The annual charity art auction theme for 2013 is “Horsepower for Horses” and features original art donated by invited artists with proceeds to benefit San Diego’s own Falcon Ridge Equine Rescue.
The Old Town Chamber of Commerce and MotorCult, event producers of Fiesta de Kustom Kulture, look forward to another successful event experience in the birthplace of California. “We are so excited with the growth of this event and grateful for the outstanding support we continue to receive from the community,” said Kim Ulrich of MotorCult. For more information, visit www.fiestadekustomkulture.com