The epic Coronado Art Walk is back this weekend

The 2016 Coronado Art Walk is here and taking over the Coronado Ferry Landing for a two-day festival, featuring a variety of unique artwork. The walk will allow eventgoers to marvel at and purchase handcrafted jewelry, photography, ceramics, woodworks, painting and more. Enjoy restaurants, shops and galleries in the surrounding area as well as live musical entertainment both days. - Liz Bowen, DSD 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Coronado Ferry Landing, 1201 First St., Coronado. Free to attend.

Paintings, ceramics and woodwork, oh my! The 11th annual Coronado Art Walk is returning to the Coronado Ferry Landing on Saturday, Sept. 10 to Sunday, Sept. 11.

The two-day art extravaganza will go from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, offering art activities and a public display of handcrafted pieces. There will be a variety of art mediums at the event, including paintings, jewelry, photography, ceramics, woven art, woodworking and more.

Over 70 artists will be participating is year’s walk, which is free to attend and all ages.

Enjoy rockin’ tunes on the music stage from local bands each day. Saturday’s performers include Ginger Cowgirl & The Silver Spurs and Rebecca Jade. On Sunday, fest-goers can catch the Bayou Brothers and Bill Maggee Blues Band.

Those interested in getting crafty can take to art activities around the event, such as face painting, Dick Blick “Paint a Square” Project, creative hat making at The Rad Hatter, henna tattoos and more.

Shops, galleries and eateries in the vicinity will also be open for the public throughout each day. For more information about the Coronado Art Walk, visit

Coronado Ferry Landing, 1201 First St., Coronado.

Source: DiscoverSD

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