Victorville bringing in the Fall with street festival this Saturday

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VICTORVILLE – The Fall season is here and the city of Victorville is celebrating with their annual Fall Festival, this Saturday, in front of City Hall. The street fair experience is designed for family entertainment and community involvement.

This year the festival features live performances by Ballet Folklorico Flores, Beach Boys-inspired band Woodie and the Longboards, reggaeton group Tabu and Motown band Pop Vinyl on the Main Stage located in front of City Hall. 

A second Community Stage will feature a Unity dance class, donut eating contest, Superhero training, a guitar playing demo and a limbo contest. This stage will be located on the corner of Civic Drive.

A Kids Zone area, near the Community Stage, will have several attractions – carnival games, two inflatable obstacle courses, a bounce house, a skate park, a trackless train, pony rides and a petting zoo.

Festival goers can find a food court with eateries serving up quesadillas, tacos, hot dogs, funnel cakes, snow cones, kettle corn and more.

Parking for the event will be located in the Superior Court of San Bernardino County parking lot, accessible from Seneca Road.

Event Info

Victorville Fall Festival

Date:            October 1, 2022

Address:       14343 Civic Drive 

                     Victorville, CA

Time:            11:30 am – 6:30 pm

Admission:   Free

For more information about the Fall Festival visit


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