We could not be more excited to return to Ft Lauderdale on April 24th and 25th! This will be our 100th art fair on Las Olas Blvd!
The Las Olas Art Fair, which began decades ago as a small block festival, now stretches along the Boulevard and includes three weekends throughout the year. The iconic event takes place from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, Las Olas Boulevard is known as the jewel of the city. Las Olas has everything for a wonderful evening out, or a relaxing day window-shopping and dining at one of the fabulous sidewalk cafes. On Las Olas Boulevard you will find a multitude of art galleries, eclectic boutiques, and dining options that range from Cuban-American cuisine to fresh seafood caught in the Atlantic Ocean.
Exhibitors: you do not need to reapply if you were previously accepted into the cancelled 2021 January or March Las Olas Art Fair. Please email info@ArtFestival.com or call the office at 561-746-6615.
Exhibitor Safety Measures
• Masks are MANDATORY inside the show site for EVERYONE, except children under the age of two.
A face shield is an option for extra protection over your mandatory mask but the mask must be on underneath. We also suggest that artists practice wearing different types of masks. This will help you determine which masks are the most comfortable to wear during set up, break down, heat, rain and during the show.
• Please only enter and exit the show site through designated areas. Follow arrows on the ground for one-way traffic.
• Social distancing of 6 feet required between artists and patrons. We know that you have missed your artist friends, but please do not congregate and maintain at least a 6-foot distance from each other. Booths will be 6 feet apart.
• Please stay home if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, awaiting test results for COVID-19, or show any symptoms of the virus. Please take your temperature every morning before entering the show site.
• Please utilize hand-washing and sanitizing stations on a regular basis and avoid casual touching.