Solana Beach celebrates 32nd annual Fiesta del Sol

Jim King in his 1928 Model A Ford Roadster

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The 32nd annual Fiesta del Sol was held June 4-5 next to Fletcher Cove in Solana Beach.  The event, which was presented by the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce, kicked off with a parade celebrating the city’s 25th anniversary. The community event featured arts and crafts fairs, continuous musical performances, merchant booths, children’s activities, an international-themed food court and more. Visit www.fiestadelsol.net. Photos: Jon Clark

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