33rd annual Fiesta del Sol lights up Solana Beach

John and Natalie Miola-Bridges with Vincent and Anabelle

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The 33rd annual Fiesta del Sol was held June 2 and 3 adjacent to Fletcher Cove in Solana Beach.

The event featured music, great food, arts and crafts, children’s activities, dance performances and more.

Photos/Claire Harlin

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