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Hyde Park Street Fair

Friday-Sunday, Camel's Back Park

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The North End is home to quaint 20th-century bungalows, giant trees, the Boise Co-op and its piece de resistance, the Hyde Park Street Fair. Every year as fall sets in, the North End Neighborhood Association stakes its claim in Camel's Back Park, mapping out what will soon become a riot of booths and stages. For three days, the park will fill with artists and vendors, food trucks, entertainers, kid's activities, a wine garden and enough live music to give the whole neighborhood a soundtrack. This year's headliners include Bread & Circus, a.k.a. Belle, and Bill Coffey & His Cash Money Cousins, supported by 16 other local bands. Even better, proceeds from the three-day bash benefit the North End community. Head to Camel's Back to celebrate Ida-home.