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F.A.Q.

  • Where can I park?
    • Parking is available at the following locations:
      • Civic Center, 300 Centennial Way (two blocks from the event)
      • B Street (behind Peppertree Park)
      • Columbus Tustin Activity Center, 17522 Beneta Way
        (Prospect & Irvine Blvd., two blocks from the event)
      • Surrounding side streets

  • What streets will be closed?
    • El Camino Real from Sixth Street to First Street
    • C Street from Main Street to First Street
    • Main Street from C Street to Prospect

  • How much chili is there?
    • Chili is available as soon as the event opens. Although there are 48+ chili teams, chili usually runs out around 2:30 p.m. Vendors will post signs at their booths indicating if they have sold out. There are other food areas throughout the event as well as our beer/wine gardens and live entertainment.

  • What kind of activities are there?
    • This is a family-oriented event. There is something for everyone, from young children to teenagers to adults to grandparents. This event features chili cook-off, craft vendors, community groups, food, wine and beer gardens, community performances, live entertainment, carnival rides, contests, car exhibition and much more! In addition, there will be a sports zone so that you donít miss out on your favorite sports!
      New this year will be a Kids Sports Zone.

  • Is there an admission fee?
    • No. Thanks to our sponsors we are able to continue to offer free admission to the event.

  • Is there a charge for any of the activities? If so, is credit card accepted?
    • Chili tickets are $1. Tasting cups are a ticket per cup.
    • Alcohol wristbands must be purchased for $2. All adults 21 and over planning on consuming alcoholic beverages should have a wristband.
    • Beer and Wine is available for purchase.
    • Food charges vary from vendor to vendor. Most are non-profit organizations so they will only accept cash.
    • Craft vendors charge differently for their products. Some will accept credit card and check payments, however, plan on bringing cash.

  • Will there be ATM's on-site?
    • Yes, throughout the event. In addition, there is a Schools First Federal Credit Union (formerly OCTFCU) ATM at Wienerschnitzel at the corner of First Street and El Camino Real.

  • I am an organization; can I pass out flyers to patrons?
    • No solicitation of any kind is allowed. Only vendors and sponsors may pass out flyers from within their booth.

  • Where is everything located?
    • The Information Booth is located at the corner of El Camino Real and Second Street.
    • The Main Stage is located on El Camino Real between Second and First Street.
    • Community Stage is located at Peppertree Park.
    • Kids Zone on C Street between Second and First Street.
    • Booths are located on El Camino Real between Sixth Street and First Street, down Second Street and on C Street between First Street and Third Street.
    • Ticket booths are located on Third Street and El Camino Real.

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