Image default

Fun in the sun at the Fiesta del Sol

SOLANA BEACH — Music, food, action — it was all there during the 34th annual Fiesta del Sol last weekend. 

The two-day outdoor music festival at Fletcher Cove is a crowd favorite and helps to benefit the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce.

University City residents Nicole Dewaele Frieman and her daughter Bella take refuge from the morning gloom under an umbrella. Photo by Daniel KnightonA group of youngsters dance along with the Zumba demonstration at Fiesta Del Sol. Photo by Daniel Knighton4-year-old Carmel Valley resident Anika Gamburg plays with her beach ball at Fiesta Del Sol. Photo by Daniel KnightonVocalist Jesse Malley performs with The Tilt. Photo by Daniel Knighton7-year-old Solana Beach resident Ellery Dinsmore makes her way to the top of the rock climb. Photo by Daniel KnightonSolana Beach fire captain Rick Davis at the annual Pancake Breakfast. Photo by Daniel KnightonPhoenix, Ariz. resident Luke Inglis performs a one-off performance with a Rock Academy band they briefly called “Rat Tooth,” bringing down the house with a rocking version of Rage Against The Machine’s epic “Killing In The Name.” Photo by Daniel KnightonSolana Beach native Tristan Prettyman performs as headliner at Fiesta Del Sol for the first time. Photo by Daniel KnightonThe Surfari’s pose backstage at Fiesta Del Sol.  From right to left: Deven Berryhill, Bob Berryhill, Gene Berryhill, and Joel Berryhill. Photo by Daniel KnightonSolana Beach residents Ian Lazarus and his daughter Emmalee take a spin in the bumper cars. Photo by Daniel KnightonCrowds swelled as the sun finally came out on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Daniel Knighton10-year-old Eugene, Ore. resident Lily Nolander juggles for tips with her  family, who are in the area to study at the San Diego Circus Center. Photo by Daniel KnightonSinger/songwriter Tristan Prettyman headlines the Fiesta Del Sol in her hometown of Solana Beach. Photo by Daniel Knighton

Related posts

Annual historical home tour nears

Christina Macone-Greene

Lego for it!


Army Navy’s Caleb Morris signs to play for Air Force

Aaron Burgin

Double-amputee to cycle across America

Ellen Wright

BREAKING NEWS Two Carlsbad banks hit in separate incidents


Learning Genie app connects preschool teachers with parents

Ellen Wright