May 18th, 2014 at Old Sacramento & Downtown Plaza from 10:00am to 5:00pm
22nd Anniversary Message
Welcome to the 22nd Annual Pacific Rim Street Festival (PRSF). On Sunday, May 18, 2014, the Pacific Rim Street Festival brings you another fun-filled community event. This year we decided to go back to our very beginnings when we did not have a theme; I was also reminded the very first year we only made $200. What a learning experience 21 years ago!
Vision & Dream with a look to the Future: Frank Fat wanted us to broaden the understanding and awareness of the Asian Pacific heritage, to showcase the positive contributions to the community, and to lend support to cultural endeavors. He wanted us to understand our differences and also appreciate our cultures. I believe that Frank would be very proud that we are continuing the festival and his legacy.
I would personally like to THANK our Planning Committee members who have been working throughout the year to present this annual festival - you deserve a round of applause for your dedication and commitment to make this festival happen. Also thank you to the sponsors and volunteers; we could not do it without your help.
Come and enjoy the day…check out the food, the entertainment, the arts & crafts and community booths.
Chairperson & Volunteer Chairperson
Pacific Rim Street Fest Planning Committee
Festival History & Background
1993, the first Pacific Rim Street Fest was presented
in Old Sacramento by the restauranteur, Frank Fat, and
community groups. With his ever optimistic spirit, he
was able to create a coalition of community leaders and
succeed in seeing his dream of a street festival come
For the past eighteen years the festival has displayed the
richness and diversity of many Pacific Rim cultures
through cultural programs, entertainment, art and
food. The event also enhances the community's knowledge
of Asian/Pacific Island cultures in a fun and positive
Annual Pacific Rim Street Fest is scheduled for May
18, 2014 from 10:00am-5:00pm in Old Sacramento and
Westfield Downtown Plaza. Having
people of all ages and backgrounds at the event offers
an excellent vehicle for leading businesses to showcase
their support for the Asian American community. Each
year we feature an aspect of Asian culture as the theme
of the festival. For the year 2011, the theme is "Spice".
Ride RT buses to the Fest!
2013 Vendor Aplication Forms (deadline March 31, 2013)
Arts and Crafts Vendor | Food Vendor | Community Outreach
2013 Entertainment Forms (deadline March 20, 2013)