Founded in 1973 and Incorporated in 1985, Orange International Street Fair, Inc. was formed to produce the annual Orange International Street Fair (OISF) event held in Old Town Orange, CA.
In 1973, The City of Orange was looking for ways to celebrate its one hundreth year. Inspired by the Street Fair of 1910, it was decided that for their centennial celebration, Orange would have the Orange International Street Fair (OISF). The Fair was so successful that it has become an annual tradition during Labor Day weekend. Location Old Town Orange Plaza.
A Taste of Tradition
Each year the Street Fair has a theme driving the designs of the branding. This year’s theme is “A Taste of Tradition” with the subhead of “45 Years of Flavor and Fun.” Hinting to the tradition of the annual Orange Street Fair, but also to the traditions and cultures of the country’s represented.
Booths & Entertainment
Every Labor Day weekend, the Orange International Street Fair (OISF) in downtown Orange has been the place where friends, families and neighbors get together to experience a wide variety of food, music and dance from cultures and ethnicities throughout the world.