This beautiful, free festival celebrates the history and whimsy of the kite. Watch as hundreds take to the sky, or bring your own—there will be contests for highest flying kite, best handmade kite and youngest kite flyer. You can also help to launch a 25-foot wide kite. There also tends to be a slew of (rather random) activities on the pier all day, including a hot dog on a stick eating contest and dance performances.
Festival of the Kite
Time Out says
Discover Time Out original video