For many years, San Francisco has been known for its love of the blues. The Festival will feature two main stages, a merchant marketplace, arts and crafts, gourmet food booths, a large family area, cafe seating areas, and much more. Click here for more information!
The tasting event will be located throughout 24th Street from Diamond to Chattanooga and will include restaurants and merchants offering wine samples, finger foods and special treats. Attendees wishing to participate in the sampling program may purchase a $30 “Tasting Wristband” prior to the event via the web site or on-site (booth #1 at 4063-4049 24th St. parking lot between…read more →
This family-friendly event features prominent local chefs creating chocolate inventions during cooking demonstrations, live musical entertainment, children’s activities and the popular “Earthquake” Ice Cream Sundae Eating Contest. Over 30 different booths from local restaurants, bakeries and chocolate companies will provide dessert samples during the two-day event. All proceeds from the event are donated to Project Open Hand, a non-profit organization…read more →
In July of 2010, The Wall Street Journal coined The San Francisco Marathon® “The Race Even Marathoners Fear”. Approximately 25,000 runners will flood the streets of San Francisco to take the ultimate challenge in the San Francisco Marathon, Half Marathon, and 5K events. Join the fun with your neighbors, companies, clubs, schools, teams, churches, or groups and celebrate with us!…read more →
Our hallmark program is a renowned three-week summer Festival, screening in four Bay Area venues, featuring the highest quality Jewish films from around the world. As the first of more than 100 Jewish film festivals worldwide—and still the largest, with some 30,000 attendees—SFJFF is an influential showcase bringing together filmmakers and audiences to celebrate Jewish cinema and explore its new…read more →
In 1987, the first AIDS Walk San Francisco was an extraordinary and much-needed success that also helped shatter the silence. At a time when the nation was inattentive to the looming crisis, these courageous walkers brought their message visibly to the streets: We are here to fight AIDS! Over the years, more and more members of the Bay Area community…read more →
Blending art and soul in one of the country’s most unique neighborhoods, the Fillmore Jazz Festival is the largest free Jazz festival on the West Coast, drawing over 90,000 visitors over the Independence Day weekend. From sunup to sundown, visitors can groove to the sounds of live music from multiple stages, browse the offerings of over 8 blocks of fine…read more →
PIER 39 celebrates Independence Day with fun and excitement for the whole family. Dance the day away with live entertainment in the PIER 39 Entrance Plaza. When the sun goes down, visitors will be treated to The City of San Francisco’s spectacular fireworks display over the Bay! Click here for more information!
San Francisco Pride has been said to be “one of the last remaining pride events that can truly be called a rite of passage.” 2011 marks the 41st anniversary of the San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade. The San Francisco Pride Celebration is packed with a wide variety of exhibitors, artists, music of all kinds, performers, dance stages and venues,…read more →
In its 58th year, The North Beach Festival is considered one of the country’s original outdoor Festivals. This year our company was chosen by the organization that presents the Festival, The North Beach Chamber of Commerce, to produce the event, and with our joint efforts, it is our goal to make it the best one yet. The event is situated…read more →