Founded in 1977, the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival is the longest-running, largest and most widely recognized LGBT film exhibition event in the world. As a community event with an annual attendance of 60,000, the Festival is the most prominent and well-attended LGBT arts program in the Bay Area. Frameline also presents year-round exhibitions, including Frameline at The Center,…read more →
The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair is a non-profit organization dedicated to celebrating the cultural history and diversity of one of San Francisco’s most internationally celebrated neighborhoods – The Haight-Ashbury District. For the last 33 years, HASF has produced the annual street fair that features arts and crafts, food booths, three musical stages, a Family Area (Children’s Alley) and more. Click here…read more →
The Festival is held on San Francisco’s fashionable Union Street where historic Victorians have been transformed into popular boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. Over 100 staff members are on-site to assist exhibitors and the public. Parking is available three blocks from the event site. Click here for more information!
San Francisco’s Carnaval blossomed from its inception in Precita Park in the Mission District 33 years ago. Its growth and development is attributable to the passion of its founding members who longed for the traditional Carnaval celebrations of their native homelands. Click here for more information!
The Golden Gate Festival is the center point of the Bridge’s year-long 75th anniversary program. With the theme of “Bridging Us All,” the free community event seeks to honor this amazing landmark in a way that reflects the ingenuity, inclusiveness and creativity of the entire San Francisco Bay Area. The festival will offer thousands of people the opportunity to reflect…read more →
The 100-year old Bay to Breakers 12k is one of the world’s largest and oldest footraces, held annually in San Francisco, California. The name reflects the traditional course which takes tens of thousands of participants from the northeast end of the downtown area near The Embarcadero (the “bay” side of the city) to the west end of the city and…read more →
Enjoy live music, wine seminars and chef demonstrations at this
free event. Tickets must be purchased to participate in wine tasting.
Tickets cost $50; proceeds benefit Save The Bay.
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Bringing the color and excitement that are the traditions of Mexico, this Cinco de Mayo celebration features a parade and festival with five stages of entertainment, Latino delicacies, a car show, a free children’s area and an indoor mariachi and ballet folklorico performance. Click here for more information!
SFIAF’s mission is to promote the arts and San Francisco through production of an annual, multi-disciplinary festival that brings together the world community of artists and audiences. The festival works with multiple artists and arts organizations to commission and present innovative, collaborative performances and projects that push the boundaries of artistic excellence and genre that are focused on increasing human…read more →
The San Francisco International Beer Festival has a crew of people working to bring you hundreds of lip-smackin’ good brews from the Bay Area, Northern California and beyond as well as delicious nibbles from right here in our back yard. Click here for more information!