Festival

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival – October 5-7

Yes, the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival will go on!

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Polk Street Blues Festival – September 22-23

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.

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Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival – September 8-9

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 that provides food and compassion to people living HIV/AIDS, homebound and critically ill people, as well as seniors in San Francisco.

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Jewish Film Festival – July 19 – August 6

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 frontiers.

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Fillmore Street Jazz Festival – July 7-8

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 art and crafts and enjoy gourmet food and beverages. Asian to Cajun, paintings to pottery, old favorites and new directions, the Fillmore Jazz Festival is not to be missed.

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North Beach Festival – June 16-17

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 in the historic North Beach District, known to locals and visitors alike as San Francisco’s Little Italy and the home of the famed beat generation. The Festival site includes numerous quaint streets in the heart of the district.

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International LGBT Film Festival – June 14-24

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, a free film series highlighting diverse, socially relevant works. Year-round programs also include members-only sneak previews and special events, as well as special screenings and events featuring directors, actors and other queer media icons.

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Union Street Festival – June 2-3

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.

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75th Anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge – May 27

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 on the beauty of the Bridge, learn about its history and be inspired through music, dance, entertainment, art and exhibits.

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Uncorked! San Francisco Wine Festival – May 19

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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