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The Final The Final “$5 Thursdays” at Asian Art Museum
By - posted 9/28/2016
Deals

Want to visit the Asian Art Museum without the weekend crowds and for less than half of the price? Try Thursday nights. The Asian Art Museum is open late on Thursday nights (5-9 pm) and tickets are just $5 (normally it’s $15) to see the amazing permanent collection with the Cafe open late, and more...

Come Out & Play FestivalCome Out & Play Festival
By - posted 9/28/2016
Fun & Games

The Come Out & Play Festival is back celebrating a sixth year of bringing play to the Bay with new and innovative real-world games happening all over San Francisco. 2016 Come Out & Play Festival September 24 – October 8, 2016 All over San Francisco FREE (festival games only, special events are paid) This year, Come Out more...

Hardly Strictly BluegrassHardly Strictly Bluegrass
By - posted 9/28/2016
Fairs & Festivals

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass via Facebook2016 brings San Francisco the 16th annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival, one of the largest, free-est and beloved music festivals in the country. Be one of over 750,000 attendees over the three-day musical extravaganza in beautiful Golden Gate Park. Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2016 Three days, seven stages, over 100 artists Friday-Sunday, Sept. 30, more...

Jet Blue Sale: $19 Flights from SFOJet Blue Sale: $19 Flights from SFO
By - posted 9/28/2016
Deals

Worcester1012 via WikipediaWe’ve never seen this kind of fare sale on a real airline (Frontier doesn’t count). On a very few select routes, you can fly as cheap as $19.10 one way from SFO to Long Beach or Las Vegas. The flight is actually $4.15 with $14.45 in taxes. Our good friends more...

Vote Funcheap Vote Funcheap “Best of the Bay”
By - posted 9/27/2016
City Insight

If you love the FuncheapSF website and all the free events we dig up, we’d love to ask you to take a few minutes and vote for FuncheapSF as “Best Overall Website” in the San Francisco Bay Guardian‘s annual “Best of the Bay” Readers Poll for 2016. Yes, the Guardian is back! more...

Trump vs. Clinton: The Game ShowTrump vs. Clinton: The Game Show
By - posted 9/24/2016
Fun & Games

Vote with your brain! It’s the ultimate opportunity to test your democratic right to game-show fun. Funcheap and its running mate, The Big Quiz Thing, come to DNA Lounge for an evening of political-themed multimedia team-quiz excitement. The 2016 Election Game Show Spectacular with Funcheap and The Big Quiz Thing Wednesday, September 28, 2016 | more...

SF's Biggest Debate Watching PartySF’s Biggest Debate Watching Party
By - posted 9/24/2016
Get Out : Events

Donkey Hotey via Flickr Trump and Clinton have blasted away at each other for months… and now they are scheduled to square off three times in prime-time debates leading up to the presidential election in November. Join us at SoMa StrEat Food Park for a debate watch party and enjoy the nail-biting more...

Korea Day FestivalKorea Day Festival
By - posted 9/24/2016
Fairs & Festivals

Photo | LPS via Wikipedia The Asian Art Museum‘s Korea Day festival is back for its eighth year with presentations by notable musicians, artists, performers and more – with gallery tours, artists’ demonstrations, art and craft activities, a K-Pop Lounge, and other experiences inspired by traditional and contemporary Korean culture. 2016 Korea Day Sunday, September more...

$1 Book Day$1 Book Day
By - posted 9/24/2016
Deals

Photo | Kevin Y. via YelpThe Big Book Sale celebrates its 52nd year of the Friends of the SF Library featuring over 500,000 books, DVDs, CDs, books on tape, vinyl, and other forms of media in 70 different categories, all for $1-3, at the Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion. The Big Book Sale is free and more...

Sunset Piano's Hilltop Block PartySunset Piano’s Hilltop Block Party
By - posted 9/22/2016
Only in San Francisco

Starr King Open Space Following the success of last year’s inaugural Sunset Piano celebration, their Sunset Piano Block Party is back this year and bigger than ever. Enjoy tasty food and craft beers from one of San Francisco’s most scenic viewpoints in Potrero Hill, while listening to live piano performances by amazing more...

Folsom Street FairFolsom Street Fair
By - posted 9/19/2016
Only in San Francisco

The 33rd Annual Folsom Street Fair, a true only in San Francisco original, covers over 13 city blocks filled with 400,000 people in their most outrageous leather, rubber, and fetish attire enjoying the world’s largest leather fair. 2016 Folsom Street Fair Sunday, September 25, 2016 | 11 am to 6 pm Folsom Street (8th more...

Free Drive-In Movie NightFree Drive-In Movie Night
By - posted 9/18/2016
Free Movie Screenings

listosaur.com The West Wind Drive-in movie theaters in Concord and San Jose host a Free Drive-in Movie Night twice a year including a festival with live music, games and $1 nachos. All movies are double features. Admission is free. Gates open at 6 pm. Films start at dusk. Arrive early. Free Drive-In Movie Night Thursday, September 22, 2016 Gates more...

Free Krispy Kreme Day 2016 | Talk Like A Pirate DayFree Krispy Kreme Day 2016 | Talk Like A Pirate Day
By - posted 9/18/2016
Freebies

Photo | spicysouthernkitchen.com Ahoy there mateys. For International Talk Like A Pirate Day on September 19, 2016, any buccaneer to enter a participating Krispy Kreme and talk like a pirate gets one free Original Glazed doughnut. Photo | chronicle.augusta.com Krispy Kreme Pirate Day Donut Giveaway September 19, 2016 > Find your local Krispy Kreme FREE Talk like more...

Free Cheeseburger SundayFree Cheeseburger Sunday
By - posted 9/18/2016
Freebies

The Melt via Facebook On National Cheeseburger Day (Sept. 18, 2016) The Melt is giving diners the chance to celebrate with free cheeseburgers. The first 100 people in line for dinner (starting at 5 p.m.) at select Melt locations, will receive a free original cheeseburger. This promo is valid at all Melt locations, except their Howard more...

San Francisco's San Francisco’s “Open Gardens” Day 2016
By - posted 9/18/2016
City Insight

SF Rec and Park On September 24, 2016, 16 community gardens will be open to the public for enjoyment, education and to celebrate these unique green spaces. Activities include workdays, BBQs, a plant sketching event, photography, and compost and tree pruning workshops. ere will also be a hub of activity at the Golden Gate Park CommUNITY more...