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Volunteer for Free Tickets to ClusterfestVolunteer for Free Tickets to Clusterfest
By - posted 5/30/2017
Get Out: Events

Colossal Clusterfest Don’t have $99 for single day tickets but still want to be a part of Colossal Clusterfest at Civic Center on June 2-4, 2017? The festival is seeking volunteers to work 6 hour shifts in exchange for a 1-day ticket to the festival. The basics is that if you volunteer more...

Mountaintop Mountaintop “Planetary Dance” Sunrise Ceremony
By - posted 5/29/2017
Celebrations

Photo | Planetary Dance Greet the day atop Mt. Tamalpais in a sunrise mountaintop ceremony that is also a celebration of legendary dancer and activist Anna Halprin. On Sunday, June 4, 2017, arrive at 5:20 am at the peak parking lot, which is 45 minutes from the Stinson Beach exit off of Hwy more...

2017 Union Street Music Festival2017 Union Street Music Festival
By - posted 5/29/2017
Celebrations

| FunCheapSF.com To keep the festival fresh and exciting they have decided to put a much bigger emphasis on Music for the 2017 Festival. This year’s event will be known as The Union Street Music Festival. The event will have live bands performing in small entertainment areas throughout the site featuring more...

22nd Annual Sh*t-Kickin' Memorial Day Bash22nd Annual Sh*t-Kickin’ Memorial Day Bash
By - posted 5/28/2017
Celebrations, Eat & Drink

Photo | Violet B. via Foursquare Always one to go for the foul mouth, El Rio marks this holiday with their 22nd Annual Sh*t Kickin’ Memorial Day bash. This party is finally old enough to drink and hooooo-eeeee do they plan on getting it good and toasty with a classic mix of more...

2017 Presidio Memorial Day2017 Presidio Memorial Day
By - posted 5/28/2017
Celebrations

Daniel Parks via Flickr Join veterans, families, and the community for the annual Memorial Day commemoration at the Presidio. The formal program includes music and remarks by military and civilian dignitaries. 2017 Memorial Day Commemoration & Parade Monday, May 29, 2017 | 10:30 am to 2 pm Presidio Main Post and National Cemetery, San Francisco FREE Schedule of Events: ​Grand more...

2017 Memorial Day: SF City Guides2017 Memorial Day: SF City Guides
By - posted 5/28/2017
City Insight

Photo | via CCA ISAP If you have the day off on Memorial Day, why not spend part of your day learning something new about the city you love. San Francisco City Guides will be offering thirteen free guided walking tours on Memorial Day Monday. All tours are free and open to the public, but more...

How to Hack How to Hack “Bottlerock”
By - posted 5/27/2017
Worth the Splurge

Bottlerock Bottlerock is hopelessly sold out… but if you’re lucky enough to have bought a pass, you’re in luck even if you didn’t get a VIP pass. Funcheap went to Bottlerock on Friday and we found some ways to “hack” your own VIP(ish) experience even if all you have is General more...

Free Play Sundays: Arcade Games & PinballFree Play Sundays: Arcade Games & Pinball
By - posted 5/27/2017
Fun & Games

Luke Beard Coin-Op is an awesome 10,000 square foot space in SoMa that was transformed from a steel foundry into a two-story bar and game room with 40+ pinball and video games, a secret speakeasy (hidden behind a “busted” video game). On the last Sunday of every month all pinball machines arcade games more...

Free Sailboat Ride DayFree Sailboat Ride Day
By - posted 5/27/2017
Outdoorsy

Photo | Cal Sailing Come out and enjoy almost-monthly free sail boat rides aboard a fleet of keelboats and dinghies with Cal Sailing Club, a non-profit, volunteer-run sailing club on the Berkeley Marina. Please try to arrive early as possible – depending on the conditions and the amount of people, the sign-up/rides may end before 4 more...

2017 SF Carnaval Grand Parade2017 SF Carnaval Grand Parade
By - posted 5/26/2017
Celebrations

Photo | David Yu On May 28th, 2017 at 9:30 am the 2017 San Francisco Carnaval Grand Parade kicks–off at the corner of 24th and Bryant Streets. The theme, El Corazón de San Pancho/The Heart of San Francisco refers to the very essence of what it means to identify with the enriching more...

Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream Class & TastingHumphry Slocombe Ice Cream Class & Tasting
By - posted 5/26/2017
Eat & Drink

Stop by the CUESA Classroom for a cooking demo featuring the seasonal bounty of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Join Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream co-founder Jake Godby and his team, as they demo how they develop their unique flavors from the bounty of the market. They’ll review the three main ways more...

SF's Thai Food, Art & Music FestivalSF’s Thai Food, Art & Music Festival
By - posted 5/25/2017
Fairs & Festivals

Photo | Via Changbeer.com After a hugely successful turnout in London and Los Angeles last year, Chang Sensory Trails makes the second stop on its global tour, returning to America for a second year running. This event is coming to San Francisco on the 27th of May, and aims to ‘deliver the more...

Memorial Day GuideMemorial Day Guide
By - posted 5/24/2017
Celebrations

Hike to The SlidesHike to The Slides
By - posted 5/24/2017
Outdoorsy

Photo | Via AdventuresInCommon.com Let your inner child run wild for the day as you ride the famous slides of the city. They will start the day at the Esmeralda Slide Park in Bernal Heights, make your way up to the Golden Gate Park slides at the Koret Children’s Quarter Playground, then head more...

Alamo Square Reopens (Finally)Alamo Square Reopens (Finally)
By - posted 5/24/2017
Celebrations

SF Rec and Park Historic Alamo Square Reopens After $5.3 Million Renovation 21st century irrigation upgrades will save 2.5 million gallons of water annually The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department reopened historic Alamo Square on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 after its recent $5.3 million Renovation. The celebration kicked off with a ribbon more...