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SF’s New Filipino Night Market is Back

An epic November celebration inspired by the vibrant night markets of Asia
By - posted 11/16/2017

Inspired by the vibrant night markets of Asia, Undiscovered SF is a free monthly Music+Art+Food Festival and curated collection of emerging artists and merchants that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the SOMA Pilipinas district located in the heart of San Francisco’s innovative South Of Market neighborhood.

The November 2017 Theme is “Dance!” – with tons of great performers and street dancers. See the full list of performers and food vendors.

There’s also an outdoor stage on Mint Street – plus free general admission to the Mint after 8pm (even if you don’t have tickets)

This fest is 94,000+ square ft. indoors and outdoors with 25 rooms of music, food, art, dance and cool stuff.

Undiscovered SF Night Market
Every Third Friday (except December)
– Friday, November 17, 2017 | 6 pm to Midnight
Special Holiday Market Pop-up – Saturday, December 16, 2017 | More details to come
The San Francisco Mint, 88 5th St, SF & Mint Plaza
FREE – RSVP Required for early entry (limited capacity)

  • Outdoor Food Festival – Food vendors fill Mint Plaza and Mint Street from 6 to 10 pm – This is free and open to the public. $5 donations are appreciated. Plus there’s a brand new outdoor performance stage
  • Indoors Mint Festival (Music, Art, Performance) – 6 pm to Midnight – Ticket required before 8pm. No ins-and-outs. Dessert and savory snacks for purchase inside
    • Admission to the SF Mint is free after 8pm (subject to capacity)
    • Free timed tickets are available for guaranteed entry from 6-7pm or 7-8pm – RSVP
    • We recommend you get your food first before heading inside as there’s no ins-and-outs.
    • SOMA Community: They’ve reserved 10% of tickets for entry to the SF Mint for community members who may have difficulty accessing tickets online.  These tickets are available on a first come, first served basis at the Bayanihan Center, Galing Bata, SOMCAN, United Playaz, and West Bay Pilipino Multi-services. 

DANCE SHOWCASE FEATURING:
Funk Rock
Dem Bague Boyz
Syndicate & Syndikidz
Press Play
The Muthafunkers
The Company
No Mirror Movement
Groovealicious
Rodrael

FEATURED DJ’s:
DJ Apollo
Dennis Infante

HOSTED BY:
Fran Boogie

IN MINT PLAZA:
Druskee
DJ KenFused & DJ ProteJay
Evelyn Obamos (Live Acoustic)

OUTDOOR FOOD FESTIVAL:
5 A’s
Binka Bites
Booboos kitchen
The Coffee Adventure
Hula Truck
Izzy’s Cheesesteaks
Jeepney Guy
The Lumpia Company
Mohinga House
PI Wings
Pinoy Heritage
Sataysfied
Senor Sisig

INSIDE FOOD & DESSERT:
FK Frozen Custard Bars
Sugar and Spun – by FK
Trademark
Jeepney Guy

Food Vendors / Mint Street and Mint Plaza (6pm to 10pm)
Find good eats outside on the plaza and on Mint Street and taste the emerging 3rd wave of the Bay Area’s Filipino food movement. Food service will end at 10 pm. Please note that some vendors of dessert and savory snacks are indoors. See the full November 2017 food vendor list including 5A’s Filipino BBQ, Binka Bites, slow roasted pork belly from Jeepney Guy, The Lumpia Company and tons more.

Music & Dance
Rooted in hip-hop, indie rock, electronic dance, jazz, island, and indigenous sounds, the Undiscovered SF Main Stage will feature sounds gaining traction in contemporary Filipino music scenes around the world. Expect talented MCs, DJs, singers, musicians, poets, dancers, and performance artists from the SOMA community and beyond to showcase the versatility of contemporary culture that has mass appeal and is a product of our unique cultural fusion.

See the full November 2017 performer lineup including  All-male hip hop dancers Project M, The Company, award-winning dance companies  Syndicate and Syndikidz, street dancers The Muthafunkers, and tons more.

Vendors Showcasing the Bay Area’s Creative Culture
Fashion, Art, Coffee, and Everything In Between. See the full November 2017 vendor lineup.


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