Friday Night Outdoor Roller Skate DJ Party: “Midnight Rollers” | SF
This weekly skate (as long as it’s not raining or during Burning Man) hits up San Francisco’s main attractions, all while blasting their own beats from two jogging strollers mounted with speakers.
So meet up with this active group of night owls for an unique, late-night adventure around the city complete with songs you can skate to – usually with lots of breaks built in for catching your breath and socializing. And for the adventurous, there’s often skating down the escalators down into BART.
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Friday Night Skate
Every Friday | Arrive at 8:45 pm. Roll out at 9 pm.
Meet in front of Ferry Building in SF
Skaters arrive at about 8:45 pm. They skate and dance in the plaza as the beat blasts from the stereo. At 9 pm, the GodFather, David Miles, sends the skaters off with a roar over the microphone.
Seriously… every Friday?
Yup; the Friday night skate is scheduled every Friday, but may be canceled if there’s rain, or during Burning Man. We recommend always checking cora.org before heading out to make sure the event is still taking place because you never know what can happen.
What’s the Route?
The Midnight Rollers Friday Night Skate is a 10 mile skate tour/party that starts in and ends at Ferry Plaza and goes along a route through the city that hits all the hot spots.
Roll through the waterfront, Pier 39, Fisherman’s Wharf, Aquatic Park, Ft. Mason, The Marina Green, the Palace of Fine Arts. Chestnut Street, Union Street, the Broadway Tunnel, the Stockton Tunnel, Union Square the Concrete Canyons, AT&T Stadium, and the Ferry Building.