Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party 2022 (SF)
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Valencia between 18th and 21st | Valencia and 18th Street, San Francisco, CA
Free / RSVP
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party is back and taking over the Mission in a new location with live music, food trucks, local vendors, and more on October 15, 2022. The event is FREE with RSVP, but you can snag Headliner Experience passes if you want go baller.
This year’s community event offers a diverse array of musical tastes as well as local performers from the greater Bay Area including Oakland-based punk rock trio Destroy Boys, who will headline the 2022 festival. The rest of the 2022 lineup includes surf-pop rockers Hot Flash Heat Wave; six-piece electro-indie outfit The Seshen; singer/songwriter Marinero; Oakland-based rapper Ricky Lake; and many more.
This free, delicious summer feast and dance party will feature some of the City’s best restaurants, local businesses and artisans as well as a variety of indie bands.
20th Street Block Party
Saturday, October 15, 2022 | Noon to 6 pm
Valencia Street between 18th St and 21st St., San Francisco, CA
Free with RSVP | Buy VIP Headliner Experience
Doors open at 12:00 PM. Music ends at 6:00 PM. All Ages to dance, 21+ to drink.
VIP Headliner Experience passes, offering exclusive comfortable viewing areas, plus complimentary beverages and lite bites (while supplies last)
- Destroy Boys – Headliners
- Hot Flash Heat Wave
- The Seshen
- Ricky Lake
- Sour Widows
- The Umbrellas
Known as our “love letter to The Mission” this part-street food fair, part-music festival, and part-local shopping bazaar will once again showcase the diverse neighborhood that has been home to the Noise Pop office for over a decade.
With donations and proceeds benefiting nearby nonprofits 826 Valencia and La Cocina, this FREE, ALL-AGES party will take place in a new home between 18th and 21st Street along Valencia, in the very heart of the Mission District.
Food & Drink Lineup
Block Party-goers this fall can enjoy a smorgasbord of food offerings from across SF – all of which are curated by the Mission District-based La Cocina team that offers affordable commercial kitchen space and hands-on assistance to low-income and immigrant women entrepreneurs who are launching, growing, and formalizing food businesses across the Bay Area.
Notable new vendors this year include Humphry Slocombe, a popular brick-and-mortar dessert destination located nearby in the Mission District, in addition to a number of other Bay Area food vendors that will collectively offer a tasty menu as diverse as many thousands of attendees who will once again partake in the Block Party festivities this fall.
The full food vendor lineup is listed below and available online at 20thstreetblockparty.com:
Bini’s Kitchen (Nepalese Dumplings & Rice Plates)
Buko Bakes (Filipino-Inspired Cookies & Treats)
Clandestina Cocina (Cuban Rice Bowls & Cubano Sandwiches)
Estrellita’s Snacks (Salvadoran Tamales & Pupusas)
Humphry Slocombe (Ice Cream Scoops & Sundaes)
MexiQ (Smoked BBQ Sandwiches & Sides)
Mi Comedor (Mexican Burritos & Quesadillas)
Origen (Oaxacan Tlayudas & Empanadas)
Peaches Patties (Jamaican Patties & Jerk Chicken Wings)
The Chairman (Steamed & Baked Bao Buns)
In addition to all of the many eats and treats that will be offered to Block Party attendees, patrons 21+ can also expect a plethora of beverage offerings that include a number of canned cocktails and wine selections from NÜTRL Vodka Seltzer, JuneShine, BuzzBallz, and Just Enough Wines, in addition to beer from Kona Brewing Co. cider from Schilling Hard Cider, vodka from Hangar 1, plus Sailor Jerry’s Spiced Rum, Milagro tequila and Monkey Shoulder whiskey. We also now have a non-alcoholic beverage offering of Guayaki Yerba Mate.
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Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.