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Persian New Year Fire Jumping FestivalPersian New Year Fire Jumping Festival
By - posted 3/18/2019
Fairs & Festivals

Jump over a bonfire for “Chaharshanbeh Souri: Festival of Fire” to shake off the darkness of winter and welcome the brightness of spring, a Persian ritual passed down since ancient Zoroastrian times. In Iran (and parts of Afghanistan and India), it is customary for people to create bonfires in front of more...

A Super Rare Free SFMOMA DayA Super Rare Free SFMOMA Day
By - posted 3/17/2019
Fairs & Festivals

Treat yourself and your loved ones to a free and fun-filled day at SFMOMA. As part of Culture for Community, more than a dozen Yerba Buena cultural organizations will offer free admission on March 21. Unlike “Family Days” where you’re required to attend with someone 18 and under this “Culture for Community” more...

Free Dairy Queen Ice Cream Cone DayFree Dairy Queen Ice Cream Cone Day
By - posted 3/17/2019
Celebrations, Eat & Drink

Dairy Queen is celebrating their 79th anniversary on the first day of spring by hooking up everyone with a free small vanilla soft-serve cone with the signature curl on top. There’s not a DQ in San Francisco proper, but there’s plenty a short drive away. But take note that this deal more...

St. Patrick's Day Parades, Block Parties & CelebrationsSt. Patrick’s Day Parades, Block Parties & Celebrations
By - posted 3/17/2019
Celebrations

Whether you’re after traditional Irish block parties, big festivals in SF (and Dublin), parades, bagpipe concerts or St. Paddy’s pub crawls, Funcheap has you covered with a full list of things to do to get your green on.

San Francisco's St. Patrick's Day ParadeSan Francisco’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade
By - posted 3/16/2019
Fairs & Festivals

The West Coast’s largest Irish event celebrating Irish history and culture. The Parade will start at the corner of Market and Second Streets where over a hundred colorful floats, Irish dance troupes and marching bands will wind their way to Civic Center Plaza. 168th San Francisco St. Patrick’s Day Parade Saturday, March 16, 2019 more...

SF's Epic Wedding Dress Pub CrawlSF’s Epic Wedding Dress Pub Crawl
By - posted 3/15/2019
Only in San Francisco

Don a wedding dress and join the Brides for this annual San Francisco tradition at the 21st annual Brides of March.  Join in to parade through the heart of San Francisco, strolling through Union Square, shopping at fancy stores and drinking in local bars with your fellow brides. All you need for this event is more...

Palace of Fine Arts Pop-Up Comedy WeekendPalace of Fine Arts Pop-Up Comedy Weekend
By - posted 3/15/2019
Get Out: Events

Come to SF’s first annual St. Patrick’s Day Comedy Weekend at a special pop-up comedy show at one of the most amazing venues in the Bay Area – an intimate theater inside the Palace of Fine Arts – originally built in 1915. HellaFunny and Funcheap have a lineup of Irish comics more...

"Crazy Funny Asians" Free Sunday Night Comedy Show“Crazy Funny Asians” Free Sunday Night Comedy Show
By - posted 3/14/2019
Get Out: Events

Inspired by the blockbuster movie, see some of the Bay Area’s top comedians at San Francisco’s Crazy Funny Asians comedy showcase, presented by Funcheap and HellaFunny. Let’s celebrate the Bay’s Asian-American culture and heritage with laughs. Free tickets for the first 100 people to RSVP “Crazy Funny Asians” Comedy Showcase Every Sunday at 7pm Neck more...

Free Uber/Lyft Home on St. Patty's DayFree Uber/Lyft Home on St. Patty’s Day
By - posted 3/14/2019
Holidays

To help keep everyone safe on the way home, St. Paddy’s Day revelers in the Bay Area, as well as the Tri-Valley area (Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon, and Danville), and Sacramento can get their cab rides home paid for all night and into the morning (until 10 am). Law firm GJEL more...

Color Fight! The 'Holi' Festival is Coming to the BayColor Fight! The ‘Holi’ Festival is Coming to the Bay
By - posted 3/13/2019
Celebrations

Holi is a Hindu spring festival known as the “festival of colors” or the “festival of love.” The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, the end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair broken relationships. While more...

Check Out SF's Brand New Neon MuralCheck Out SF’s Brand New Neon Mural
By - posted 3/12/2019
Artsy Fartsy

The neon art installation marks several firsts: artist Joseph Kosuth’s first permanent public artwork on a landmark building in the USA and the San Francisco’s first major project funded by the City’s Public Art Trust On March 13, 2019 at 6p.m., the San Francisco Arts Commission hosted a lighting and dedication ceremony to commemorate more...

Sunday Streets is Back for 2019Sunday Streets is Back for 2019
By - posted 3/9/2019
Fairs & Festivals

Sunday Streets (March – October 2019) is San Francisco’s official block party – a sorta-monthly roving neighborhood celebration and five-hour street party where the streets are closed to vehicles, so pedestrians, roller skaters, bicyclists, and yogis take over the streets for an afternoon. “Sunday Streets 2019” Street Festival & Block Party Sundays, March 10- more...

The Great San Francisco Corn Dog FestivalThe Great San Francisco Corn Dog Festival
By - posted 3/8/2019
Fairs & Festivals

At one of the biggest “Corn Dog Day” festivals in the country, Funcheap brings you SF’s best food trucks and pop-up vendors featuring a menu chock full of creative corn dogs plus a Corn Dog Eating Contest and tons of beer. 2019 marks the 27th National Corn Dog Day, so it makes it even crunchier. Read the more...

International Women's DayInternational Women’s Day
By - posted 3/8/2019
Have Your Voice Heard

Off the Grid Fort Mason is Back for 2019Off the Grid Fort Mason is Back for 2019
By - posted 3/7/2019
Eat & Drink

More than 30 food vendors, with a full bar and bands and DJs? Now that’s a party; it’s also California’s largest weekly street food market. Discover everything from Beijing-style crisp-fried crepes (Jianbing) and Filipino desserts, to handmade pasta, Neapolitan pizza, and Haitian pork griot – along with sheltered lounge spaces and communal firepits. Off the more...