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41st Annual “St. Stupid’s Day” Parade

Yes, this is real… a wacky April Fools Day procession through the Financial District
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The Annual St. Stupid’s Day Parade is a celebration of stupidity.

On April 1, it’s time for yet another parade in honor of Saint Stupid, patron saint of Civilizations and Parking Meters.

41st Annual St. Stupid’s Day Parade
Monday, April 1, 2019 | Noon
Embarcadero Plaza, 1 Market Street, San Francisco

This annual spring time event will celebrate the inherent and often unavoidable human trait of stupidity with a parade through the sidewalks of the SF Financial District with stops at the traditional Stations Of Stupid for the rituals of the Sock Exchange, the Leap of Faith, the Penny Toss and many others.

Appropriate costumery, noise makers and signage are encouraged. This annual free event is fun for the whole family, and happens rain or shine.

Brought to you by the First Church of the Last Laugh, world’s fastest growing ‘snack’ religion, one holy day a year and April First is it.