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The Castro Street Fair

A festival only the Castro could throw – with just a little extra kinky.
By - posted 10/2/2015 No Comment

A huge daytime costume party, the Castro Street Fair is once again filling the streets of the Castro with several stages of entertainment, unique costumes, art and food.

Bring a little of your inner freak to the festivities and experience a full day of live music, strange performances, DJs, an urban cowboy and cowgirl country western dance stages and the Milky Way, a magical place, filled with worlds of wonder and art.

42nd Annual Castro Street Fair
Sunday, October 4, 2015 | 11 am to 6 pm
Castro and Market Streets, SF

2015 Schedule

Main Stage
Market at Castro Streets

  • 11:30 am San Francisco Lesbian Gay Freedom Band
  • Noon Cheer Sf
  • 12:45 pm Muñecas
  • 2 pm The Whoa Nellies!
  • 3:15 pm The Ethel Merman Experience
  • 4:30 pm Super Square

Dance Alley
Parking Lot At 18th And Collingwood, Behind Magnet

  • Noon Justime
  • 1:30 pm Dj Mystic Ray
  • 2:30 pm Lady Kraft
  • 3:30 pm Ambrosia Salad
  • 4:30 pm Nark

18th Street Stage – The Cookie Dough Stage
18th Street @ Collingwood

  • 11 pm DJ Mc2 (also Between Sets)
  • 1 pm Worthless
  • 2 pm Monster Show
  • 2:30 pm D’arcy Drollinger & Sexitude
  • 3 pm Avenue Q
  • 3:30 pm Baloney
  • 4:00 pm Monster Show
  • 4:30 pm Ejector

Sundance Way
18th Street Between Hartford And Noe
The ever-popular Country and Western dance floor, in a new location for 2015, is brought to you by Sundance Saloon. Here you’ll find an unbelievably friendly and welcoming crowd, whether you’re an experienced dancer or still tripping over your feet. If you don’t know how to dance, they’ll teach you — or just come on down to enjoy the spirited fun.

Kink Karnival Alley
Parking Lot behind Castro Theatre
New to the Castro Street Fair in 2015, Kink Karnival Alley is a fun adult-oriented area, presented alongside our partners at Kink.com. Throughout the day, you will find stimulating midway-style games and amusing contests, alongside some of San Francisco’s bawdiest vendors. With bumpin’ beats, go-go dancers, and ribald personalities, Karnival Alley is a party zone for the grown-up crowd.