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Castro Street Fair

One of SF’s most unique and fun neighborhood festivals | Sunday, Oct. 7
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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, and live DJs.

45th Annual Castro Street Fair
Sunday, October 7, 2018 | All Day
Castro and Market Streets, SF

The fair is located in the heart of San Francisco’s Castro District, on 18th street between Castro and Collingwood and the surrounding area. The Castro Street Fair is a community street celebration that was founded by Harvey Milk in 1974.

Hundreds of local artists, vendors, craftspeople, and organizations line the streets and celebrate the diversity of the neighborhood. Stages with live entertainment and dance stages can be found throughout the fairgrounds.

2018 Stages & Entertainment

Main Stage

Castro Street, between 18th and 19th Streets
Featuring: Big Dipper, Spice Queers, Cheer San Francisco, San Francisco Lesbian / Gay Freedom Band, SF LA Queer Nightlife, The Monster Show, New Conservatory Theatre Center Presents Avenue Q, Siobhan Aluvalot, Fou Fou Ha!, Ms. Jackson, and hosted by Carnie Asada and Miss J.
Main Stage details and schedule

Dance Alley

18th Street, between Castro and Collingwood
Featuring: Trevor Sigler, Siobhan Aluvalot, Robin Malone Simmons & Elaine Denham.
Dance Alley details and schedule

Sundance Saloon

18th Street between Hartford and Noe
Country and Western Dancing
Sundance Saloon details

Dolores Flow

In 2018, the Fair is proud to feature roaming performances from the local collective Dolores Flow. Keep an eye out for their flagging, hooping, and smiles at locations throughout the Fair!
Featuring: Action V. Jackson, Liam Ocean, Cindy Sparks, Sasha Vu, Magical Morgaine, and Aaron Zammaron

2018 Festival Map