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HellaRnB Dance Party (Beyoncé, Rihanna, TLC, Prince & More)HellaRnB Dance Party (Beyoncé, Rihanna, TLC, Prince & More)
By - posted 1/10/2019
Get Out: Events

Come to an amazing downtown art bar, Bar Fluxus to enjoy some classic RnB tunes with DJ BeatsMe. Hear some classic throwbacks from Ginuwine, R Kelly, TLC, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Prince, Usher, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, Frank Ocean, Brandy, Missy and Aaliyah and more. HellaRnB Night (Beyoncé, Rihanna, TLC, Prince & More) Friday, January more...

The San Francisco Winter Cocktail PartyThe San Francisco Winter Cocktail Party
By - posted 1/9/2019
Eat & Drink

You’re invited to San Francisco’s first Winter Cocktail Party of 2019… a special celebration of classic (but not so well known) cocktails like the White Negroni, Caipirinha and, our favorite, the New York Sour. Make it your New Year’s Resolution to find a new cocktail to fall in love with. And it all more...

Every Bay Area Restaurant Week in 2019Every Bay Area Restaurant Week in 2019
By - posted 1/8/2019
Worth the Splurge

Restaurant week continues to grow… In fact, it’s now “California Restaurant Month” with cities all over the state trying to get people out and dining during a traditionally slow month of January. Here’s all of the Bay Area’s restaurant weeks for 2019; most are in January and a few are spread out more...

The Best of SF Sketchfest 2019The Best of SF Sketchfest 2019
By - posted 1/8/2019
Fairs & Festivals

SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Festival, is a yearly celebration of sketch, improv, stand-up, musical and alternative comedy, bringing the best in headlining and up and coming comedy to the Bay Area every January. 18th Annual SF Sketchfest January 10-27, 2019 See the full 2019 SF Sketchfest schedule and list of performers. The 2019 lineup includes more...

2-for-1 Winter Alcatraz Cruises2-for-1 Winter Alcatraz Cruises
By - posted 1/6/2019

Alcatraz Cruises is running their winter “Buy One, Get One Free” ticket promotion to encourage Bay Area residents to experience the assets that make Alcatraz Island one of the country’s most popular attractions. 2019 Government Shutdown Update – Day tours to Alcatraz are unaffected by the government shut down and will more...

Free Day at San Francisco Botanical GardenFree Day at San Francisco Botanical Garden
By - posted 1/6/2019
City Discoveries

The San Francisco Botanical Garden is one of the most diverse gardens in the world. A unique urban oasis, the garden is a living museum within Golden Gate Park, offering 55 acres of both landscaped gardens and open spaces, and showcasing over 8,000 different kinds of plants from around the more...

Napa Lighted Art Festival 2019Napa Lighted Art Festival 2019
By - posted 1/6/2019
Artsy Fartsy

Napa does Art After Dark. Iconic architecture becomes the painting in this unique lighted art walk. Original artwork created by local and international artists will be installed at approximately 16 locations in Downtown Napa, the Oxbow District and other places within the City of Napa. Napa Lighted Art Festival January 12-20, 2019 – more...

Free Concert Night + Fireworks: OneRepublic & Ellie GouldingFree Concert Night + Fireworks: OneRepublic & Ellie Goulding
By - posted 1/5/2019
Fairs & Festivals

The College Football Playoff Championship is coming to San Jose and the whole Bay Area can celebrate. Part of the celebration includes the AT&T Playoff Playlist Live, their signature concert series taking place January 4-6, 2019. The AT&T Playoff Playlist Live concert series will bring three days of music, sponsor giveaways, ESPN broadcasts more...

Bank of America's Free Museum WeekendBank of America’s Free Museum Weekend
By - posted 1/4/2019

Holders of Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit cards and debit cards get free admission to seven Bay Area museums and two Sacramento museums for the first full weekend each month. This includes the de Young, Legion of Honor and Oakland Museum of California. Bank of America Free Museum Weekend First weekend more...

Oakland's Huge Monthly Street Fest is Back for 2019Oakland’s Huge Monthly Street Fest is Back for 2019
By - posted 1/2/2019
Fairs & Festivals

Oakland First Fridays is an immersive art and community experience on the first Friday of each month from 5-9p. for five huge blocks on Telegraph Avenue from West Grand to 27th Street. Oakland’s KONO district (Koreatown/Northgate) springs to life with for this event, with galleries, artist collectives, street artists, local culinary more...

Steph Curry's Huge Free Party at Fox TheaterSteph Curry’s Huge Free Party at Fox Theater
By - posted 1/2/2019

Warriors star Stephen Curry is throwing a huge free party at Oakland’s Fox Theater on Friday, January 4th with E-40, Mistah F.A.B., Saweetie and P-Lo. to celebrate 10 years in Oakland (and the Warriors’ last year at Oracle) and you’re all invited. The show also celebrates the launch of the Curry more...

Free Monthly Museum DaysFree Monthly Museum Days
By - posted 1/1/2019
Get Out: Events

Whether the economy is strong or sour, most of the museums in San Francisco and the Bay Area throw their doors open once a month to allow free admission to all comers. Generally on the first Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday of each month, these free days are often crowded, but if more...

2019 Candlelit Labyrinth Night2019 Candlelit Labyrinth Night
By - posted 1/1/2019
Get Out: Events

Originally scheduled for Black Friday 2018 but postponed due to rain – this amazing event has been rescheduled for New Year’s Day 2019. A local group of artists who call themselves the Museum of Joy will be celebrating the 6th Annual Festival of Light & Gratitude by building a temporary candlelit labyrinth on more...

New Year's Day 2019: Things to DoNew Year’s Day 2019: Things to Do
By - posted 1/1/2019
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Free Parking on New Year's DayFree Parking on New Year’s Day
By - posted 1/1/2019
City Insight

Celebrate the kick off of 2019 with a day of free parking throughout the city of San Francisco. Although parking hazardously is always ticketable and towable – as is parking in a red or blue zone – much of the rest of the city is yours for the parking. Here’s the Basics: New more...