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Aggretsuko's "Den of Rage" Comes to SFAggretsuko’s “Den of Rage” Comes to SF
By - posted 7/20/2018
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Sanrio, the creator of super cute Hello Kitty, brings you a very different experience with newest character Aggretsuko and her Den Of Rage Following a successful run in Los Angeles, Aggretsuko’s Den of Rage is coming to San Francisco on Friday, July 20th. The immersive retail pop-up shop experience will take more...

Free Lake Merritt Boat Rental DayFree Lake Merritt Boat Rental Day
By - posted 7/20/2018
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The Lake Merritt Boating Center invites you to Splash Into Summer with free boat rentals and an open house from 1-3 pm on Saturday, July 21, 2018. If past years are any indication, you can get ½ hour of free time floating around picturesque Lake Merritt. You can find free parking on Grand Ave., otherwise there more...

Adidas Giant Summer Warehouse SaleAdidas Giant Summer Warehouse Sale
By - posted 7/19/2018
Deals

Adidas is taking over part of the Cow Palace, July 19-22, 2018, for a “Giant Warehouse Clearance Event” and sale. Every clearance event is different, but you should expect up to 75% savings on over 20,000 square feet of footwear, apparel and accessories.  What Can I Find at the Sale? There are usually about 25,000 more...

SF's Graffiti Arts FestivalSF’s Graffiti Arts Festival
By - posted 7/15/2018
Artsy Fartsy

Each year, the Urban Youth Arts Festival sets up about a huge community painting wall in Precita Park for artists of all ages to express themselves, along with music and fun – typically with over 500 feet of wall space. There’s also sometimes free food thanks to the YMCA and Wing Wings. 22nd more...

Fenton's $1.24 Sundae DayFenton’s $1.24 Sundae Day
By - posted 7/15/2018
Deals

Ready to fall into an ice cream coma? Get ready to climb the chocolate and vanilla mountains of Fenton’s famous black and tan ice cream. If not, you can always share your junior size with a friend. On Sunday, July 15, 2018, Fenton’s in Oakland and in Nut Tree will be more...

Renegade Craft Fair Summer MarketRenegade Craft Fair Summer Market
By - posted 7/15/2018
Artsy Fartsy

Renegade Craft Fair returns to San Francisco for the 11th year with good vibes, great food, and exceptional handmade at the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason. Expect hundreds of hand-selected vendors. 2018 Renegade Craft San Francisco July 14 -15 , 2018 | 11 am to 6 pm Fort Mason Festival Pavilion, SF FREE Renegade brings more...

Flower Piano: 12 Pianos Hidden in Golden Gate ParkFlower Piano: 12 Pianos Hidden in Golden Gate Park
By - posted 7/15/2018
City Discoveries

Sunset Piano, in partnership with San Francisco Botanical Garden, will once again bring over a dozen grand pianos to the spectacular 55 acre Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park for the fourth incarnation of our interactive music festival, Flower Piano. Flower Piano is free to SF residents with ID, and only more...

Where to Watch the World Cup FinalWhere to Watch the World Cup Final
By - posted 7/14/2018
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Every four years, the soccer fanatics in San Francisco put everything on hold for a month to watch every possible game of the World Cup. Do like they do in the rest of the world and find someplace fun to watch the games live from Russia with a big group. more...

Oakland's 40th Street Block PartyOakland’s 40th Street Block Party
By - posted 7/14/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Get ready to rock outdoors to great live music including punk, jazz, blues plus special guests and DJs curated by Broken Guitars and 1-2-3-4 Go Records and indulge in delicious local food, beer and wine at the 3rd annual 40th Street Block Party in Temescal (40th Street between Webster and Opal). The Food Homeroom Mac’n’cheese, Kenny’s Heart more...

SF's Bastille Day Party GuideSF’s Bastille Day Party Guide
By - posted 7/14/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Although San Francisco may not be known specifically for its French culture (Italian, Irish and Chinese, maybe…), don’t tell that the francophiles that pack the streets of downtown for block parties each Bastille Day. And for 2018, the city sports several french-themed block/alley parties. Bastille Day is sort of like France’s equivalent more...

SF's Trump Toilet Art ShowSF’s Trump Toilet Art Show
By - posted 7/11/2018
Artsy Fartsy

Inspired by Elaine Badgley Arnoux, who saw a pile of toilets in her apartment’s basement and envisioned Trump sitting on top, 15 artists have each transformed toilets into anti-Trump statements. It’s called “FLUSH: A Protest Project” a free art show taking place at the historic Swedish American Hall open Friday and more...

Free Slurpee Day 2018Free Slurpee Day 2018
By - posted 7/11/2018
Freebies

Every year on July 11 (7-11… get it??), 7-Eleven celebrates its birthday with Free Slurpee Day by giving away free small Slurpees at 7-Elevens all over the country including about 400 stores right here in the Bay Area from 11 am to 7 pm. 7‑Eleven is celebrating its birthday – and the “dog days” more...

2018 San Francisco Frida Kahlo Festival2018 San Francisco Frida Kahlo Festival
By - posted 7/6/2018
Artsy Fartsy

Celebrate the 111th birthday of Frida Kahlo and her love affair with San Francisco during a week of Fiestas Fridas taking place at locations throughout the Mission District. Be sure to wear flowers in your hair. All of the events are free and kid friendly unless otherwise noted. 2018 Fiestas Fridas July 1 to August 4, more...

SF's Free Summer Market Street Concert SeriesSF’s Free Summer Market Street Concert Series
By - posted 7/4/2018
Fairs & Festivals

This free annual outdoor music festival puts on over 120 free lunchtime concerts featuring an array of different styles from July to October in over 15 different public plazas near Market Street stretched from the Embarcadero to Van Ness. “People in Plazas” 2018 Market Street Music Festival July 5 to October 3, 2018 | Most concerts more...

Getting Home from 4th of JulyGetting Home from 4th of July
By - posted 7/4/2018
City Insight

Getting To and From the Fireworks Caltrain | 2018 Extra Late Night Southbound Trains Caltrain will operate on a Sunday schedule on the Fourth of July and will provide extra capacity after the fireworks ceremony. Special post-fireworks trains will operate from San Francisco to San Jose making all weekend local stops. The last more...