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SF Gets Brand New Night Market in 2023

Free “Bhangra and Beats” night market comes to SF taking over 3 city blocks of Downtown w/ DJs, street food, and 30+ unique local artisans.
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A brand new bi-monthly night market & block party is coming to Downtown San Francisco in the spring and summer of 2023

Enjoy 3 city blocks of Downtown full of music, dancing, delicious street food cuisine, cocktails and shopping from over 30 unique local artisans and retailers featuring Indian goods and San Francisco Bay Area-made jewelry, apparel, personal care, and art.

Mixing South Asian Bhangra music and other popular Bay Area music genres, Bhangra and Beats Night Market’s eclectic sound featuring local and international talent will get everyone moving in the streets.

“Bhangra and Beats” Night Market 2023
Fridays, May 12, July 14, Sept 8
Time: 5-10pm | All Ages, 21+ to drink
Battery and Clay, Downtown San Francisco
RSVP – FREE – Register in advance to unlock discounts from the bar and specials at participating small businesses in Downtown SF with a Bhangra & Beats Night Market button.

The festival takes over Battery St. btwn Sacramento and Washington, plus one block of Clay and Merchant Alley

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  • Friday, May 12, 2023 – Asian Pacific Heritage Month – Mash-up of Bhangra and Hip Hop w/ DJ Umami, Non-Stop Bhangra and more
  • Friday, July 14, 2023
  • Friday, September 8, 2023

Move to the beats of the Bay, taste delicious street food cuisines, sip cocktails, shop from unique local artisans, and celebrate San Francisco’s cultural renaissance – all while gazing at the moon rising above the stunning Downtown San Francisco skyline at Bhangra & Beats Night Market. Taking place over three Fridays in 2023 from 5pm-10pm, this FREE event will transform 3 City blocks into a vibrant marketplace for the delight of locals and visitors alike.

Presented by Into The Streets and Non Stop Bhangra, Bhangra and Beats Night Market is a fiscally sponsored project of the nonprofit Livable City presented in partnership with the City and County of San Francisco.