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Summer Solstice: The Longest Days of the Year

How to get the most out of nearly 15 hours of sunshine on the longest day of the year
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Wednesday, June 17

Conservatory Lighting & Free Summer Solstice Concert | Golden Gate Park
Wednesday, June 17 – 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Space is limited at this event, and the public is encouraged to make a free reservation.
| San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers
Conservatory Lighting & Free Summer Solstice Concert | Golden Gate Park
Put some flowers in your hair and come celebrate the start of summer with an amazing night of music in Golden Gate Park at the iconic Conservatory of Flowers. The City will revel in another free concert in the Park and as the longest day of ...

Thursday, June 18

Summer Street Party Kickoff: Live Music & 100+ Hot Rods | Downtown Hayward
Thursday, June 18 – 5:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Downtown Hayward
Summer Street Party Kickoff: Live Music & 100+ Hot Rods | Downtown Hayward

The 2020 Downtown Hayward Street Party will be a hit with everyone on June 18, July 16, and August 20. Enjoy live bands, street entertainers, and kids’ rides. There will be lots of fun for the whole family.

Monday, December 21

Ursids: Winter Solstice Meteor Shower | The Last Shooting Stars of 2020
Monday, December 21 – 11:59 pm | Cost: FREE | All Over San Francisco
Ursids: Winter Solstice Meteor Shower | The Last Shooting Stars of 2020
The annual Ursid meteor shower always peaks near the time of the December winter solstice. The low-key Ursid meteor shower is active each year around December 17 to 26. It typically peaks around the December solstice, which, in 2020, comes on December 22, before dawn, depending ...
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