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Isle of Klezbos & Fanfare Zambaleta: Yerba Buena Gardens Festival | SF

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Saturday, July 7, 2018 - 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Yerba Buena Gardens (Esplanade) | 773 Mission St., San Francisco, CA

Yerba Buena Gardens Festival 2020 | SF

The 2020 season celebrates the Yerba Buena 20th Anniversary. Exciting performances are planned for the months May–October. May 2, 2020 will be the kick-off event. Stay tuned for the announcement in March.

Admission is free and entertainment includes music, theater, dance, cultural events, educational and children’s programs.

2020 Yerba Buena Gardens Festival
May – October 2020
Kick Off- May 2, 2020 | 1 pm – 2:30 pm
Yerba Buena Gardens, Mission between 3rd and 4th Streets, San Francisco

This double-barreled blast of Eastern European soul presents a program of cross-fertilized Jewish and Romani party music. Hailing from the hurly-burly streets of New York, the all-women klezmer sextet Isle of Klezbos has spent two decades touring the world, delivering a reverently irreverent array of mystical Hebrew melodies, Yiddish swing, late Soviet-era Jewish drinking songs, and re-grooved standards.

San Francisco’s Fanfare Zambaleta emerged after intensive study from Zambaleta Music and Dance School. Drawing on brass band traditions from Romani, Serbian, Macedonian and Greek culture, the group delivers an intoxicating blend of horns and percussion. Fanfare Zambaleta unleashes some of the region’s finest players with a combustible mix of ensemble arrangements and soaring improvisation.

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Event Details

Cost: FREE
Categories: *Top Pick*, Funcheap Presents, Outdoors, San Francisco, Top Annual Events
Address: 773 Mission St., San Francisco, CA

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