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Saturday, September 21

Free Opera at the Ballpark 2019 | Oracle Park
Saturday, September 21 – 7:30 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free tickets, but advanced registration is required
| Oracle Park (Formerly AT&T Park)
Free Opera at the Ballpark 2019 | Oracle Park
Duels, daggers and undying love. It’s all happening on the big screen at this year’s Opera at the Ballpark. San Francisco Opera and San Francisco Giants invite you to join for an evening of Opera at the Ballpark this September. There, you’ll witness the most devastating love ...

Friday, September 27

Oracle Park’s Free Summer Concert: Yacht Rock “Mustache Harbor” | SF
Friday, September 27 – 5:01 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Takes place at Seals Plaza located behind Center Field. No game ticket required.
| Oracle Park (Formerly AT&T Park)
Oracle Park's Free Summer Concert: Yacht Rock "Mustache Harbor" | SF

The Giants are proud to present the first ever Levi’s Concert Series. Enjoy a free pre-game concert before each Friday night home game. The concerts will feature local bands and artists, such as Barry Zito, Tim Flannery and more. Plus there will have Anchor Brewery ...

Thursday, October 24

SF Hispanic Heritage Festival: Free Mask Making w/ The Mexican Museum | Mission Bay
Thursday, October 24 – 3:30 pm | Cost: FREE | Mission Bay Branch Library
SF Hispanic Heritage Festival: Free Mask Making w/ The Mexican Museum | Mission Bay
On October 24, 2019 at 3:30 pm, learn about the significance and social purpose of masks from different regions of Mexico and construct your own 2D/3D masks with The Mexican Museum. For ages 5 and older.

Saturday, November 2

2019 Bay Area Science Festival at Oracle Park | SF
Saturday, November 2 – All Day | Cost: FREE*
*Donations are appreciated.
| Oracle Park (Formerly AT&T Park)
2019 Bay Area Science Festival at Oracle Park | SF
Oracle Park (formerly AT&T Park) will be transformed into a science wonderland for the 9th annual concluding event of the Bay Area Science Festival for a free science extravaganza. Last year, more than 30,000 people enjoyed a non-stop program chock-full of interactive exhibits, experiments, games, and shows, all meant ...