40th Annual “St. Stupid’s Day” Parade | SF
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Transamerica Pyramid | 600 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA
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The Annual St. Stupid’s Day Parade is a celebration of stupidity.
Wear something silly and join in on the fun for the ritual of The Leap of Faith. Plus be sure to bring along your solo socks for the Sock Exchange and bring your pennies for the Blessing of the Bankers Heart and more.
40th Annual St. Stupid’s Day Parade
Sunday, April 1, 2018 | Noon
Transamerica Pyramid to Washington Square Park
A two and half minute talent show, with prizes of untold worth, will entertain, delight and perplex the viewer.
Odd costumes, noise makers, satiric signage on the ‘business of religion’ and ‘the religion of business’ are encouraged.
Where does the parade go?
This year’s parade will follow the weekend route through North Beach (the weekday route is through the financial district). Starting at noon at the Pointy Building at 600 Montgomery at Washington, the colorful crowd will dance, hop and skip up Columbus Ave to Joe DiMaggio Playground for the traditional talent show, and unavoidable rituals by the First Church of the Last Laugh.
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