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TreasureFest: “Hawaii In July” | Treasure Island

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Sunday, July 28, 2019 - All Day | Cost: $3*
*$3-$5 early bird online / $7 last minute - includes free parking.

TreasureFest (Treasure Island) | 500 Ave N, Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA.


TreasureFest

TreasureFest is the Bay Area’s largest monthly market featuring hundreds of local makers, indie designers, vintage curators, antiques, art, home & garden goods, local bands, seasonal cocktails, games & activities for all ages and great views of the bay.

As of November 2019, TreasureFest is on hiatus due to ongoing construction on Treasure Island. We are told that TreasureFest will pop-up periodically in other locations in 2020. Stay tuned to updates.

 

Sunday, July 28, 2019
TreasureFest

SF’s biggest monthly outdoor festival gets island fever in July with Hawaiian inspired food: Simply Lovely Catering, Kona Shaved Ice, 808 Poke Shack, Pineapple Whips, Hawaiian inspired vendors: Baja Llama, No Ka Oi – Handmade Hawaiian Jewelry, Tiki Tommy – Hawaiian Shirts

Plus enjoy Hawaiian drink specials like

  • TreasureFest Mai Tai: Rum, orgeat, pineapple, lime.
  • The Summer Botanical: Kettle One Botanical cocktail – people LOVED this last month.
  • Beer Can: Kona Brewing, Big Wave Golden Ale
  • Sangria: Tropical Sangria
  • Fresh Young Coconuts

RSVP on Facebook (Click “Going”) to enter to win a $100 spree. Winner announced Friday

Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.


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Cost: $3*
*$3-$5 early bird online / $7 last minute - includes free parking.
Categories: *Top Pick*, Early Bird / Presale, Eating & Drinking, Fairs & Festivals, San Francisco, Shopping & Fashion
Address: 500 Ave N, Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA.

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