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10 Best Corn Mazes in the Bay Area for 202110 Best Corn Mazes in the Bay Area for 2021
By - posted 10/15/2021
Halloween, Outdoorsy, Things to Do

Let’s get lost in a corn maze!  These insane twists and turns of nature used to be done manually, but now they’re mostly done by GPS and computer-controlled machines. We’ve rounded up the best corn mazes open for 2021 around the greater Bay Area, plus we’ve also thrown in a few smaller more...

BART Stations Now Host New Free Outdoor Concert FestivalBART Stations Now Host New Free Outdoor Concert Festival
By - posted 9/30/2021
Brand New, Things to Do, Transportation

The sounds of Reggae, Jazz, and Folk music will bring joy to BART riders in the month of October as the latest “welcome back” gesture by the agency to encourage the return to transit and reinforce the role public transit plays in fueling the Bay Area’s economy and culture. BART and more...

Oakland Symphony's Free Outdoor Waterfront ConcertsOakland Symphony’s Free Outdoor Waterfront Concerts
By - posted 8/23/2021
Fairs & Festivals, Outdoorsy, Things to Do

Pick up a delectable assortment of prepared foods and fine wines from Rocky’s Market and relax in the open-air with friends at the Brooklyn Basin with four free outdoor concerts featuring musicians from the Oakland Symphony in one-time-only musical configurations and special instrumentation performing site-specific repertoire. Please note that longtime Oakland more...

SF's Comedy Day in the Park is Back Sept. 19SF’s Comedy Day in the Park is Back Sept. 19
By - posted 7/22/2021
Bay Area Updates, Fairs & Festivals, Festival Updates, Things to Do

San Francisco’s original, longest-running, free, outdoor comedy concert in the world, Comedy Day in the Park is back to celebrate its 40th anniversary. If you like lounging in the park, laughing your ass off, then the 40th Anniversary Comedy Day might be the best way for you to spend a Sunday afternoon. The more...

SF Parks Reopens Eight Rec Centers on July 17thSF Parks Reopens Eight Rec Centers on July 17th
By - posted 7/16/2021
Bay Area Updates, Reopening, Things to Do

San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department is excited to share that they will reopen a limited number our recreation facilities for drop-in activities on Saturdays, beginning on July 17 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the summer. Certain recreation facilities will also continue to be open on weeknights for specific more...

Golden Gate Park Band's Free Sunday Concerts Return for 2021 SeasonGolden Gate Park Band’s Free Sunday Concerts Return for 2021 Season
By - posted 7/15/2021
Bay Area Favorites, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Parks & Beaches, Reopening, Things to Do, What's Closed / What's Open

The Golden Gate Park Band, presents its 139th season in Golden Gate Park’s music concourse. That’s right, this symphony has been playing free concerts in Golden Gate Park for more than 100 years. The weekly concerts take place most Sundays at 1 pm, usually end between 2:30 and 2:45 pm. The concerts more...

San Mateo's "Coyote Point" Outdoor Movie NightsSan Mateo’s “Coyote Point” Outdoor Movie Nights
By - posted 7/14/2021
Free Movie Screenings, Get Out: Events, Parks & Beaches, Things to Do

Gather friends and family, pack a picnic and join CuriOdyssey for a fun-filled summer evening during Coyote Point Movie Nights in July, August, September and October at Coyote Point Park in San Mateo. Watch your favorite movies, experiment with fun CuriOdyssey science experiments, play creatively with San Mateo County Libraries, and more...

Free World Music Concert in Historic Golden Gate Park Bandshell (July 15)Free World Music Concert in Historic Golden Gate Park Bandshell (July 15)
By - posted 7/14/2021
Get Out: Events, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Things to Do

You’re invited to a free all ages concert in the historic bandshell in Golden Gate Park to celebrate live music, peace, diverse cultures, yourselves and San Francisco on July 15 from 5-8pm. Headlining the show is world music legend Pato Banton and special guests. Other performers include Estrella, Swathi Ravichandran, Tony Kaye more...

Drone Flies Through One of SF’s Painted Ladies
By - posted 7/9/2021
Bay Area Favorites, Bay Area Updates, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Reopening, Things to Do

Wow… take a tour like you’ve never seen before inside one of San Francisco’s Painted Ladies. Thanks to SF Gate for sharing the fun story about drone pilot Reza Kurniawan’s unique flight through the Victorian home. Check out the video below.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Reza Kurniawan (@inspirefpv)

Golden Gate Park's Outdoor Dance Party "Lindy in the Park" is BackGolden Gate Park’s Outdoor Dance Party “Lindy in the Park” is Back
By - posted 7/9/2021
Bay Area Favorites, Get Out: Events, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Reopening, Things to Do

San Francisco’s favorite place to dance al fresco, Lindy in the Park, is back.  Get ready to swing in Golden Gate Park every sunny Sunday at “Lindy in the Park,” a weekly free event near the de Young Museum, when the streets of Golden Gate Park are closed to traffic and the dancers take over. This in person event resumed more...

SF's Historic 1925 Great Star Theater in Chinatown Grand Opening (June 18)SF’s Historic 1925 Great Star Theater in Chinatown Grand Opening (June 18)
By - posted 6/10/2021
Bay Area Updates, Brand New, Only in San Francisco, Things to Do

San Francisco’s historic Great Star Theater is hosting its Grand Opening on Friday, June 18, 2021. Built in 1925, the 500-seat Great Star Theater is the only remaining theater in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Join in at 5 pm for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, lion dance, fireworks, and some words from the community. At 7 more...

Meet The 17-Mile "San Francisco Crosstown Trail"Meet The 17-Mile “San Francisco Crosstown Trail”
By - posted 6/4/2021
Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Things to Do

San Francisco’s Crosstown Trail connects parks, open spaces, and intimate neighborhoods in a 17-mile excursion across the city.  The trail runs from Candlestick Point to Lands End, is usable by both pedestrians and bicyclists, and connected to other trails and public transit. Connecting San Francisco from the southeast to the northwest, more...

Your 420 Activity Guide: Follow the Bay Area SignsYour 420 Activity Guide: Follow the Bay Area Signs
By - posted 4/20/2021
Partner, Things to Do

April 20th is quickly approaching, and every cannabis connoisseur on the planet knows what that means: it’s our universal sign to observe 420! This article brought to you by Eaze Celebrate the 50th anniversary of 420 with exclusive deals in the lead up to 4/20 There are several origin stories surrounding how 420 came more...

“SkyStar” Officially Extended to 2025 (Again)“SkyStar” Officially Extended to 2025 (Again)
By - posted 3/16/2021
Bay Area Updates, Fun & Games, Only in San Francisco, Things to Do, What's Closed / What's Open

The ongoing battle if San Francisco’s Skystar, the Ferris wheel in Golden Gate Park, will stay additional past its original end date may have finally come to an end. Thanks to KTVU for sharing the news that on Tuesday, March 16, the full board of San Francisco Supervisors voted to keep more...

A Day of Baby Goat Hugs (Really!) is Coming to SFA Day of Baby Goat Hugs (Really!) is Coming to SF
By - posted 3/16/2021
Adorable, Things to Do, Uplifting

Baby goat hugs this Sunday, March 21, 12-3PM Secession Art & Design was so excited when artist and farmer Hilary Williams said yes to bringing her 2-week old baby goats to the gallery. For a lot of us city dwellers, Hilary’s lifestyle, combining art and farming, is so dreamy. Baby Goats in more...