POSTPONED: 2020 How Weird Street Faire: 10 Stages of World-Class Electronic Music | SoMa
Howard & Main (SoMa) | Howard St. and Main St., San Francisco, CA
UPDATE: Due to Coronavirus concerns, this event has been postponed for 2020. A new date will be announced so please check their website for updates.
Join as the tribes once again celebrate peace, be inspired by art, shop exotic stores, make new friends and greet old ones, generate waves of joy, and expand our consciousness.
There will be dancing in the streets at 10 stages of world-class electronic music, spectacular performances, fantastic foods, unique vendors, visionary art, and inspiring creativity.
The theme for 2020 is “Return to the Source”, celebrate peace and weirdness at the greatest street faire in the galaxy. Featuring a unique and designer shopping experience with vendors from around the world and delicious food and drinks. Find new styles and things for the 2020 festival season.
2020 How Weird Street Faire
Sunday, May 3, 2020 | All Day
Howard and 2nd Streets, San Francisco
$11.11 Early Bird Presale Magic Pass – $15 in advance, $20 at the door. There will also be volunteer opportunities and many contests to win free passes.
The Magic Pass will be required to attend the faire this year. The Magic Pass is your way to support the faire, and get something in return, specials, discounts, fun activities, free things,
and more magic than ever! Your contribution keeps the faire going.
The How Weird Street Faire is a menagerie of attractions, including a world renowned music festival featuring a wide range of different styles of dance music, an open air art festival called Art Alley, a collection of yummy beverages and delicious food trucks, and a platform for performers of every type.
How Weird is centered at Howard and 2nd Streets, in the heart of the San Francisco’s technology and art sectors. Filling in the faire will be thousands of people in colorful costumes dancing in the streets.
The How Weird Street Faire is a project of the educational non-profit World Peace Through Technology Organization, proving for 20 years now that peace is possible. See why San Francisco is still at the vanguard of creativity and artistic expresssion.