Folsom Street Fair
Now known throughout the world, the wild, unpredictable, and bawdy Folsom Street Fair is coming once again to Folsom Street in San Francisco. Regarded by many as the best leather festival on earth (and without a doubt the largest), the Folsom Street Fair stretches over more than 13 city blocks, into which it packs upwards of 400,000 people for a day of raunchy, sexy, and shameless fun.
This year, the Folsom Street Fair is expecting to provide more than 200 booths of exhibitors carrying all varieties and types of leather, fetish equipment, and adult toys. No matter what your kink or desire, there will be something for you to take home and enjoy for many days to come.
In addition to the vendors, the Folsom Street Fair will include plenty of performances on their main stage and their specially designated dance areas, featuring everything from nationally praised indie and electronic acts to dance parties featuring the latest in EDM. Looking for an edgier performance? Check out the erotic artists’ space which will feature a stage that highlights less-than family friendly acts.
Artists expected to perform this Sunday include:
- Russ Rich
- Jasmine Infiniti
- Paul V.
- Madonna Grimes
- Lena Willikens
- Alex Acosta
Many more fun and surprising guests will join these acts on stage, but, as always, the primary focus is you, your sexuality, your body, and what you want to do with it. Similarly to the Body Art Show & Parade, the Folsom Street Fair is a clothing optional event. Feeling adventurous? Leave your pants and shirt in the car. Hell, leave your undies too.
The Fair will have plenty of good food and good drinks available for purchase, which means that you can spend the entire day, from 11:00am until 6:00pm, surrounded by the uninhibited and wild world of the Folsom Street Fair.
Like always, admission to the fair is completely free, although attendees are encouraged to donate if they can. A $10 donation will provide you with a special sticker that enables you to purchase drinks for $2 less than their posted price. A great incentive to support an American institution.