Bay Area festival transportation
For six straight years, the famed Presidio has taken advantage of the warmer summer weather, the longer summer days, and the beautiful summer sunsets to launch their series Presidio Twilight. Taking place on Thursday evenings from the 23rd of May until the early days of September – with only July 4th as an exception – the Presidio Twilight is a chance to gather with family and friends around San Francisco’s biggest public campfire as the day draws to a close.
Carnavals are a nearly universal way of celebrating life, pleasure, and creativity. Every year, throughout the entire world, Carnavals are held in both major cities and small towns, and although they vary in the specific events held, they all possess one commonality: the key to a darn good time.
As many natives already know, May in San Francisco was practically made for outdoor activities and boozy festivals. The combination of the nearly perfect weather with two annual beer and wine festivals and city-wide Mardi Gras and Cinco de Mayo celebrations make The Bay one sweet place to be in the heart of Springtime.
San Francisco never stops surprising both its visitors and residents, especially when it comes to art. Several annual fairs, along with fascinating rotating exhibitions in the city’s museums allow you to fully immerse in the creative realm. Here are some of the hottest art spots in San Francisco.
When we first heard about the Silicon Valley S.T.E.A.M. Festival, we couldn’t help but be excited. S.T.E.A.M. stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Aviation, & Math. What catches our attention, however, is this: there will be hundreds of unique cars on display! Here at NLS Limo, transportation is our passion, so the opportunity to see one-of-a-kind vehicles, mint-condition hotrods, and a variety of other special automobiles is right up our alley. Hot San Jose Nights and The Car Guy Channel will sponsor this portion of the event.