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Live music. Without it, where would we be? In a cold, sad world of headphones, music-playing devices, and dusty instruments. Thankfully, this world is far from being the one we inhabit, and as long as people still have hands, feet, and throats, I would wager that they will be making and performing music for a long, long time.
Jazz is returning to the Fillmore early this July, and thousands of people are already marking their calendars in order to ensure they don’t miss one of the most important music events that happens in the Bay Area. We are here speaking of the annual Fillmore Jazz Festival, which is celebrating its 36th straight year this July 6th and 7th.
The San Francisco International Arts Festival is one of the most highly lauded and anticipated events of its kind anywhere in the country. This year, events kicked off on May 19th, and they will continue to occur until June 5th at the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture as well as other locations throughout the city. As this is an international art show, contributing artists come from all over the world, representing countries like France, Japan, Lithuania, Serbia, Taiwan, and Columbia. The artist’s exhibits will be displayed in various fashions, from dance to sculpture to film, which ensures that everyone can find something to fascinate and entertain them during their stay in the Bay Area. Of the dozens of upcoming events related to the festival, we are highlighting three of our favorites for you.
With the largest Chinese neighborhood in the United States, it’s no wonder that there is no better place to be (except for maybe, China) than San Francisco to celebrate the Chinese New Year. We already blogged about several holiday activities you don’t want to miss this year in San Fran, but the beauty of the Chinese New Year is that it brightens up those pesky months after the Holiday season where the chilly weather lingers and everything gets kind of gray and mushy. The month-long celebration sprinkles events from the end of January to late February, to keep you in good spirits through the dreary after-Holiday months. Here are the list of events for the Chinese New Year in 2016 – the year of the Monkey.
Twice a year, the neighborhoods around San Francisco’s Panhandle host the Now Festival, a series of free community events from October 28th until November 3rd. The neighborhood-wide projects have included things like acoustic jam sessions, free yoga workshops, book talks, silent discos, cookie swaps, and much more.
It’s September again. Summer has wound down, and the kids are back in school. September, however, also brings San Francisco’s month-long Architecture and the City event. The 2015 festival theme is Play: Design in Action, and the greater Bay Area has been looking forward to this celebration for an entire year.
Few events are more representative of our Bay Area than the Bodega Bay Seafood Art & Wine Festival. On August 29th and 30th of 2015 – Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm, and Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm – make your way to 16855 Bodega Highway in Bodega for the sights, sounds, and tastes of coastal Northern California.
Do you love hoppy beer? And spicy food? If so, the inaugural Hops on Fire: Spicy Food & IPA Festival is for you. From 11 am until 6 pm on Saturday, July 11th, this celebration will take place at the SoMa StrEat Food Park at 428 11th Street in San Francisco.