Festivals | San Francisco Travel Blog
If you plan to visit San Francisco or any of the surrounding cities within the next few weeks, well you’re certainly in for a treat. The wonderful fall weather that we’re currently feeling here in the Bay Area is absolutely perfect for experiencing the seemingly endless supply of fun-filled festivals, farmers markets, and street fairs scheduled for the month of October.
After the last of the vibrant and colorful eggs have been found and the rest of the Easter decorations have been boxed up for next year, break out your best party attire and contact Nationwide Limousine Service to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style!
As we head into the heart of the holiday season here in San Francisco, Nationwide Limousine Service would like to invite our wonderful clients and citizens to check out our newest selection of sightseeing tours that have been customized to include the latest fun-filled activities and festivities in the greater Bay Area.
After nearly every celebration was scratched out and rescheduled in 2020 due to the ongoing fight against the coronavirus pandemic, the citizens of San Francisco are amped up and overjoyed this year as the amount of fun and exciting Oktoberfest parties have already filled up every single day of the calendar throughout the greater Bay Area.
Here at the NLS blog we love art. If you’ve read any of our posts over the past few years, then you know just how much time we’ve devoted to art festivals (and this includes film festivals, art fairs, craft art pop-ups, theatrical events, and other such artistic revels). Well, today we’re going to be sticking to that winning formula by providing you with yet another marvelous art event to place on your calendar.
The world is awash in film festivals. Far from being a complaint, this fact is one of the few delights of living in the 21st century. With equipment becoming smaller and more affordable, the ability to create movies has become increasingly viable for individuals without millions of dollars in liquid assets. And, as with all things, as the proliferation of filmmaking continues, we are also beginning to see an increase in the sorts of topics being discussed by filmmakers.
During the spring, summer, and fall it is easy to get exercise. Many of us do it without even thinking about it via walking through the parks, riding our bikes up the steep hills, taking camping trips out in the surrounding natural beauty. But during winter? Suddenly staying in shape becomes a challenge. When the outdoors loses its temperate hospitality, the idea of spending much time in the elements also loses its charm. This in turn results in many of us starting to feel the sadness and depression so closely associated with the season. If only there were something we could do to get our bodies moving, our hearts pounding, and a big dumb smile to splay out over our faces.
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.
Winter and film go together like hats and gloves, like snow and snowballs, like skiis and mountain slopes, like, well, you get the idea. What better activity when the sun sets during the afternoon than gathering together some friends – or even just taking yourself out on a date – and going to sit in a darkened theater while narratives made of light unspool on the screen before you? If these words resonate with you, then you will be thrilled to learn about the upcoming winter film festival in San Francisco called SF Indie Fest.