As we move out of these rainy winter months, there are so many amazing events to attend in our city. Listed below are some of the highlights. Chocolate, art, St. Patrick’s Day, multiple garden/floral expos, beer, wine & more! A little something for everyone. Looking forward to so many of these!
March 16, 11:30am, From 2nd St. & Market St to the Civic Center
You don’t need to be Irish to enjoy this vibrant display of history and culture. The parade and festival feature over one hundred colorful floats, live performances, along with delicious Irish food and beverage.
March 20-24, Cow Palace
Take a stroll through artfully curated gardens created by world-class floral designers. Learn how to create your own beautiful arrangements with hands-on demonstrations and seminars.
March 23, 12pm-4pm, 5:30pm-8:30pm, Pier 35
Back for the 8th year, Bay Area Brew Fest showcases hundreds of beers, food trucks, and a dueling piano bar. General admission grants you unlimited samples from over 80 breweries and an excitement-filled day.
March 30, 10am-5:30pm, SF County Fair Building
Calling all chocolate lovers—taste and experience the creations of some of the top chocolatiers and chocolate makers.
April 5, 1:35pm
It’s almost time for the return of America’s favorite pastime. Whether you’re watching from the stands at AT&T Park or cheering from the comfort of your couch, the 2019 Home Opener game is a cause for celebration.
April 7, 6:15am
Starting Line at Pier 39; Finish Line at Maritime Museum
For runners and spectators alike, the 7th annual Half Marathon is a perfect way to give back while enjoying 13.1 miles of the beautiful scenery of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
April 10-23, Opening night @ Castro Theater
As one of the longest running film festivals in the US, SFIFF showcases cinematic expression and culture through film from over 50 countries around the world.
April 13-14, 20-21, Post St. between Laguna and Fillmore
With over 200,000 attendees, the SF festival is said to be the second largest celebration of the arrival of spring and blooming of the cherry blossom. It is also held at one of the last three remaining Japantowns in the United States!
April 12, , 4-8pm, Polk Street
Wine-taste your way down Polk Street and enjoy the local eateries along the way. Participants will receive a wine glass and a map of the merchants between Post and Filbert Streets.
April 20 , 7-10pm, Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion
Enjoy unlimited beer samplings in a souvenir mug, or experience the VIP Brewmaster option for an exclusive sampling and access to the VIP lounge.
April 21, 10am-5pm, Union Street
Known as the “Biggest Little Parade in SF,” this annual Spring celebration offers something for everyone—live entertainment, outdoor dining, pony rides, petting zoo, and more!
April 25-28, Fort Mason Center
The fair features 75 modern and contemporary art galleries from across the globe that will showcase painting, ceramics, jewelry, sculptures, photo, mixed media, and more.
April 27-May 27, 3800 Washington Street
The highly-anticipated Decorator Showcase is back again for its 42nd year. The 2019 edition will showcase a completely reimagined 18,000-square-foot mansion modeled after the Petit Trianon in Versailles.
May 19, Time TBD, Starting line Main St. & Howard St.; finish line Ocean Beach
San Francisco’s silliest, most energetic footrace is back for another year. Whether you’re a giving it your all on the 7.46-mile course or just exercising your fashion sense, Bay to Breakers is an event you won’t want to miss!
June 4-9, de Young Museum
Experience the week-long “floral takeover” of the de Young galleries. The exhibition features brilliant floral interpretations of the de Young’s collection of paintings, objects, and sculptures.
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