The How Weird Street Faire, held in the heart of San Francisco's SOMA district, is ten blocks of art and celebration seeking to rewire our way of thinking towards peace by showing that it can be fun.
This year, the How Weird Street Faire is participating in National Dance Week; as a part of the festivities, there will be a special flash mob!
With world-class electronic music, street art, live performances, a selection of food and drinks, non-profit organizations to educate and inspire, and all the weirdness that San Francisco is famous for, this event is not to be missed. All of it is produced by local collectives and organizations working together for peace.
The fair runs from noon to 8 p.m., and after hours the party moves to several area nightclubs. Costumes are encouraged!
There is a requested donation of $10 for the How Weird Street Faire. The full donation buys a Magic Sticker that is potentially worth many times that amount, with discounts at the faire bars and after parties, as well as specials at many of the vendors.
Howard Street, between 1st and New Montgomery streets
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