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Photos: Carnaval Festival 2015

Photos: Carnaval Festival 2015

Saturday May 23 and Sunday May 24th, 2015 in the Mission. Photos by Gabby Gamboa. See entire gallery

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Free SF Porchfest Celebrates Music, Community in the Mission and Noe Valley

Free SF Porchfest Celebrates Music, Community in the Mission and Noe Valley

52 bands are confirmed to play at 17 different, unique venues on Saturday, May 9, as part of the inaugural SF Porchfest. This event hopes to reflect the creativity and diversity of San Francisco by pursuing musical acts from a variety of genres, ages, backgrounds,…

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Win 2 Tickets to the SF Beer Festival at Fort Mason

Win 2 Tickets to the SF Beer Festival at Fort Mason

Test your beer IQ by guessing the brewery from the photo below for a chance to win 2 tickets to The SF International Beer Festival at Fort Mason this Saturday. The winner (selected randomly from correct answers) will enjoy a bounty of suds from over…

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Free Stern Grove Fest to Include tUnE-yArDs, Talib Kweli, Doobie Brothers

Free Stern Grove Fest to Include tUnE-yArDs, Talib Kweli, Doobie Brothers

Today marks the announcement of the 78th season of the Stern Grove Festival lineup. An eagerly awaited day for more than 10,000 fans and families who gather each year at the outdoor wooded amphitheater in San Francisco to enjoy world-class musical performances. Catch these acts…

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15 DJs To See at How Weird Street Faire

15 DJs To See at How Weird Street Faire

On Sunday, April 26th, 2015 the city comes alive with weirdos, freaks, geeks, ravers, hipsters, lovers, strangers, wildlings and superheroes. To help you decide where to rotate your rump, we rounded up our favorite DJs performing at the 16th Annual How Weird Street Festival. Sync…

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Free Events to Celebrate Temporary Farewell to The Bay Lights

Free Events to Celebrate Temporary Farewell to The Bay Lights

San Francisco is hosting a couple of a free events this week to celebrate a two-year run of The Bay Lights sculpture, which will be temporarily decommissioned Friday morning in order to complete maintenance on the bridge’s cables. Fortunately, the not-for-profit foundation Illuminate the Arts…

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Visit The Exploratorium for Free This Year

Visit The Exploratorium for Free This Year

Admission to San Francisco’s hands-on science museum, the Exploratorium, will be free on six different days this year, with the first date arriving on February 1. Clothing retailer Uniqlo is sponsoring the free days to inspire the next generation of innovators, according to the company….

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Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets to Play Free Show in SoMA

Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets to Play Free Show in SoMA

With Hardly Strictly Bluegrass already bringing a full weekend of free music to San Francisco, the final stop of the JanSport Bonfire Sessions is hosting a free concert with Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets and Meatbodies in SoMA. The concert at SoMa StrEat Food…

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Lineup Details Revealed for Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Lineup Details Revealed for Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

With Outside Lands behind us, San Francisco music fans can look ahead to the next big music event in Golden Gate Park, the 2014 return of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass.

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De La Soul Offers Every Album for Free

De La Soul Offers Every Album for Free

De La Soul is celebrating its 25th anniversary by offering all of its albums from free.

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San Francisco Free Street Fair and Festival Guide

San Francisco Free Street Fair and Festival Guide

Spring in San Francisco means festival season has officially arrived. From April through October, a variety of free events are held in neighborhoods throughout the city.

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The Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Schedule for this Weekend

The Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Schedule for this Weekend

Warren Hellman is pickin’ away in the afterlife, but the free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival he founded 12 years ago is still going strong with the first edition since he passed away last year.

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