When you hear the jets and the dogs howl, you know that Fleet Week is here. Take advantage of a week of big ships,
SF Fleet Week celebrates the rich naval tradition in the Bay Area, honors the men and women serving in today's armed forces and facilitates annual disaster preparedness training with the Navy, Marines and local first responders.
The main events taking place over three consecutive days in the skies above the City. The paid tickets allow entrance to an area in Marina Green. Hours are as follow: Friday, October 6th: 10AM - 4PM / Saturday, October 7th: 11AM - 4PM / Sunday, October 8th: 11AM - 4PM.
From October 3rd - October 9th there will be a variety of events and ships open for public tours.
Air Shows include flights by:
U.S. Navy Blue Angels
Blue Angels Fat Albert
Navy Parachute Team, The Leap Frogs
Marine F-35B Demo
Ace Maker T 33
Patriots Jet Team
Coast Guard Dual Demo - Helos and C-27
Parade of Ships - Friday, October 6th, 11am - 12noon
See the Fleet enter the Bay under the Golden Gate Bridge as the visiting ships steam towards their ports, and Liberty Call for our honored Sailors and Marines. San Francisco Fleet Week hosts the largest Parade of Ships on the West Coast.
Port of San Francisco Ship Tours:
U.S. Navy ships at Pier 30/32 + Pier 35
Note: These piers are 1.7 miles apart on the waterfront. There will be two ships at each pier.
Come climb aboard the amphibious carriers, cutters, destroyers and cruisers docked at the Embarcadero and get a glimpse into the day-to-day lives of the sailors serving in the U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Coast Guard.
Oct 4-5,7-8: 10am - 4pm
Oct 9: 9am - 12noon
Fleet Week Neighborhood Concerts