Get ready for an immersive coffee experience when the fourth annual San Francisco Coffee Festival® kicks off Saturday, November 2, 2019 and Sunday, November 3, 2019. Over ninety specially curated roasters and exhibitors share with you unique beans and flavor profiles with a soundtrack provided by live entertainment at the Festival Pavilion at the arts nonprofit Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC). This is a fun environment for true coffee enthusiasts with a strictly limited ticket capacity. Think about your ideal coffee event experience: this is it.
You’ll have the chance to sample + talk with over 90 roasters and exhibitors to your heart's content while live entertainment keeps the party spirited during this one of a kind experience.
You have a choice between VIP tickets and GA tickets. VIP tickets get you in an extra hour earlier than GA (General Admission) tickets, and you get to continue to enjoy the event during the GA session. That's the only difference between the two ticket choices per Session.
Session 1 VIP : 10am – 11am
Session 1 GA: 11am – 1pm
Session 2 GA: 1pm – 3pm
Session 3 GA: 3pm – 5pm
Session 1 VIP: 9am – 10am
Session 1 GA: 10am – 12pm
Session 2 GA: 12pm – 2pm
Session 3 GA: 2pm – 4pm
The San Francisco Coffee Festival® is the official kickoff to SF Coffee Week™.
A few other notes:
Non-coffee-drinkers: we'd love to have you, and have non-coffee options for you to drink. Due to venue capacity, each entry requires a ticket.
Children: while we love kids, we strongly discourage their attendance due to the dangerous nature of the event for a child: hot coffee all over the place. It'd make us nervous for a child to be present and we disclaim all responsibility for a child's presence at the event. We hope you understand! In the event that you still want to assume the responsibility for bringing along your child, we have made a child ticket available. All children under the age of 15 must have a Children’s ticket for entry. All Children must be accompanied by an Adult.
Pets: we love pets too but, unfortunately, their admission is prohibited.