June 2nd, 2022
San Francisco Summer Festivals and Events
It’s almost summer and things are heating up in San Francisco. And we’re not just talking about the weather. Here are some of the top San Francisco festivals and events coming up this summer to help you with your summer plans. Once you decide on an event to attend, click here to book your stay at Stanford Court.
JUNE FESTIVALS + EVENTS
Stern Grove Festival
6/12/22 – 8/14/22
19th Avenue and Sloat Boulevard
The Stern Grove Festival is one of the best free concert series in the country with great musical acts featured each week. Free tickets can be claimed as they are released. Check the website for more info.
North Beach Festival
Columbus Avenue and Grant Avenue
One of the top annual San Francisco festivals is the North Beach Festival, which has been hosting locals and visitors for over 60 years. This is one of the largest San Francisco street fairs and offers food vendors, several live music stages, and over 100 arts and crafts vendors.
SF Pride Celebration and Parade
6/25/22 – 6/26/22
The SF Pride Celebration and Parade is the largest LGBT community and allies gathering in the country. The Celebration at the Civic Center Plaza runs from 12p-6p on Saturday and 11a-6pm on Sunday. The Parade starts at 10:30am on Sunday at Market + Beale and ends at Market + 8th.
JULY FESTIVALS + EVENTS
Fourth of July Fireworks
Pier 39 + Fisherman’s Wharf
Looking for the best San Francisco 4th of July Fireworks show? Head down to Fisherman’s Wharf to experience a magical fireworks display launched from barges in the Bay beginning at 9:30pm. Get there early for the best viewing spots.
SF Uke Jam: Summer Ukesplosion!
7/9/22, 1pm – 2:30pm
Esplanade, Yerba Buena Gardens – Mission St. between 3rd and 4th Sts.
The ukulele is celebrated at this fun San Francisco event. The show is hosted by Ukulenny and Cynthia Lin and feature some of the area’s top ukulele performers. Aloha!
AUGUST FESTIVALS + EVENTS
8/5/22 – 8/7/22
Golden Gate Park
The Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival is one of the largest music festivals in the country featuring some of the top names in the industry. And there is more than just music with focuses on food, wine, and art. Headliners this year include Green Day, Post Malone, and SZA.
Now that you know what you’re doing this summer, it’s time to book your room.