April 2nd, 2018
Spring Events in San Francisco
See what's going in this season in #SF with Stanford Court Hotel’s spring guide.
Watch the San Francisco Giants take on the Seattle Mariners on opening day at the beautiful AT&T Park. First 40,000 fans receive opening day calendar. More upcoming giveaways here. Limited tickets; make sure to buy in advance at MLB.com.
When: April 3, 2018 at 1:35 p.m.
Where: AT&T Park. Directions from SCH here.
SF boasts one of three Japantowns in the U.S. and one of the largest cherry blossom festivals, spanning two weekends in April. Check out the Grand Parade, an anime & pop culture fair and Taiko drumming. Check out the SCH guide to the Cherry Blossom Festival for more info.
When: April 14-15, 21-22
The 2018 festival of Bay Area artists with 11 participating countries involves performance art, music, comedy, dance and theatre. This year the fest celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr., women’s leadership in feminist nouveau cirque, casts a queer eye over popular culture, and more. See the full schedule on the website.
When: May 24-June 3
Where: Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. Directions from SCH here.
Who says Carnaval needs to be when the rest of the world celebrates it? SF Carnaval celebrates its 40th year on Memorial Day weekend with a 2-day festival with global cuisine, international music, dance, arts & crafts, and other fun activities and entertainment on every street corner.
When: May 26-27
Where: Mission District on Harrison Street, between 16th and 24th Streets. Directions here.
Celebrating its 36th year, the globally-recognized San Francisco Jazz Festival will be held at venues across San Francisco, primarily the Hayes Valley Neighborhood. Forty-three different shows are planned over the span of 13 days, including performances by Ahmad Jamal, Brian Blade Fellowship, Lea DeLaria and more. See full schedule at SFJazz.org.
When: June 5-17
Where: Venues across Hayes Valley neighborhood
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