Celebrate good times in the city.  Enjoy the sights and sounds of San Francisco all year long with our San Francisco Events Calendar 2016.  We are very lucky that year-round, in every part of our beautiful city, there’s always something fun to do.

More Happenings for your May 2016 Events Calendar:

May 7th  Uncorked – The San Francisco Wine Festival: Enjoy tastings from a variety of Bay Area wineries and experience the ambience of the waterfront and entertainment throughout Ghirardelli Square and along Beach Street.  Read more at:  www.ghirardellisq.com

May 9th – 15th  SF Made Week –  SFMade presents a week-long celebration of San Francisco’s vibrant manufacturing sector; discover locally made products, the people who make them and where to buy them.  Read more at:  www.sfmade.org

May 15th Bay to Breakers: Since 1912, tens of thousands of people have gathered in San Francisco to see the world’s largest footrace unfold as more than 70,000 costume-clad runners and walkers make their way from San Francisco Bay, a few blocks from the Embarcadero, to the Great Highway where the breakers crash onto the Pacific Coast’s Ocean Beach. Read more at:  www.zapposbaytobreakers.com

May 19th – June 5th San Francisco International Arts Festival: Performances by more than 70 theater, dance and music ensembles from the Bay Area and 10 countries unfold during three action packed weeks. The festival features a major arts exhibition as well as multiple educational, residency and outreach activities held at Fort Mason Center.  Read more at: www.sfiaf.org

May 21 San Francisco International Beer Festival –  Sample more than 300 incredible beers from some of the best craft brewers in the world as well as a variety of offerings from some of San Francisco’s best restaurants held at Fort Mason Center, Festival Pavilion. Must be 21 or over to enter. Read more at: www.sfbeerfest.com

May 21 Asian Heritage Street Celebration: A celebration of all Asian cultures, the Asian Heritage Street Celebration promotes and fosters Asian Pacific American identity; live entertainment and more than 100 vendors makes this one of the largest pan-Asian events in the U.S.  Held at Civic Center Plaza and Little Saigon.  Read more at: www.asianfairsf.com

May 28th & 29th: Carnaval in San Francisco’s Mission District- Celebrating its 38th anniversary, this is San Francisco’s version of Mardi Gras and one of the largest annual public events in the city. It features exotic Carnaval dancers with a mixture of Latino, jazz, samba, Caribbean influences. Festive parade on Sunday morning draws upon a broad cultural pageantry. Read more at: www.carnavalsanfrancisco.org

May 29th Alcatraz Challenge Swim: 1.5 mile swim course begins near Alcatraz Island and finishes at the East Beach of Crissy Field located in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area’s Presidio Park.  Read more at: www.alcatrazchallenge.tricalifornia.com

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