San Francisco Events Calendar 2016


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 September 2016 Events Calendar:

September 9th  San Francisco Opera Opening Gala:  Celebrate the opening of the season  with the opening night gala” Read more at:

September 9th – 24th  San Francisco Fringe Festival: This annual festival is a marathon of 40-plus shows with low price tickets and a wide variety of alternative, classical, comedy, cabaret and new theater open to all performers on a non-curated basis. Read more at

September 10th – 11th  Ghirardelli Chocolate Festival: Discover unique chocolate desserts and delicacies from Ghirardelli and beyond at this annual chocolate celebration. INDULGE FOR A CAUSE! 100% of the profits are donated to the non-profit Project Open Hand!” target=”_blank”>Project Open Hand is a nonprofit organization that provides meals with love to seniors and the critically ill.  Read more at:

September 10th – 11th  Autumn Moon Festival: This event features multicultural entertainment, traditional lion and dragon dances, arts and crafts, lantern village, moon cakes and children’s activities.  Read more at:

September 11th  The Giant Race:  The Giant Race features a half marathon, 10K, and 5K distances, that all lead through San Francisco’s historic streets and finish on the field at AT&T Park – home of the San Francisco Giants. Families can participate in the Kids Race and Family Relay.  Read more at:

September 11th  San Francisco in the Park: Enjoy this outdoor venue and free admission to an opera concert featuring arias and ensembles by the stars of the San Francisco Opera and the Opera Orchestra in Sharon Meadow in Golden Gate Park. Read more at:

September 18th  Comedy Day:  Laugh out loud … it’s the free comedy “concert” featuring 30+ of the U.S.’s and Bay Area’s best comedians in Sharon Meadow in Golden Gate Park. Read more at:

September 23rd – 25th  Oktoberfest By The Bay:  Pier 48 near AT&T Park.  Bringing Munich’s autumn beer festival to the Bay,featuring non-stop singing, dancing, music, German food and beverages. Read more at:

September 24th – 25th  Bay Area Blues Festival:  Two main stages, a merchant marketplace, arts and crafts, gourmet food booths and much more are all a part of this annual homage to San Francisco’s blues roots. Read more at:

September 25th  Folsom Street Fair: The “daddy of all leather celebrations,” the Folsom Street Fair is the largest leather, alternative and fetish street fair in the world drawing some 400,000 attendees annually, dressed in leather, rubber, uniforms, drag or very little at all. Read more at:

September 30th – October 2nd Hardly Strictly Bluegrass:  This awesome free celebration of music in the park includes a who’s who of blues, bluegrass and indie rock music and is always a great time in Hellman Hollow, Golden Gate Park! Read more at:



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“What I’ve loved about having Todd as a realtor is that it’s not just about the current transaction, but it’s about the partnership he’s cultivated with me over time.” Zack B., Buyer and Seller

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