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San Francisco Bay Area In-Person Event Calendar
San Francisco Bay Area In-Person Event Calendar
Collection by Eventbrite
As San Francisco reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the Bay Area, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the area's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
San Francisco Bay Area In-Person Event Calendar

Church of 8 Wheels / San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Bay Area In-Person Event Calendar

Church of 8 Wheels / San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Bay Area In-Person Event Calendar
San Francisco Bay Area In-Person Event Calendar
Collection by Eventbrite
As San Francisco reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the Bay Area, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the area's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.
As San Francisco reopens, there’s a wide array of events and experiences waiting outside your door. This calendar is your ultimate guide to the best things to do in the Bay Area, from concerts and comedy shows to pop-up markets and art shows. These in-person activities have been hand-picked by Eventbrite’s experts to keep you informed on the area's most exciting happenings and hidden gems.

Reignite your love of San Francisco's live music scene with this strut down memory lane. Heavy-hitters like rock writer Ben Fong-Torres and Rolling Stone photographer Robert Altman contribute to this self-guided, masked exhibit in the Music City Hotel.

The spacious back patio at Irish bar Casements has served as a masked, safe musical respite during the pandemic. Now there's music every Tuesday to go with the whiskey, courtesy of this very hip classical quartet.

One of the most gorgeous and serene locations in San Francisco, the spiraling Grace Cathedral Labyrinth hosts yoga teacher Darren Main and practitioners of all ability levels, every Tuesday evening.

Get in on all the live NBA draft action with this perfect brew: the Light Years Golden State Warriors podcast teaming up with Standard Deviant Brewing Co. for a night of crackling Dubs energy.

Absolute high-camp bliss as drag legend Matthew Martin takes on the force of nature that is actress Joan Crawford in this original comedy-horror play, from the makers of "Trog! The Musical"

After a year under wraps, you may feel like a tourist in your own city. This guided tour delves deep into the Mission neighborhood's history and art — and tries out some delicious new food spots in the area.

Sample a smogasbord of local food trucks, browse fabulous vendor booths, sway to live music and DJs — and just enjoy Friday summer evenings outdoors in the city with friends, at District Six.

PianoFight is the little comedy improv theater that could — rising against the odds to survive COVID and returning with a spectacular roster of its funniest acts to celebrate reopening all over again. The SF Neo Futurists, Killing My Lobster, and Drunk Theater Company headline.

Now that we can share the joy of cooking together again, hone your rolling skills with other sushi lovers, as Instructor Huong teaches you the basics of this delicate art.

Spunky cocktail-and-pizza bar the Orbit Room has opened a very sweet outdoor space called the Lunar Lot, now featuring local funny people onstage every Sunday night, hosted by Greg Gettle and Josh Holub.

Love + Propaganda is a social club that brings together art, fashion, music, and culture in San Francisco. Join host Eric Bellinger for a night to remember.

Celebrate avocado in its many forms — toast! sushi! guac! oh my! — at this street food festival that includes live DJs.

Cultivate a calm state of mind and a deeper sense of presence in the gorgeous surroundings of Park Presidio, with a mindful hike followed by a socially distanced guided meditation and conversation.

The only thing better than learning to skate from D. Miles, Jr. — San Francisco's Skate Godfather himself — is learning in an old church that's been converted into a (socially distanced, masked) roller rink!

Muhammad Ali, The Grateful Dead, and Miles Davis all have a past in this gritty, beloved neighborhood. Jazz singer Pam Coates guides you to hidden landmarks and historical gems on this distanced, masked walking tour.

Where the Castro and the Mission neighborhoods meet, Slate Bar is rolling out colorful drag queens and cocktails every Saturday evening outdoors, with some of the best performers in town.

"Girls, Girls, Girls" takes on a deeper meaning when this all-woman Motley Crüe tribute band tears into the hair metal heroes' wild oeuvre. Too fast for love? You bet.

An intense love of early country music united these three young artists (banjoist Casey Holmberg, guitarist Tommy Schulz, and bass fiddler Noa Laniakea) who are quickly rising in the local bluegrass and acoustic scenes.

Bump and grind while seated at your reserved table at the Neck of the Woods club, as DJs throw you back to a time when the Fresh Prince, Kid ‘N Play, and Usher ruled the airwaves.

Take a big breath of fresh air and rediscover the magic of the Bay, as this narrated nature excursion guides you to local wildlife from Sausalito to the Point Bonita Lighthouse. You may even spot a shark.

Immigrant feminists, freedom fighters, and other outspoken South Asian activists from the past 100 years get some shine on this invigorating tour, led by community historians Barnali Ghosh and Anirvan Chatterjee.

Dive deep into the history of this radical Black community group that has defined Bay Area resistance for more than five decades, in this educational walking tour led by Panther members themselves.

The Sundaze Brunch & Marketplace is an outdoor, continuously evolving experience that brings individuals safely together to enjoy a curated selection of local small good vendors and food trucks.

Summer music festivals and weddings are coming back, and you'll need to look dreamy for the 'gram. This socially distanced, masked workshop — inside a mannequin warehouse! — helps you create a stunning wearable art piece.

San Francisco loves its fierce drag queens! Laugh with them at this biweekly Sunday drag comedy show, hosted by Nitrix Oxide with DJ Monty Quilla.

The Alembic is one of a cherished contemporary cocktail desitnation: Deep mixologists and lighter libations lovers alike will want to dive into this two hour classes from the bar, which lay out all the tricks of the trade.

The Philadelphia hip-hop/soul artist has been nominated for 13 Grammys for his '70s influenced sound, and does everything from beatbox to turn out the dance floor. Catch him at this rare live appearance.

Moderated by San Francisco Chronicle urban design critic John King, this panel of housing and social services experts looks around the world for solutions to homelessness, from Bogota to Paris.

Who could resist soft, pillowy clouds of potato delight, gently swathed in hand-rolled pasta and dipped in a zesty sauce? Your date might just dip out with the gnocchi after this class, watch out.

You might not be one to kiss and tell, but these brave and hilarious souls certainly are. Revel in local storytellers' tales of the surprisingly romantic, the hilariously awkward, and the just plain "meh" at MakeOut Room.

Mexican techno wizard Rebolledo consistently wows both Burning Man crowds and underground dance floors alike; seasoned local purveyor of deep grooves Shiny Objects will be a perfect warmup.

Calling all Swifties — including new fans roped in by her recent indie-folk smash "Folklore." It's time to hit the Great Northern club's dancefloor for her greatest hits and remixes and sing 'til you turn "Red."

Head out to the Sonoma County Fairgrounds for this jam-packed benefit to help keep music programs in schools. Headliners Monophonics and The Motet are joined by a diverse roster of local favorites.

Oooh, scary! Mixing San Francisco history with vampire lore and humor, guide Kitty Burns-Nasarow — aka Mina Harker from "Dracula" — takes you on a spooky journey around the Nob Hill neighborhood.

This interactive workshop uses at-hand materials from the environment, drawing inspiration from the bay itself to create large-scale beach art — then collectively watching it wash away.

The Ethiopian-Israeli musician whips up a potent sonic blend of international soul and global funk that reflects his refugee experience, and the transnational heritage of his community. This rare live appearance should draw an ecstatic crowd.

Author Jennifer De Leon discusses her new book, "White Space," highlighting her coming-of-age journey as a Guatemalan-American woman navigating the space between two worlds, from cobblestoned Central American streets to posh university.

Get high on laughs (well at least a couple stories up), as renowned local comedians come out of the clubs and into the evening air, every other Thursday at Oetse restaurant.

Explore one of the Bay Area's coolest natural areas and make new friends in a relaxed, convivial atmosphere. You'll have the option of continuing the afternoon with lunch after you've taken a brisk walk and gotten a chance to meet everyone.

Learn the fundamentals of street photography and compose postcard-quality pictures with instructor Reza, on this four-hour, 1.6-mile walk brimming with the city's majestic sights.

This cute new indie and funk music fest draws from a fabulous pool of talent to bring people out in the Bayview neighborhood sunshine and celebrate environmental sustainability. Kat Van Morgan, Cardboard People, Desert Bloom and more perform.

You know summer is really here when one of our most beloved (and famous) DJs returns to the decks. Mark Farina brings his melodic house and "mushroom jazz" genius to this outdoor, daytime party, bursting with local talent.

This is one Pride celebration where it's OK to strike out — just don't end up in the gutter! Mission Bowling Club welcomes bowlers of all orientations for a fun evening of music, food, and community.

A three-day feast of diverse local offerings, inspired by the night markets of Asia, that overlooks the Bay while filling you up. What more could you ask for? Delicious craft cocktails and awesome craft vendors, of course.

Even Jimmy Page had a whole lotta love for this raucous and renowned lesbian tribute band, saying "They played the Led Zeppelin music with an extraordinary sensuality and superb musicianship."

Emmy-nominated New York City comedian Patel, a regular at that city's famed Comedy Cellar, comes to San Francisco for an outdoor evening of post-quarantine laughs.

A legendary player of the Paraguayan harp and violin, Reyes brings sparkling charisma and a wealth of unexpectedly diverse music styles — Cajun, classical, rock — to his mesmerizing shows.

You can go your own way — in heels! A cavalcade of local drag acts perform the blockbuster 1970s Fleetwood Mac album, putting a camp spin on standards like "Gold Dust Woman" and "The Chain"

The Atlanta indie hero who helped usher in the laidback chillwave sound of the 2010s spins his favorite records at the Phoenix Hotel pool. Expect an afternoon of perfect vibes and neon sunglasses.

Treasure Island has long been a golden spot for music festivals, and now it's back, with this extravaganza featuring the melodic techno sounds of DJ Nora En Pura and a host of others. Dancing in the bay breeze under the sun: perfect.