How Weird Street Faire
How Weird Faire
The 12th annual How Weird Street Faire
Sunday May 1, 2011
Noon to 8pm
Howard and 2nd Streets, San Francisco, Earth
Nine city blocks filled with art and performances, vendors from around the world, tasty food and drinks, and all the colorful weirdness that San Francisco is famous for. All ages are welcome, and costumes are highly encouraged.
There will be nine stages of world-class electronic music, including Live Electronica, Dubstep, Electro, Breaks, House, Techno, Psytrance, Drum & Bass, and World Beat. The music stages are produced by local collectives and music organizations, including Symbiosis, Muti Music, Rebel Bass Collective, Groove Garden, Hookahdome, Non Stop Bhangra, Tantra, Temple Nightclub, Opel, Opulent Temple, Ultraviolet Carnival, Aum Festival, Red Marines, SF House, Pink Mammoth, SWAG, and more.
The main entrance is at Howard and New Montgomery Streets, where you’ll find complimentary bike parking. It is only two blocks from the Montgomery BART station on Market Street, and near many MUNI lines, the Transbay Terminal, and Caltrain Station.
There is a requested donation of $10 for the How Weird Street Faire. The full donation buys a Magic Sticker that is potentially worth many times that amount, with discounts at the faire bars and after parties, as well as specials at many of the vendors.
See the website for more information - http://www.HowWeird.org
The How Weird Street Faire is a project of the non-profit
World Peace Through Technology Organization.