Sunday May 13th from Noon to 8pm Howard and 2nd Streets, Downtown San Francisco $10 donation requested (to get a Magic Sticker) Moms of all ages get a free Magic Sticker when arriving with their kids. All ages are welcome. http://www.HowWeird.org
The 2012 San Francisco festival season begins with the 13th annual How Weird Street Faire, on Sunday May 13th from Noon to 8pm in downtown San Francisco. There will be 13 stages of music and performances spread throughout 13 city blocks. Plus vendors from around the world, an entire alley of live and exhibited art, nonprofits to educate and inspire, food and drinks, and thousands of people in colorful costumes coming together to celebrate peace and creativity.
New this year is a performance stage hosted by members of Vau de Vire Society, a Beat Box Poetry stage, and an entire alley of live and exhibited art. All ages are welcome. Costumes are encouraged.
How Weird is centered at Howard and 2nd Streets, in the heart of San Francisco's SoMa district. The faire takes place on Howard Street between New Montgomery and 1st Street, and on 2nd Street between Mission and Folsom. Buses, trains, MUNI, and BART all come within a short walk to the faire. Plus there is free bike parking at New Montgomery and Howard, at the Main Entrance.
A $10 donation is requested, which gets a Magic Sticker! The Magic Sticker comes with discounts and specials worth many times its cost. See the website or Info Booth at the faire for details. How Weird is a project of the non-profit World Peace Through Technology Organization.