San Francisco Events Today ( Sf Events Today )
If you’re visiting San Francisco in the coming months, there are plenty of events to keep you busy. There is something for everyone, from sporting events to festivals, concerts and wine tastings!
If you’re a fan of the popular 90s sitcom, you’ll want to get tickets to the FRIENDS(tm) Experience. It’s an interactive attraction that reimagines the beloved show in a groovy, nostalgic way.
Embrace the iconic television show and its six main characters with a visit to the FRIENDS(tm) Experience. A 12-room immersive adventure ranked among the best of 2021, the experience pays tribute to Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler and Joey with all the trimmings – ginormous sets, original outfits and props and a plethora of interactive activities spanning two floors.
The elusive tidbit is the best way to enjoy this experience above is by booking the guided group tour – you get to choose the posse that will attend with you, as well as being allowed into the experience five minutes apart to ensure a personal and fun ole fashion FRIENDS(TM) experience. Those above ginormous and ominous elocon-sized tour is accompanied by a glass of a fancy schmancy cocktail in the signature FRIENDS(tm) branded glasses.
The San Francisco Botanical Garden may be awash in colour at all times of the year, but this weekend through Tuesday, the 55-acre preserve is awash in even more music. The annual event, Flower Piano, in which a dozen pianos are installed around the gardens, is back.
It’s one of the most unique, creative, and innovative outdoor events in the Bay Area. It transforms the San Francisco Botanical Garden into a concert hall in the natural world, with open play for everyone and performances by professionals and community partners.
The event starts with a handful of pianos scattered throughout the garden’s global living plant collections. But over the years, it’s evolved to include more professional and semi-professional musicians performing genres ranging from classical to jazz to salsa and hip-hop.
Renegade Craft Fair
If you’re a fan of handcrafted items and want to see a variety of goods, head to the Renegade Craft Fair today. This two-day event features more than 250 artists from SF and beyond.
You’ll find various unique handmade items at this event, including ceramics, candles, clothing, art, body products, and household goods. It’s a great place to shop for gifts for your friends and family!
The curated Renegade Craft Fair is the premiere showcase for indie crafters and makers. More than 250 vendors will have booths featuring ceramics, paper items, bath and body products, home furnishings, apparel, accessories, glass art, textiles, and more.
Michelin-starred chef Matthew Accarrino is opening a new restaurant in Pacific Heights. It will serve coffee, pastries, and a packed lunch and dinner menu starring wood-fired speeding.
This is the first time Accarrino has opened a casual cafe, and he hopes it will be a welcome addition to the neighbourhood. He explains that his longtime Cal-Italian restaurant, SPQR, serves only a five-course tasting menu, so he wants to give locals a more approachable option for lunch and dinner.
Mattina means “morning” in Italian, and the restaurant is set to open on April 1. It will feature counter-service coffee and an all-day menu highlighting espresso drinks, gelato, fresh pasta and flatbreads.
Public Works 12th Anniversary Party
A multifaceted event and community space in San Francisco’s Mission District, Public Works features a performance/event space, bar, art gallery, and community room. Whether you’re looking for DJ-oriented Club Parties or live bands, independent film screenings, or random creative Outbursts, Public Works has something for everyone. The storied venue celebrates its 12th anniversary with four nights of parties from September 15th through 18th. Headliners include Detroit techno legend Jeff Mills, Talaboman (AKA Axel Bowman and John Talabot), Acid Pauli, and Amon Tobin.