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Scenes From The Castro Street Fair

Scenes From The Castro Street Fair
Photos: Roy McKenzie/Hoodline
By Roy - Published on October 06, 2014.
Even though autumn officially started last month, yesterday was a sweltering hot San Francisco day in the Castro as thousands of people showed up for the annual Castro Street Fair.
Here are some photos we snapped at yesterday's event to remind you what happened or show you what you may have missed (all photos by Roy McKenzie):
Shoes on the Rainbow Crosswalk.
This guy getting his custom fit Yarness.
Front ...

.... Rear.
Action on the Main Stage.

This guy dancing in his fashionz.

Tail.

Parasols.

Superior Court Judge candidate Daniel Flores taking some cream pies to the face.

CheerSF.

A bike creature.

This painted man in the Milky Way area.


Interactive art.

SF Planning asks people about their favorite thing in the Castro.

Having fun. 

Art from Faetopia.

This thing/person/object with genitals.

This guy makes sure you know there is a new "serif" in town.

Mission High School football team booster club t-shirts.

Things to do before you die.

Save a horse, wear a cowboy.

The San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band performed at the new rainbow crosswalk at Castro and 18th during the fair:



Here are a couple more highlights from the fair, via Twitter:

Russell Tovey of Looking snagged a photo with Armistead Maupin at the fair. State Assembly candidate David Campos takes multiple cream pies to the face The pillow fight area at the Milky Way

  Did you catch the action? What was your favorite element of the fair this year?