This Saturday, live music fans can groove to pop, reggae, jazz, rock and other genres during North Beach’s first All Day Music festival. Co-produced by nonprofits North Beach Neighbors and Next Village SF, the event will showcase 19 different artists performing at eight different venues sprinkled around North Beach. The fun starts at 10 a.m. and will continue until 11 p.m.
Late Saturday afternoon, an excited crowd gathered at Rose Pak Station to watch the inaugural Ghost King Parade. Kicking off Chinatown’s first Hungry Ghost Festival, the procession marched to Portsmouth Square at a dignified pace, punctuated by the solemn beat of drums.
The former Italian French Baking Company space is now home to The Hive San Francisco, an aerial arts fitness studio where you can take your exercise routine to new heights. Or just get a taste of what it’s like to be a circus performer.