We can’t believe it’s already the last weekend of September! Make sure you end the month with a bang by dressing up as a superhero, listening to music, tasting sake, or all of the above! Come out and join ABCey Events for a great weekend!
Saturday, September 27th | 1PM – 11PM | Indiana Street near Cesar Chavez | $10 in costume, $20 in Clark Kent | The 5th annual SuperHero Street Fair brings out the superhero in everyone with live music, art, and a large bazaar (7 stages with 13 sound camps!) which houses the electronic music festival. Don’t forget to stop by the “SuperHero Awards,” which honors outstanding individuals and organizations who are performing heroic feats every day!
Saturday, September 27th | 12PM – 5PM | Thee Parkside | FREE with RSVP ($5 gets you in an hour early) | With raffles, live bands, and guest DJs, what more can you ask for of the Bay Area Record Fair? How about the chance to buy music directly from dozens of Bay Area record labels, such as Fat Wreck Chords, Slumberland, and 1-2-3-4 Go!.
Saturday, September 27th | 4PM – 8PM | Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California | $80 | Oktoberfest was so last weekend; this week, it’s all about Sake! Sample and learn about sake at 1840 Sutter Street in Japantown for this year’s Sake Day celebration! Don’t forget your IDs!
Sunday, September 28th | 11AM – 4PM | Excelsior Neighborhood | FREE | The Excelsior Action Group is once again presenting their annual Excelsior Arts & Music Festival for a fun, free, family-friendly time! Created to showcase civic pride, this year’s theme is “Greening the Excelsior through Art.” The festival – which includes live music, multi-cultural food, and activities – will be held on Ocean Avenue (between Mission Street and Persia Avenue) and on San Juan Avenue (between Mission Street and Alemany Boulevard).
Sunday, September 28th | 12PM – 5PM | Golden Gate Park: Sharon Meadow | FREE | Alice 97.3 is hosting Now & Zen Fest again on Sunday in Golden Gate Park (Sharon Meadow)! The star-studded lineup includes Neon Trees, Matt Nathanson, American Authors, and Lindsey Stirling among others. Don’t forget to have your bike valeted for free at the main entrance.