Totally Awesome Weekend Events In The Bay Area

FREE Friday Night Bands on the Beach continues at Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk this Friday, August 24, with Starship featuring Mickey Thomas. They'll be playing two shows but get there early for a good spot. 

 

Redwood City Music In The Square-Friday Night from 6-8pm 

Redwood City is well known for its events, but Friday night's Music on the Square is one of the most treasured nights of summer! Come to check out New Wave + Modern Rock Hits Neon Velvet plus Art on the Square. Courthouse Square in Redwood City from 6-8 pm 

Neon Velvet-Imagine all the sass and the glamour of the 80's New Romantics (Duran Duran, Bowie) in a lurid embrace with the potent synth rock of today (The Killers, Franz Ferdinand). The result is a devilishly fun night of sexy dance music. Neon Velvet is the elite Modern Rock Dance Party blending New Wave and Modern Pop Hits that packs the dance floor and delivers an unforgettable time!

 
 

Silicon Valley Pride Parade and Festival is this weekend, August 25 & 26 at Plaza de Cesar Chavez Park in downtown San Jose.

Celebrate Unity, Diversity & Strength!  The evening festival happens Saturday, 8/25 from 6p-11p.  Featuring some of the most chart-topping Bay Area DJ talents in the business.  The Parade starts at 10am on Sunday, 8/26 along Market Street.  The festival grounds will open once the Parade ends.  Enjoy live entertainment, a family garden, the High-Tech Pavilion, food, drinks and more!  Tickets are available at the door, $5 each day.  For more information, please visit svpride.com.

 

Palo Alto Festival Of The Arts is this weekend, August 25 - 26-FREE-10AM TO 6 PM 

The festival celebrating its thirty-seventh year, the Palo Alto Festival of the Arts takes place annually on tree-lined University Avenue in beautiful downtown Palo Alto, featuring 300 fine artists and crafters whose display booths are placed back-to-back along University Avenue.

 

2018 Chinatown Street Fest-Oakland 

Come to the 31st annual Chinatown StreetFest, spanning eight blocks of Chinatown, with more than 200 booths showcasing a myriad of delicious foods and unique Asian products, to experience the traditions that Oakland’s Chinatown has so diligently preserved.

There will be arts & crafts, live music, cultural entertainment, and attractions for families and children.

 
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