You’ve worked hard all week, and now Friday’s here again! It’s time to start planning your weekend! Welcome to Weekend Planner, your weekend update on fun.
Every Friday we put together a list of the weekend events we think look most interesting and provide them here. Keep in mind there is always a lot more going on, and all it takes is a little digging to find something that will be the perfect activity for you.
Click on any of the event titles for a link to the event.
Friday, October 27
Stern Grove, San Francisco
3 PM, All Ages
Scaregrove returns to Stern Grove, on Friday, October 27, 2017 from 3 to 9 pm. An “out of this world” Halloween event, this year’s event will feature a costume contest and parade, haunted houses, hay rides, carnival rides, giant inflatables, food for sale and live entertainment.
Tickets are now available at the McLaren Lodge Annex (501 Stanyan Street in Golden Gate Park) Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 5 pm, until the day of the event, or by mail until October 20 by calling (415) 831-6800.
King St. Event Space, San Francisco
9 PM, Ages: 21+
This space with its incredible layout is composed of 2 Massive Venues Featuring: -Over 20,000 Square Feet Of Party Space -State Of The Art Lighting -Insane Sound System -4 Distinct Sections -An Outdoor Area -2 Lofts -6 DJs -2 Dancefloors
2 Rooms Of Top 40 . EDM . Hip-Hop . Club Hits
Winner of the USA Redbull 3 Style DJ competition!
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, J Espinosa began perfecting his craft at the age of 14. In 2001, at the age of 17, he made his radio DJ debut on Wild 94.9/KYLD San Francisco, and shortly after that became the youngest DJ to hold down a full time mixshow at the time. Fast forward to today, J.Espinosa has become one of the most listened to and influential DJs that the San Francisco Bay Area has seen in quite a while.
J. Espinosa keeps the dancefloors packed, radios blaring, and ears ringing every night of the week. Any style, any genre, any club, any task is simple and by far acheivable for the fact that J Espinosa’s career has always been based on two things… QUALITY and SKILL, making him one of the most sought after and seasoned DJs to come out of the Bay Area.
He is also the official in-game DJ for San Francisco Giants and the Oakland Raiders.
DJ DVS DJ RONNIE ROMERO
SWIIISH AKA DJ ISHH & DJ SWIIIPE
Saturday, October 28
Treasure Island, San Francisco
10 AM, All Ages
*** JOIN and enter into our raffle to win a $100 spree. Winner is announced Friday 10/27/17 ***
Treasure Island Flea – Halloween Special Activities:
+ FREE pumpkin patch! First 1000 each day can claim a free mini pumpkin. + DIY Halloween jewelery, pumpin painting and other spooky workshops + Costume contest! Adults, kids, and dogs can compete at 1pm for prizes, drinks, and Flea Fame! + Trick or treating! trick or treat at the 400+ vendor booths. + Special hallowen themed drinks at the TI Flea bat and goblins food at the 30+ food trucks!
TREASURE ISLAND FLEA SNAPSHOT – The last full weekend of every month – Monthly market hosts 400+ local artists, makers, designers, antique collectors, under ground food start-ups, & more. – 3 Full bars featuring a variety of local wine, craft beers, and seasonal cocktails. – DIY community workshops & carnival games. – 25+ Food Trucks & Food Tents – Scavenger hunts. – $3 Entry, kids 12 & Under Free – Kid zone with games for all ages – 2+ local bands each day – Pet friendly – Free parking
Mayes Oyster House, San Francisco
2 PM, Ages: 21+
The San Francisco Halloween Pub Crawl is back and it’s bigger than ever! Last year, over 5000 costumed crawlers took over Polk Street for $3 drinks, music, dancing, costume contests more! Think of it as Trick ‘r Treating….for adults. This year, we are expecting well over 5,000 participants for the biggest pub crawl in the city!
There will be Pub Crawls on Friday, October 27, Saturday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 31!
Tickets for Friday, October 27:
Tickets for Saturday, October 28:
Tickets for Tuesday, October 31:
Or Purchase a 2-day or 3-Day Pass and save Money!
PUB CRAWL CHECK-IN LOCATIONS & TIMES:
Mayes (1233 Polk Street): 1PM to 6PM *early check-in at 1PM Playland (1117 Polk Street): 2PM to 6PM Rouge (Broadyway @ Polk): 2PM to 8PM
*You can check in at any of the locations. Special Will be available from 2PM to 10PM at all of the bars unless otherwise noted.
FREE M RIDE PUB CRAWL SHUTTLE:
With 20 Bars on the Pub Crawl, there are a lot of cool spots to go to. Make things easier with the M Ride Pub Crawl Shuttle. We will have several shuttles going along the Pub Crawl Route and you can hop on/hop off as you please! The Buses will run from 4PM to 8PM.
Bus Hop On/Hop Off Locations:
Mayes : (1233 Polk Street)
Wreck Room: (1390 California Street)
Cabin: (1750 Polk Street)
Shanghai Kelly’s: (2064 Polk Street)
Brickyard: (1787 Union Street)
*Buses will run in a continuous loop
M RIDE CONCERT SHUTTLES AND PARTY BUSES : http://www.mride.com
THE AFTERPARTY: TBD
MAYES – MCTEAGUES – LUSH LOUNGE – BLUR – BITTERS – VERTIGO – PLAYLAND – SODA POPINSKI’S – CABIN – WRECK ROOM – SHANGHAI KELLY’S – ROUGE – BULLITT – TONIC – ROYAL OAK – HOUSE RULES – BRICKYARD – BAR NONE – BLUE LIGHT and more!
COSTUMES: Although not required, we would love for everyone to wear a costume!
PHOTOS: We have 4 Photographers at the Pub Crawl, so make sure to get some great shots with your group!
CRAWLSF VIPs: CrawlSF Season Pass Holders will be on the list +1. Just go to the Pub Crawl Check-in and show your ID to check in.
HOW DOES THIS WORK? Once you check in and receive your wristband and Pub Crawl Map, you can choose your own path. There will be too many people to be on a specific schedule, so you can just follow the crowd at your own pace. Specials will be available at ALL the bars during the event times.
Sunday, October 29
Fruitvale Transit Village, Oakland
10 AM, All Ages
Come to Oakland’s colorful Fruitvale neighborhood for the 22nd annual Dia De Los Muertos Festival at the Fruitvale Transit Village.
Now in its 22nd year, The Unity Council Día de Los Muertos Festival is a free, outdoor festival that brings over 60,000 people to the vibrant, culturally-rich Fruitvale neighborhood to enjoy world-class live music, family friendly games, rides and activities, traditional Latin American artisans, and the stunning altar artistic installations created by community members paying homage to los muertos.
Families across California join this event to experience live music, Ballet folklorico, Aztec dancers and to shop at the local artisan craft stands.