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Weekend Planner: October 28th, 2022

View of San Francico,with Bay Bridge in the background.

Happy Friday Everyone! You've worked hard all week, and now it's time to have fun! Getting out and enjoying the beautiful Bay Area, as well as enjoying the company of friends old and new, is great for your mental health. So check out some of our favorite events from around the Bay that you can attend this weekend!

Click on any of the event titles for a link to the event.


Friday, October 28th

Off The Grid Food Truck San Francisco Fort Mason Center

Fort Mason Center, San Francisco

5 PM, Ages: All


Re-emerging for its 12th season, Off the Grid: Fort Mason Center is the Bay Area’s most beloved and anticipated community event, as well as the largest recurring nighttime street food festival in Northern California. After a challenging couple of years, we’re ready to reignite the San Francisco food scene with our flagship marketplace in full style. This year’s event will highlight both creators and guests through a more dynamic way to experience this one-of-a-kind destination. Together, we can throw a heartfelt celebration of resilience, community and the small businesses that make this city so vibrant.


Halloween Costume Party at the W Hotel in San Francisco

W Hotel, San Francisco

9 PM, Ages: 21+


Join us for One of a Kind Special Halloween Costume Party! THREE SEPARATE ROOMS, Hottest DJs, Best Halloween Decorations, Dancers, and more!

Looking for the best Halloween Party that San Francisco has to offer? Aykut Events known by organizing the MOST fun and absolutely best Halloween Events in The Bay Area. This will be the Premier Halloween celebration in San Francisco again by far! Please secure your Tickets now before they’re all gone and join us for One of a Kind Special Halloween :)

THREE SEPARATE ROOMS, Hottest DJs, Best Halloween Decorations, Dancers, Drummers and more! AMAZING Line Up...




EDM, House, Top 40, Club Anthems,

International House Beats & Hits,

Persian, Reggaeton, Latin, Hip-Hop music by DJs








Costume Contests with Great Prizes!


- Tickets Include access to ALL event rooms.

- 21 & Up only.

- No refunds.

- This is a costume event. No Costume, No Entry.



Saturday, October 29th

Crawloween San Francisco Pub Crawl Halloween Themed

Mayes Oyster House, San Francisco

11 AM, Ages: All


25+ Bars – Over 10,000 Attendees – Cheap Beer, Shots & Cocktails – DJs - Free M Ride Party Shuttle

The Biggest Halloween Party in San Francisco

The San Francisco Halloween Pub Crawl is back and it’s bigger than ever! Last year, over 9000 costumed crawlers took over Polk Street for cheap drinks, music, dancing, costume contests more! Think of it as Trick ‘r Treating….for adults. This year, we are expecting well over 10,000 participants for the biggest pub crawl in the city!

This is the ticketing page for Saturday, 10/29. Details about other days of the Halloween Pub Crawl available at:

PUB CRAWL CHECK-IN LOCATIONS & TIMES (for Saturday, October 29):

You can check in at any of the locations below:

Mayes (1233 Polk Street): 2PM to 6PM

Nick’s Crispy Tacos (Broadway @ Polk): 2PM to 8PM

Del Mar (2125 Lombard Street): 2PM to 8PM

Tupelo (1337 Grant Ave.): 2PM to 8PM

*You can check in at any of the locations. Specials Will be available from 2PM to 10PM at all of the bars.


The Crawloween Pub Crawl on Saturday, October 29 will take place at over 40 bars in Russian Hill, Polk Gulch, North Beach, The Marina and The Tenderloin. Participating bars include:

Mayes Oyster House, McTeagues Saloon, Route 101, Lush Lounge , R Bar, Decodance, Piroo, Barley, Hanaro, Amsterdam Cafe, Kung Fu Action Theater, The Outsider, Nitecap, Owl Tree, Persona, Obscenity, Last Drop Tavern, El Lopo, California Jack’s, Wreck Room, Trade Routes, Shanghai Kelly’s, Nick’s Crispy Tacos, The Buccaneer, Outre, Sacred Taco, The Brixton, Comet Club, Rockwell, Jaxson, Del Mar, Westwood, Silver Cloud, Lions Den, Bamboo hut, Hungry I, Fame, The Showdown, Tupelo, Tope, Gino & Carlo, Chief Sullivans, The Boardroom, Northstar Cafe and more!



Check out the Halloween Costume Idea Guide for 2022



Think you have a great costume? Enter the San Francisco Halloween Costume Contest during the crawl. Details will be announced soon!


Best Group Costume

Best Individual Costume

Free M Ride Pub Crawl Shuttle:

With over 40 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 shuttles going along the Pub Crawl Route and you can hop on/hop off as you please! The Buses will run from 3PM to 8PM.

Bus Hop On/Hop Off Locations:

Bus Routes will be announced soon!

*Buses will run in a continuous loop


COSTUMES: Although not required, we would love for everyone to wear a costume!

PHOTOS: We have several Photographers at the Pub Crawl, so make sure to get some great shots with your group!

AFTERPARTIES: Details Coming Soon

CRAWLSF VIPs: CrawlSF Season Pass Holders will be on the list. 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.

Diego Rivera Dancer

SFMOMA, San Francisco

All Weekend, Ages: All


The most in-depth examination of the artist’s work in over two decades, Diego Rivera’s America brings together more than 150 of Rivera’s paintings, frescoes, and drawings—as well as three galleries devoted to large-scale film projections of highly influential murals he created in Mexico and the United States. Rather than surveying his entire career, the exhibition focuses on Rivera’s work from the 1920s to the mid-1940s, when he was conceiving a new vision for North America informed by his travels in Mexico and the U.S.

Ten thematic galleries are dedicated to places like Tehuantepec and Manhattan that captured his imagination, and to his favorite subjects, such as street markets, popular celebrations, and images of labor and industry.

“Rivera was one of the most aesthetically, socially and politically ambitious artists of the 20th century,” notes guest curator James Oles. “He was deeply concerned with transforming society and shaping identity—Mexican identity, of course, but also American identity, in the broadest sense of the term. Because of his utopian belief in the power of art to change the world, Rivera is an essential artist to explore anew today, from a contemporary perspective.”

Diego Rivera’s America builds on SFMOMA’s collection of over 70 works by Rivera, one of the largest in the world. It also features paintings, drawings and frescoes borrowed from public and private collections in Mexico, the U.S. and the U.K., reuniting many for the first time since the artist’s death. Iconic and much-loved works, such as The Corn Grinder (1926), Dance in Tehuantepec (1928), Flower Carrier (1935) and Portrait of Lupe Marín (1938), will be shown alongside paintings that have not been seen publicly since leaving the artist’s studio.


Sunday, October 30th


Farmers Market Sunset San Francisco

37th and Ortega, San Francisco

9 AM, Ages: All


Come celebrate the summer season at the Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile with our Wednesday relaunch! The farmers market is now available Wednesdays, June 8th - August 10th, 3:00 pm-7:00 pm as well as every Sunday 9:00 am-3:00 pm year-round, rain or shine on 37th Avenue at Ortega. The Wednesday and Sunday Outer Sunset Farmers Market & Mercantile features ranchers, local farm fresh produce, unique artisan foods, delicious pop-up eateries, talented makers, local merchants, live music and an extensive Fun Zone for all ages. Music lineup on June 8th includes Young & Up Too late at 3 pm and Tyler H at 6 pm and local favorite, Olive the Storyteller, will weave her stories at 5 pm.

Join us in celebrating Juneteenth with special food, activities and two stages of live music to honor the day on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 19th. Local favorites Gumbo Social, Smokin’ D’s BBQ, Sunset Roasters and Yes, Pudding will be on-site with special Juneteenth menus. Local musicians include: Kaylah Marin, Hanif, Vazh, Allura Lex, Season of Us, Saint Pigeon, Dr. Rick and No Country. Please join us in recognizing this important day!

Eat, drink, shop, play, connect and be local at our Wednesday and Sunday markets under the trees! for more details.

The Red Shades Trans Superhero Rock Opera San Francisco

Z Space, San Francisco

1 PM, Ages: All


The Red Shades: A Trans Superhero Rock Opera

October 19 - November 5

on Z Space's Steindler Stage

Written by Adrienne Price

Music by Adrienne Price, Matt Fukui Grandy, and Jeanine Adkisson

Directed by Rotimi Agbabiaka and Edris Cooper-Anifowoshe

Mixing elements of rock concert, musical theater, and comic book action, The Red Shades tells the story of Ida, a teenage trans girl, who runs away from her small-town life to join a gang of trans superheroes squatting in the Tenderloin.

Set in 1966 against the backdrop of The Compton’s Cafeteria Riot, The Red Shades is "an unholy mashup of herstory, magic, mischief, gossip, hearsay, imagination, raw emotion, movement, music and unapologetic trans politics."

Sliding scale tickets ($0, $15, $30, $50)!

Come one, come all!

If you are financially able, please consider purchasing a full-price ticket. Z Space appreciates your support.

Show Schedule

Previews - Wednesday 10/19 - Friday 10/21

Opening Night - Saturday 10/22

Closing Night - Saturday 11/5

The show runs approximately 2 hours with one 15 minute intermission.

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