I continue with the FREE events in San Francisco, but this time it’s during the weekend. Want to do something different on Saturday and Sunday, but don’t know what to do yet? Let me help you decide:
Nuthouse at the Golden Squirrel
This event also takes place on Wednesdays in addition to Saturdays. You can enjoy excellent stand-up comedy in Oakland, in the heart of Rockridge’s. Every week there are different comedians, but this venue has hosted some famous people who have appeared on Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime etc. The bar has a varied drink menu and organic products.
Where: 5940 College Avenue, Oakland.
Time: from 7:30 pm on Wednesdays and 8 pm on Saturdays. Click here for more information. Admission allowed for people over 21.
Weekend Love – Dance for Free!
Delirium Bar and DJ Mike One will make your Saturday more danceable. Get ready for hip hop, reggae, house, reggaeton, and other rhythms. Admission allowed for people over 21.
Where: 3139 16th Street, San Francisco.
Time: from 9 pm to 2 am. Click here for more info.
Walking Tour of Mission Dolores Neighborhood
One of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, the tour shows the local culture, such as the native people, the first settlers, the defense of the residents to save the area from the 1906 earthquake, and much more!
Where: Meet at the gold-painted fire hydrant, SE corner of Church and 20th Street, San Francisco.
Time: Every Sunday at 10:30 am. The schedule on the website runs through February 2023. More information at San Francisco City Guides.
Lindy in the Park
26 years of free outdoor swing dancing. The event takes place only if the weather is favorable. Swing dance beginners are taught in the afternoon and veterans start dancing in the morning. All the DJs who play Lindy in the Park are volunteers. The more variety of DJs, the more variety of music.
Where: classes take place in Golden Gate Park between 8th and 10th Avenue, San Francisco.
Time: from 11 am to 2 pm. Click here for more information.
Roller Disco Party
Another totally FREE event at Golden Gate Park. The history with roller skating comes from the end of the XIX century, because since that time people started a place in the city just to practice the sport. The habit continued and from the XX century on, those who couldn’t afford to buy a skate could rent one.
The skating fever occurred in the 70s and 80s, but for sport lovers today, it is religious to meet on Sundays. If you are a beginner and are curious, just show up at the park and there will always be someone willing to teach you some steps of the roller disco dance.
Fun is guaranteed, and for FREE!
Where: Golden Gate Park, skate park at 6th Avenue and Kennedy Drive, San Francisco.
Time: from noon to 5pm. Click here for more information.
Didn’t read the previous content? Here it is: FREE events during the week in SF.