Halloween in SOMA West is Full of Treats!
With so many to choose from, there is something for everyBODY.
SOMA WEST Farmers Market & Halloween Party | SOMA West CBD
October 29th from 9 am -1 pm @Eagle Plaza - 12th st. @Harrison
FREE Kids activities from 10 am to 12 pm
With fun arts, crafts, games & pumpkin decorating.
Costumes encouraged but not required.
Live Music from @ukulenny And support from The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
And as always, our amazing vendors offer delicious fresh bakery, coffee, seafood, produce & more
HELL HOLE w/ Vander Von Odd 10/30 + Jaida Essence Hall 10/31 Tickets, Multiple Dates |
🔥THIS HALLOWEEN!🔥The Event of the YEAR is back… for THREE NIGHTS! 😈 Get READY for HELL HOLE 2022! W/ Headliners Vander Von Odd (10/30) + Jaida Essence Hall (10/31)!
HAUNTED ROOFTOP MAZE, AERIALISTS + FIRE DANCERS, MIDNIGHT DRAG SPECTACULAR
IMMERSIVE DANCE FLOOR,$300 COSTUME CONTESTS,DEMON GO-GOS,WICKED PHOTO BOOTH
sooo much more!
GAWDZILLAH Tickets, Sun, Oct 30, 2022 at 1:00 PM | Eventbrite
Welcome to GAWDZILLAH the annual Halloween Dance Party and Costume Contest
or our sober freaks and fellows. Get started on your Halloween Costume cuz there will be prizes and cash
for spooky and sexy looks!
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FASTER! PUSSY CAT! KILL! KILL! — CAT CLUB (sfcatclub.com)
A very Queer Halloween party w/ Djs: GRUMPYLILSHIT (morning after pill radio), ENGLESIA (born to rave), VAMPI (batcave), ARCHANGEL (ice cream social, bodyhack), BONITA BABY (vitamin1000), KKINGBOO (000coils), TOM MARSI (wet collective) and ROMII (mortes excitatio)
To Love and Be Loved In Return: Día de Los Muertos 2022 - SOMArts
Now in its 23rd year, SOMArts’ annual Día de Los Muertos exhibition is one of the most internationally diverse Day of the Dead celebrations in the United States.
Founded by beloved San Francisco artist and curator René Yañez, Día de Los Muertos at SOMArts merges traditional altars with contemporary installations, continuing to be a multigenerational gathering of remembrance while asserting the role of art as a platform for collective action. Continuing the legacy of René Yañez’s work, curator Rio Yañez welcomes co-curator Anaís Azul to the exhibit.
This year, artists to reflect on how those we have lost have taught us to love and be loved in return. As we navigate a world troubled with war and injustice, we are more connected to each other than we ever thought possible. Love is the orchestrator connecting us to our departed and the action grounding our communities in healing.