Weekend Roundup: July 19 - 21
By: Dan Rosenbaum
Photo by Jerome Decq
Get out of your comfort zone and experience new things. Here are our recommendations to make the most of your weekend...
Re-imagine dance in the middle of Fort Mason this weekend. Staged in and around Fort Mason Center’s iconic, 50,000 sq ft Festival Pavilion and inspired by Fort Mason’s past and present, this world premiere moves through images of travel, memory, the fluidity of the ocean, rope craft and maritime industry using the medium of site-reactive multi-dimensional dance. Harboring engages the space and interactive set pieces including a stack of shipping containers and a swinging frame/vessel to draw the viewer into an immersive experience. Purchase tickets.
Graffiti Arts Festival
In its 17th year, the Graffiti Arts Festival brings back its portable walls to Precita Park on Saturday. The walls are there for artists of all ages to express themselves with free paint, brushes, even aerosol paint cans. The festival goes from 1 PM to 6 PM.
Symphony in the Park
The weather is going to be nice and sunny this Sunday. It's a perfect excuse to pack a picnic basket, bring your friends and family, and join the San Francisco Symphony at the annual free concert in Dolores Park (at 18th and Dolores Streets in San Francisco)! No tickets required.
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