The 20th Street corridor will once again be transformed into a FREE party to showcase and celebrate a diverse neighborhood that blends modern ideas with community traditions to create a new San Francisco experience.
This free, delicious summer feast and dance party will feature some of the City’s best restaurants, local businesses, and artisans as well as a variety of indie bands. The lineup will feature Y La Bamba, Con Brio, L.A. Witch, French Cassettes, Same Girls, King Isis, Louda Y Los Bad Hombres, and Strange Cities.
Curated by the non-profit culinary partner La Cocina, this year’s food lineup features sweet treats by Buko Bakes, fresh homemade Jamaican bites by Peaches Patties, authentic Mexican cuisine by Mi Morena SF and Origen, and much more. Catch all of these food vendors at the 20th Street Block Party!
The 20th Street corridor between Harrison and Bryant Streets will be transformed into a party to showcase and celebrate a diverse neighborhood that blends modern ideas with community traditions to create a new San Francisco experience. Go and hang out to celebrate longer days and warmer nights in the beloved Mission District in San Francisco. Get there with your friends, families, and neighbors while they promise to deliver the perfect pairing of food, drinks, love, and music! Did we mention it’s FREE?
THE LINEUP: Y La Bamba, Con Brio (San Francisco, CA), L.A. Witch (Los Angeles, CA), French Cassettes (Ripon, CA), Same Girls (Oakland, CA), King Isis (Oakland, CA), Louda Y Los Bad Hombres (San Francisco, CA), Strange Cities (San Francisco, CA).
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Noise Pop is committed to providing a fun, inclusive, and safe experience for fans, performers, vendors, and community residents at this year’s Block Party. The team takes safety very seriously and they are monitoring the situation closely with respect to COVID-19 and the new delta variant. In working closely with the San Francisco DPH, they will continue to adapt when necessary to make sure this is a safe event for all and in accordance with local health guidelines.