De Young Museum | March 24 -August 12
Cult of Machine: Humans, Technology, and Change. "Connections between the past and the present will be explored throughout this large-scale survey, which will feature more than 100 masterworks of American Precisionism by such modernists as Charles Sheeler, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Charles Demuth. This exhibition will shed scholarly light on the aesthetic and intellectual concerns undergirding the development of this important strand of early American modernism to explore the origins of its style, its relationship to photography, and its aesthetic and conceptual reflection of the economic and social changes wrought by industrialization and technology."
San Francisco Symphony | April 4-6
It's '80s movies night as the San Francisco Symphony plays along
San Francisco Film Festival | April 4-17
SF Film Festival is a showcase of cinematic discovery and innovation, featuring more than 180 films and live events. Theatres around the Bay area including Grand Lake Theater in Oakland, Dolby Cinema, and the Castro Theatre. Debuting April 4- 17
Dining Out For Life | April 24
Dine out at participating restaurants and help fund life-saving HIV services in San Francisco. 25% or more of your bill will be donated to support the free, local HIV prevention and care services that San Francisco AIDS Foundation provides to more than 25,000 people each year. Dining out for Life
The 52nd Edgewood Fair | April 26 & April 27
This event will benefit and celebrate the work and mission of Edgewood Center for Children and Families. The fair will take place at the beautiful Bently Reserve in San Francisco. By supporting the 52nd Edgewood Fair, you further Edgewood's ability each year to help thousands of children, youth, and families who are struggling with mental health challenges. Gala on Thursday, April 26 and luncheon on Friday, April 27.
SF Jazz Kronos Festival 2018 | April 26- 28
A quartet of local world music ambassadors returns with the three-day Kronos Festival at SF Jazz, featuring a collaboration with the Malian ensemble Trio Da Kali.
Art Market San Francisco | April 26-29, 2018
Art Market San Francisco will return to the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion this April for the celebrated art fair's anticipated eighth edition. The 2018 edition of Art Market San Francisco is pleased to present a significant selection of contemporary and modern artworks from returning Art exhibitors and exciting newcomers!
Head over Heels SF Curran Theatre | April 10- May 6
Head over Heels at the San Francisco Curran Theatre- A fearlessly fresh new musical comedy from music legends The Go-Gos. Director, Michael Mayer, calls it "A Shakespearean rom-com with an '80s soundtrack dealing with really contemporary themes."
Unbound: A festival of new works at the San Francisco Ballet | April 20- May 06
Twelve daring international choreographers explore dance without limits. The SF Ballet is celebrating the San Francisco spirit of curiosity, experimentation, and invention with UnBound- a festival of 12 world premieres spanning 4 programs over 17 days.
Taste of Potrero: May 3,
An evening of food and drink, featuring San Francisco's best restaurants and bars. This culinary event benefits Daniel Webster Elementary.
California Academy of Sciences Big Bang: Party After Dark | May 10, 2018
The creatures of the night come out! Open bars and complimentary bites, an all-new VIP experiences, a silent disco in the aquarium, and other surprises await.
Power in Numbers. The 30th Anniversary Gala and Awards Dinner | May 11, 2018
The San Francisco Housing Development Corporation (SFHDC) is celebrating its 30th anniversary at the California Academy of Sciences. An evening honoring Benard Simelton, President of the Alabama NAACP; Perman Hardy, Alabama Special Election Community Activist; and Kimberly Bryant, founder, and CEO of Black Girls Code.
San Francisco Jazz Festival | June 5-7, 2018
Over the ensuing two weeks, the festival will showcase over 100 shows including Ahmad Jamal, Monsieur Periné, Irma Thomas, and Arturo Sandoval.
Festival Napa Valley | July 20- 29, 2018
The world's best music, dance, and theater perfectly paired with Napa's fine wine and cuisine. The annual celebration of the art of life has transformed Napa Valley into a cultural destination.
Giants at AT&T Park
Conservatory of Flowers
Japanese Tea Garden
Golden Gate Bridge
Palace of Fine Arts
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Acquerello | 1722 Sacramento St., SF| 415-567-5432
Bix Restaurant | 56 Gold St., SF | 415-433-6300
Boulevard | 1 Mission St. SF| 415-543-6084
Burma Superstar | San Francisco, Oakland, Alameda
Gary Danko | 800 North Point St., SF | 415-749-2060
Hog Island Oyster Co. | One Ferry Building #11 | 415-391-7117
Keiko à Nob Hill | 1250 Jones St. | 415-829-7141
Kokkari Estiatorio | 200 Jackson St. | 415-981-0983
La Folie | 2316 Polk St., SF | 415-776-5577
Luce Restaurant at The InterContinental SF | 888 Howard St. | 415-616-6566
Manresa | 320 Village Ln., Los Gatos | 408-354-4330
Morimoto | 610 Main St., Napa | 707-252-1600
Nopa | 560 Divisadero St., SF | 415-864-8643
One Market | 1 Market St., SF | 415-777-5577
Spruce | 3640 Sacramento St. | 415-931-5100
SPQR | 1911 Fillmore St. SF | 415-771-7779
The Girl & The Fig | Sonoma Hotel, 110 W Spain St., Sonoma | 707-938-3634
Yank Sing | 2 locations: Stevenson St. and Rincon Center