Valentine’s Day is around the corner, but that shouldn’t be the only thing to celebrate for the entire month of February. Remember, the month is short, so make those 28 days count! Make plans with your friends and family this month and enjoy what San Francisco has to offer.
We’ve done the deep research for you on the best things to do in San Francisco including museums, cultural events and food tours and more. Speaking of food, we also have an extensive list of our best restaurants in San Francisco, and if you’re planning a weekend, the best places to stay. Take a peek below and join in on all the fun!
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Chinese New Year Parade
Named one of the top ten parades in the world by the International Festivals & Events Association — The SF Chinese New Year Parade is an event you don’t want to miss. Enjoy floats, lion dancers, stilt walkers, Chinese acrobats, and a Golden Dragon in historic Chinatown.
More info: chineseparade.com
SF Beer Week
The frothiest event returns to the city with some of the best brews in the bay. Enjoy new or local craft beers on tap from the best breweries along the West Coast.
More info: sfbeerweek.org
The Great San Francisco Pillow Fight
Hundreds of San Franciscans gather at the Embarcadero Plaza every Valentine’s Day to participate in the annual Great SF Pillow Fight. Spend your Valentine’s Day smacking your loved ones with your fluffiest pillow and sharing memorable laughs
More info: facebook.com/pillowfightsf
Noise Pop Festival
From its humble beginnings in 1993 as a single night, Noise Pop Festival has remained a staple to the local SF music scene. For their 30th anniversary this year, Noise Pop will be headlining classic indie bands and showcasing rising bands.
More info: noisepopfest.com
BroadwaySF Presents Mean Girls
Based on the 2004 film written by Tina Fey, Mean Girls will have you howling with laughter and crying with joy as the protagonist, Cady, tries to fall in love, make new friends and become one of the infamous plastics until eventually conquering all her fears and becoming the queen of high school.
More info: goldengatetheatresf.com