Looking to fill a couple hours of your day while in San Francisco? With so many offerings in the area, we’ve curated some of the top events this month so you don’t have to. Less researching and more enjoying your time in the area. Enjoy!
San Francisco Independent Film Festival
Twenty-five feature films and 65 short films, including Josef Kubota’s Catch the Fair One and Eddie Martin’s Once We were Kids, which revisits Larry Clark’s movie that kick-started the careers of Chloë Sevigny and Rosario Dawson, are shown at San Francisco’s Roxie Theater and in virtual formats.
More info: sfindie.com
Don your best clock hat and bring your lorgnettes for an immersive party dedicated to the delights and romantic longings of an era, celebrated this year with a Revival theme, ballroom dancing, stage shows and absinthe cocktails for the adults in the crowd.
More info: edwardianball.com
February 5, 8
The outlandish costumes are as sure to be back as the jangly vocals of a multidisciplinary artist who titled this show “Cornucopia,” practically ensuring it will be her most elaborate and theatrical stage concert yet.
More info: chasecenter.com
February 9–March 27
Hast thou been of late to an immersive experience? Fear not, for the latest version takes a stab at recreating the 20th century artist for a 21st century crowd with more than 200 works by the inimitable Spanish artist that considers his evolution from the Bleu and Rose periods to later masterpieces in cubism and surrealism.
More info: imagine-picasso.com
Lunar New Year Festival & Parade
The dragon-snapping, firecracker-cracking San Francisco parade and festival roars back after a year’s absence to celebrate the Year of the Tiger with a month of events, including a street fair, Miss Chinatown pageant, basketball jamboree and more.
More info: chineseparade.com