The "Big Easy" comes to Millbrae for this huge Mardi Grasstyle celebration featuring R&B, rock 'n' roll, jazz, and soul music, as well as arts and crafts, food and beverages, live performance, and activities for kids.
AUG 30SEPT 1
Art and Soul Festival Various venues, Oakl; (510) 444-CITY, www.artandsouloakland.com. 11am-6pm, $5-$10. Enjoy three days of culturally diverse music, food, and art at the eighth annual Comcast Art and Soul Festival, which features a Family Fun Zone and an expo highlighting local food and wine producers.
San Francisco Shakespeare Festival Various Bay Area locations; www.sfshakes.org. This nonprofit organization presents free Shakespeare in the Park, brings performances to schools, hosts theater camps, and more.
Mountain View Art and Wine Festival Castro between El Camino Real and Evelyn, Mountain View; (650) 968-8378, www.miramarevents.com. 10am-6pm, free. Known as one of America's finest art festivals, more than 200,000 arts lovers gather in Silicon Valley's epicenter for this vibrant celebration featuring art, music, and a Kids' Park.
Treasure Island Music Festival Treasure Island; treasureislandfestival.com. The second year of this two-day celebration, organized by the creators of Noise Pop, promises an impressive selection of indie, rock, and hip-hop artists.
Folsom Street Fair Folsom Street; www.folsomstreetfair.com. Eight days of Leather Pride Week finishes up with the 25th anniversary of this famous and fun fair.
Listings compiled by Molly Freedenberg.
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