Sunday Streets 5th Anniversary Party

From Sunday Streets:

Sunday Streets 5 Years

Purchase your tickets today!

IT’S PARTY TIME! Sunday Streets 5th Anniversary Celebration Tuesday, September 17th, 6:00 – 10:00 PM

Come mix and mingle with San Francisco’s leadership and Sunday Streets fans! Purchase a ticket today; contributions are tax-deductable and will help sustain Sunday Streets into the future.  

Mix and mingle with SPECIAL GUESTS

Special Guest Emcee:  ”Connie Pinko” from Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

VIP Guests include:

  • California Lieutenant Governor and former SF Mayor Gavin Newsom
  • San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee
  • San Francisco Board of Supervisors members
  • San Francisco Civic and Elected leaders

Event highlights

  • Food provided by “The Spot” Catering
  • Adult beverages donated by Speakeasy and Anchor Breweries and Verbena Spirits
  • Live Entertainment by Hot Pocket, DJ Kingmost, Rin Tin Tiger, B-Boys and Non-Stop Bhangara
  • Sunday Streets short film directed and produced by SF Academy of Art Film School
  • Bike Valet service provided by the San Francisco Bike Coalition
  • Raffle Prizes! Win a PUBLIC bike, 49’ers tickets, gift certificates from City CarShare and more!


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