Superhumanoids at the Rickshaw Stop

We’re excited to co-present the Superhumanoids show at the Rickshaw Stop on September 15th! The Los Angeles trio is known for their playful, ’80s-referencing synth lines and dark, seething electronics. Their dark, synth-heavy style is the perfect soundtrack to staying out a little too late, or getting a little too lost in an unfamiliar city. Tickets are on sale now.

Bar Program Announced for SF Street Food Festival

Adding to the many new additions to this year’s event, the SFSFF will showcase an increased assortment of specialty cocktails and beer featuring libations from an array of local drink purveyors, including: Mission Bowling Club, Café Du Nord, Odd Job, Smokestack, Locanda, and Sweets Collection. The Whole Foods Market Hops & Crafts Beer Garden will serve brews from Magnolia, Goose Island, Anchor Stream, Cali Craft, 21st Amendment, Stone Brewery, and Fort Point. General bars will offer well drinks, wine, and a selection of beers including Bud Light, Shock Top, Stella Artois, Hoegaarden, and Montejo. To promote a more cohesive dining experience, visitors will be allowed to enjoy their beverages throughout the festival as they visit purveyors.

Music Lineup & Visual Artists Announced for the SF Street Food Festival

Adding to the culinary programming, this year’s SFSFF will also debut a live music component with an exciting roster of local Bay Area talent, including: Talk In Tongues, Matt Jaffe & The Distractions, Kendra McKinley, Crashing Hotels, Sugar Candy Mountain; DonCat, and San Francisco Rock Project.

Art installations include an interactive 40’ Golden Gate Bridge sculpture crafted from reclaimed wood, by SF artist Ernest “Hoodie” Salina, along with five unique art towers displayed atop the food pods, painted by artists Lynn Rubenzer, Daryll Peirce, Erik Otto, Rye Quartz, and Lauren YS. SFSFF 2015 will also include a room dedicated to interactive and collaborative local art, and guests can contribute to a community mural with ArtSpan, interact with a sculpture by Hoodie, or view a selection of art from The Midway Gallery’s current exhibition. Artists include Alec Huxley, Carly Ivan Garcia, Lynn Rubenzer, KeFe, and Steve Ferrera.