Held in the most underrated neighborhood in San Francisco, at the cross streets of Noriega and 46th, the first annual Ocean Beach Music and Arts Festival is going down this Saturday, October 11. Residents of the Sunset don’t need to be convinced that the avenues south of the park are worth celebrating, but if the only news you get of the Outer Sunset comes from Karl the Fog, listen up.
In collaboration with The Outer Noriega Merchant Association, the residents and small businesses of the Outer Sunset are banding together to celebrate the culture of Noriega Street and the historical value of Ocean Beach. The family-friendly event will feature two beer gardens, live art installations, a petting zoo, pumpkin patch, food vendors and over twenty live bands spread over six stages. With iconic reggae artist Don Carlos joining SF favorites like The She’s and Down and Outlaws at the top of the lineup, the festival is sure to attract a mixed-bag of people looking to take part in something local and completely free!
OB Music Festival
Noriega Street between 45th and 47th Avenues
October 11, 2014
11am-7pm, FREE (all ages)