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Events
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Upcoming Events

2023

9/16

Noche Mexicana

Mission Cultural Center

7:00PM

 

2021

9/16

Fiesta de las Américas

24th St San Francisco

11:00-4:00PM

 

2021

5/14

Día de las Madres

SF Exploratorium

10:00-4:00PM

 

2021

5/13

Mexico Lindo y Querido

Brava Theater

7:00 PM

 

2021

4/7-4/9

Cuba Caribe

Dance Mission Theater

8:00 PM

 

2021

3/17

Viva el Mariachi

Mission High School

6:00 PM

2021

3/12

Aida Salazar's Book Release 'Jovita Wore Pants'

Oakland's Fairyland

11:30

2021

2022

12/12

Celebración del día de la Virgen

St. Mary's Cathedral

8:00 PM

 

2021

11/2

Una Ofrenda at the Crossroads

Brava Theater

7:00 PM

Bringing together artists from Calle 24 organizations to reclaim the traditions of Dia De Los Muertos in the Mission, and return the celebration to the communities directly connected with its origins in a physically, emotionally and culturally safe space. This uniquely SF-Mission event fuses Meso-American traditions with modern social justice practices & customs for honoring our ancestors with our art we create a protection; of each other, our cultures, our traditions and our spaces.

2021

10/29

Día de los Muertos Celebration

De Young Museum

12:00-2:00PM

In honor of Dia de los Muertos, join us for a celebration of music, dance, and culture.

Dia de los Muertos (or Day of the Dead) is celebrated in Mexican and Latin American communities on November 1st and 2nd as a symbolic way to honor those who have died and their cycle of life. It combines ancient and colonial traditions, folk customs, and spiritual beliefs.

2021

10/15

World Arts West presents Dances in the Park

Presidio Main Parade Lawn

12:00-5:00PM

World Arts West, producer of the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival celebrates our return to live programming with a full day of FREE, FAMILY FRIENDLY multicultural performances.

2021

10/1

Sii Agua Si- Latinx and Indigenous Dance Festival

18th Street between Church and Dolores

3:00-9:00PM

FLACC 2022: sii agua sí (water water yes) - "sii" is the Ohlone word for "water."  In memory of the blocked and soil-filled waterways that once flowed in this region and in honor of the 5700 local Indigenous ancestors buried in the cemetery at the Mission Dolores,  FLACC is centralizing the voices and themes of the land-based site in collaboration and solidarity with local Ohlone leaders, SF Parks, Dance Mission Theater, American Indian Cultural District and other community partners. Through community rituals, live performance installations and historical talks, sii agua si is symbolically re-filling the site with water (sii) to bring awareness and healing to a painful history of cultural genocide and ecocide that seeps beneath the streets of the Mission District.

2021

6/22

Cuicacalli Summer Camp

Brava Theater

9:00-2:00PM

Cuicacalli (House of culture) Summer Camp offers a Spanish bilingual, challenging, and culturally rich program for children ages 6 to 12 where we use San Francisco as our learning canvas. Our program home is based in San Francisco's Latino Cultural District at BRAVA Theater. Our classes are intertwined with learning inside and outside on weekly field trips.

2021

5/6 and 5/7

Mexico Lindo y Querido

Brava Theater

México Lindo y Querido" is Cuicacalli's Ballet Folklórico performance that will take the audiences on a journey through diverse regions of México through music and dance. Indigenous, European, and African styles of music and dance were fused to create what we know as Folklore Mexicano.

2021

5/5

Cinco de Mayo Celebration

San Francisco Giants Game

Frida Kahlo Immersive Exhibit

5:00PM

Buenas! Damas y catrines, join Los Gigantes de San Francisco as we celebrate Cinco de Mayo Night. Rep your Mexican pride with the Gigantes themed T-Shirt included with your purchase. We will honor the rich culture with special pre-game entertainment. Partial proceeds will be donated to local charities.

The immersive biography of Frida Kahlo is presented without reproductions of paintings by artist with the intention of taking a further step in the new immersive languages. The innovative proposal explores the artist’s biography through collections of historical photographs, original films, digital environments, artistic Installations, collector’s items and newly created music that reproduce the most relevant moments of her life, inviting visitors to discover the incredible story that built the myth.

2021

3/5

DeYoungsters Day Out

De Young Museum

9:30-5:15PM

De Youngsters Day Out is an annual, all-day event with hands-on art making activities, entertainment by community partners, and workshops and presentations by local contemporary artists interpreting our collection, with activities both inside and outside the museum.

2021

2021

November: Reclamisión

October: New Roots Theater Festival

May: San Francisco Carnaval

2021

2020

October: Baile en la Calle

March: Jovenes del Barrio

2021

2008-2019

Cuba Caribe
Festival of Latin American Contemporary Choreographers
SF's Carnaval
Dance Mission’s “D.I.R.T Dancing In Revolt(ing) Times
San Francisco Davies Symphony Hall’s Community Concert “Día de Los Muertos”
Loco Bloco’s “Reclamisión”
SF De Young Museum
Oakland Museum
SF Mexican Museum 
American Indian Heritage Celebration
World Arts West Rotunda Series

Mission Youth Arts Festival
Community Music Center’s “Jovenes del Barrio" "
Africa en La Sangre
Fiesta de las Americas 
BRAVA Theater's "Son Jarocho Festival"

2021

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