San Francisco July 2021 Events

San Francisco July 2021 Events

San Francisco Offers Ways to Explore Outdoors this Summer as the City Comes Back to Life

Average temperature low and high: 54°-67°
The state of California officially reopened in June, so the city is buzzing with excitement. Summer in San Francisco stays relatively mild, ranging between the mid-50s to high 60s. The notorious summer fog continues through this month, mainly being in the mornings and evenings, so still a perfect month for those wanting to enjoy outdoor events and fun.

July Event Calendar

Fourth of July Pub Crawl

Fourth of July Pub Crawl

No better way to celebrate Independance Day than by bouncing around different bars offering special deals and prices. Organizers have expressed that too many people are expected to follow a  specific bar-hopping schedule. After checking in for a writband at Mayes, they encourage you to just follow the crowd at your own pace. Specials will be available at 6 bars included in the celebration (from 4PM to 10PM.) You can also opt to enter in the annual hot dog eating contest. More info can be found here. 

Mean Girls

Mean Girls

"It's not a regular musical, it's a cool musical." Mean Girls began as a popular and classic coming of age comedy film that recently turned into an equally hysterical Broadway musical. Laugh all night at the show centered around Cady, a student from South Africa, who moves to Illinois and tries to adjust to her new high school. Get your tickets here. 

San Francisco Events in July

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Things to Do in San Francisco in July

Visit classic arcade spot: Musée Mécanique

Visit classic arcade spot: Musée Mécanique
Visit this antique, coin-operated arcade that’ll take you on a trip down memory lane — jam-packed with classic arcade games, old school phone booths, fortune tellers and much much more. This arcade will keep visitors entertained all day! Perfect for families, friends, and colleagues. Prices range from 1¢ to $1 per game, with most games costing 25¢ to 50¢.

Visit the Japanese Tea Gardens

Visit the Japanese Tea Gardens
Take advantage of the short window in San Francisco where traditional cherry blossoms bloom and stroll through the oldest Japanese garden in the country, which dates back to 1894. You’ll feel transported to another land with the intricate Japanese architecture and landscaping. The beautiful gardens include a koi fish pond, a 5-story pagoda, a tranquil rock garden, and a teahouse. Entrance fee is $8 per person.