San Francisco February 2022 Events

San Francisco February 2022 Events

Escape Winter and Enjoy Sunny Days in San Fran

Average temperature low and high: 48° - 61°
Unlike other parts of the country, San Francisco is a great place to visit in February if you are trying to escape harsh winter weather. Winters here are rather mild, opening the door for fun both indoors and outdoors. In fact, it's sunnier in February than it is in the summer! The city tends to be a little more quiet around this time of the year, giving the perfect opportunity to explore without dealing with crowds. Some events may be postponed or different this year due to COVID-19, we will do our best to update this page with any new information.

February Event Calendar

Zap Wine Festival

Zap Wine Festival

Learn more about your favorite wines at the Zap Wine Festival in San Francisco! Meet other red wine lovers and top producers of wine. Tickets are available through membership with ZAP and start at $50 with varying levels of membership.

Salsa Rueda Festival

Salsa Rueda Festival

Dance the night away at the annual Salsa Rueda Festival, the largest and longest-running Cuban dance and music event in the nation. Enjoy live bands, classes, and social dancing during this event. Tickets are available online and start at $22 for workshops and $20 for nightly events.

Chinese NY Year of the Ox on Parade

Chinese NY Year of the Ox on Parade

Celebrate Chinese New Year with one of the top ten Parades in the world, according to the International Festivals and Events Association. This year will look different due to COVID-19, 11 life-sized Oxen will be publicly displayed across San Francisco to help ring in the new year of the Ox. See the map of sculptures (to be updated Feb. 3) here. 

SF Beer Week

SF Beer Week

Apart of California Beer Week, attend the San Francisco Beer Week, which features events to enjoy, a wide range of craft beers, and amazing spirits from local and famous national craft beer experts. Furthermore, if you are looking forward to promoting your own company, product, or service, enroll in the SFBW sponsorship program for opportunities to skyrocket your sales.

 

THE BAND'S VISIT at the Dolby Theatre

THE BAND\'S VISIT at the Dolby Theatre

Head down to the Golden Gate Theatre for an unforgettable evening enjoying one of the most celebrated musicals, winner of 10 Tony Awards: THE BAND'S VISIT. This musical will bring you to laughter, tears, and ultimately, create a sense of unity. It also features music and lyrics by Tony Award and Drama Desk Award winner David Yazbe. Tickets can be purchased here!

Fog City Magic Fest

Fog City Magic Fest

The Fog City Magic Fest is returning to EXIT Theater. The event is co-curated by Magicians Jay Alexander and Christian Cagigal. Prepare to be shocked as you witness the masters of magic performing "acts of the impossible" and close up sleight of hand tricks. You won't believe your eyes. You can check out their Facebook page for more details.

Noise Pop Festival

Noise Pop Festival

Enjoy the famous, week-long arts and music festival in San Francisco, the Noise Pop Festival. The festival is held along the San Francisco Bay and features famous and emerging artists, live music, pop shows, and beverages. 

San Francisco Events in February

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Things to Do in San Francisco in February

Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf
A visit to this historic area is a must add to your San Francisco to do list! It is an iconic landmark in San Francisco, and it's history starts in the Gold Rush days in the 1800s. Italian immigrants would sail over for the days catch. The cable car invented by Andrew Hallidle in 1873 still runs along the Wharf and there are plenty of interesting landmarks and plaques throughout. In addition to being filled with cool history, there is a range of hotels, specialty restaurants, famous attractions, unique shops, breathtaking scenery and entertainment.

Explore Chinatown

Explore Chinatown
Don't miss out on visiting the vibrant area of Chinatown in San Francisco! Both the main streets and the back allies are filled with cool, quirky shops and authentic eateries. Even if you don't opt to shop or eat, it's still a great area to to wander around. Plus, you can expect Chinatown to be extra spirited during this time for Chinese New Year (Year of the Ox) celebrations.