San Francisco October 2022

San Francisco October 2022 Events

San Francisco October 2022 Events

A Chill and Adventure is in San Francisco's October Air.

Average temperature low and high: 65°- 75°
San Francisco is almost always pleasant, making San Francisco a popular destination all year round. October is no different. One of the centers of American history and culture, the city once called The Paris of the West has a lot to take in. Whatever it is you want to do - from parks in the sunshine to nightclubs in the moonlight - San Francisco has it and so much more. California will lift its mask mandates and businesses will resume full operations on June 15th.

October Event Calendar

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

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Don't miss the best Bluegrass music festival in the Bay area.  Hardly Strictly Bluegrass has remained completely free and unsponsored since its conception in 2001, and has featured such names as Emmylou Harris, Hazel Dickens, and Ricky Skaggs, to name a few.  In between sets, grab delicious food from local vendors and meet other bluegrass lovers.

Litquake

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Book lovers and booze lovers can come together for Litquake, a nealry month-long event of literary readings, author spotlights, and all things bookish, mixed with your favorite drinks. Browse to see what in-person events may interest you the online calander, many are free.

Aftershock

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Aftershock is a name fitting a festival built around the rumblings of rock and metal music. In the rock music scene, Aftershock is regarded as one of the top festivals in the country and features top musicians like Evanescence, KISS, My Chemical Romance, and Maggie Lindemann.  In between sets, enjoy delicious dishes prepared by local food vendors.  Tickets start at $129.

Biketoberfest

Biketoberfest

The BIKETOBERFEST is a fun annual event not just for bike lovers, but for everyone. Spend your day ogling at incredible bikes, going on group rides, listening to live music, drinking delicious brews, and eating some good food. Tickets for the brewfest can be purchased online. 

Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead

Join the community at 22nd and Bryant Street to celebrate the Day of the Dead. There will be a traditional blessing and afterward, there will be music, Aztec dancers, and participants dressed up in skeleton masks, holding flowers to honor loved ones who have passed. This event is free and open to the public.

Tiburon Wine Festival

Tiburon Wine Festival

Tiburon Wine Festival comes with a lot of fun activities, unique beer crafts, live music, local restraints, and around 50 wineries – all this available along with a beautiful bay view. Tiburon Wine Festival is one of the best Bay View’s event presenting over 10 local restaurants and 50 wineries. Moreover, the live music performances add much value to mid-60s wine tastings. Tickets are available online

Hocus Pocus Mewvie Night

Join us in our unique, spacious and zen Cat Lounge for a screening of one of our favorite Halloween classics, Hocus Pocus! Enjoy an hour and a half with 20+ rescue cats and kittens as you watch a fan favorite film. Includes a complimentary chilled beverage to be enjoyed with proof of vaccination and ID. Join us with the Sanderson sisters this Octopurr for back to back Caturdays of spoopy (yes, spoopy) fun!

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San Francisco Events in October

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Upcoming events

Sat, Oct 01 at Monarch The Monster Collective with special guest BRUJA! Arturo Garces + More
Sat, Oct 01 at The Great Northern Alter Ego: Carl Craig | 40 Thieves | Nina Sol b2b Patrick Wilson & More
Sat, Oct 01 at Love and Propaganda G-Eazy at Love + Propaganda
Sat, Oct 01 at Oasis PRINCESS w/ Lady Camden & Yvie Oddly
Sat, Oct 01 at Grand Nightclub OASIS SATURDAY
Sat, Oct 01 at The EndUp Elements of House Afterhours DELVE DEEPER Takeover
Things to do in San Francisco

Things to Do in San Francisco in October

Speakeasy at Bourbon and Branch

Speakeasy at Bourbon and Branch
Located a few blocks from Union Square, amid the Tenderloin, is a small speakeasy called Bourbon and Branch. Having operated continuously since the mid-1800s and surviving Prohibition, Bourbon and Branch retains its old-school vibe. While it requires knowing a password to enter or having a reservation, do not let that dissuade you. The lovingly crafted cocktails make the extra steps worth it.

Pier 39

Pier 39
Located on the northern side of the city and overlooking Alcatraz, Pier 39 is a place to spend an entire day if you felt so inclined. Sea lions line the pier, with restaurants, shops, and cafes occupying most of the pier. Popular places include Crabcakes and Sweets, Chowders, and the Candy Baron candy shop.