San Francisco September 2021 Events

San Francisco September 2021 Events

San Francisco in September is the Perfect Time to be Outside

Average temperature low and high: 56°- 71°
Sunny, cool, and beautiful, September is San Francisco's warmest month, topping out merely in the 70s. The weather makes it the perfect time to head out, perhaps with a light jacket, and enjoy San Francisco. Whether it's a taste of history and San Fran's unique culture, a bike ride across a marvel of engineering, or anything else that might cross your mind, San Francisco has you covered. The State of California will lift their mask mandates on June 15th to align with CDC guidelines.

September Event Calendar

Hamilton

Hamilton

Learn all about Alexander Hamilton and U.S. history while enjoying some cool hip-hop tunes through Lin Manuel Miranda's musical genius. Hamilton, the popular Broadway musical, is one of the biggest shows happening this month, so get your tickets while you can. 

California Rum Festival

California Rum Festival

Join in the 6th annual California Rum Festival. The event features more than 20 Rum brands serving delicious rums to about 700 to 800 participants. With lots of educational events and tastings, the California Rum Festival is divided several sessions starting from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

San Francisco Chinatown Autumn Moon Festival

Experience San Francisco's Chinatown culture at this annual celebration. The Chinatown Autumn Moon Festival will feature two days of entertainment, food, lion dancers and dragon parades, and more. It's an experience you won't want to miss out on. 

Day to Night Festival

Day to Night Festival

This single-day festival combines the beautiful, small island of Treasure Island with an eclectic mix of EDM. The Day and Night Festival aims to take the party to another level. Dance in the sun and into the moonlight by buying your tickets here.

Whiskies of the World - San Francisco

Whiskies of the World - San Francisco

Combine your love of great whiskey, delicious food and music aboard a beautiful yacht looking over the San Francisco Bay. The semi-annual event will bring together the finest group of distillers from all over the world to share their knowledge and provide samples of all types of whiskey. Over 100 whiskies including Bourbon, Irish, Scotch, Japanese and more will be featured so you can try and compare the different flavors and notes. 

There will also be an opportunity to meet the distillers, participate in a Whiskey Masterclass and sign up for the Cigar and Whisky pairing. 

FISHER: Bay Area Block Party

FISHER: Bay Area Block Party

Take a trip down to to Oakland for the second annual FISHER: Bay Area Block Party. It will feature vintage culture, live music, great food and drinks, and more. 

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San Francisco Events in September

Concerts

Theater & Headliners

Sports

Nightclubs

Fri, Sep 03 at Monarch Rrose | Mozhgan| Eichef
Fri, Sep 03 at Audio TSHA
Fri, Sep 03 at The Great Northern Amtrac
Fri, Sep 03 at Origin ESSENCE
Fri, Sep 03 at Oasis A-POP! w/ Jujubee & Jiggly Caliente
Sat, Sep 04 at The EndUp FRIDAY AFTERHOURS TILL 'THE SUN RISES AT THE ENDUP
Sat, Sep 04 at Oasis Jackie Cox: JackieVision
Sat, Sep 04 at DNA Lounge Bootie Mashup: Beyoncé's Birthday
Sat, Sep 04 at Monarch Girl, I'll House You ft Julius Papp, Franky Boissy, Charlotte The Baronness
Sat, Sep 04 at Audio CRi

Things to Do in San Francisco in September

Bike across the Golden Gate Bridge

Bike across the Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge is an icon of San Francisco and the most photographed bridge in the world. However, why see it, when you can conquor the 1.7 miles of steel and asphalt by biking from one end to the other. Open from sunrise to sunset, you can stop by Golden Gate Bridge Bike Rentals near the bridge, where rentals start at $36 a day.

Go vintage shopping in Haight Ashbury

Go vintage shopping in Haight Ashbury
The Haight-Ashbury District was once central to the counterculture movement of the 1960s. Once the home to rock stars like Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, and Jimi Hendrix, Haight-Ashbury is a mix of the past and present. Murals and monuments dot the homes and vintage clothing stores that evoke the free spirit of the 1960s.