Giants Baseball will be in full swing. Check out the schedule and purchase tickets here:
This year’s Chinese New Year’s falls on February 19. However, the biggest event, the parade, is in March. This year’s event is planned for Saturday, March 7. The parade starts at 5:15pm. Get there early to grab a great spot to see the full parade.Date: Saturday, March 7
Join comedian George Lopez for a night of fun and laughs at the Warfield on Saturday, March 7. Lopez is best known for his ABC sitcom, George Lopez. This stand-up comedian has also appeared in several TV shows and movies throughout his career.Date: March 7 at 8pm
Holders of Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit cards and debit cards get free admission to six Bay Area museums and two Sacramento museums for the first weekend each month. http://sf.funcheap.com/event-series/bank-america-free-museum-day/
- Contemporary Jewish Museum
- de Young Museum
- Legion of Honor
- Chabot Space & Science Center
- San Jose Museum of Art
- The Tech Museum of Innovation
- Computer History Museum
- Crocker Art Museum
- The California Museum
Head over to the Fort Mason Center for this year’s annual Craft Beer Festival. During this one day event, you can samples beers from more than 75 breweries. They will feature more than 150 types of beer. Your admission ticket includes unlimited samples (2 oz. each), a tasting glass, and access to informative seminars.
Date: March 7 from 4:30pm to 8:30pm (VIP); 5:30pm to 8:30pm (General Admission)
The 164th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in San Francisco is a well established event with historic ties to the city. The parade itself is a huge draw for attendees from all different demographics and ethnicity.
The addition of the Festival after the parade provides a great opportunity for attendees to learn more about Irish history and culture while having fun experiencing the event. A full day of activity is planned for the St. Patrick’s Day Festival at Civic Center Plaza and on Grove Street, Polk to Larkin Street.
The San Francisco Ballet is running three programs in March. The first two run toward the beginning on the month. The final program of March is Don Quixote, which runs from March 20 – 29. Dates: Several dates in March
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Every Wednesday at 11am, the SF Public Library offers a free walking tour of the North Beach District. On this two hour tour, you will learn more about the history of this district, the best places to grab a bite to eat, a chance to sample a few goodies, and find out about some of its famous past residents. See more at: http://www.sftourismtips.com/san-francisco-events-in-march-2015.html#sthash.d1l4oEkj.dpuf