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23rd Annual How Weird Street Faire 2022 Howard St. SF @ 1st St, 2nd St 9 Stages
on surrounding streets and alleys
The longest-running EDM festival on the West Coast returns!
“Close Encounters Of The Weird Kind”
Saturday, October 15, 2022
Noon to 8 p.m.
Centered at Howard and 2nd Streets, San Francisco, Earth

https://howweird.org/

How Weird Street Faire 2022 FB event Page
https://www.facebook.com/events/863959881252767/

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The longest-running EDM festival on the West Coast! How Weird Street Faire celebrates music, art, costumes, and dancing with ○ Eight stages of world-class

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We look forward to seeing you and being weird with you on the streets of downtown of San Francisco!
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How Weird Street Faire 2022

How Weird Street Faire 2022 Stage Lineups

How Weird Street Faire vendors

How Weird Marketplace
Submit your 2022 Vendor Application Today!
2022 Vendor Application

Howweird Street Faire
Thank you San Francisco for staying weird!

Thank you to all the DJs, Artists, Vendors, Crews, Organizers
and the many people who work so hard to bring How Weird
to the streets of San Francisco!
PEACE
How Weird Street Faire
Soon we will dance together!
And what better place than the streets of San Francisco.
Keep up with How Weird!

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Click on the button below to find out about How Weird news and events.
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How Weird vending
Shop the HOW WEIRD MARKETPLACE!

People look forward to the shopping experience at How Weird, with interesting things for sale and the latest fashions. Support local craftmakers and artisans, who have lost much of their business. And get great clothing, jewelry, art, and accessories! And masks.

The How Weird World Faire is still at HowWeird.org/WorldFaire

Here is an interactive 360 video of How Weird 2018
(Click on the video and scroll around to see in all directions.)

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The How Weird Street Faire is a project of the educational non-profit World Peace Through Technology Organization, proving for 22 years now that peace is possible. See why San Francisco is still at the vanguard of creativity and artistic expression.
In memory of Michael Gosney.

Our close friend, How Weird staff member, and director of the WPTTO nonprofit. Michael will always be remembered for his visionary insight and inspiring ability to bring people together. He was a San Francisco icon, and will be missed.

Goz

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peace

CCC Chill Pod
Experience the magic. Feel the fun. Be weird!
Howard & 2nd Streets, San Francisco, Earth
37°47’12.4″ N, 122°23’53.7″ W

 
 Featuring…

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Music Stages at How Weird
Cutting-edge electronic dance music and live performances
on eight stages produced by local sound collectives.

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Art Alley at How Weird
Featuring inspiring live and exhibited artwork.
Plus local arts and crafts vending! In an expanded space!
Be amazed at the creativity of the Bay Area.

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How Weird Marketplace
A unique and designer shopping experience
with vendors from around the world and delicious food and drinks.
Find new styles and things for the next festival season!

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Come as your true self. space disco

And post pictures of it with hashtags and all the good stuff!

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#hwsfUse #hwsf to talk about the How Weird Street Faire.
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WPTTO logo
The How Weird Street Faire is a project of the 501(c)3 non-profit
World Peace Through Technology Organization (WPTTO)
Inspiring peace through music, art, ideas,
connections, understanding, and raising consciousness.

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Please support How Weird as we face challenging times.
You can donate to How Weird at https://paypal.me/wptto 

Donations are tax deductible.

How Weird Street Faire® is a registered trademark
of the World Peace Through Technology Organization.
For updates and info, contact scott at planttrees dot org.