100+ San Francisco April Events: Festivals, Walking Tours, Naked Bike Ride, Street Party

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April is here and there are tons of great events throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area. We have over 100 in our April calendar here and we are adding more every day. Below are some highlights!

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April, 2015 San Francisco Event Highlights:

All Month: Free San Francisco Walking Tours: Golden Gate Park, Castro, Chinatown, Excelsior, City Hall, Fisherman’s Wharf, & More
City Guides is a non-profit organization with more than 200 trained volunteers who lead FREE history and architectural walking tours in San Francisco. Walk along the streets, sidewalks, and byways of America’s most beautiful – and fascinating – city! More info.

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April 3: Oakland – First Fridays Festival On Telegraph Ave | Free, Art, Music, Food & Drink
Every First Friday from 5–9:30 pm, Oakland’s KONO district springs to life with for this event, with galleries, artist collectives, street artists, local culinary artisans, performers, musicians, dancers, DJ’s, and poets gathering for Oakland First Friday events. More info.

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April 5: Union Street’s 24th Annual Easter Parade & Spring Celebration | 10AM-5PM, Parade at 2PM
For the past 20 years the event has been known as the Biggest Little Parade in San Francisco. A variety of children’s and family activities are the focus of the event and include; large inflatable bounces, kids’ rides and games, a climbing wall, a hands-on children’s activities area, costumed characters, a petting zoo, a pony ride and entertainment from some of the Bay Area’s best musicians. More info.

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April 11-12: Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival @ San Francisco’s Japantown | Free, Live Music, Food, Cultural Performances, Parade
Now celebrating its 48th year, this is one of California’s most prominent celebrations of Asian traditions. Each year, over 200,000 people attend this dazzling display showcasing the color and grace of the Japanese culture and the diversity of the Japanese American Community.More info.

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April 18: San Francisco Earth Day World Naked Bike Ride | Free, Protest of BP Oil Spill
You decide how much bare you can dare, you can go all out in the joy of sun clad nakedness, go topless, bikinis, body paint or latex, leotard or lingerie, or tuxedos, whatever you feel like. For this ride, however, since an oil spill is the target of our angst, an appropriate statement can be made to mimic spilled oil. More info.

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April 25: Cider Summit at The Presidio | 120+ Ciders, Food, Dog-Friendly
Cider Summit will feature over 120 ciders including regional favorites and international classics.  The event will also feature specially selected food pairings from Whole Foods Market, a “Dog Lounge” hosted by Berkeley Humane, as well as an event store featuring Cider Summit t-shirts and other merchandise. More info.

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April 26: How Weird Street Faire @ Howard & 2nd Streets | Noon-8PM, 10 Music Stages, Art Alley, Food & Drinks
How Weird is a menagerie of attractions, including a world renowned music festival featuring 10 stages of different styles of dance music, an open air art festival filling an expanded Art Alley, a unique market of interesting vendors and delicious food, and a platform for performers of every type. More info.

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April 29-May 3: Art Market San Francisco @ Fort Mason Center | Galleries, Artist Presentations, Tours, Food & Drinks 
Art Market San Francisco will return to the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion this spring to celebrate its fifth edition and present a significant selection of contemporary and modern artworks from returning Art Market exhibitors and exciting newcomers. More info.

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