2015 Carnaval San Francisco | Grand Parade, Bright Costumes, Cultural Music & Dance, & More

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2015 San Francisco CarnavalThis Memorial Day Weekend Celebrate Carnaval! Carnaval San Francisco is a beloved Memorial Day Weekend event featuring a Grand Parade and 2–day Festival, celebrating music and cultural elements from Latin American and Caribbean traditions.

The Grand Parade is on Sunday, May 24th. It starts at 9:30AM at the corner of 24th and Bryant Streets, where it will proceed West to Mission Street & flow into the festival area. Come enjoy this HUGE event filled with music, dancing, fantastic costumes, & so much more!

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2015 Carnaval San Francisco Info:

2015 Carnaval San FranciscoCarnaval San Francisco
May 23 & 24 | Free

Mission District
More info: www.carnavalsanfrancisco.org

Carnaval San Francisco is proud to be the largest multi–cultural celebration on the West Coast! Now in its third decade of celebration, Carnaval San Francisco has been an opportunity for many cultures to come together in one spirit to share their creative expression.

Come join our 3-Day event kicking-off Friday, May 22nd with Carnaval Night at the DeYoung Museum. Then celebrate with us at our FREE 2–day family festival in San Francisco’s Mission District over Memorial Day weekend, May 23rd and & May 24th, where we will showcase the very best Latin American and Caribbean cultural arts and traditions.

This year’s theme is Agua sagrada, which is Spanish for “sacred water.” It symbolizes the universal reverence for the most basic element of life.

More info: www.carnavalsanfrancisco.org

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