90+ San Francisco July 4th Weekend Events: Fireworks, Parades, Fillmore Jazz Festival, Parties, Beer, Wine, & More | July 2-5, 2015

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Get ready for a full July 4th weekend in San Francisco! Check out our Fourth of July Events calendar to get keep you celebrating all weekend. We’ve also got lots of fun and interesting San Francisco & Bay Area events listed including the Marin County Fair all weekend, Fillmore Jazz Festival on Saturday & Sunday, First Friday Art Walks, and much more! Below is a list of several fun events, and most of them are FREE!

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Featured: Fourth of July Events: Fireworks, Celebrations, Pictures, Where To Watch, Parades

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San Francisco / Bay Area Weekend Events: July 2-5, 2015

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Bay Area Weekly Events:

  • Thursdays: NightLife @ California Academy of Sciences | 6-10PM, $12, Science & Cocktails (more info)
  • Thursdays: Stand Up Comedy @ PianoFight | ‘Oh the Humanity’ 60 Minutes, $10 (more info)
  • Thursdays: Off the Grid: Twilight at the Presidio | April 2-October 29, Food Trucks, Live Music, Cocktails, Cabanas (more info)
  • Thursdays: Mission Community Market @ Bartlett & 22nd | Open-air Marketplace, 4-8PM (more info)
  • Thursdays: Trivia Night @ The New Parkway Theater | Free, 7:30PM (more info)
  • Thursdays: Berkeley – Bear Country Funk @ The Starry Plough | Live Soul, Hip Hop, & Latin Dance Party (more info)
  • Fridays: Oakland – Dancing Under The Stars @ Jack London Square | Free, Dance Lessons & Party, 8:30-10PM (more info)
  • Fridays: “Off the Grid” Friday Night Food Truck Party @ Fort Mason | Free, 30+ Food Vendors, Cocktails, Wine & Beer, Live Music (more info)
  • Fridays: Free Vegetarian Supper Club @ St John the Evangelist | 2nd & 4th Fridays, 6-9PM, 6-9PM (more info)
  • Fridays: Midnight Rollers Friday Night Skate @ The Ferry Building On the Embarcadero | Music, Roller Skating, Free, 9PM (more info)
  • Fridays: Berkeley – Flash Back Friday Movie Night @ Hotel Durant | Unique Hotel Setting, Complimentary Soda & Popcorn, 8PM (more info)
  • Fridays: Queer Fridays @ El Rio | Live Music Series, Free, 10PM (more info)
  • Fridays: Hunny Bunny & Her Hot Toddies @ Skylark Bar | Free Burlesque & Variety Show, Drinks, Dancing, DJs (more info)
  • Saturdays: Fillmore Farmers’ Market @ O’Farrell at Fillmore & Fillmore Center Plaza | Year-Round, 9AM-1PM (more info)
  • Saturdays: Berkeley – Laugh Function @ Pappy’s Bar & Grill | Live Comedy, 8:30-10:30PM (more info)
  • Saturdays: Yoga In The Park @ Big Rec Baseball Field In Golden Gate Park | 11AM (mo
  • Sundays: Divisadero Farmers’ Market @ Grove Street | Year-Round Market, 10AM-2PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Glen Park Village Farmers’ Market @ Parking lot of the Glen Park BART Station | March 29-Nov 29, 10AM-2PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Off the Grid: Picnic at the Presidio @ Main Post Lawn | March 1-Nov 1, Great Views of the Bay, Food Carts, Drinks, Music (more info)
  • Sundays: Lindy in the Park @ Golden Gate Park | Free Swing Dance Party, Year-Round, 11AM-2PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Inner Sunset Farmers’ Market @ In the Parking Lot between 8th and 9th Avenue | Year-Round, 9AM-1PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Skatin’ Place @ 6th Avenue & Kennedy Drive in Golden Gate Park | Free, Family-Friendly Roller Skating, 12-5PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Free BBQ @ Benders Bar & Grill | Free Burgers, Stiff Drinks, 2-7PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Free BBQ @ Molotov’s | Free food, Drinks, Retro Pinball, 3PM (more info)
  • Sundays: Electric Squeezebox Orchestra @ Doc’s Lab | Free Big Band Concert, 6PM (more info)

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All Weekend: 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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All Weekend: San Rafael – Marin County Fair | Family-Friendly, Live Concerts, Fireworks Every Night, Carnival Rides, Food & Drink
This weekend come out & enjoy family-friendly fun with live concerts, carnival rides, fireworks every night, food & drink, at the 2015 Marin County Fair in San Rafael! There will be the fair favorites as well, including competitive exhibits, fine arts, crafts, & photography, a film festival, & so much more! More info.

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July 2: Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble @ Esplanade, Yerba Buena Gardens | Free, 12:30-1:30PM

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July 2: Free First Thursday Admission | The Chinese Historical Society of America Museum
The Chinese Historical Society of America Museum is the oldest organization in the country dedicated to the interpretation, promotion, and preservation of the social, cultural and political history and contributions of the Chinese in America. More info.

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July 2: New Filmmakers Open Screening @ Artists’ Television Access, Mission | Free, 8PM, First Thursdays
ATA’s openscreening is the only monthly open submissions screening in the Bay Area. One hour of shorts are accepted monthly on an open revolving basis, anything goes with the screened work, and the refreshments are pretty good too. More info.

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July 2: First Thursday Lower Polk / Tenderloin Art Walk
Every First Thursday from 6-10PM / / Over 20 galleries and art spaces bringing together the arts and culture of the surrounding Lower Polk and Tenderloin communities. More info.

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July 2: Beer Garden NightLife @ California Academy Of Sciences | Educational Beer Conversation & Tastings, Music, 21+, $10-12, 6PM
This week NightLife follows the brewing process from botanical inception to foamy finish. Hear from local beer and spirit masters Dave McLean & Carl Sutton in a lively conversation about experimenting with botanicals in their boozy creations. Plus, be sure to sip on NightLife’s first-ever signature craft beer Magnolia Aliciella Bitter, brewed with plant types found on the museum’s Living Roof! More info.

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July 2: Better Off Dead @ McCoppin Hub Plaza | Free, Outdoor Movie Screening From SF Indie

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July 2: Redwood City – Rocky IV @ Courthouse Square | Free, Outdoor Movie, Starts At Sundown
Enjoy Downtown Redwood City on Courthouse Square by bringing the family out to a FREE movie!  The Summer experience continues with a showing of 16 movies on Thursday evenings starting at sundown (approximately 8:45pm). More info.

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July 2: San Carlos – Road Runner Sports Adventure Run | Free, Fun Run, Raffle
You’re in for one mind-blowing evening of free, prize-tastic fitness fun when you join runners like you for the nation’s biggest group fun run at your Berkeley Road Runner Sports retail store! Enjoy 60 minutes of fun as you run (or walk) at your own pace & collect free raffle tickets along the way. More info.

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July 2: Burlingame – Free First Thursdays @ Museum of Pez Memorabilia
Over 900 unique Pez characters have been produced since 1950. See them all at the Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia including the World’s Largest Pez Dispenser. More info.

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July 2: Waterfront Walk | Guided Neighborhood Tour, 2-4:30PM (more info)

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July 2: San Mateo – Super Huey @ Central Park | Huey Lewis Tribute Concert, 6-8PM (more info)

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July 3: SFBP #54: Golden State Of Mind | Group Bike Ride, 8PM
Let’s go Warriors! The Golden State Warriors recently won their first NBA championship in 40 years, so we thought we’d show them some SFBP love! Be sure to bring your blue, gold and white and be prepared to show off some bay area pride. Speaking of, get your favorite bay area songs ready for your music bike, this is warriors ground baby! More info.

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July 3: The Marriage Of Figaro @ AT&T Park | Free, San Francisco Opera Performance In Ball Park, 7:30PM
San Francisco Opera and the San Francisco Giants invite you to Taube Philanthropies presents Opera at the Ballpark on Friday, July 3 at 7:30pm for a free performance of Mozart’s THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, simulcast live from the War Memorial Opera House. More info.

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July 3: Mountain View – He Said, She Said @ Civic Center Plaza | Free, Live Music, Food & Drinks, 6-7:30PM
Join your friends and neighbors and bring your blanket or lawn chair down to the Civic Center Plaza for a variety of musical performances. In addition to the music, there will be food trucks, a “Pop Up Park” area for children and for adults, beer and wine. More info.

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July 3: Oakland – Independence Eve Celebration @ Craneway Pavillion | Free, Family-Friendly, Fireworks, Live Music, Petting Zoo
For the past seven years, the Oakland Symphony has joined forces with the City of Richmond to present a free Independence Eve Celebration at the Craneway Pavilion. This free event is fun for the whole family, with live music, food, an instrument petting zoo and spectacular fireworks over the bay! More info.

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July 3: Oakland – Circus Bella Free Performance @ Mosswood Park, 6PM
Circus Bella is a full-force, non-stop 60-minute kaleidoscope of thrilling feats of balance and strength, elegance demonstrations of grace and poise, and outrageous humor of slapstick antics. The circus showcases static trapeze, rope walking, a 9-person juggling act, contortion, hula hoop, original clowning and more. More info.

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July 3: Oakland – Awesome Orchestra Session 33 @ American Steel Studios | Free, Orchestral Music, All Welcome To Participate, 6:30-9:30PM
In collaboration with the awesome American Steel Studios and Oakland Art Murmur, we’ll be holding a session as part of First Fridays in the super cool Poplar Gallery on site. More info.

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July 3: Santa Cruz – The Sun Kings Tribute To The Beatles | Free Friday Night Bands On The Beach (more info)

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July 3: San Francisco Bike Party | Free, First Fridays
San Francisco Bike Party is a monthly celebration of biking for riders of different ages, types, and skill levels to enjoy. The rides are fun and safe with stops to dance and socialize along the way. More info.

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July 3: Oakland – Oakland Athletics Fireworks Nights
Jaw dropping displays of color set to themed music highlight A’s Fireworks Nights during the 2015 season. Following each Fireworks game, fans will be invited to sit on the outfield grass to enjoy the sky high show. More info.

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July 3: North Beach First Fridays | Free, Art Galleries, Local Artists, Music & Drinks, 6-9PM
First Fridays presents the North Beach community the chance to marvel in the vibrant art scene that awaits them right outside their doorstep. Participating galleries stay open until 9pm and offer drinks, live music, poetry, meetings with local artists, and entertainment for the guests. More info.

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July 3: Oakland – First Friday Follies @ Stork Club | Free, Burlesque & Caberet Performances
First Friday Follies @ the Stork Club is Oakland’s own community supported giggles ‘n’ jiggles. Featuring the very best in burlesque and cabaret performances, First Friday Follies is FREE!! More info.

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July 3: Caterpillar Puppets (2 Shows) @ Children’s Garden, Yerba Buena Gardens | Free, 11-11:30AM

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July 3:  First Friday @ Il Pirata | Free, Comedy Show, DJ Dance Party (more info)

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July 3: Oakland – Great Wall Of Oakland @ 400 Grand Avenue | Outdoor Digital Art & Film, First Fridays, 7-11PM
The Great Wall of Oakland is the Bay Area’s premiere space for digital art and film. Every first Friday, during Oakland’s Art Murmur, the Great Wall of Oakland illuminates the Uptown with cutting-edge digital art and film from artists locally and world-wide. More info.

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July 3: Oakland – First Friday Shorts @ The New Parkway | Film Screenings, 6-8PM
The monthly screenings highlight short films by local filmmakers and from Bay Area community arts organizations that use media production as part of a larger commitment to social justice and community transformation. More info.

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July 3: Oakland – Temescal First Fridays @ Temescal Square | Free, Art Galleries, Shopping, Food & Drink, Live Entertainment, 6-9PM
Galleries, cafes, bars, and retailers in Oakland’s Temescal district have teamed up to bring you art, music, food, drinks, and strolling the streets along Telegraph Avenue and in Temescal Alley and Alley 49. More info.

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July 3: Redwood City – Free First Fridays @ San Mateo County History Museum
The History Museum is an innovative regional history center. Featuring interactive experiences, the long-term exhibits are the place where you can explore the county’s rich and colorful history. More info.

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July 3: San Jose – South First Fridays Art Walk
An eclectic evening of Arts & Culture in downtown San Jose’s SoFA district (and beyond) every First Friday of the month. More info.

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July 3: Santa Cruz – Free First Fridays @ Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, also known affectionately by locals as the “whale museum”, is one of the earliest museums in the state of California. More info.

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July 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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July 3: Oakland – The Art Murmur First Friday Art Walk | Free, 40+ Galleries, 6-9PM
On the first Friday of every month, Oakland Art Murmur hosts an evening art walk featuring member galleries and mixed-use venues collectively open to the public. OAM is an organization of over 40 galleries that produces weekly art walks, guided tours and other exclusive events. More info.

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July 3: Alameda – Food Truck Frenzy: Reds, Whites, & Blues! @ Rock Wall Wine Company | Wine Tastings, Food Trucks, Music, $6, 5-9PM
Come kick off the 4th of July holiday weekend at Food Truck Frenzy: Reds, Whites and Blues! Be our guest for an amazing evening of wine tasting and gourmet street food from some of the Bay Area’s best Food Trucks. Get your dance on to an awesome mix by DJ Tone SF while you watch the sun set against the SF skyline. More info.

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July 3: Richmond – Third Of July Celebration @ Marina Bay Park | Family-Friendly, Fireworks, Live Music, Food, 5:30-9:30PM
Fireworks, food, and fun are what this event is all about. Celebrate with your fellow community members at Marina Bay Park from 5:30pm-9:30pm to enjoy live blues music and the youth play area (for a fee) until the night sky explodes with color in our 20 minute fireworks display at approximately 9:15pm. More info.

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July 3: Bodega Bay – Fireworks Over Bodega Bay | Fireworks Display, 9:30PM
Fireworks show produced by Pyro Spectaculars will start at dark on Friday, July 3.  The display can be seen from all around Bodega Bay. More info.

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July 3-4: El Cerrito – WorldOne Festival @ Cerrito Vista Park | Free, Family-Friendly, Carnaval, Live Music & Dance Performances
worldOneradio + festival presents a broad cultural palette of eclectic and earthnic musics, dance, ideation, and dialogue in various venues from classrooms to community festivals. Join this weekend as we seek to artfully create and present information, art, and technology in ways to promote creative and constructive musiculture, spirit, social engagement, ecology, economy, use of technology, and ultimately, mind. More info.

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July 3-4: Monte Rio – Independence Day Celebration @ Monte Rio Beach | Free, Kids’ Activities, Parade, Fireworks (more info)

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July 3-5: Berkeley – Falstaff @ John Hinkel Park Amphitheatre | Free, 6 Different Women Playing Falstaff, 4PM
Actors Ensemble will present Falstaff! (an abridgement of Henry IV parts One and Two, adapted and directed by Robert Estes) at John Hinkel Park on Saturdays/Sundays from June 20 to July 5. There will be one added holiday performance on Friday, July 3. All performances will start at 4PM. More info.

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July 4: San Francisco Fourth of July Events: Fireworks, Celebrations, Pictures, Where To Watch, Parades

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July 4: Fourth of July Celebration @ Pier 39 | Free, Fireworks
Flash! Sparkle! Pop! It’s Fourth of July! PIER 39 celebrates Independence Day with fun for the whole family featuring musical entertainment and activities in our Entrance Plaza. At approximately 9:30 PM, The City of San Francisco will treat spectators to an elaborate fireworks display over the San Francisco Bay. The best location to enjoy a festive Fourth of July is at PIER 39. More info.

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July 4: View Fourth of July Fireworks @ Ghirardelli Square | Free
Ghirardelli Square is center stage to San Francisco’s July 4 celebration. The city sets off fireworks from the end of the Municipal Pier and from barges north of Pier 39. Best places to watch (from land): Aquatic Park (Jefferson and Hyde streets), the Cannery, Ghirardelli Square, other waterfront spots at Fisherman’s Wharf, and Coit Tower. More info.

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July 4: Fourth Of July @ Shoreline Amphitheatre | San Francisoc Symphony Concert & Fireworks Display, 8PM
Join the San Francisco Symphony at Shoreline Amphitheatre for the annual concert and fireworks spectacular as the San Francisco Symphony celebrates the Fourth of July. Epic music from the movies and American symphonic favorites lead up to an exhilarating fireworks show accompanied by the Orchestra. More info.

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July 4: San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band @ Esplanade, Yerba Buena Gardens | Free, 1-2:30PM

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July 4: Celebrating Our Country’s 239th Birthday! @ Speckles Temple of Music, Golden Gate Park | Free, 1-2:30PM

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July 4: Oakland – July 4th Festival Of Family Fun @ Jack London Square | Free, Family-Friendly, Live Entertainment, Food & Drink, 11AM-4PM
Celebrate Independence Day at Jack London Square! This festive day will fill the waterfront with interactive activities and entertainment for both parents and children. Free to attend, the event will also feature tasty treats, music and much more! (Sorry no fireworks!) More info.

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July 4: Alameda – 4th Of July Parade | Free, More than 170 Floats, Over 60,00 Spectators, Marching Bands, Dance, Equestrians, Classic Cars, Starts At 10AM
The Alameda 4th of July Parade is one of the largest and longest Independence Day parade in the nation. With over 170 floats and 2,500 participants who travel a three mile route, the parade has become the central activity of the Bay Area’s Fourth of July weekend. More info.

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July 4: Alameda – July 4th Aboard The USS Hornet | Noon-10PM, Live Concerts On The Flight Deck, Explore The Ship, Family Activities, Food & Drink, Fireworks Viewing
The USS Hornet is one of the most decorated ships in naval history.  Now serving as a world-class sea, air, and space museum, the USS Hornet is permanently docked at the former Naval Air Station in Alameda. Visitors can explore many decks of the historic aircraft carrier, including flight deck, captain’s bridge, sick bay, pilot ready rooms, and much, much more. More info.

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July 4: San Jose – Rose, White, & Blue Parade & Festival | Family-Friendly, Live Music, Dancing, Food & Drink
Enjoy an old fashioned family-style parade as it winds through the Rose Garden neighborhood ending on the grand avenue of the The Alameda. This homespun parade features live bands, dance groups, home-made floats, kids on bikes, antique cars, and more. More info.

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July 4: Berkeley – Fourth Of July @ Berkeley Marina | Free, Family-Friendly, Live Music, Fireworks, Food & Drink, Noon-10PM
On the 4th of July the biggest party is at the Berkeley Marina from noon-10PM with all kinds of free fun! Adventure Playground, always a favorite, where children can use hammers, nails, saws, and paint with parental supervision, is open until 8PM. Get your face painted, try the giant slide, or splash in the water at the beach. Stay for the fireworks at night! More info.

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July 4: Palo Alto – Summer Festival & Chili Cook-Off @ Mitchell Park | Chili Cooking Competition & Tastings, Live Music, Family-Friendly Activities, Noon-5PM
The tradition continues as we celebrate Independence Day at the 34th Annual City of Palo Alto Summer Festival & Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, July 4. With live music featuring Rockin’ Down the Highway (Music from the Doobie Brothers); a variety of children’s activities; art activities by the Palo Alto Art Center, and more. More info.

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July 4: Sausalito – July 4th Festivities | Parade, Live Music, Fireworks Display, Family-Friendly Activities, Food & Drink
This three-part event begins with a parade of floats, bands, classic cars, local officials, and organizations. The Parade starts at Second and Main Streets and ends at Dunphy Park. After the parade, the party starts at Dunphy Park with food and entertainment, tug of war, an egg toss, live music, and dancing. The finale at Gabrielson Park features more live music and entertainment followed by Sausalito’s legendary fireworks display. More info.

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July 4: Redwood City – 4th Of July Parade, Festival, & Fireworks | Family-Friendly, Parade, Fireworks Display, Live Entertainment, Food & Drink
The 4th of July Parade is the premier holiday parade in the region and takes place in the heart of Downtown Redwood City. This treasured event brings thousands of excited spectators to enjoy an incredible array of parade floats and numerous family festivities. After the parade and festival, spectators can enjoy a spectacular 4th of July fireworks show launched from the Port of Redwood City. More info.

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July 4: Morgan Hill – Freedom Fest | Family-Friendly, Parade, Fireworks, Live Music, Street Dance, Classic Cars, Freedom Run
Celebrate the Fourth of July in Morgan Hill with the Independence Day Celebration’s Freedom Fest spectacular complete with parade, car show, sing-alongs, music performances and, of course, the grand finale of them all, the fireworks show. More info.

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July 4: Cars & Coffee @ Cafe SpA Cars & Coffee SF | Exotic & Muscle Car Meetup, Free, First Saturdays, 8-11AM
Come and view some really special cars and interact with other car lovers at Cars and Coffee. Unlike other car shows, their fantastic turn out allows them to limit the cars to truly rare, unique, or exotic vehicles. More info.

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July 4: Prince & MJ Experience @ Madrone Art Bar | Hits, Album Cuts, & B-Sides, 8PM-2AM, First Saturdays (more info)

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July 4: Oakland – The Art Murmur Saturday Stroll | Free, 1-5PM
Many of the galleries that participate in Oakland’s highly popular First Friday Art Murmur gallery walk are also open EVERY Saturday afternoon. Known as the Saturday Stroll, this is a quieter and more focused time to view art and visit with Oakland Art Murmur gallery directors. More info.

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July 4: Chantey Sing @ Hyde Park Pier | Free, 8PM-Midnight 
A public sing-along of sea chanteys and sailor songs aboard a historic ship at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. Wear warm clothing and bring a mug for hot cider. More info.

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July 4: Sausalito – Open House & Storytelling @ Nike Missile Site | Free, 12:30-3:30PM, First Saturdays
Get an upclose look at a restored Cold War anti-aircraft missile site and hear intriguing stories from Nike veterans, park rangers, and volunteers every first Saturday of the month. This valuable historical resource is the onlyrestored Nike missile site in the entire country. It’s a great chance for you to see the tools of the Cold War up close.More info.

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July 4: San Mateo – Highland’s 4th Of July Parade & Celebration | Free, Parade, Kids’ Activities, Food & Drinks
Build your float for the Parade!  The annual 4th of July celebration that the Highlands is famous for, is fast approaching. And to make it happen we need help to come from all around the Highlands. The Highlands Independence Day celebration theme for 2015 is “Come One, Come All”. More info.

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July 4-5: Fillmore Jazz Festival | Free, Live Jazz Music, Food & Drink, 10AM-6PM
Blending art and soul in one of the country’s most unique neighborhoods, the Fillmore Jazz Festival is the largest free Jazz festival on the West Coast. Visitors can groove to the sounds of live music from multiple stages, browse the offerings of over 12 blocks of fine art and crafts and enjoy gourmet food and beverages. More info.

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July 5: San Francisco Women’s World Cup Viewing Party @ Civic Center | Free, Soccer Skills Activities, Food & Drink, 4PM

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July 5: Around The World In 90 Minutes @ Speckles Temple of Music, Golden Gate Park | Free, 1-2:30PM

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July 5: Stern Grove Festival @ Sigmund Stern Grove | Free Concerts In The Park, 2PM, Sundays
This year the Stern Grove Festival in San Francisco celebrates its 78th anniversary. The 2015 season lasts from June 14 to August 16. Every Sunday at 2pm, you will find a free concert in the park. The shows usually last two to three hours and are wildly popular. Some of last year’s artists included Smokey Robinson, Patti Austin and the Funky Meters. More info.

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July 5: Free First Sundays @ The Asian Art Museum 
Free general admission on the first Sunday of every month and the family programs offered on that day—are made possible by Target. Admission is granted on a first-come, first-served basis. More info.

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June 5: Oakland – Free First Sundays @ Oakland Museum of CA
OMCA brings together collections of art, history and natural science under one roof to tell the extraordinary stories of California and its people. As the only museum to focus entirely on the art and history of California. More info.

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