How Weird Street Faire 2002 takes place April 20th on Howard Street between 11th and 12th Streets, San Francisco.
Kicking off the 2002 San Francisco street festival season, the third annual How Weird Street Faire will take place April 20th, 2002 on Howard Street between 11th and 12th Streets, San Francisco. The fun lasts from 12:00pm to 7:00pm, sliding scale donation at the gates. The How Weird Street Faire celebrates San Francisco's creativity, community, and environmental awareness.
At each end of the How Weird Street Faire are music stages featuring live acts and world-class DJ's spinning funky sounds for dancing in the streets. Some of the local acts include Kode IV, Biodegradable, Waterjuice, and DJ's Vajra, Anon, Adam, KJ, and Lorin. There will also be speakers, including Craig Newmark of There will be a dazzling display of performance artists, including butoh, belly dance, circus arts, wandering musicians, and elaborately costumed stilt walkers. Come celebrate April 20th and your individuality in all its weirdness.
The Bizarre Bazaar will provide an international collection of conscious art and high spirited vendors. Featuring goods found nowhere else, the eclectic global market will tempt purses and spirits. Magical offerings will include art, jewelery, Indian handicrafts, hemp wears, bouncy wears, blown glass, massage, raw foods, Indian foods, and fresh juices. Goods and gear not found on the beaten path, as well as healing and cosmic arts.
The How Weird Street Faire will begin and end with a Native American prayer for peace and unity, with a drum circle to finish. The Street Faire also provides booths for non-profit organizations and community groups to network with and inform people of current issues. Environmental causes will be represented, especially those concerned with hemp culture and industry.
Come and be weird. For more information and to get involved please visit our website at
The How Weird Street Faire sponsors:
Ted's Market (
Dimension 7 (
digipop (
Brad Olsen - Producer
Deborah Paulino - Performer Coordinator
Denise Schwalbe - Vendors
Justin Smith - Neighborhood Relations/Website
Justin Weiner - Media Coordinator
Keshav Jiwnani - Music Coordinator