How Weird Street Faire: Weirdo de Mayo

How Weird Street Faire

The 8th Annual How Weird Street Faire, “Weirdo de Mayo”, takes place this Sunday, May 6th at Howard & 12th Streets in San Francisco (the final year at that location).

The event features dozens of street vendors and 7 bio-diesel powered dance stages hosting a massive line-up of music and performances. This year the How Weird Street Faire is going green with the theme of sustainable technology and the event will be a fundraiser for the non-profit organization World Peace Through Technology.

The How Weird Street Faire is an experiment in creating peace by the World Peace Through Technology Organization. It is a meta-community formed of the diverse music, art, political, and social communities of the entire San Francisco Bay Area, working together and finding similarities instead of differences.

For the eighth and last time, our traditional home on Howard Street will be transformed into a festival of peace. The How Weird Street Faire is being forced to relocate due to its overwhelming success, so it’s leaving the neighborhood in style – featuring five city blocks of high quality music, art, performances, vendors from around the world, and much more. Art and decor will be provided by Anon Salon. Music will be provided by CCC, Sunset, Om, Tantra, Symbiosis, Earthdance, Harmony Festival, Lowpro Lounge, Dub Beautiful, False Profit, and Music Without Borders (El Circo, Get Freaky, Muti, and Raindance).