Favorite ThisHow Weird goes back to the 80s: the 1880s

Published: April 16, 2019

By: Anand Harsh

How Weird Street Faire 2019Celebrating 20 years of bringing the "weird" to the Bay Area, How Weird Street Faire returns to Howard and 2nd in SoMa in San Francisco, California on Sunday, May 5th for an unforgettable dance experience. Featuring the best and brightest in the Bay's underground electronic music scene, How Weird is a bonkers block party located in the technological heart of the country, nay, the world, whose main tenets are radical inclusion and the pursuit of world peace.

This year the theme is 1880s vs 1980s, a dance-off for the ages. There will be a total of nine stages curated by Raindance, Inorbit, Muti Music, Northern Nights, Pulse SF, Bootie Mashup, Heavy Petting Zoo, Mountain Lion Hi-Fi, Six Degrees Records, Temple Nightclub, Opulent Chill, and the Consortium of Collective Consciousness. These stages will cover everything from techno to psytrance to trap, dubstep, downtempo, and everything in-between.

The names that this street festival has been able to pull over the years is staggering, and what is even more insane is that it only costs $20 for a Magic Pass, which allows you to save tons of money on food and libations from the many vendors on hand.

But wait, there's more! If you purchase you Magic Pass in advance, it's only $15! You can save $5 off the gate fee just by being on the ball.

Visit howweird.org to get your Pass today!


Tags: BreaksDeep HouseDowntempoDrum and BassDubstepGlitchHousePsytranceTech HouseTechnoTranceTrap