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Don’t Miss This Awesome Free Block Party Coming To The Mission In October

Jamie Ferrell Jamie Ferrell

Don’t Miss This Awesome Free Block Party Coming To The Mission In October

They’ve just announced a great music lineup!

After a year off, the immensely popular 20th Street Block Party will return for its 7th year on October 16 from 12pm-6pm! This event is free with RSVP, so make sure you grab a spot before it fills up. You’ll get to enjoy awesome music with everything from garage rock to Latinx R&B, as well as delicious street food and shopping from the city’s favorite vendors.

Photo by Ian Young, courtesy of Noise Pop

Noise Pop, an independent music and arts promoter in SF, has just revealed a kick-ass music lineup for the event! Headliners are Y La Bamba, an indie folk-pop band from Portland; and Con Brio, a R&B/soul/rock band from San Francisco. Other acts include L.A. Witch, French Cassettes, Same Girls, King Isis, LOUDA Y Los Bad Hombres, and Strange Cities.

The event will also promote local businesses in an exciting local bazaar, complete with community art, delicious food, and all the best parts of a neighborhood block party.

Photo by Ian Young, courtesy of Noise Pop

You can RSVP for free on the 20th Street Block Party website. There’s also an option to buy $69 VIP tickets to the “Headliner Experience,” which comes with a private lounge, a viewing area, complimentary drinks and food, and more perks. The outdoor festival is open to all ages and absolutely not to be missed!

A portion of proceeds will go to two local nonprofits: 826 Valencia, which supports under-resourced students and teachers; and La Cocina, which supports low-income food entrepreneurs. You can also donate at the door or when you reserve your ticket.

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Catch the 20th Street Block Party on Saturday, October 16 from 12pm-6pm. It will take place on 20th and 19th Streets between Bryant and Harrison in the Mission. You can stay up to date by following them on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

 

Featured image: Photo by Ian Young, courtesy of Noise Pop