West Coast Craft is the ultimate celebration of artisans specializing in the West Coast lifestyle and aesthetic. The massive and highly-anticipated craft fair has added new dates in July and August due to popular demand — read on for more details.
- WCC Market SF – July 29, Aug 19– This outdoor market will bring 100+ vendors to the Fort Mason Center campus from 10am-3pm. The event is free and open to the public, and there will be food and drink vendors on site to keep you going! See a full list of vendors here.
- West Coast Craft – Nov 18-19, 2023 – The Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion will host 275+ vendors for this 2-day, indoor craft festival. It’s free and open to the public with food and beverage vendors present throughout the day.
In addition to these SF events, WCC will also make an appearance in Los Angeles in October with 175+ vendors in attendance at ROW DTLA.
West Coast Craft is primarily inspired by the West Coast lifestyle and local materials. They feature a range of products including ceramics, sculpture, fiber arts, textiles, home furnishings, paper goods, wood crafts, bath and body products, and more.
Make sure you leave some time to explore Fort Mason Center, which has several free exhibitions as well as delicious restaurants. Some of our favorite places to grab a bite are Radhaus, a German/Californian beer hall located in an old U.S. Army machine shop; and Greens, a delicious vegetarian restaurant with stunning interiors and waterfront views. Grab a coffee or cocktail at The Interval at Long Now, which also happens to be a floor-to-ceiling library dedicated to rebuilding civilization.