Park Jam outdoor festival

12:00 下午 - 5:00 下午
Oakland Museum of California


Presented in Partnership with Noise Pop and Oakhella, Hosted by Oakland’s Own Ryan Nicole

Held Saturday, July 21, 2018 from 12 to 5 pm
(Oakland, CA) — The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) will host its first-ever Park Jam outdoor festival on Saturday, July 21 from 12 to 5 pm, including a headlining performance by experimental Hip-Hop group clipping., featuring Oakland-born actor, writer, and musician Daveed Diggs. Diggs also stars in, produced, and co-wrote the upcoming feature film Blindspotting, which was filmed in Oakland. The film debuted to rave reviews at the 2018 Sundance and SXSW film festivals and will be released nationwide next month.

The inaugural all-ages event, presented in partnership with Noise Pop and Oakhella, will take place in the Museum’s back gardens where visitors can enjoy food, drinks, turntable battles, DJ sets, and more. Hosted by Oakland’s own Ryan Nicole, enjoy live performances by MADlines, Knuckle Neck Tribe, live graffiti murals by Refa One and Aerosol Art, and a special tribute to the late Pam the Funkstress, also known as Purple Pam.

Tickets to Park Jam also include access to special exhibition RESPECT: Hip-Hop Style & Wisdom, open for just three more weeks after the festival through August 12, 2018. Advance tickets are available online at

WHAT: OMCA’s first-ever Park Jam, an outdoor all-ages music festival with a headlining performance by clipping., featuring actor, writer, and musician Daveed Diggs of Oakland.
WHEN: Saturday, July 21, 12-5 pm (Museum hours are 10 am-6 pm)
WHERE: Oakland Museum of California, 1000 Oak Street, Oakland, CA
COST: Advance tickets: $19.95 adult; $14.95 senior/student; $10.95 youth; free for children 8 and under. Day-of tickets: $25 adult; $20 senior/student; $16 youth; free for children & under. Additional ticketing fees apply.
PARKING: There is a $7 flat rate parking fee for the onsite garage.

Established in San Francisco in 1993, Noise Pop is one of the nation’s leading independent music promoters. Over the last 26 years Noise Pop’s namesake festival has provided exposure to some top emerging artists, including The White Stripes, Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, Grimes and more. Noise Pop also co-produces the celebrated Treasure Island Music Festival with Another Planet Entertainment. Noise Pop operates the venerable San Francisco venue the Swedish American Hall, which includes Cafe du Nord, as well as producer of the free celebration of musical and culinary delights, the 20th Street Block Party. Additionally NoisePop partners with various organizations, venues and institutions to produce events throughout the year including the SFMOMA, MUTEK, California Sunday Magazine and California Academy of Sciences. Visit for more information.

Born in the Lower Bottoms of West Oakland, Oakhella is an organization that seeks to preserve the cultural fabric of the city while welcoming newcomers into the community. Officially launched in April of 2016 as a micro-music festival, Oakhella has grown into a community organization made up of young professionals who recognize the need to create spaces that encompass the broader culture of Oakland. Well known for its multi-generational appeal, Oakhella and its sister org, Bottom’s Up Community Garden, have produced events that cater to people from all walks of life.

The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) tells the many stories that comprise California, creating the space and context for greater connection, trust, and understanding between people. Through its inclusive exhibitions, public programs, educational initiatives, and cultural events, OMCA brings Californians together and inspires greater understanding about what our state’s art, history, and natural surroundings teach us about ourselves and each other. With more than 1.9 million objects, OMCA brings together its multi-disciplinary collections of art, history, and natural science with the first-person accounts and often untold narratives of California, all within its 110,000 square feet of gallery space and seven-acre campus. OMCA is a leading cultural institution of the Bay Area and a resource for the research and understanding of California’s dynamic cultural and environmental heritage for visitors from the region, the state, and around the world.

Museum admission is $15.95 general; $10.95 seniors and students with valid ID, $6.95 youth ages 9 to 17, and free for children 8 and under and Members. There is a $4 charge in addition to general admission pricing for special exhibitions. OMCA offers onsite underground parking, with validation for Museum visitors, and is conveniently located one block from the Lake Merritt BART station, on the corner of 10th Street and Oak Street. The accessibility ramp is located at the new 1000 Oak Street main entrance. Regular hours are 11 am to 5 pm, Wednesday through Sunday, 11 am to 9 pm Fridays.

40th Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival Weekend Two

2:00 下午 - 8:00 下午
War Memorial Opera House
San Francisco  

Saturday, July 21, at 8 pm and Sunday, July 22, at 2 pm

Performances by: Ananya Tirumala (South Indian Kuchipudi), Antara Asthaayi Dance (North Indian Kathak), Caminos Flamencos (Spanish Flamenco), Charya Burt Cambodian Dance (Cambodian Classical), De Rompe y Raja Cultural Association (Afro-Peruvian), Los Danzantes de Aztlan de Fresno State (Mexican Folkloric – Huapangos), Nimely Pan African Dance Company (Liberian Folkloric), and OngDance Company (Korean Traditional and Contemporary).


Presented by San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival.

Free Shakespeare in the Park 2018: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

7:00 下午 - 8:30 下午
Memorial Park
Cupertino  CA

July 21-Aug 5, 2018, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 7:00 pm

San Francisco Shakespeare Festival presents ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. A 7pm start time this year makes it easier for children to enjoy this family-friendly show. Also new are 2 Thursday shows.

The play follows the misadventures of 4 young lovers, a group of aspiring actors, and a team of mischievous fairies as they meet in the woods on a summer night. Hilarity and chaos ensue, creating an evening filled with love and laughter. Come to a fun and informative 15-minute Green Show at 6:30 pm and learn more about the play. Kids will have a chance to get onstage with the actors!

No ticket needed. Bring your family and friends, a blanket, and a picnic to enjoy FREE professional theater!


Presented by San Francisco Shakespeare Festival.

The 9th Annual Chinatown Music Festival

12:00 下午 - 4:00 下午
Portsmouth Square
San Francisco  

Join #withoutwalls this summer with the 9th Annual Chinatown Music Festival!
The free afternoon music and alleyway festival brings together San Francisco residents and visitors alike and will feature an eclectic and inclusive mix of traditional and contemporary artists, performances, and art.

Performance Lineup
Lion Dance Me
Sandy Guo, vocalist, Chinese pop
The City Jazz Band
The 29th Street Swingtet
Fat Chance Belly Dance
Lex the Lexicon Artist

全美打擊犯罪夜 (免費入場)

5:45 下午 - 7:30 下午
林肯娛樂休閒中心/Lincoln Square Recreation Center
Oakland  CA

節目目的: 反犯罪活動之夜是一個全國性一年一度的盛事,宗旨是提高預防犯罪的意識,加強街坊鄰里的互助精神和團結,與社區警務合作,

內 容: 唱歌、舞蹈表演 , 攤位、有獎問答遊戲及免費供應食物派完即止。

參 加 者: 有市政府官員,社團領導,表演者,義工,街坊好友,大約400人等。
主辦機構: 林肯娛樂休閒中心
協辦機構: 廣東話市民學院同學會

SF Music Day 2018! – Colors of the Keyboard

12:00 下午 - 8:00 下午
SF War Memorial Veteran’s Building
San Francisco  CA

37 Local Ensembles • 4 Stages • 160 Musicians

Listen local at the eleventh annual SF Music Day, the Bay Area’s free daylong music festival in downtown San Francisco, presented by InterMusic SF. SF Music Day showcases the dynamism and diversity of Bay Area music, from string quartets to jazz combos, new music pioneers to chamber groups steeped in musical sounds from across the globe.