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    15th annual Howard Street Faire

     


    15th Annual Howard Street Faire

     

    May 04, 2014 -- San Francisco, CA
    How Weird Street Faire is an annual outdoor
    street fair on Howard Street, from 1st Street
    to New Montgomery Street, in the South of Market
    district in San Francisco.

     

    Members of the San Francisco Police Department
    at the entrance, are now physically searching for
    contraband, like weapons or illegal drugs. In the
    previous years, people at the gate are just asking
    for a $10 donation.

     

    This yearly event is a project by the nonprofit
    World Peace Through Technology Organization.
    The theme for today May 04, 2014 is "How Weird
    in Outer Space."

     

    This festival bring in the liberal fun-loving people
    from diverse cities in the San Francisco Bay Area.
    They come in with colorful costumes and demeanor.

     

    The main attraction is the eclectic music in multiple
    stages: Enchanted Forest, Northern Nights, Temple
    Nightclub, Symbiosis Gathering, Underground
    Nomads, Hookahdome, Opel, Opulent Temple,
    Urge Productions, Party Babas, Red Marines, Pulse
    SF, Pink Mammoth, SF House Music, SomaFM...

     

    DJ Dulce Vita's energetic mix, can make my grandma
    gyrate with fist-pumping rhythm.

     

     

    CNN iReporter notary01

    San Francisco Bay Area

    May 2014

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