Howard and 12th Streets
San Francisco, California

Sunday May 7th - from Noon to 8pm - four city blocks of San Francisco will be packed with art, music, education, performances, vendors, food and drinks, and a lot of people in costumes!

The How Weird Street Faire features the full range of electronic music, much of it performed live. There will be seven stages of world-class music from...

SUNSET STAGE (house music)
produced by Pacific Sound

TANTRA STAGE (psytrance music)
produced by Tantra

CCC STAGE (downtempo and psytrance music)
produced by the CCC and Ceiba Records

LOWPRO LOUNGE STAGE (live music and DJs)
produced by Lowpro Lounge

produced by An-ten-nae, Muti Music, Addictech, and Nexus

SOUND OF MIND / OPEL STAGE (an eclectic mix of music)
produced by Sound of Mind and Opel Productions

DUB BEAUTIFUL / FALSE PROFIT STAGE (ambient and downtempo music)
produced by the Dub Beautiful Collective and False Profit

plus a performance and chill area...
produced by Harmony Festival and Earthdance

And check out the non-profit booths gathered to educate you on peace, the environment, and other topics... including Just Think's mobile media education gallery.

Go to the website for more information, and line-ups (coming soon)...

the 7th annual How Weird Street Faire
Sunday May 7, 2006 - Noon to 8pm
ENTRANCE: 12th St. & South Van Ness -and- Howard & 11th Streets
Requested donation of $10 ($5 in costume, kids free)

The How Weird Street Faire is a project of the non-profit
World Peace Through Technology Organization

Music can change the world.
Peace is possible.

Official Website:

Added by Jman on March 4, 2006