Labor Day weekend in San Francisco offers several fun activities and events. This year, the holiday is Friday, August 29 - Monday, September 1, 2014.
Highlights this weekend include Free Shakespeare in the Park, SF Giants Baseball and Union Square Live. You can also catch a performance of Beach Blanket Babylon, see the Matisse exhibit at the Legion of Honor or head across the bay to the Sausalito Arts Festival.
Many organizations are still finalizing their event plans for Labor Day Weekend. I'll continue to add updates to this page as more information becomes available.
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Head over to the Presidio on Labor Day Weekend in San Francisco to catch Shakespeare in the Park. This year's free show is The Taming of the Shrew. They are still finalizing the specific details for performances, but they are typically on Saturday, Sunday and Monday afternoons at 2pm on the Main Post Parade Ground Lawn (between Graham Street & Keyes Avenue). More details to follow soon.
Learn More: Other Top Attractions in the Presidio
Join the comedic cast of Beach Blanket Babylon for one of their many performances this weekend. This long running musical pokes fun at pop culture and will keep you laughing all night long.
All performances are 21+ except their special family friendly performance on Sunday afternoons.
Learn More: Beach Blanket Babylon FAQ & Ticket Info
Enjoy some baseball at AT&T Park with the Giants. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the Giants take on the Milwaukee Brewers. Click on the link below for the full 2014 Giants home game schedule and tips to !
Learn More: SF Giants 2014 Home Schedule
All summer long, you can see free live music and dance performances in Union Square with Union Square Live! The 2014 schedule is not yet available. However, they always feature one performance on Sunday afternoon during Labor Day Weekend from 2pm to 4pm. No tickets required. Click the link below for the 2013 schedule and to get an idea on what to expect for 2014.
Discover the District: Union Square in SF
September is a great time to go whale watching near the Farallon Islands in the Pacific Ocean. This time of year, both the blue and humpback whales migrate through the area. You might also get the chance to see dolphins, seals and great white sharks. This 6-hour journey is a great choice for those that love to be out on the open water.
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Head to the Legion of Honor this weekend for one of the last chances to see the Matisse exhibit from the SF MOMA. The SF MOMA is closed through the spring of 2016 for renovations and this is the last chance to see this exhibit until it reopens in their new space. This exhibit is on display at the Legion of Honor through September 7, 2014.
Learn More: Tips to Visit the Legion of Honor
Full Calendar: All Museum Exhibits on Display this Weekend
Labor Day Weekend is one of the best times to visit the Northern California wine regions. During this time, both the leaves and the grapes turn colors and the landscape is gorgeous. You can also sip and sample some of the top reds and whites on the market today. These full day tours leave around 8am and return in the early evening, so you can still head out in the city that night.
Learn More: Wine Tours
Just across the bay, you will find one of the best arts festivals in the area. The Sausalito Art Festival is a local favorite and includes fine wine, gourmet food and premium beers. You will also find hundreds of pieces of art on display as well as live music all weekend long. On Saturday and Sunday, head over between 9am and 6pm. On Labor Day Monday, the festival is from 9am to 5pm.
Learn More: 2014 Sausalito Art Festival
This weekend, and every weekend, the SF Public Library offers free walking tours throughout the city. On Saturday, you can walk the Mission Murals at 11am, learn more about the Japanese Tea Garden at 1pm or visit Japantown at 2pm. On Sunday, you can walk on the Golden Gate Bridge at 11am or head to the eclectic Haight Ashbury District for their tour at 1pm. Monday is also full of fun tours including the Chinatown walk at 10am and the Bawdy and Naughty journey at 11am.
Learn More: Additional Guided Walking Tours in SF
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