Bay to Breakers is a mix of pure fun, a few hills, silly costumes, some serious runners and a good dose of history to boot. These days, serious competitors come from 40-plus nations. Bring a camera because the costumes get better every year. If you’d rather watch the action than run with the masses, here are some of the best places to view the pack. But wherever you go, get there early. The starting line is at 300 Howard Street, San Francisco, at 8 a.m. on May 15th.
San Francisco’s Zappos.com Bay to Breakers is an annual footrace operated by Wasserman Events and has run continuously for over 100 year as a staple to the City by the Bay. With a starting point near the San Francisco Bay, a few blocks from The Embarcadero, the 12K race runs west through the city and finishes at the Great Highway where breakers crash onto the Pacific Coast’s Ocean Beach. A quintessential San Francisco experience since 1912, the race is interwoven into the fabric of the city and is a true reflection and celebration of life between the breakers and the Bay.
Our friends at Travel San Francisco are encouraging people visiting San Francisco to “Leave your heart in San Francisco this Valentine’s day.” Wether you’re going to “Woo at the Zoo” or the “Eternity Ball,” there is a reason for everyone to leave their heart in the City by The Bay this Valentine’s Day.
By SF Station The biggest sporting event of the year is happening right here in the San Francisco Bay Area at the newly built Levi’s stadium. Celebrate 50 years of NFL football with John Madden at a VIP brunch, smoke cigars with the pros at Jones or attend an all-star concert hosted by Rolling Stone […]
If you’re thinking of stepping outside the man cave on Super Bowl Sunday, the Bay Area offers sports fans a fine selection of bars to gather in, revel and worship the gridiron.
Here are some of the best spots in San Francisco to catch the Super Bowl:
Everyone has a different preference when it comes to watching big sporting events like the Super Bowl. Some prefer to avoid the craziness and watch their own homes.
Super Bowl Sunday. The greatest day in football. And it’s coming to the Bay Area in 2016.
Levi’s® Stadium in Santa Clara will see the first Super Bowl played in the Northern California since 1985. Our goal is that everyone in attendance has the experience of a lifetime. NFL fans across the globe can expect an experience that not only pays honor to the sport, but also to the Bay Area’s beauty, culture, and innovative spirit. For those fans located in the Bay Area, here is a calendar of events that lead up to game day.
So you simply want to watch the game with a cool crowd, in a cool bar and maybe, meet a cool guy or girl? Sports bars are fun! These are our picks for bars featuring the big game:
Super Bowl City presented by Verizon is open January 30 – February 7, 2016 and is free to the public. The fan village is designed to celebrate Super Bowl 50 and to highlight its unique place in the Bay Area.
Centered in the Sue Bierman Park area of Super Bowl City, from January 30 – February 7, The City Stage will be the pulse of Super Bowl City. With more than 35 free performances, The City Stage will showcase a wide variety of live musical, cultural and performing arts entertainers.Grammy-winning artist Alicia Keys, OneRepublic, The Band Perry, Matt Nathanson and Chris Isaak will headline free shows in Super Bowl City . For the full schedule see below or visit our Event Calendar.