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35th Annual Carnaval San Francisco 2013

Saturday, May 25, 2013 10:00a to 6:00p
Harrison Street San Francisco, CA

Carnaval San Francisco will be celebrated in San Francisco’s Mission District over the Memorial Day weekend, May 25-26, 10am-6pm. This year’s theme is Carnaval Harlem Shake, showcasing the best Latin American and Caribbean cultural arts – 8 city blocks bursting with music, dance, and exotic food, with a Grand Parade of dazzling pageantry on Sunday, starting at 9:30am at the corner of 24th & Bryant Sts. This FREE 2-day festival is the largest multi-cultural celebration on the West Coast.

Created by Judeski

Performers at this Event
Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble
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The Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble of San Francisco, or LJYE, is a performing group of talented musicians ages ten to 18. Their repertoire features Latin jazz classics and original compositions at a level that has landed them gigs at the San Jose Jazz Festival, the KCSM Jazz Festival, KGO Radio, Yerba Buena Gardens, SF Museum of Modern Art, Paramount's Great America and the world-renown jazz club, Yoshi’s....
Rumbaché Remove performer from this event
Rumbaché has established themselves as one of the hottest San Francisco Bay Area Salsa Bands. Fusing salsa, timba, bomba, funk and whatever else they could find to spice up the mood, they provide a hard hitting style of playing....
Ruckatan Latin Tribe
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Music fans everywhere love Ruckatan Latin Tribe’s fusion of original Latin-reggae and world music. Band members hailing from three different continents infuse their culture and love of their roots into this new band, including Carlos Elizalde on vocals and hand percussions, Jose Angel Amador on vocals and keys, Blaine Hoopes on keys and various woodwinds, Derek Rolando on congas and timbales, Brian Camara on drums and percussions, Ray Uribes on bass and Ed "Loveletter" Elizalde on guitar.
Location & Nearby Info
Harrison Street
16th St. and Harrison St.
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 828-5348
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