This week's SF Happenings post features the Treasure Island Music Festival, Hunter's Point Shipyard Artists, and the BayviewLIVE Festival.

Welcome to Reset San Francisco’s ninth installment of SF Happenings, a weekly series that highlights amazing things happening in San Francisco and throughout the Bay Area.

The articles cover everything from art exhibits and cultural events to outdoor activities and a seemingly never-ending array of new restaurants and other spots opening.

Each week, we publish a roundup of the coolest events and fun things to do so you can plan your weekend — and maybe even the next few weeks — with ease.

Happening This Weekend…

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Treasure Island Music Festival


As described on Wikipedia:

Treasure Island Music Festival is an annual two-day music festival that takes place on Treasure Island, California, located in the San Francisco Bay. The festival is produced by Noise Pop and Another Planet Entertainment (APE).

The first day of the festival consists of electronica and hip hop/rap influenced performers while the second day consists of rock and indie rock influenced performers…”

This year’s festival, which is the 10th annual, will feature more than two dozen artists, including: Ice CubeYoung Thug, Sigur Ros, and James Blake.

And if you’re looking for some fun things to do on Treasure Island besides the music festival, we’ve got you covered.


On Saturday, October 15, 2016, the first acts will kick off at 12:00 PM and last act will take the stage at 11:00 PM.

On Sunday, October 16, 2016, the music will start up again at 12:00 PM and final artists will begin playing at approximately 9:20 PM.


The music festival will take place on Treasure Island. The festival organizers have arranged for complimentary shuttles from San Francisco and the East Bay.


General admission tickets start at $105 for a single day or $179.50 for a two-day pass. VIP passes are also available.

Tickets can be purchase online or in person at the Treasure Island box office.

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Hunter’s Point Artists – Fall Open Studios


Did you know? “The Hunters Point Shipyard Artists (HPSA) are the largest community of artists in the United States, [featuring] more than 250 artists in working studios.”

Located in the former U.S. naval shipyard of San Francisco, HPSA opens its doors to the public just three times a year: Spring Open Studios (April), Fall Open Studios (October) and the Holiday Party and Art Show (December).

Lucky for you, one of those times (yes, you guessed it: Fall Open Studios) is coming up!

As described on the website, Fall Open Studios will feature:

  • More than 160 artists’ studios open to the public – Meet the artists (like Nikki Vismara), see where they create their work and buy art directly from them. Come see great works of art: painting, sculpture, printmaking, jewelry, photography, and more.
  • STAR auction preview show and silent art auction running all weekend in the Building 101 Auditorium!
  • Local food, beverages, and entertainment on the edge of the Bay in the newest arts district in San Francisco. Bring the family and the pooch!


Saturday, October 15, 2016 and Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM


Hunters Point Art Studios – Horn Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States

A map and directions are available here.


Free admission and free parking!

Coming Up Soon…

BayviewLIVE Festival - SF Happenings

BayviewLIVE Festival


As explained by Imprint.City executive director Tyra Fennell:

BayviewLIVE, a festival created to address the digital divide by leveraging resources to support tech education for neighborhood youth will welcome Grammy Award nominated artist Jidenna, a large scale mural lead by artist Cameron Moberg and youth artists from the Mural Mural and Art Project and a robust tech experience area provided by Air B&B…

“The BayviewLIVE Festival is presented by the Imprint.City, the Mural Music and Art Project and Mission Bit with funding support from the California Arts Council, Facebook, KQED, the San Francisco Community Challenge Grant Program, Five Point, Air B&B, the Bayview YMCA, SF Foundation, the Bayview Alliance, the Bay Bridged, the Zellerbach Foundation and McCormack, Baron, Salazar.”


Saturday, October 22, 2016 at 12:00 – 7:00 PM


Egbert Avenue between Third and Jennings Street in the Bayview Hunter’s Point


The festival is free but the organizers welcome donations, which can be made online.

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