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  • About the Haight Ashbury Street Fair


Here's a way you can help HASF to continue producing the annual Haight-Ashbury Street Fair by making a donation. Funds raised through this fund-raising effort will go towards production costs of the event. HASF appreciates your support!


HASF is now accepting Sponsorship proposals for the 41st Haight-Ashbury Street Fair. Click here to review the 2018 HASF Sponsorship Package.

2018 Poster On Sale Now!

To order your 2018 HASF Poster #41, click here.

October 20th, 11:00am - 4:00pm
Waller Street Cul-de-sac @Stanyan

The 13th annual Halloween Hootenanny will be taking place at its usual location - the Waller Street Cul-de-sac (at Stanyan Street). The previously announced re-location is no longer valid; sorry for the confusion. This Family friendly event has become a tradition in The Haight & provides children a fun & safe place to celebrate Halloween. Join us for some hands-on arts & crafts; face painting; jumping cage fun; & more. This is a Haight-Ashbury Street Fair (HASF) Production & sponsored by local residents, Haight Street merchants & others. For more information, contact .






HASF October Benefit Line-Up @ MILK Bar

The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair (HASF) series of fund-raisers at The MILK Bar (1840 Haight Street) continues on Wednesday, Oct. 17th.  The SILK ROAD TRUCKERS & THE TORTURED are on the bill.  The show begins at 9:30 pm.  The benefit for the Haight-Ashbury Street Fair is being co-sponsored by the BASA Collective dispensary (1326 Grove Street). A $10 donation at the door is being requested.  

Oct. 17, 2018 - SILK ROAD TRUCKERS + THE TORTURED - 9:30 pm 








A special "The Tubes at Haight Street Fair" poster is on sale now in the HASF Store.  

The 12" x 16" poster was designed by Prarie Prince, drummer of The Tubes, exclusively for HASF and only 300 were printed.  Proceeds from the poster sales will help pay for this year's event.  Click here to order your limited printing of "The Tubes at Haight Street Fair" poster.

  • Halloween Hootenanny 2018
  • HASF Milk Bar Benefit
  • The Tubes HASF Show 2012
  • Posters & Cards
  • Posters & Cards
  • Haight-Ashbury Street Fair's official
    HASF posters and cards are available. Begin your collection with the 2005 — 2009 series. Click here for details.

  • Pablo Blotter Art
  • Pablo Blotter Art
  • Blotter Art memorializing Pablo Heising and celebrating HASF's 30th anniversary on sale. Quantities are limited. Click here for details.

  • HASF 40th Anniversary Pin
  • HASF 40th Anniversary Pin
  • Celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Haight-Ashbury Street Fair with the official HASF souvenir pin. Click here to place an order.

Featured Vendor: Gourmet Grater

GOURMET GREATER:  Something for every kitchen wizard on the block: Ceramic Graters.  Selling a wide variety of ceramic graters, ceraic mills and BBQ grill mats.  For more info or to shop online, go to

Visit Gourmet Grater at www.


HASF's Mission

The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the cultural and historical significance of this district by sponsoring the annual community celebration and in supporting community programs that incorporate the neighborhood’s spirit of diversity, cooperation and humanism.

Since 1978, we have produced the annual, one-day street fair that allows the community to celebrate the cultural contributions this district has made to San Francisco. This festival provides the neighborhood with the opportunity to showcase the variety of mercantile, cultural and community services available in this district. By creating a festival atmosphere, the street fair creates a stage for many artisans, musicians, artists and performers to present their work to the public. And, as a community service, HASF enables many non-profit organizations a chance to conduct outreach campaigns.

Our activities are not limited to a one-day festival. We also sponsor other community events such as the annual Halloween Hootenanny that provides a safe environment for the children of the neighborhood to celebrate the spirit of Halloween. We hope to promote and create many more programs and events that help serve the cultural needs of the Haight-Ashbury and anyone else that want to join in on the fun.