Plans are now underway for the 36th Annual Haight-Ashbury Street Fair which will be happening on Sunday, June 9, 2013, from 11 AM until 5:30 PM. Updates on this year's street fair will be posted shortly including information on vending booths; the 2013 HASF Poster Contest; Battle of the Bands; Children's Alley; and more.
The Haight-Ashbury Street Fair (HASF) is a one-day festival that is held annually on the second Sunday of June that celebrates and showcases the Haight-Ashbury District of San Francisco. Since 1978, this event has allowed people from the neighborhood, the Bay Area and the world, an opportunity to come together for one big happening. HASF features live music, a variety of foods, a festive atmosphere and a chance to to dance down Haight Street on a sunny afternoon.
36th Annual Haight-Ashbury Street Fair® Sunday - June 9, 2013
The Annual Haight-Ashbury Street Fair (HASF) will once again be taking place on Haight Street and celebrating its 36th year of providing a showcase for this world famous neighborhood on Sunday, June 9, 2013.
And we are offering your business an opportunity to be a part of one of the most highly anticipated events of the San Francisco Sumer Event Season. Our event draws over 90,000 for this one-day festival not only from the Bay Area but also attracts people across the U.S.A. and the world.
We are seeking individuals, companies and foundations with an interest reaching out to a cross section of people who celebrate innovation, creativity and optimism. This is an opportunity to connect with the energetic and positive vibes of a generation that never grows old and manages to continually expand its horizons.
HASF is offering a variety of Sponsorship Levels designed to accommodate your marketing and outreach goals while simultaneously securing your imprint within the Haight-Ashbury Street Fair. Each level enables a Sponsor to focus on the various components that make-up the street fair. The outreach and marketing opportunities this event presents to participating Sponsors throughout the day are prodigious and plentiful.
HASF is now accepting vendor applications from merchandise vendors, marketing agencies, non-profit organizations and individuals wishing to participate in the 36th Annual Haight-Ashbury Street Fair. Please click here to download a copy of the 2013 HASF Vendor's Application.
Limited space in the Food Vending areas is available. However, we are no longer accepting on-site, open air grill (BBQ style) food vendors - all corners are taken. To receive a Food Vendor's Application, please send a request for an application along with a written description of your products to .
The official 2013 Haight-Ashbury Street Fair Poster was created by Casey Castille, a first time winner.
This image captures the colorful and mystical essence of the Haight-Ashbury.
The poster will be available soon at our online marketplace, HASF Store, and selected stores in The Haight.
(We are booked for this years BOB, thanks for all the submissions!)
Battle Dates Will Be: (5 Battles - On Thursday Nights)
March 14th & 28th, April 11th & 25th and May 9th
~ FINAL on Saturday, June 1st ~
2 Bands will get to play at our 36th HASF
Doors @ 9:00 / show @ 9:30
$7.00 - $10.00 sliding scale
@ Milk SF
1840 Haight Street
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.
S & C JEWELS - Showcasing a variety of stylistic jewelry, genstone rings, genstone necklaces and earrings.
Visit S & C Jewels at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.