Must Attend Events in February
From mixology courses to Chinese New Year celebrations, music festivals to symphony performances, here is a list of must attend events to get on your social calendar this month.
Discover the past, present and future of Korea in Asian Art Museum’s Couture Korea exhibit through February 4.
The San Francisco Half Marathon & 5K on February 4 both begin in Golden Gate Park, but the half marathon continues south to the zoo with ocean views.
Join the hands-on class, Cocktails 101 : The art of Mixology you’ll learn the history and the evolution of the cocktail, and all the basics for their preparation on February 5, 13 or 26.
Enjoy hundreds of tasting events, brunches, and dinners during SF Beer Week on February 9-18.
The Chinese Parade and Festival have grown to be the largest celebration of Asian culture outside of Asia. Explore the full calendar of events from February 10-25.
Brighten up winter with a walk among 39,000 tulips at Tulipmania on Pier 39 from February 10-18.
Join the largest and longest-running Cuban dance and music event in the country during the 10th Annual Salsa Rueda Festival on February 15-19 at The Historic Hotel Whitcomb.
San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Public Tasting is billed as the largest competition of U.S. wines in the world. Taste them in the Festival Pavilion at Fort Mason Center on February 17.
Join Chef Kaz Matsune for fun and educational basic Sushi-Making Class everyone is raving about during Sushi Making Class & Saturday Brunch on February 17.
Roll in the Year of the Dog with acrobatics, art, drumming and stories at the Asian Art Museum on February 18.
See where the magic happens and learn a little more about the history of Ritual during the Ritual Coffee Roastery Tour on February 19.
The San Francisco Symphony performs two works by Bernstein and a symphony by Shostakovich at Davies Symphony Hall on February 22-24.
The Pacific Orchid and Garden Exposition features 150,000 beautiful blooms and offers docent tours, vibrant exhibits, and cultivation tips at the San Francisco County Fair Building from February 23-25.
See beautiful floats, elaborate costumes, ferocious lions, exploding firecrackers, and Miss Chinatown USA at the Chinese New Year Parade on February 24, which begins at the corner of 2nd Street and Market Street.
The Lunar New Year Concert and Imperial Dinner on February 24 includes a pre-concert reception with lion and ribbon dancing, tea bars, Chinese calligraphy, children’s entertainment, and “lucky” red envelopes and a concert by San Francisco Symphony in Davies Symphony Hall.
Sway to the sounds of Tertulia Chamber Music at Town Hall on February 25.
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