There is no better way to celebrate the 10/10/10 than attending the most intriguing street faire of the year.This Sunday marks the 11th Annual Heat the Street Faire on the city streets of San Francisco. The Heat the Street Faire celebrates creativity, eco-friendliness, and on fire talent. In addition to celebrating the art of fire, this event marks the 25th anniversary of Burning Man, an event that has walked outside the box to illustrate the individual in the crowd.
Help out the public arts fund by stopping by and munch on on an array of street food, both meaty and vegetarian dishes. The wide array of dishes are presented by Hal who believes in eating healthy and eating for a purpose(in this case, EAT FOR ART).
This year will be a showcase of fire eaters, fire artists, art cars,burning man affiliates , and out of this world musicians. The full schedule of entertainment can be viewed on the B urning Man website; below are some highlights of this weekend’s affair:
1. Aaron Glass
2. Bass Ritual
4. Black Rock City
1. Kristian Akseth
2. Ailene Lawlor
4. Bicycle Coffee
5. Chopper Rockets
Since the street faire prides itself in being earth-friendly, they ask that all visitors take public transportation to attend the earthy event and to honor Global Climate Awareness Day( yes there is such a day). Global Climate Awareness aims to reduce the carbon footprint by 10%. IIf driving is a must, there is a parking lot at UCSF for $5 for all Street Faire attendees.
The hosts of the event ask for a $10 donation from patrons dressed in Black Rock Couture costumes, a $12 donation from street clothed folks, and as always children under the age of 12 are free. If you would like to volunteer at the Heat the Street Faire check out he website below to learn how.
Heat the Street Faire
Noon until Midnight
Indiana street from Mariposa street to 22nd street
www.planttrees.org for more information