The World Peace Through Technology Organization presents

SUNDAY MAY 4, 2014
Noon to 8pm

Downtown San Francisco, Earth, Sol, Milky Way


On May the Fourth, the How Weird Street Faire, for the 15th time, will fill the streets of SoMa with a celebration of peace and creativity unlike any other. The faire will feature art, music, dancing, performances, technology exhibits, peace activities, unique vendors from around the world, and much more. You are invited to participate in the greatest street faire in the galaxy, and the start of the San Francisco festival season.

May the Fourth be with you in 2014!


The How Weird Street Faire is a world-class music festival, featuring the full range of electronic dance music styles. There will be 10 stages of great music, art, and sound systems from some of the best sound collectives on the planet.

How Weird 2014 will feature stages by Enchanted Forest, Muti Music, Symbiosis Gathering, Northern Nights, Opel, Opulent Temple, Space Monkeys, Pink Mammoth, SF House Music, Temple Nightclub, Party Babas, Red Marines Festival, Boombox Affair, THINK YOU CAN DJ Game Show, Pulse SF, and more!


The How Weird Street Faire is once again participating in National Dance Week this year. As a part of the festivities, there will be a special National Dance Week stage next to the center intersection, featuring dancers from around the world and some free dance lessons spread throughout the day.


An expanded Art Alley will be in a new location this year, on Tehama Street off of 2nd Street. Come see live art, interactive art, local arts and crafts vendors, music, and even a game show! Be creative at the world famous Art Alley.


This year, we have a special edition of the world famous Magic Sticker for only $10.
They come with hundreds of dollars of savings, many free things,
and even more magic!

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The How Weird Street Faire is a project of the non-profit
World Peace Through Technology Organization

World Peace Through Technology Organization