SAN DIEGO, CA (PRWEB) September 09, 2015
From Pier 48 to an historic neighborhood, from street artists to the symphony, San Francisco has it all. September is one of the best times to visit, with temperate weather allowing visitors to tour the city in comfort. With the hustle and bustle of summer over Tommy Middaugh suggests these events for a San Francisco vacation.
1. Oktoberfest by the Bay – San Francisco is proud to host one of the Top Ten Ocktoberfest festivals in the US. Nonstop music, singing, dancing, and the best in German food and drink make this a must see while visiting. Taking place September 25-27, with four sessions available to attend, this is a great event for a weekend visit. Pier 48 will be rocking with the music from the Chico Bavarian Band and the Internationals. Traditional Bavarian dancing provides additional entertainment. Children are invited to attend on Sunday only. Three to four hours is the ideal amount of time to stay, eat, drink, and be entertained.
2. Blues Festival – The 5th Annual Bay Area Blues Festival opens with a twist this year. September 26th and 27th bring two great festivals together. Hear amazing blues music on two separate stages and see artists use sidewalk chalk to create amazing street art with both a Blues and traditional Italian theme. This warm and friendly neighborhood atmosphere is the perfect escape from the big city, and with gourmet food booths, a Farmers Market, craft beers and fine wines, all senses will be satisfied.
3. Symphony Gala – Tommy Middaugh, Travel To Go Vice President, knows the San Francisco Symphony kicks off their year with a great party. On September 24th, grab a glass of sparkling wine, walk down the red carpet, and enjoy a fantastic opening concert. Director Michael Tilson Thomas leads the orchestra with guest vocalists Patrick Stewart, Alexandra Silber, and Nathan Gunn. The night continues with an after party with delicious treats, live music, and dancing. Interested patrons can upgrade tickets to include a formal dinner package and premium reserved seating at the concert. Proceeds from this glamorous event benefit the Symphony’s education and community programs.
Travel To Go is ready to help visitors discover the various entertainment options for the Bay Area. For more information on these great events and assistance with other travel planning needs, contact Travel To Go today.
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