CARNAVAL SAN FRANCISCO 2-DAY FESTIVAL

Photo courtesy of Trinibwoy Rog. 

 

 

THE 2-DAY FAMILY CELEBRATION IS MAY 23rd AND MAY 24th, 2020

 

Come celebrate with us at the 42nd annual Carnaval San Francisco, a FREE 2–day family festival in San Francisco’s Mission District over Memorial Day weekend — on Harrison Street between 16th and 24th Streets — and experience global cuisine, international music, dance, arts & crafts, and other fun activities and entertainment on every street corner for the entire family to enjoy. Carnaval San Francisco is the largest multi–cultural celebration on the West Coast.

 

 


 

Thank You to Our Presenting Sponsor:

 

“lyft”

 


 

2020 VENDOR APPLICATIONS

 

Carnaval San Francisco will offer global cuisine, international music, dance, arts & crafts, and other fun activities and entertainment on every street corner to the 400,000 visitors it will see during the Festival and Grand Parade. If you're interested in being an Exhibitor or Food Vendor at the Festival, please complete the applications listed below.

 

EXHIBITORS:

If you would like to pay using Paypal, please fill out the online application HERE.

 

FOOD VENDORS:

If you would like to pay using Paypal, please fill out the online application HERE.

 

REQUIRED forms for Food Vendors:

SFFD VENDOR FORM

SFFD SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION

SFFD PERMIT APPLICATION

SFFD PERMIT INSTRUCTIONS

SFFD SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

ZERO WASTE REQUIREMENTS

 

MFF CONCESSIONAIRE APPLICATION (Food Truck or Cart)

 

TFF CONCESSIONAIRE APPLICATION (Food and/or Beverage Booth)

TFF CONCESSIONAIRE OPERATING REQUIREMENTS

TFF CONCESSIONAIRE FAQ

TFF CONCESSIONAIRE STRUCTURAL AND OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES

 

Questions or comments, please contact:
Rodrigo Durán at (415) 691-1147 or R.duran@carnavalsanfrancisco.org
For Spanish please call Pepe Jose Rodriguez (415) 971-6180

 

 


 

VOTER REGISTRATION BOOTH

 

Visit our Voter Registration Booth at the festival and register to vote! You can also register to vote online any time.

 

 


 

VIDEOS

 

Festival goers Ana and Erick dancing Street Style Salsa.