With car-free streets, free activities and plenty of chances to meet your neighbors, Sunday Streets most urban route celebrates the centrally-located and densely-populated Tenderloin, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods and home of TenderArts, CounterPulse’s Neighborhood Arts Program.
Stop by the CounterPulse ten for free art-making and drumming. Block Fest Artist Activators Jeff Marshall, Rick Darnell, Steve Tanksley, and Trash Mash-Up will be holding it down with fun, free, and family-friendly activities—including a drumming circle!
CounterPulse will be posted up near 500 Ellis Street between Leavenworth and Hyde.
See you in the TL!
To learn more about Sunday Streets, visit www.sundaystreetssf.com/sunday-streets-2019/tenderloin041419
Block Fest is supported by BLICK Art Materials and the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development Invest In Neighborhoods program.
Block Fest is a part of 4 Corner Friday.