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3 Festivals to Check Out in San Francisco This March

  • February 14, 2019

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There's never any shortage of arts and culture events in San Francisco - its scene is world-famous, after all! And if you're visiting the Bay Area in March, there are a few really great festivals that you should check out. Read more about them below and, while you're planning your trip, be sure to book your stay with us here at Holiday Inn San Francisco Airport. We're conveniently located, with a wide variety of clean, modern, and spacious accommodations, and fantastic in-room and on-site amenities. Check out our special offers and make your reservations today! 
Noise Pop
The 27th annual indie music and arts festival, which runs from February 25-March 3, is a perfect way to catch some live music and explore San Francisco at the same time. Shows are held in some of the best venues around the city, which allows concertgoers to hop from venue to venue to catch bands they want to see. Along with concerts, there are also films and art shows featured at the festival. This year, musical headliners include Beirut, Princess Nokia, Yuna, Bob Mould, and Teenage Fanclub. 
California Artisan Cheese Festival
The 13th annual California Artisan Cheese Festival takes place from March 23-24 in Santa Rosa. The festival celebrates the local artisan cheesemaking community, with seminars, tours to local farms at which attendees can learn how cheese and other products are made, tastings, and a marketplace where vendors will have their handcrafted goods available for purchase.
International Ocean Film Festival
The International Ocean Film Festival, which runs from March 7-10, is dedicated to increasing public awareness of the environmental, social, and cultural importance of marine ecosystems. The annual festival, which launched in 2004, produces ocean-themed films from around the world. Some of the participating films this year include Living with the Oceans by Nicky Milne (UK) and Sharkwater Extinction by Rob Stewart (Canada)


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