San Francisco

Renegade Celebrates Summer

at Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 22, 2016

Renegade Craft Fair returns to the San Francisco Bay Area, bringing its curated showcase of the best in modern craft and design to the Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion on July 16 and 17 for a weekend of music, food, DIY workshops, breathtaking views of the Bay,  and more!

Attendees will have a chance to browse and discover unique handcrafted jewelry, clothing, art, beauty products, decor, and accessories from nearly 300 makers and artisans. Explore the mezzanine for vintage Americana treasures from Born to Roam and Maude, a solar powered, eco-friendly mobile boutique located inside of a hand-restored 1962 Shasta Travel Trailer. Then take part in a glass-making demonstration by Bullseye Glass Co., and check out live poetry courtesy of White Cotton Rose.

Magnolia Photo Booth Co. will also be on site for visitors to commemorate the occasion with instant archival prints!

To top it all off, the weekend’s festivities will include an assortment of exciting food and beverage options, including tasty bites and treats by Kokio Republic, Tante’s, Post Street Creamery, Four Barrel Coffee, Verde Vivo Tea, and a full bar, along with music by DJ REDLite.

Official RCF Media Sponsor Time Out San Francisco will raffle off a goodie bag worth over $1,000, full of handmade products from the Fair’s makers. The winner for the raffle will be chosen at random following the Fair.

Getting There:

Fort Mason Center is located along the northern waterfront between Aquatic Park and the Marina Green. Parking lots on site are open to the public but have limited capacity.

We encourage visitors to walk, bike, or take public transit to the Fair. Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture is served by the following MUNI lines: 28, 30, 30X, 43, 47 and 49. In addition, Golden Gate Transit stops at the intersection of Lombard and Fillmore Streets.

Renegade Craft Fair is the largest independent craft fair in the world, attracting more than 300,000 attendees annually across multiple fairs in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Austin, Portland, Seattle, and London. Its mission is to create a vibrant and lively atmosphere that both reflects and illuminates the work of today’s modern makers. One part entrepreneurial incubator and one part community gathering space, it culminates in a festive celebration of DIY.