In addition to the popular weekend Fair, we will be hosting an exclusive Wholesale Marketfor buyers and shop owners, Friday, July 17th from 12pm – 5pm at the Festival Pavilion. Buyers and Makers will have the chance to interact, exchange line sheets, establish wholesale accounts, and get exclusive price analysis from SKUE. If you’re an interested Buyer, please RSVP here.
At our San Francisco Fair, you’ll find an ample assortment of outstanding handmade goods, a perfect Summer gift-giving solution for upcoming weddings, birthdays, housewarmings and more! Illustrated paper goods, jewelry, children’s accessories and toys, pet products, natural beauty collections, clothing, and housewares are just some of the categories present at this year’s San Francisco Fair. Check out this year’s line up of 500 talented Makers, food and drink, activities and more here.
The Pavilions will be filled with excitement, shopping and a plethora of interactive activities at this year’s Fair. North Carolina artist Angela Eastman will be installing her large-scale signature steel sculpture installations to invigorate the space with an artistic energy. While Jessica Ceballos and The Poetry Store will be on-hand creating custom poems for shoppers. Feeling inspired by all the creativity? Give your skin a Summer glow at the build-your-own facial clay mask bar with Handcrafted Honey Bee or stamp initials into handmade soaps with Outlaw Trading Co. Those on the hunt for some vintage treasures can visit with Lost Girls Vintage and shop their trailer full of found and selected goods from around the country.
Make sure to bring your appetite to sample selections of artisanal foods from vendors such as Shades of Sugar Bakeshop, Tea Drops, and many more! Plus, some of San Francisco’s most delicious food purveyors will be hanging out serving up some delicious street food to round out the day: Tante’s, and Jicama California Street Food will be posted up throughout the weekend alongside some Summer sweet treats from Post Street Creamery and Secret Scoop.
FedEx will have a Shipping Station on-site, where attendees and Makers can enjoy simple, flat rate shipping for their one-of-a-kind goods.
Don’t forget to stop by the free-to-use Magnolia Photo Booth and pose pretty with friends with handpainted props!
Getting There: The Fort Mason Center entrance is located at 2 Marina Blvd, on the corner of Marina Blvd. and Buchanan St. From the entrance attendees must walk through the Fort Mason complex to Herbst Pavilion and Festival Pavilion, which are the last Pavilions on the Bay. Due to limited parking, visitors are encouraged to walk, bike, or take public transportation to the Fair. Route directions to the Fair here.
Uber is sponsoring rides for the Renegade Craft Fair. New users can get up to $20 off their first Uber ride using the code RCF2015. To sign up, download the app or head to uber.com/go/RCF2015.
Want to spread the word? Join our Facebook event and invite your friends. Grab our e-flyer and pass it around. Add #RenegadeCraftFair and #RenegadeSF to your RCF-related Instagram pictures and tweets! We love seeing what our followers and makers are up to!
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