Union Street Festival is located in the historic Cow Hollow District in San Francisco on Union Street between Fillmore Street and Octavia Street. The event will be held Saturday June 3rd from 11am to 7pm and Sunday, June 4th from 10am to 6pm.
We recommend using google maps to find door-to-door directions to the event. Click here to get directions to the event. The main highway next to the event is highway 101- Union Street intersects with 101 and is on the west side of the highway.
There is no dedicated onsite parking available, and we highly recommend use of public transportation or ride sharing. If you need to drive to the event there are two nearby parking garages we recommend:
Lombard Street Garage – Lot #202 – 8 minute walk to event edge
2055 Lombard St., San Francisco CA 94123
Pierce Street Garage – Lot #206 – 10 minute walk to event edge
3236 Pierce St, San Francisco, CA 94123
We also recommend checking out impark.com – which helps you book the lots above in advance impark.com
We recommend checking out 511.org to plan your trip to the event. We highly encourage taking public transportation for getting to the event as parking can be difficult and we also encourage our patrons to be environmentally conscious in their decisions when and where possible.
We encourage our attendees to take green forms of transportation to get to the event. We will provide bicycle parking on Buchanan Street where there will be an area to lock your bike up during the event.
It is recommended that you try to take forms of transportation to the event that do not require parking your vehicle. It will be easier for you and you will not need to worry about navigate your way to and from the event after parking. There is a designated pickup and drop off zone on the south east side of the corner of Fillmore Street and Union Street.
Compliments of our luxury rideshare partner Alto please enjoy $15 off rides to and from Union Street Festival with code UNIONST15
Expect professional employee drivers, branded luxury SUVs, and water and chargers for the ride home.
You can take Bart to the event but you will need to transfer to a bus to make it to the event. Exit Bart at the Hyde St & Grove St stop in San Francisco. The Buses 101, 130 and 150 will take you to your destination but recommend visiting Bart.gov to plan your trip
While Cow Hollow is one of the safest neighborhoods in the city its always advisable to take extra precautions. There are several garages in the area that have overnight security or have limited access during the late hours. If safety is a concern we recommend parking your garage in one that is staffed overnight. If you need to park on the street we recommend parking in areas of the district that are away from bars and nightlife.
One of the most famous spots on the street is the McElroy Octagon House located on the corner of Union Street and Gough Street The home was built in 1861 and is a historic landmark in San Francisco. . Octagon homes became popular during the period as they were desired for their increased living area, more light within the home and were easier to hear, but also stayed cooler during the summer. It is also rumored that the home is haunted and a ghost appears every November 24th.
Nearby is the Marina district with a variety of experiences from open space parks, to food experiences like Ghirardelli Square. We highly recommend doing some exploring as there is a lot to offer in the area.