3rd on Third Coming Soon!
San Francisco’s Bayview Neighborhood comes alive for 3rd on Third, a community-wide arts celebration for the whole family sponsored by the San Francisco Arts Commission and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. Activities include pop-up galleries, food trucks, a beer and wine garden, and a special children’s zone with free art-making activities, and the premiere “Stern Grove On The Road” stage featuring Bayview talent.
Through partnerships with neighborhood-based organizations, 3rd on Third shines a spotlight on the Bayview’s cultural offerings and identifies the Third Street corridor as a lively destination for great food and art.
WHEN: Thursday, June 20, 5:30-9:00 p.m.
WHERE: 3rd Street between McKinnon and Quesada
Listen to the PSA from KBLX!
PERFORMERS AT "GROVE ON THE ROAD" STAGE:
Youth from 3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic
DJs Rick and Russ (from the world famous Rick & Russ Show)
Hosted by Donald Lacy from KPOO Radio
- Afrique Sogue leads procession along Third Street
- Unveiling and live mural-making six StreetSmARTS murals along Third Street
- Bayview Opera House Ruth Williams Memorial Theatre hosts a children's zone with free art-making activities by 3.9 Art Collective and a performance by Vivian Ellis
- Pop-up gallery at Radio Africa with art provided by elders from the Hunter's Point Shipyard
- Pop-up gallery and gelato at Market on Third
- Auntie April's hosts the Museum of the African Diaspora's Bayview oral history presentation
- Mendell Plaza reserved for the food trucks (All Good Pizza, Black Cuisine, BorinquenSOUL), beer and wine garden, and Riveropolis (the river for young and old to get their hands wet and play in)
- Zaccho Dance performs along Third Street
- Bayview Merchants Association sponsors a trolly that will run between McKinnon and Quesada along Third Street.
This program is supported by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. Under the City's Art Enrichment Ordinance, the SFPUC works in partnership with the SFAC to support arts-based activation and recognizes the arts as a vital part of its commitment to healthy living, neighborhood stewardship, workforce and economic development via collaborative partnerships with local companies and residents, and relationship building in the community.