San Francisco Events Postponed In May But Back This Summer!
Spring is a magical time of year to discover the culture, music, art, food and traditions of San Francisco, when the city is alive with outdoor events. From art and music festivals to elite fun runs to golf championships, SF is buzzing with excitement this month. However, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and keep our communities healthy, the city of San Francisco has cancelled or postponed its events, festivals and cultural activities. To make travel easier, here's the scoop on what San Francisco events have been postponed so you can plan ahead.
At Hotel Nikko San Francisco In Union Square, we love seeing our neighborhoods and people coming together in celebration. We look forward to seeing you in the months ahead when we can get back to embracing the city's cultural spirit.
2020 PGA Championship
May 14 – 17, 2020 – Postponed to August 3-9, 2020
Experience the first PGA Championship to be staged in San Francisco. The 2020 PGA Championship will be held at TPC Harding Park and will feature golf's strongest international players competing for the legendary Wanamaker Trophy. Set against the cypress tree-lined Lake Merced, the Harding Park Course features a challenging layout with undulating fairways and soft bunkers that test the most elite pros.
Bay to Breakers
May 31, 2020 – Postponed to September 20, 2020
San Francisco's celebrated 12k running race returns on May 31, 2020. Starting on the San Francisco Bay in the Embarcadero, Bay to Breakers is a fun running experience with thousands of runners, joggers and partiers in costume. The foot race takes runners through nine unique SF neighborhoods all the way to the Great Highway, where the breakers crash into Ocean Beach. Along the way, racers will go through Haight Ashbury and Golden Gate Park.
Carnaval San Francisco 2020
May 23- 24, 2020 – Postponed to September (Date: TBD)
The Mission District becomes a festive street party for two days May 23-24th celebrating the unique cultures and traditions of the world. The 42nd Annual Carnival San Francisco features live international music and dance, global cuisines, arts and crafts, and entertainment on every corner. Experience the colorful Grand Parade with dancers, drummers, performers, and beautifully adorned floats depicting multicultural themes.
San Francisco International Arts Festival
May 19 – 31, 2020 - Cancelled
Discover groundbreaking artists and performers from San Francisco and around the world at this amazing art festival held at multiple venues at the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. The San Francisco International Arts Festival embodies the imaginative spirit of the Bay Area's arts community and presents innovative multicultural performances, including music, dance, performance art, theater and comedy that inspires human awareness.
The Art of Japanese Hospitality at Hotel Nikko – We Are Open
Located at the gateway to Union Square in the Theater District, Hotel Nikko San Francisco is currently open and offers flexible reservation changes and no fee cancellations. If you are re-planning your stay in San Francisco to attend a postponed festival this summer and fall, we encourage you to make your hotel and travel plans now.
You'll feel right at home in 532 luxurious rooms and suites with contemporary Japanese design, including Subarashi Yume pillow-top beds, and high-tech amenities. Enjoy modern Japanese cuisine, sushi and sake at ANZU and live entertainment at Feinstein's at the Nikko to round out your cultural experience in San Francisco. Make your travel seamless with our hotel packages with perks like free breakfast and parking.
When it's time again to gather and celebration, our Union Square hotel offers a convenient location near the San Francisco's top events and attractions, including the Embarcadero, Chinatown, and Golden Gate Bridge, as well as easy access to public transportation and the historic cable cars.