Friday, January 24-Saturday, January 25
Lower Nob Hill
This two-day event starts with a World’s Faire on Friday night that honors Edward Gorey and features live music, theatre, art, stage shows, literature, ballroom dancing, and more. The next afternoon you can shop at the Vendor Bazaar where you’ll find “fashion, haberdashery, accessories, oddities, and more” that will be perfect to wear to the decadent ball happening that evening and the highlight of the weekend’s festivities.
Cost: $85 to $250
Friday, January 24-Sunday, January 26
The Noir City Film Festival celebrates sexy and sinister films from around the world. Over the course of 10 days, you’ll be able to see a variety of classic movies featuring gangsters, underworlds, daring dames, and cynical heroes, all at the classic Castro Theatre.
Cost: GA: $12.50; Passport to see all films: $125
Saturday, January 25
Daybreaker is taking over the new ballroom at the Make School for a “Soaring ‘20s” party with yoga from 10am to 11am followed by a two-hour dance party featuring BootieSF’s DJ Meikee Magnetic.
Cost: Yoga and party: $40; just party: $25