Grand Parade Carnaval San Francisco 2009 --JOIN IN for 2010
Learn more about these groups here: www.carnavalcity.com/SF/Contingents

SAN FRANCISCO CARNAVAL 2010 BRINGS
COLORS OF SOUND, SPLASHES OF CULTURE
TO THE BAY AREA DURING MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

California’s Largest Annual Multi-Cultural Celebration May 29 and 30

Carnaval Grand Parade May 30

WHAT:
San Francisco Carnaval 2010  - “Colors Of Sound, Splashes Of
Culture”

San Francisco Carnaval 2010 is California’s largest multi-cultural
celebration, and one of San Francisco’s most popular and cherished
traditions. San Francisco Carnaval 2010 will showcase the very best
of Latin American and Caribbean cultures with a dynamic array of
food, music, drumming, dancing, live music, and artistry.

WHEN & WHERE:

San Francisco Carnaval Festival: Saturday, May 29 through Sunday,
May 30
(Memorial Day Weekend), 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Harrison Street between 16th and 22nd Street

Carnaval Grand Parade: Sunday, May 30, 9:30 a.m.
Begins at Bryant & 24th Streets, proceeds down Mission to 17th
Street

TICKETS:

San Francisco Carnaval Festival is FREE

Carnaval Grand Parade is FREE

Grandstand seating is available for $30 and can be purchased after
March 1, 2010 online at
www.sfcarnaval.com
 

Contributions to donation boxes are appreciated

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:

Please call the SF Carnaval hotline at 415.642.1748 or visit San
Francisco Carnaval’s new website at
www.sfcarnaval.com .

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San Francisco Cultural Arts Traditions (SFCAT) strives to make
multiculturalism a tangible reality by uniting people in the celebration
of cultural arts traditions with music, dance, artistry and food, and
through this endeavor, benefit our communities


Walden House
Xiuhcoatl Danza Azteca
Buena Vista Elementary School
Comunidad Yucateca
Los Bomberos de San Francisco
Comcast Ben Ten
Marshall Elementary School
Everett Middle School
Quimbanda Grupo Carnavalesco
Adela Chu and the Roots of Carnaval
James Lick Middle School
Norcal Waste & Trash Mash Up
Brazivedas
Association of Colombian Americans (ACOAM)
Grupo Samba Rio
Sambao Paro O Povo/King and Queen Float
African Outlet
Hot Pink Feathers
Angels and Demons at Play
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
East Bay Community Samba School
Noche de Fiesta Chapina
Samba Mundial
Grupo Aztlan de San Francisco
Grand Marshals
XOLO Sacred Dance/XOLO Club of America
Jatun Marka
BART
Loco Bloco, Windsor Bloco, Flynn Elem, Galileo Hi,
Columbia Boys & Girls
Bolivia Corazon de America
SF Public Library Bookmobile & Mission Branch
Caribbean Roots and Culture
Mixtiso Latin Hip Hop, Moscone & Sanchez Schools,
& Marsh Youth Theater
PFG Xelaju
San Francisco Cable Cars
Ginga Brasil/BrasArte
Yaocuauhtli Danza Cultural
Mara Reggae
Univision
Aquarela Brazilian Dance Ensemble
Latin American Workout (LAW)
Rara Tou Limen
Bolivia Unida
Foga Na Roupa Grupo Carnavalesco
Sistas-wit-Style
Kaanoi Kai
Tambores de Julio Remelexo
Viejita Car Club
Mas Makers Massive
Sambamora/Out of Site
Samba do Mar/SambaDa/Energia do Samba
Rhythm & Motion/ODC, Mission Boys & Girls Club:
Brasil Cuba SF
Maracats/Oba Moro
Bay Area Caribbean Connection
Colombian Soul
Grupo Todo Mundo
Nueva School Mas and Steeldrum Band
Club CAB
Nicaraguan (NIE) Float
Los Angeles Carnival on Tour
Taylor Boys
Agrupacion Llajitamasis
Zorro & Zorro
California Soccer Association North
Zona Verde
Pirates of Emerson

Learn more about these groups here:
www.carnavalcity.com/SF/Contingents
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