SF Bay Area events in February 2020 include Golden State Warriors games in San Francisco, the Chinese New Year Parade and Festival, and AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf south of Monterey. Other highlights this month include Valentine's Day activities and top to spend President's Day weekend here.
Read on for more great things to do this month all around the Bay Area.
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Dates: 2/8, 2/10, 2/20, 2/23, 2/25, & 2/27
One of the best SF Bay Area events in February are the Golden State Warriors basketball games at the Chase Center in San Francisco. This month, they'll be taking on teams such as the Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, and Houston Rockets. There is nothing like the energy of Bay Area fans decked out in blue and gold cheering on their Dubs, one of the hottest teams in the NBA.
Dates: 2/5 - 2/9
For sports fans, one of the most exciting SF Bay Area events in February are happening in the Monterey region, about 3 hours south of San Francisco. This would of course be the highly anticipated AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournaments of the PGA tour, which arrives on California's coast this month at some of the most picturesque golf courses anywhere in the world.
For a whole week, you'll get to watch premier golf and entertainment in this serene setting.
Dates: 2/8 (Parade), TBD (All Events)
One of the most anticipated SF Bay Area events in February every year is the annual Chinese New Year Parade and Festival. Watch as the streets of SF Chinatown come alive with this cultural tradition, including fire crackers, lanterns, drums, lion dancers, and a 28-foot-long Golden Dragon.
In addition to the parade, other lunar new year festivities include a basketball jamboree, Miss Chinatown pageant, community street fair, and 5K/10K run/walk. The entire festival lasts for several weeks.
Spend a magical evening at Rock Wall Wine Company in Alameda during Viva Amore 2019! Feel the love all night long while you sample wine, do a little shopping, and enjoy amazing food.
DJ Umami will keep the dance floor hopping throughout the evening. Don't miss the "photo booth of love" as well as the chance to dip some tasty treats into the chocolate fountain.
All tickets include a complimentary glass of wine, a souvenir wine glass and all entertainment. Additional glasses of wine, food, and non-alcoholic drinks will be available for an additional charge.
The event runs from 8pm to 11pm. You will find Rock Wall Wine Company at 2301 Monarch Street in Alameda.
Dates: 2/1, 2/10, 2/17, 2/27, & 2/29
Don't miss your chance to see the Bay Area's favorite hockey team, the Sharks, take on top NHL teams at home in San Jose (South Bay). This month, they will host teams such as the Tampa Bay Lightening, Calgary Flames, and the Pittsburg Penguins. Head on over to the SAP Center (a.k.a. the Shark Tank) to get in on the action.
Some of the most popular SF Bay Area events in February are the theater performances happening at different venues all around the Bay Area. They range from Tony Award-winning Broadway musicals to classic works to independent pieces.
This month in San Francisco, you can watch Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Curran Theater, Sponge Bob the Musical at the Golden Gate Theater, and Becky Nurse of Salem at the Berkeley Rep.
Every month, you'll find a great variety of live music events to choose from all over the Bay Area. They range from small performances at intimate cafes and local clubs to sold-out shows of today's biggest stars at huge sports arenas. This month offers a great selection here in San Francisco.
You'll have the chance to see shows at Oracle Arena in Oakland, the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, and the SAP Center in San Jose.
If you're going to be in town for Valentine's Day, you'll find plenty of ways to make it memorable for your loved one. Several top SF restaurants offer special prix fixe menus Valentine's evening. You can also check out my list of the top five most romantic bars and hotels.
If you're looking for a bit of adventure mixed with the luxury of fine dining, check out the bay cruises and wine tasting events. For those interested in a more cultural, intellectual outing, head to the symphony or theater.
The San Jose Jazz Winter Fest kicks off on February 15 and lasts until February 28. This annual event features both well known jazz talents as well as up-and-coming artists on stage. They will perform at locations all around town including Cafe Stritch, Hedley Club, Deluxe Eatery, and others.
Enjoy the best of standup at SF's top two comedy clubs. This February, you'll have the chance to watch top comedians live on stage at Cobb's in North Beach. You can also catch shows at the Punch Line in San Francisco. And if that's not enough fun for you, check out BATS Improv or San Francisco's favorite musical comedy, Beach Blanket Babylon.
The weekend after Valentine's Day is a three-day weekend due to the President's Day holiday on Monday, February 17. To take advantage of the extra day off, perhaps you'll want to keep celebrating with your sweetheart by taking a romantic cruise on the bay, or maybe you'll want to break the routine with an exciting whale watching tour on the ocean.
You can also join a free walking tour, watch Hamilton at the Orpheum Theater, or sample wines at the Chronicle Wine Tasting Competition.
Dates: 2/19 - 2/23
People usually come to the SAP Center in San Jose (South Bay) to watch the Sharks play a fierce game of hockey, but this week, the stadium will be packed full of families and Disney fans watching Mickey's Search Party by Disney on Ice.
This show features beloved Disney characters such as Mickey, Minnie, and others, so there's a little something for boys and girls of all generations. Clap along and marvel at the high-speed stunts as your favorite characters' dance and come to life on ice.
Some of the best SF Bay Area events in February feature delicious local and domestic wines and offer a true gourmet experience right in San Francisco. At the huge Chronicle Wine Competition, you'll have the opportunity to try award-winning American varietals from more than 800 wineries.
It's the largest American wine competition in the world and one you do not want to miss! Get your tickets early to secure your spot.