SF Bay Area Valentine's Day events in 2019 include the Great Pillow Fight in San Francisco, theater performances all around the area, and special cruises. You find fun things to do both on the holiday and the weekend before.
Read on for several ideas on how to spoil your sweetie this holiday.
Have you always wanted to be part of a flash mob? Now you have your chance to be part of the Great San Francisco Pillow Fight! In the past, approximately 1,000 people have shown up at Justin Herman Plaza on Market Street with pillows hidden in their bag only to bust them out when the clock strikes 6pm.
It's an amazing sight to see feathers flying everywhere, not to mention a good arm workout. This is by far one of the most unique SF Bay Area Valentine's Day events.
This is not a sanctioned event, so if you go, it's at your own risk!
Do something different for date night this Valentine's Day and spend the evening enjoying the best of San Francisco theater!
Some of the city's most historic venues are offering Tony Award-winning shows that are sure to capture your heart. Catch Hamilton, the story of Alexander Hamilton--one of our famous founding fathers, at the Orpheum Theater.
Or head to the Golden Gate Theatre for Come from Away, an inspiring story about what happened during 9/11 when planes were forced to land in a small town with thousands of passengers. Learn about how the town welcomed the visitors with open arms and the life-long bonds that developed.
Many of the shows are on Valentine's Day, but many are also the weekend prior.
A very romantic and memorable way to treat your honey on Valentine's Day is by taking a sunset cruise around the SF Bay. This 3-hour cruise leaves Pier 40 around 4:30pm and returns around 7 or 7:30pm on Thursday, February 14.
You will cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge at sunset and raise your glass of champagne for a toast. The cruise also includes tasty appetizers as well as an assortment of beer, white wine, and champagne (for those over 21). You can also enjoy soda and water.
Tickets start at $95 per person (plus booking fees).
This Valentine's Day in the SF Bay Area head to one of our top rated comedy clubs for a night of laughter. Some of the top options around the Bay include Cobb's Comedy Club in San Francisco, Comedy Oakland, and the San Jose Improv Comedy Club.
In addition to the SF Bay Area Valentine's Day events, you will also find a number of fun things to do all week long. Here are just a few of the top options.
Are you looking for options the weekend after Valentine's Day? The weekend after is President's Day Weekend and you will find plenty of great activities here.
On Tuesday, February 12, the Golden State Warriors play host to the Utah Jazz. It's a must see game as these two talented teams take the floor at 7:30pm. The game is at Oracle Arena in Oakland.
Head over to the SAP Center to catch the San Jose Sharks in action at home. They have two games this week. The first is on Valentine's Day at 7:30pm and they play host to the Washington Capitals. The second game this week is on Saturday night at 7pm against the Vancouver Canucks.
Valentine's weekend also offers up some amazing live music performances around the Bay Area. One of the best is the Valentine's Super Love Jam at the SAP Center on Friday, February 15. It features The Legendary Whispers, The Dramatics, L.J. Reynolds, Heatwave, The Delfonics, Peaches and Herb, and others.