We look forward to dancing in the streets with all of you at the 48th Castro Street Fair on Sunday, October 2, 2022. The Fair has been celebrating the Castro District and all of San Francisco since its founding by Harvey Milk in 1974. We have also been able to give back more than $1.5M to our beneficiaries through the years. See below for more information on how to participate.
Reserve an exhibitor space
Don’t miss your chance to reach the thousands of people who come to the Fair every year. The deadline to reserve exhibitor space is September 16th (September 2nd for food vendors).
Become a sponsor
Sponsorship opportunities are still available, email us at email@example.com to learn more. Big thanks to the Castro Cultural District for their second year of support.
Check back soon for more information on volunteer opportunities at this year’s fair.
Castro Street Fair is a non-profit 501c3 organization, and fundraising event for local community non-profits. Your donations are essential to our on-going success.
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We are excited to see our friends from CHEER SF at the Fair on Sunday! Bring a few dollars to donate at our gates, and in the CHEER SF buckets as well, we all really appreciate it.
Dance Alley is making a special appearance at the intersection of Market and Castro Streets, and we can’t wait to hear what these talented DJs have for us to enjoy on Sunday, October 3.
Trevor Sigler, 11:00a-12:45p — A staple on the SF dance music scene over the past decade, Trevor has had his hands in some of the more psychedelic queer dance music parties like Romper Room and Mixed Forms. A trained audio engineer, his sets lean towards the sounds that take full advantage of where a sound system can go. Glacial, roomy, and precise, Sigler takes a similar approach to his original productions that he does his DJ mixing.
Rich King, 12:45p-2:30p — SUPERSNAXX founder Rich King, a DJ and gadabout, is constantly and consistently creating opportunities to Celebrate life and the living of it. Playing venues large and small, from the Black Party Main room to dingy basements coast to coast, he serves a funk-forward, left-field, somewhere-around-the-house vibe. When he is not pushing a cute SUNDAYSITUATION or making a big FUSS with Trevor Sigler & Kevin “Kevmo” Moriarty he makes a scene with his EASY crew in NYC.
Infinite Jess, 2:30p-4:15p — You can normally Infinite Jess aka Jessica Borja at the little record shop on the corner of Haight and Steiner known as Vinyl Dreams. Collecting records since she was 13, she’s found a nice niche in diving for fun B-sides, and has an appreciation for records that live between genres. Aside from being a record clerk, she’s also the host radio shows The Saturday Morning Comedown (SutroFM), Deep Dive (Lower Grand Radio), and resident DJ for Soft Rendezvous.
Jordee, 4:15p-6:00p — Jordee is a trans nonbinary DJ based in San Francisco. As a DJ their eclectic sound crosses the spectrum – with nods toward the tripped-out sounds of SF in the ‘90’s laced with techno and acid, and flecked with polyrhythms. They are a cofounder of Kosmetik, a queer electronic night, and curate a monthly radio show on SutroFM.