Take a peek at our suggestions of unique events happening around the Bay Area this weekend.
Tomorrow, thousands of puzzle lovers will attempt to escape from AT&T Park. Players will have to work with teammates to explore the ballpark, find hidden clues, and solve puzzles, all while working against the clock. People of all ages and skill sets are welcome. There are three different play times for the game: 11:00 a.m., 3:00 p.m., and 7:00 p.m. You can purchase tickets at the event’s website.
Saturday evening, The Calling All Choir celebrates their winter session with a final concert at the Crowden School in Berkeley. The Calling All Choir’s mission is to provide San Francisco Bay Area communities a choral group that’s open to anyone who longs to sing, even if they have never sung before. Tickets for tomorrow’s 7:30 p.m. concert can be found at callingallchoir.org. And if you want to learn how to sing, or enjoy singing and want be a part of a community-based choir, find information on how you can join The Calling All Choir at their website. callingallchoir.org.
University of San Francisco's world famous Rock-n-Swap is back this Sunday. The Rock-n-Swap is a massive fair for music lovers, where dealers and vendors come from all over to sell music related items along with hard-to-find rarities, including a huge amount of vinyl as well as memorabilia. The USF Rock-n-Swap is one of the biggest regularly held swaps of its kind in California, going strong for over 30 years. The swap is happening in McLaren Hall on the USF campus. Early birds are welcome starting at 7:00 a.m. and the swap will last into the afternoon. Find more details at here.
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