This weekend, the Bay Area is celebrating creativity, community, and art cars, and we have a roundup of fun things that you can do to blow off some steam now through Sunday night.
Eli’s Mile High Club will reopen tonight, after eight months of renovations. Tonight’s line up includes Golden West Service, J Stinns, and Howardian. Show starts at 8:00 p.m., but the club will be open earlier if you want to claim a spot or a beverage. Eli’s Mile High Club is is located at 3629 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Oakland.
San Francisco’s Tenderloin Museum is celebrating their first anniversary all day on Saturday. You’re invited to join the party all day tomorrow, which includes magic shows, live jazz performances, conversations curated by the California Historical Society and the Asian Art Museum, plus much more. The Tenderloin Museum’s party program starts at 1:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00p.m. Find out more at tenderloinmuseum.org.
On Sunday, the 5th Annual Obtainium Cup Rally takes over Mare Island. Mutant, people-powered, homemade vehicles will race up and down the track, dodging zombies, flying monkeys, mad hatters, robots, and more. It’s free to watch the rally, but if you want to submit your own vehicle, you’ll need to pay an entry fee. The rally starts at 11 a.m. on Sunday, beginning at Alden Park, located at 8th & Walnut Streets on Mare Island in Vallejo. If you’re interested in registering, head to obtainiumworks.net.
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