BARTable This Weekend: June 11-13

Nam June Paik, Sistine Chapel, 1993/2021 (installation view, SFMOMA); courtesy the Estate of Nam June Paik; © Estate of Nam June Paik. Photo courtesy of Andria Lo for SFMOMA.

It’s the weekend and the approach of summer is in the air! We’ve got fun things in store for your weekend pleasure that includes plenty of music, a Pride event and good food, too. Now get out there and make it happen - we wish you a good one!

Editor's Note: Please wear a mask and keep a physical distance of at least six feet while riding the trains or at an in-person event. Before you travel on BART, use our Trip Planner to get estimated arrival and departure times. See BART's 15-step plan to safely welcome back riders here.Friday

In the Heights"In the Heights" will premiere at the SF Pride Movie Night on Friday at Oracle Park. Photo courtesy of SF Chronicle Datebook.
 
 
Please note: BART closes at 9pm, please plan accordingly for your return trip.
 
June is Pride Month! While the famous and magical SF Pride Parade may be on hold for another year, the celebrations continue. This weekend join the first-ever SF Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park for an evening (or two!) of movie premieres, popcorn, live and virtual entertainment, plus special appearances. Friday night kicks off the celebration and will show Lin-Manuel Miranda’s just released “In the Heights” following the pre-show fun. Tickets start at $24.99 and doors open at 6:30pm. Take BART to Embarcadero and jump on the Muni N train across from Ferry Plaza to Oracle Park.
 
 
This week the Fridays at Five artist is easily one of the most versatile and soulful musicians in jazz, Brian Blade – a GRAMMY-winning drummer, composer and founding SFJAZZ Collective member. This as SFJAZZ brings to us their annual San Francisco Jazz Festival – virtual edition. Tune in for this performance filed in June 2016 performing material from his discography including his blockbuster 2014 Blue Note album “Landmarks” and the follow-up “Body and Shadow”. Streaming begins at 5pm.
 
 
From the Bayfront Amphitheater on the gorgeous Miami waterfront, the Black Eyed Peas’ will perform live for the first time since the 2020 release of their hit album “Translation”. This exclusive streaming event feature the original members – will.i.am, Taboo, and apl.de.ap – along with special guests that fans will not want to miss, streaming directly to your device anywhere in the world. Tickets start at $30 with showtime at 5 PM PST (8 PM Miami time).
 
SFMOMA | Montgomery St.
 
You don't want to miss Nam June Paik's, "The father of video art", a mesmerizing riot of sights and sounds, with more than 200 works by the visionary artist. Experience artworks that evoke natural spectacles in "Contemporary Optics", and find poignant new works by Bay Area artists in "Close to Home" and "Bay Area Walls" + more. Reserved timed tickets can be ordered online. Take BART to Montgomery St. and walk 3 minutes to the museum entrance at 151 Third St.
 
 
On Friday and Saturday night, enjoy an evening of socially-distant drinks and dining at Out Front at The UC Theatre, featuring live music from The Black Star Pirates on Friday night and Javier Navarette and his Socially Recovering Friends on Saturday night. It's free to attend from 6:30-10:30pm. Capacity will be limited to ensure the safety and comfort of guests and neighbors, so go early to snag a table! Enjoy cocktails, beer, and wine with friends and family at the street bar, and a selection of food items  from Cali Alley and other neighborhood restaurants.

Saturday

Norah JonesSee Norah Jones perform on the livestream stage on Saturday. Photo courtesy of NPR.
 
 
Celebrating the one-year anniversary of her album “Pick Me Up Off the Floor”, Norah will perform the album in its entirety for the first time live and with a “killer” band. The GRAMMY award-winning singer/songwriter brings her unique blend of pop, jazz, and country to the stage that has made her a musical career like no other. Tickets start at $15 with showtime at 1 PM PST – with rewatch options through Sunday, June 13.
 
 
Please note: BART closes at 9pm, please plan accordingly for your return trip.
 
The celebration continues Saturday with night two of SF Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park. Tonight the same pre-show fun will take place with the movie “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie” to follow.  Tickets start at $24.99 and doors open at 6:30pm. Take BART to Embarcadero and jump on the Muni N train across from Ferry Plaza to Oracle Park.
 
 
Shop a plethora of goods including ceramics, thrift, calligraphy and more at this returning craft fair. Hosted by Girl Gang Craft Group, a community of creatives and entrepreneurs, COVID precautions will be followed and all are welcome… including your family pooch. Take BART to 19th St. and walk 10 minutes to the Oakland Scottish Rite Center parking lot.
 
 
The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is widely acclaimed for both the quality and diversity of its fresh farm products, and artisan and prepared foods. Some of San Francisco’s best chefs, and most famous farmers, can be seen at the market that is known as one of the top markets in the country. While you’re there, pop inside the Ferry Building to grab a coffee at Blue Bottle and a tidbit to go with it at one of the resident vendors – you won’t be sorry you did! Take BART to Embarcadero and walk five minutes to the Ferry Building.

Sunday

CUESACUESA's Summer Picnic celebrating the season with food and drink takes place on Sunday. Photo courtesy of CUESA.
 
 
Order the City’s freshest party in a basket! Celebrate the start of summer with a delicious farm-fresh picnic from the Bay Area’s hottest restaurants, bars, wineries, and breweries. Picnics include everything you need for an extravagant summer lunch for one, with seven impeccably crafted bites and five seasonal beverages. Having a party? Discounted pricing is available for multiple baskets. Purchase online and pick-up at the Ferry Building. Take BART to Embarcadero and walk three minutes across the street to the Ferry Building.
 
 
The CJM is open and visitors are now able to see exhibits that have only been available to view online until now. Visit to see Levi Strauss: A History of American StyleThreads of Jewish Life: Ritual and Other Textiles from the San Francisco Bay Area; and, Predicting the Past: Zohar Studios, The Lost Years. They can’t wait to welcome you back… and welcome you back safely! Timed tickets are available by reservation and begin at $14.
 
San Jose Berryessa Flea Market | Berryessa/North San José
 
The San Jose Berryessa Flea Market is steps from our Berryessa/North San José station. The Flea Market is a not-to-be-missed San Jose tradition where "one person's junk is another person's treasure." With over 120 acres of shopping, activities, and food vendors, there's bound to be fun around every corner. The market is currently open from Wednesday, Friday-Sunday, 8am-5pm. Walk-in admission is $2-3 depending on which day you go, and the entrance is located near Garden at the Flea and the East Lot.
 
Heart of the City Farmers' Market | Civic Center/UN Plaza
 
This farmers' market is a uniquely independent, farmer operated, non-profit farmers' market located year-round on Sundays and Wednesdays in San Francisco’s United Nations Plaza. An iconic and beloved community resource, the market supports and sustains small farmers and makes fresh food accessible for all. The market is open every Sunday from 7am to 5pm and on Wednesdays from 7:30am to 5:30pm – rain or shine. Take BART to Civic Center/UN Plaza and walk three minutes to UN Plaza/Civic Center.

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