BARTable This Weekend: May 28-30

This weekend we celebrate Memorial Day. Photo courtesy of Getty Images/iStockphoto.
 
Memorial Day weekend is a time to reflect and honor the brave women and men who have fought and died for our freedoms in this country. This weekend also marks the unofficial start to summer and with it, the commencement of outdoor get-togethers with family and friends. Whether you take time to honor and observe the memory of a loved one, safely get together with loved ones or stay in over this weekend, we have a few things to offer for inside and outside. Whatever you do, we wish you a happy and healthy 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
SF Ballet Swan Lake
SF Ballet's "Swan Lake" returns to the virtual stage. Photo courtesy of SF Ballet.
 
 
Ballet’s greatest love story returns. Deeply moving and visually stunning, "Swan Lake" is the quintessential classical ballet. Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer, Helgi Tomasson’s strikingly modern production updates this tale of love and betrayal for the 21st century, featuring sets and costumes by Tony Award–winning designer Jonathan Fensom. Digital streaming runs through June 9 with single stream 72-hour access available for $29. Upload, sit back, relax, and enjoy this breathtaking ballet from wherever you may be.
 
MLB Baseball | Oakland and San Francisco
 
Watching baseball over Memorial Day Weekend is a treasured national pastime! Whether you’re a fan of the team on the East side of the Bay or the one in The City, this weekend has you covered with good games of "ball". One of the L.A. teams will be in town to play Friday through Sunday East of the bridge and on Monday, they head into The City to complete their Northern California series. Check out team schedules for times and tickets.
 
 
SFJAZZ Fridays at Five continues celebrating Miles Davis Month with Miles Electric, a group of stellar instrumentalists and fusion-era Miles Davis alumni. Led by the legendary trumpeter’s nephew, Vince Wilburn Jr., the group first performed in June 2016 as Miles Electric, a multi-generational band specializing in the wired-up and funky music Davis created from the late 1960s to the ‘80s on multiple albums. Tune in for this quintessential Miles experience! Streaming begins at 5pm.
 
 
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 House Call Soul starting at 7pm. 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
Carnaval 2021
A pared down Carnaval returns Saturday and Sunday this weekend. Photo courtesy of Amanda Nelson for Carnaval SF.
 
 
Experience and celebrate global cultures, cuisines, international music, dance, arts, crafts, and more for the entire family at Carnaval SF. While the parade is on hiatus again this year, festivities will run across Saturday and Sunday, 12-5pm both days. Take BART to 16th St Mission and walk 16 minutes to events on Harrison Street between 18th and 20th Streets.
 
 
Discover SF's secret speakeasy comedy nights! Now that indoor performances are allowed again, small socially distanced "speakeasy" style comedy shows are being setup at unique indoor (and outdoor) spots across the Bay. Seating is limited to 50% capacity and venues will follow all respective county protocols for indoor dining and performances. Tickets start at $10 and the secret location will be unveiled via email within 24-hours of show start time. Shows run Saturday and Sunday with multiple times available. Must be 21+.
 
SFMOMA | Montgomery St.
 
After a long hiatus, the museum is open and welcoming back visitors to long-awaited in-person exhibitions. 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. Timed tickets start at $19 - it is highly encouraged to purchase tickets online before visiting. Children and teens under 18 are FREE. Take BART to Montgomery St. and walk six minutes to 151 3rd St.
 
 
Join the Tenderloin Merchants Association, the Asian Pacific American Heritage community and partners for a food festival celebrating AAPI month. Live performances, vendor and food booths plus, a live cooking demo by Premier Chef Pinyo from Lapats Thai. The festival is free to attend and takes place on Saturday from Noon to 6pm on Larkin St. between Eddy and O’Farrell. Take BART to Civic Center/UN Plaza and walk 12 minutes to 730 Larkin St.
 
 
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.
 
 
Notoriously recognized as “Obama’s DJ," DJ Mel is hosting a nationwide virtual dance party – because you have the right to fight to dance (safely inside, of course). Join the free dance party from 4-8pm direct from your living room and let the good vibes take over!
Sunday
Macy Gray
Macy Gray digs deep into her song catalogue. Photo courtesy of Mandolin Box Office.
 
 
Macy Gray, R&B and soul singer-songwriter, digs deep into her song catalogue for her livestream series where she will play “The Hits” with a full band on May 30th, her favorite “Covers” with a full band on June 6th, and her new record “The Reset” with The California Jet Club on June 13th. Watch the first in the series on Sunday at 5pm. Tickets start at $20.
 
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.
 
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.

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