Folsom Street Fair is simply a legendary event that no true perv should miss. It’s in the lovely city of San Francisco in September – what could be better! And there’s more – Folsom Street Fair is the flagship event of San Francisco Leather Week – here’s the weekend programme…
* SF Leather Week Formal Dinner: Thursday, September 23rd
* Magnitude: Saturday, September 25th
* Folsom Street Fair: Sunday, September 26th
With the Fair occupying Folsom between 7th and 12th Streets and 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th Streets from Howard Street to Sheridan, from 11 am to 6 pm, it is the largest and most well attended leather and fetish event, attracting tourists from Australia, Europe and across North America.
* Deviants: Sunday, September 26th
The final party, Deviants, is a new addition for 2010. Located at 525 Harrison Street, Deviants features a sensational DJ line up including The Juan Maclean, DJ Zach Moore (The Space Cowboys), and Stereogamous from Australia. Kink.com hosts the main floor with unspeakably sexy demos.
According to Demetri Moshoyannis, Executive Director, “For years, people have been saying that Folsom Street Fair is too short. With the introduction of the Official Closing Party of Folsom Street Fair, we can continue the party into the night! Devaints is going to be a massive affair with fantastic live entertainment, superstar DJs, and much more. Like the Fair, this is a party for the entire fetish community!” Tickets and event information are available online at http://folsomstreetevents.org/deviants/
Says Peter Acworth, owner of Kink.com, “Folsom Street Fair has helped make San Francisco into the fetish capital of America, and that is the very reason that I moved here to start Kink.com.”
Folsom Street Events, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, produces Bay of Pigs, Up Your Alley, Magnitude, and the Folsom Street Fair (and many other fetish events). The mission of Folsom Street Events is to create volunteer-driven leather events that provide the adult alternative lifestyle community with safe venues for self-expression while emphasizing freedom, fun, frolic and fetish and raising critical funds to benefit local charities. In 2009, Folsom Street Events commemorated the 26th Folsom Street Fair by donating $333,000 to local and national charities.
Folsom Street Fair Website: http://folsomstreetfair.org