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A CREATIVE NIGHT MARKET

SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 | 6p-12a
IN the SAN FRANCISCO Mint, 5th ST @ Mission St.
in SOMA PILIPINAS, SAN FRANCISCO, CA

 
 
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EVERY 3RD FRIDAY STARTING

FROM 6p- 12a

Inspired by the vibrant night markets of Asia, UNDISCOVERED SF is a curated collection of emerging artists and merchants that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of the SOMA Pilipinas district located in the heart of San Francisco's innovative South Of Market neighborhood.

UNDISCOVERED SF will unveil to the world the emerging culture of  Filipino-Americans (and beyond) involved in music, visual arts, fashion, design, retail, food, technology, social activism, and health & wellness.

The event is open to all-ages, and is kid friendly!

 
 

A TASTE OF THE EMERGING 3rd wave OF THE BAY AREA's FILIPINO FOOD MOVEMENT

CONFIRMED VENDORS FOR 8/18/17

 
 
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urban dance crews X future forward beats X island VIBES X indigenous grooves X funk / soul classics x INDIE BANDS X party rocking hip-hop

confirmed music acts FOR 8/18/17

 
 
 
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An early preview of our 1st batch of vendors

Expect room after room of the best emerging street wear brands, home-based handicrafts, eclectic hand-made jewelry, and independent creative goods.

An early preview of our 1st batch of vendors

 
 
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located in the historic SAN FRANCISCO mint

 
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94,000 sq ft + indoor / outdoor + 15 rooms

OF COOL STUFF

 

The San Francisco Mint was constructed in 1874 and is one of the few buildings to survive the 1906 earthquake. Located just a coin’s toss from Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco this classical revivalist venue has been renovated without losing its historical grandeur. At 92,000 square feet, maze like corridors, multiple rooms, an outdoor court yard w/ performance stage the Mint promises an unparalleled event experience. 

 
 
 

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San Francisco's newest cultural district

 
 
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SOMA Pilipinas

filipino heritage district

On April 19, 2016 San Francisco's Board of Supervisors unanimously passed legislation zoning out a large area of land in San Francisco's SOMA (South of Market) neighborhood encompassing a wide variety of buildings, parks, and community service groups that have served the Filipino community for decades. 

SOMA Pilipinas' goal is to celebrate the cultural contributions of the Filipino community and protect San Francisco's most important asset: cultural diversity.

 
 
 

the revolution will not be televised

GET INVOLVED

 
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The UNDSCVRD entrepreneUrs 

Written by Paul BArrera. Photos by Melissa De Mata