UNDISCOVERED SF Creative Night Market is a curated collection of emerging artists and merchants that celebrate San Francisco's new cultural district - SOMA Pilipinas! Enjoy local artisans, food vendors, live music/dance performances, and flavor each month.
598 Stevenson St. @ 7th St.
SF, CA 94103
Saturday, October 19, 2019
4pm - 10pm Early arrival suggested.
It's totally FREE. No Tickets Needed!
How to get here
We highly suggest using BART (Civic Center Station) or a Uber / Lyft to get to UNDSCVRD.
We suggest parking at the SOMA Grand Garage on 1160 Mission St, 1.5 blocks away from the entrance of UNDSCVRD.
Raised all over the city of Los Angeles, as a young boy he experienced a life that other rappers have glorified, but rarely experienced. As he navigated through a turbulent youth, Bambu turned around the destructive energy that surrounded him and poured it into making music.
Bettina Francisco is a student, musician, creative, and emcee based out of San Francisco, California.
Musician, filmmaker and writer originally from the DMV living in the Bay. Photo by @mishlapi
Bay Area born DJ Umami - a rotating DJ for the Golden State Warriors, Nike, Q102.1fm (Bay Area), and female group Peaches Crew.
Local rapper and emcee turning up the stage.
Established in the mid 1990’s, Troo Moov is a collective of multidisciplinary artist, native to the South Bay Area and rooted in Hip Hop and Jazz culture. With talents and expressions ranging in dance, DJing and visual art, their philosophy and approach are anchored in artistic freedom and honesty.
The Modern Company dancers from the Westlake School of Performing Arts have been performing together for over ten years. They practice many different dance styles including ballet, contemporary, hip hop, jazz, and for their performance at Undiscovered, they will sharing their freeform circle.
SF based DJ spinning and mixing to move the crowds.
A jam session that celebrates the lost and found memories within the ever-changing San Francisco landscape, of Filipinx-American experience through streams of spoken word, rhythm and movement. Performance every hour.
Inspired by the generation of Bay Area DJs before him The Mighty DJ Delrokz has been diggin in the crates, flipping the breaks, keeping the rock steady, and heating up the dance floor since 2003.
Co-founder of Skratchpad Worldwide and DJ to the masses
FLOWER LOUNGE SET TIMES
Stay tuned for more info.
Farm-to-table Filipino Food sourced from Sonoma County.
Filipino classics remixed with a French cooking style
The word Barya, in Tagalog means, “loose change,” which is a reflection of this modern Filipino food pop-up: accessible while maintaining a high level of sophistication.
Traditional Filipino cuisine made with love.
The best doughnuts in the San Francisco Bay featuring Filipino inspired flavors.
Small batch chocolates made with cacao from the Philippines using Swiss techniques.
One of the Bay’s best-loved food trucks serving up Filipino-fusion and loaded burritos.
Serving hot sizzling authentic Filipino food and delicacies.
Classic Filipino recipes with a modern, vegan twist.
Magnolia Ice cream is the flavor you know in mango, avocado, coconut, purple yam and other tropical goodness churned into a delicious ice cream.
The crossroads of Filipino classics and Mexican flair meet in longanisa tacos, lumpia, and more.
Flavorful BBQ from the Bay featuring their famous tocino pork ribs.
Inspired by our love of food from our travels all over the world comes Squid Pro Quo. It is a take on the Latin verse that loosely means a trade off, tit for tat or barter. We aim to bring you the best tasting, freshest calamari, at an affordable price.
Frozen custard with a Filpino-American twist.
OCTOBER: ADOBO “FLIPPED” THEMED MENU
Check out some of the vendors creating adobo-inspired dishes for our October Edition! Stay tuned for details.
‘76 Airstream mobile boutique created for the naturally dope! Vintage Classics + High Quality Street Style Goods.
BRWNGRLZ makes lightweight laser cut acrylic earrings with original pieces designed for and by women of color.
A community-based clothing brand that strives to inspire others to stick their heads at cloud-level & turn dreams into reality.
We make attractively simple products -- for the kid who never wants to grow up, and the adult who never did!
A socially conscious clothing movement. Each purchase allows you to send a care package that helps those in desperate need.
San Francisco based brand and multi-label retailer, offering high quality clothing and accessories that fuse old-school cool and contemporary fit.
The Hinabi Project, a project of Philippine American Writers and Artists, aims to educate and foster appreciation for Philippine textiles.
Streetwear fashions with an edge.
Laser engraved wood smartphone cases, novelty gift items, leather/bead jewelry, and reusable shopping/travel bags.
A Filipina owned and operated tooth gem specialist operating out of Hayward, CA.
Malaya Botanicals is created by women for women. Inspiring women to practice self-care on a regular basis and deal with their problems head on with the most simple and easy solutions that Malaya Botanicals can offer.
Fun and original donut designs & crafts!
Custom artwork, apparel, and books based on pre-Philippine writing systems.
Handmade crafts, crochet and wire art.
Specializing in creating 100% handmade bath and body products free from any harmful ingredients.
Handmade Filipino indigenous jewelry and dresses, upcycle jewelry, and art.
Unique Filipino traditional and indigenous handwoven textiles, clothes, bags, accessories, crafts and collectibles actively engaging the community and the public in our weaving projects and demonstrations.
Bridge and Delta Publishing creates children's books about the Filipino American experience. We are working on the first ever series about Filipino American history for children, their families, teachers and schools.
Clothing for “The Sophisticated Prep” who value the importance of quality and craftsmanship.
Brooklyn based company creating a line of multicultural letterpressed and digitally printed cards, including Filipino-themed Christmas, Hanukkah, Feliz Navidad, Merry Christmas and Zombie Valentine cards.
Handmade clothing made from new salvage fabrics, sustainable fibers, and vintage textiles.
Hand painted candles, canvas bags, and wooden earrings with original henna designs and services like henna designs in traditional brown and white henna.
We dedicate each, unique scent to a special day of the week to invoke energy, zen or just pure mid-week fun. 100% Soywax, hand poured and made from our kitchen studio in Pinole, California
Local tattoo shop located in the heart of historic Chinatown in San Francisco.
Kalinga laga (backstrap loom) weaving.
A quality brush makes the difference. Individually hand crafted and cruelty free synthetic bristles.
Sawaga River Press is a 501(c)(3) non-profit small press dedicated to publishing books that feature diverse characters and stories, as well as explore and celebrate children's experiences in the Filipino diaspora.
Long-lasting cosmetics and anti-aging skin care.
More than a beauty company, Mixify Beauty's create-your-own cosmetics kits offer an experience to design your signature artisan nail colors, lip gloss or perfume with your friends and family.
BTWN 6TH & 7TH ST.
THE MAIN FESTIVAL GROUNDS
Enter thru stevenson st.
This event was envisioned by Jana Lynne (JL) Umipig and Jamie Yancovitz with the intention to create a Sacred Space of gathering for Womxn of Color/ Queer&Trans&Cis Identifying Womxn/ Indigenous and Diasporic Womxn of Color to create community in the learnings for Survival connected to Ancestral and Indigenous based teachings. At 5:30 & 7:30PM
U-Jam Fitness® is an athletic urban dance fitness workout that combines dance and high energy music for a workout that is bound to get your heart rate up, your body moving, and make you work up a sweat -- all while having FUN!
Coloring activity hosted by Pin@y Educational Partnerships (PEP) featuring pages from “Three Babaylans” Coloring Book!
Bubble activities that will blow your kids away!
Compete in a free throw competition hosted by Triple Double Sports!
Maria is a freelance illustrator and exhibiting artist based in Oakland CA. She received her BFA in illustration at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco CA. She has exhibited in galleries such as 111 Minna, Wonderland SF, Warehouse 416, Cartoon Museum, Rock Paper Scissors to name a few, as well as an artist exhibitor for the Oakland Art Murmur, San Francisco Art Fair, and East Bay Open Studios.
Monica Magtoto (Muralist) expresses issues surrounding her community and heritage through dream-like, and bold, graphic imagery of women. She explores themes of life-long healing from grief through hand drawn and painted typography. Magtoto’s influences include vintage sign painting, Victorian and Japanese art, San Francisco Mural arts, Native American, and Mexican folk art. She draws inspiration from her experiences as a woman of color in a diverse urban landscape.
Share with us what #BeingFilipino means to you and get your free souvenir polaroid photo at the #BeingFilipino booth. Be with us as we put up all the photos to complete the #BeingFilipino wall. #BeingFilipino souvenir items like caps, shirts, pop sockets and phone wallets will also be sold at the booth.
Epic Youth Leadership Award (EYLA), seeks to recognize youth serving organizations in the US and Canada, whose drivers are indeed a Filipino heritage, but serving and collaborating with those who may or may not share the same color of their skin or roots or even history.
TFCU and NaFFAA come together to unite the emerging generation of Filipinos in transforming their ideas into action, passion into profession, creativity into careers, and to inspire a global culture of collaboration. Register at the Kollective Hustle booth and get exclusive merchandise.
A digital news brand powered by ABS-CBN International and The Filipino Channel. TAYO News is where we come together, and put the spotlight on everything we love and are proud of about being Filipino. Join us as we fill a wall with what captures who we are as Filipinos!
TFC'S SILENT CINEMA
A man is worried he may be a Filipino monster that eats fetuses, so he warns his pregnant neighbor about this possibility.
6 American millennial friends get together for a sleepover. After one of the friend’s shares a story about the Filipino mythical creature, the Aswang, scary tropes begin to happen while they’re in the house. A black out, a creepy doll, eerie noises...where does this lead up to?
An upright guy steps up to the plate to give a cat-caller a reality check on his actions. What looked to almost be a fistfight turns into an epic Tinikling battle. Although the girls had one guy defending them, they surprise the guys with their own moves showing that they are not objects or helpless. This may turn around as your average battle of the sexes, but in this progressive day and age, think again.
For many Filipinos, 'home' is a far-off country on the other side of the Pacific Ocean. For many Filipino Americans in San Diego, however, 'home' is a street.With its aroma of freshly baked pan de sal and cheerful sounds of Tagalog filling the air, Plaza Blvd is where Filipinos come together. Usually a trip to Plaza Blvd means a day at the markets, running errands; but for Nolan, Jocelyn, and Grandma, this place means so much more.
A group of young Filipino Americans plots on winning $5,000 in a Christmas caroling contests.
During the World War 2, Japanese soldiers raid houses in the Philippines. Thousands of men were shot and killed while women were brought to the Bahay na Pula and raped. The Bahay na Pula is being demolished. From the 1000+ comfort women, only a few remain alive, or fighting to be alive.