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Fun on a Budget: The SF $20 and Under Collection
Fun on a Budget: The SF $20 and Under Collection
Collectie van Eventbrite
Experience the best San Francisco has to offer on a budget. From comedy shows and dance parties to walking tours and yoga classes, here are a bunch of fun things to do this month that won’t break the bank.
Fun on a Budget: The SF $20 and Under Collection

Renegade San Francisco / Renegade Craft Fair / San Francisco, CA

  • Celebrate National Take a Hike Day in the gorgeous Presidio, where you'll take in the fresh air and beautiful scenery — all while getting a little exercise. This guided 2.5-mile hike will take you on some of the Presidio's most popular trails and is moderate-to-strenuous.
  • Find out about the incredible women who made an impact on SF history during this 1.5-mile walking tour through Golden Gate Park. You'll learn about a botanist who slept on cliff-sides, a woman who journeyed through the Amazon, and many others during this afternoon outing.
  • Start your week off right with a super fun Motown dance party. Get there before 9 PM, and there's no cover charge. Get there after, and you'll need to shell out $3 to get down on the dance floor.
  • Show off all of your random knowledge at this pub trivia night with six rounds of questions on topics ranging from sports to entertainment. Arrive early to grab a spot for your group and bring your own dinner or order something for delivery.
  • Game Parlour has all of the games you played as a kid, as well as a bunch you've never heard of before. At this event, you can play as many games as you'd like for $5 and maybe even discover a new favorite.
  • You don't have to be an improv expert to take part in this hilarious show that's a little like "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" The entire audience takes part in this "no pressure, no-holds-barred comedy romp" that will be the most fun you've had on a school night in months.
  • KJ Paul is known as one of SF’s best karaoke hosts and is the perfect person to help you take your singing from the shower to the stage. He has one of the biggest karaoke books in town, so it’s almost guaranteed that he’ll have your track.
  • If you enjoy reading Craigslist Missed Connections from the privacy of your computer, you'll enjoy it tenfold once you watch comedians put on a show inspired by some of the most hopeful and heartbroken posts of people searching for that one person who might change everything.
  • This free comedy show at a cozy North Beach bar features Bay Area comedians musing on life, love, politics, and more. Plus, happy hour drink specials all night long.
  • Grab a drink and prepare to laugh as you watch some of the Bay Area's funniest comedians perform their best material, as well as get tips and tricks from a member of the kink community. Two-for-one!
  • This underground comedy show features sets from established comedians as well as some hilarious up-and-comers. Plus, it's in the basement of a beer bar, so there's awesome beer on tap.
  • Alexa may be everyone's favorite robot assistant, but is she funny? Find out at this improv show, where eight humans discover if Alexa can replace them — or at least help them — when it comes to making people laugh.
  • Some of SF's funniest comedians will take the stage at this free comedy show at Milk Bar with a two-drink minimum. Just keep in mind that there are only 150 free tickets, so you'll want to reserve yours ASAP.
  • "The Infinite Wrench" is a race against the clock as an ensemble of actors endeavor to perform 30 — yes, 30! — bite-sized plays in under an hour with the order of the plays determined by you, the audience.
  • If you enjoy audience participation, you'll love this uproarious and fast-paced improv show in a cozy theater with a full bar. Go with a date or a group of friends, just make sure you go with people who love to laugh.
  • May the Schwartz be with you as you cuddle up on a blanket to watch "Spaceballs," a hilarious 1987 Star Wars parody, in the Salesforce rooftop park's amphitheater. Outside food and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed. Be prepared to pre-register for guaranteed seating.
  • Spend the evening listening to live jazz performed by Max Chanowitz, an Oakland jazz pianist who has been performing for over 15 years, and enjoying delicious food and cocktails.
  • Find out what your future holds, or at least laugh at what comes of another person's reading that inspires a series of improvised scenes at this Tarot-based improv show.
  • You'll laugh, and you'll learn at SF's most current improv show where the evening starts with you cutting out articles from recent newspapers that will then be used by the performers on stage as fodder for fresh and innovative comedy.
  • Open up your eager eyes and buy tickets to this indie ball. Enjoy an extraordinary set that looks just like The Killers' Mr. Brightside video and sounds like music from all of your favorite 2000s indie artists, like The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, MGMT, and more.
  • Indulge in the finest gourmet, artisan, and premium chocolates at this chocolate salon featuring over 25 chocolatiers, confectioners, wineries, and other culinary artisans. Shopping for gifts has never tasted so good.
  • Elixir is SF's second oldest saloon dating back to at least 1858 (if not earlier), but it's only been in the care of its current owners — who restored it to much of its original beauty — for 16 years. Come celebrate their birthday and help raise money for StandForKindness.org.
  • Healing crystals are said to be able to bring you balance, connect you with nature, and help you feel calmer and more positive. At this fair, you can shop for them, along with minerals, gems, beads, and jewelry, while meeting with healers, psychics, and aura readers.
  • Stand-up comedians won’t know what hit them in this hilarious show where performers are interrupted mid-performance by a co-host who simply has to know more about the backstory, what happened next, and other burning questions.
  • This intimate stand-up show features hilarious local and touring comics in the upstairs loft at Oakland's Legionnaire Saloon.
  • Andy Goldsworthy is an environmentalist known for creating site-specific artwork in natural and urban settings. The Presidio is home to his largest collection on public view in Northern America. During this guided three-mile hike, you’ll see and learn about all four pieces.
  • Swipe right on this hilarious evening of stand-up comedy featuring SF's top comedians. Enjoy a night of jokes about the local online dating scene and all the disasters that come with it.
  • Celebrate National Take a Hike Day in the gorgeous Presidio, where you'll take in the fresh air and beautiful scenery — all while getting a little exercise. This guided 2.5-mile hike will take you on some of the Presidio's most popular trails and is moderate-to-strenuous.
  • Find out about the incredible women who made an impact on SF history during this 1.5-mile walking tour through Golden Gate Park. You'll learn about a botanist who slept on cliff-sides, a woman who journeyed through the Amazon, and many others during this afternoon outing.
  • Start your week off right with a super fun Motown dance party. Get there before 9 PM, and there's no cover charge. Get there after, and you'll need to shell out $3 to get down on the dance floor.
  • Show off all of your random knowledge at this pub trivia night with six rounds of questions on topics ranging from sports to entertainment. Arrive early to grab a spot for your group and bring your own dinner or order something for delivery.
  • Game Parlour has all of the games you played as a kid, as well as a bunch you've never heard of before. At this event, you can play as many games as you'd like for $5 and maybe even discover a new favorite.
  • You don't have to be an improv expert to take part in this hilarious show that's a little like "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" The entire audience takes part in this "no pressure, no-holds-barred comedy romp" that will be the most fun you've had on a school night in months.
  • KJ Paul is known as one of SF’s best karaoke hosts and is the perfect person to help you take your singing from the shower to the stage. He has one of the biggest karaoke books in town, so it’s almost guaranteed that he’ll have your track.
  • If you enjoy reading Craigslist Missed Connections from the privacy of your computer, you'll enjoy it tenfold once you watch comedians put on a show inspired by some of the most hopeful and heartbroken posts of people searching for that one person who might change everything.
  • This free comedy show at a cozy North Beach bar features Bay Area comedians musing on life, love, politics, and more. Plus, happy hour drink specials all night long.
  • Grab a drink and prepare to laugh as you watch some of the Bay Area's funniest comedians perform their best material, as well as get tips and tricks from a member of the kink community. Two-for-one!
  • This underground comedy show features sets from established comedians as well as some hilarious up-and-comers. Plus, it's in the basement of a beer bar, so there's awesome beer on tap.
  • Alexa may be everyone's favorite robot assistant, but is she funny? Find out at this improv show, where eight humans discover if Alexa can replace them — or at least help them — when it comes to making people laugh.
  • Some of SF's funniest comedians will take the stage at this free comedy show at Milk Bar with a two-drink minimum. Just keep in mind that there are only 150 free tickets, so you'll want to reserve yours ASAP.
  • "The Infinite Wrench" is a race against the clock as an ensemble of actors endeavor to perform 30 — yes, 30! — bite-sized plays in under an hour with the order of the plays determined by you, the audience.
  • If you enjoy audience participation, you'll love this uproarious and fast-paced improv show in a cozy theater with a full bar. Go with a date or a group of friends, just make sure you go with people who love to laugh.
  • May the Schwartz be with you as you cuddle up on a blanket to watch "Spaceballs," a hilarious 1987 Star Wars parody, in the Salesforce rooftop park's amphitheater. Outside food and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed. Be prepared to pre-register for guaranteed seating.
  • Spend the evening listening to live jazz performed by Max Chanowitz, an Oakland jazz pianist who has been performing for over 15 years, and enjoying delicious food and cocktails.
  • Find out what your future holds, or at least laugh at what comes of another person's reading that inspires a series of improvised scenes at this Tarot-based improv show.
  • You'll laugh, and you'll learn at SF's most current improv show where the evening starts with you cutting out articles from recent newspapers that will then be used by the performers on stage as fodder for fresh and innovative comedy.
  • Open up your eager eyes and buy tickets to this indie ball. Enjoy an extraordinary set that looks just like The Killers' Mr. Brightside video and sounds like music from all of your favorite 2000s indie artists, like The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, MGMT, and more.
  • Indulge in the finest gourmet, artisan, and premium chocolates at this chocolate salon featuring over 25 chocolatiers, confectioners, wineries, and other culinary artisans. Shopping for gifts has never tasted so good.
  • Elixir is SF's second oldest saloon dating back to at least 1858 (if not earlier), but it's only been in the care of its current owners — who restored it to much of its original beauty — for 16 years. Come celebrate their birthday and help raise money for StandForKindness.org.
  • Healing crystals are said to be able to bring you balance, connect you with nature, and help you feel calmer and more positive. At this fair, you can shop for them, along with minerals, gems, beads, and jewelry, while meeting with healers, psychics, and aura readers.
  • Stand-up comedians won’t know what hit them in this hilarious show where performers are interrupted mid-performance by a co-host who simply has to know more about the backstory, what happened next, and other burning questions.
  • This intimate stand-up show features hilarious local and touring comics in the upstairs loft at Oakland's Legionnaire Saloon.
  • Andy Goldsworthy is an environmentalist known for creating site-specific artwork in natural and urban settings. The Presidio is home to his largest collection on public view in Northern America. During this guided three-mile hike, you’ll see and learn about all four pieces.
  • Swipe right on this hilarious evening of stand-up comedy featuring SF's top comedians. Enjoy a night of jokes about the local online dating scene and all the disasters that come with it.
Fun on a Budget: The SF $20 and Under Collection

Renegade San Francisco / Renegade Craft Fair / San Francisco, CA

Fun on a Budget: The SF $20 and Under Collection
Fun on a Budget: The SF $20 and Under Collection
Collectie van Eventbrite
Experience the best San Francisco has to offer on a budget. From comedy shows and dance parties to walking tours and yoga classes, here are a bunch of fun things to do this month that won’t break the bank.
Experience the best San Francisco has to offer on a budget. From comedy shows and dance parties to walking tours and yoga classes, here are a bunch of fun things to do this month that won’t break the bank.
  • Celebrate National Take a Hike Day in the gorgeous Presidio, where you'll take in the fresh air and beautiful scenery — all while getting a little exercise. This guided 2.5-mile hike will take you on some of the Presidio's most popular trails and is moderate-to-strenuous.
  • Find out about the incredible women who made an impact on SF history during this 1.5-mile walking tour through Golden Gate Park. You'll learn about a botanist who slept on cliff-sides, a woman who journeyed through the Amazon, and many others during this afternoon outing.
  • Start your week off right with a super fun Motown dance party. Get there before 9 PM, and there's no cover charge. Get there after, and you'll need to shell out $3 to get down on the dance floor.
  • Show off all of your random knowledge at this pub trivia night with six rounds of questions on topics ranging from sports to entertainment. Arrive early to grab a spot for your group and bring your own dinner or order something for delivery.
  • Game Parlour has all of the games you played as a kid, as well as a bunch you've never heard of before. At this event, you can play as many games as you'd like for $5 and maybe even discover a new favorite.
  • You don't have to be an improv expert to take part in this hilarious show that's a little like "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" The entire audience takes part in this "no pressure, no-holds-barred comedy romp" that will be the most fun you've had on a school night in months.
  • KJ Paul is known as one of SF’s best karaoke hosts and is the perfect person to help you take your singing from the shower to the stage. He has one of the biggest karaoke books in town, so it’s almost guaranteed that he’ll have your track.
  • If you enjoy reading Craigslist Missed Connections from the privacy of your computer, you'll enjoy it tenfold once you watch comedians put on a show inspired by some of the most hopeful and heartbroken posts of people searching for that one person who might change everything.
  • This free comedy show at a cozy North Beach bar features Bay Area comedians musing on life, love, politics, and more. Plus, happy hour drink specials all night long.
  • Grab a drink and prepare to laugh as you watch some of the Bay Area's funniest comedians perform their best material, as well as get tips and tricks from a member of the kink community. Two-for-one!
  • This underground comedy show features sets from established comedians as well as some hilarious up-and-comers. Plus, it's in the basement of a beer bar, so there's awesome beer on tap.
  • Alexa may be everyone's favorite robot assistant, but is she funny? Find out at this improv show, where eight humans discover if Alexa can replace them — or at least help them — when it comes to making people laugh.
  • Some of SF's funniest comedians will take the stage at this free comedy show at Milk Bar with a two-drink minimum. Just keep in mind that there are only 150 free tickets, so you'll want to reserve yours ASAP.
  • "The Infinite Wrench" is a race against the clock as an ensemble of actors endeavor to perform 30 — yes, 30! — bite-sized plays in under an hour with the order of the plays determined by you, the audience.
  • If you enjoy audience participation, you'll love this uproarious and fast-paced improv show in a cozy theater with a full bar. Go with a date or a group of friends, just make sure you go with people who love to laugh.
  • May the Schwartz be with you as you cuddle up on a blanket to watch "Spaceballs," a hilarious 1987 Star Wars parody, in the Salesforce rooftop park's amphitheater. Outside food and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed. Be prepared to pre-register for guaranteed seating.
  • Spend the evening listening to live jazz performed by Max Chanowitz, an Oakland jazz pianist who has been performing for over 15 years, and enjoying delicious food and cocktails.
  • Find out what your future holds, or at least laugh at what comes of another person's reading that inspires a series of improvised scenes at this Tarot-based improv show.
  • You'll laugh, and you'll learn at SF's most current improv show where the evening starts with you cutting out articles from recent newspapers that will then be used by the performers on stage as fodder for fresh and innovative comedy.
  • Open up your eager eyes and buy tickets to this indie ball. Enjoy an extraordinary set that looks just like The Killers' Mr. Brightside video and sounds like music from all of your favorite 2000s indie artists, like The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, MGMT, and more.
  • Indulge in the finest gourmet, artisan, and premium chocolates at this chocolate salon featuring over 25 chocolatiers, confectioners, wineries, and other culinary artisans. Shopping for gifts has never tasted so good.
  • Elixir is SF's second oldest saloon dating back to at least 1858 (if not earlier), but it's only been in the care of its current owners — who restored it to much of its original beauty — for 16 years. Come celebrate their birthday and help raise money for StandForKindness.org.
  • Healing crystals are said to be able to bring you balance, connect you with nature, and help you feel calmer and more positive. At this fair, you can shop for them, along with minerals, gems, beads, and jewelry, while meeting with healers, psychics, and aura readers.
  • Stand-up comedians won’t know what hit them in this hilarious show where performers are interrupted mid-performance by a co-host who simply has to know more about the backstory, what happened next, and other burning questions.
  • This intimate stand-up show features hilarious local and touring comics in the upstairs loft at Oakland's Legionnaire Saloon.
  • Andy Goldsworthy is an environmentalist known for creating site-specific artwork in natural and urban settings. The Presidio is home to his largest collection on public view in Northern America. During this guided three-mile hike, you’ll see and learn about all four pieces.
  • Swipe right on this hilarious evening of stand-up comedy featuring SF's top comedians. Enjoy a night of jokes about the local online dating scene and all the disasters that come with it.
  • Celebrate National Take a Hike Day in the gorgeous Presidio, where you'll take in the fresh air and beautiful scenery — all while getting a little exercise. This guided 2.5-mile hike will take you on some of the Presidio's most popular trails and is moderate-to-strenuous.
  • Find out about the incredible women who made an impact on SF history during this 1.5-mile walking tour through Golden Gate Park. You'll learn about a botanist who slept on cliff-sides, a woman who journeyed through the Amazon, and many others during this afternoon outing.
  • Start your week off right with a super fun Motown dance party. Get there before 9 PM, and there's no cover charge. Get there after, and you'll need to shell out $3 to get down on the dance floor.
  • Show off all of your random knowledge at this pub trivia night with six rounds of questions on topics ranging from sports to entertainment. Arrive early to grab a spot for your group and bring your own dinner or order something for delivery.
  • Game Parlour has all of the games you played as a kid, as well as a bunch you've never heard of before. At this event, you can play as many games as you'd like for $5 and maybe even discover a new favorite.
  • You don't have to be an improv expert to take part in this hilarious show that's a little like "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" The entire audience takes part in this "no pressure, no-holds-barred comedy romp" that will be the most fun you've had on a school night in months.
  • KJ Paul is known as one of SF’s best karaoke hosts and is the perfect person to help you take your singing from the shower to the stage. He has one of the biggest karaoke books in town, so it’s almost guaranteed that he’ll have your track.
  • If you enjoy reading Craigslist Missed Connections from the privacy of your computer, you'll enjoy it tenfold once you watch comedians put on a show inspired by some of the most hopeful and heartbroken posts of people searching for that one person who might change everything.
  • This free comedy show at a cozy North Beach bar features Bay Area comedians musing on life, love, politics, and more. Plus, happy hour drink specials all night long.
  • Grab a drink and prepare to laugh as you watch some of the Bay Area's funniest comedians perform their best material, as well as get tips and tricks from a member of the kink community. Two-for-one!
  • This underground comedy show features sets from established comedians as well as some hilarious up-and-comers. Plus, it's in the basement of a beer bar, so there's awesome beer on tap.
  • Alexa may be everyone's favorite robot assistant, but is she funny? Find out at this improv show, where eight humans discover if Alexa can replace them — or at least help them — when it comes to making people laugh.
  • Some of SF's funniest comedians will take the stage at this free comedy show at Milk Bar with a two-drink minimum. Just keep in mind that there are only 150 free tickets, so you'll want to reserve yours ASAP.
  • "The Infinite Wrench" is a race against the clock as an ensemble of actors endeavor to perform 30 — yes, 30! — bite-sized plays in under an hour with the order of the plays determined by you, the audience.
  • If you enjoy audience participation, you'll love this uproarious and fast-paced improv show in a cozy theater with a full bar. Go with a date or a group of friends, just make sure you go with people who love to laugh.
  • May the Schwartz be with you as you cuddle up on a blanket to watch "Spaceballs," a hilarious 1987 Star Wars parody, in the Salesforce rooftop park's amphitheater. Outside food and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed. Be prepared to pre-register for guaranteed seating.
  • Spend the evening listening to live jazz performed by Max Chanowitz, an Oakland jazz pianist who has been performing for over 15 years, and enjoying delicious food and cocktails.
  • Find out what your future holds, or at least laugh at what comes of another person's reading that inspires a series of improvised scenes at this Tarot-based improv show.
  • You'll laugh, and you'll learn at SF's most current improv show where the evening starts with you cutting out articles from recent newspapers that will then be used by the performers on stage as fodder for fresh and innovative comedy.
  • Open up your eager eyes and buy tickets to this indie ball. Enjoy an extraordinary set that looks just like The Killers' Mr. Brightside video and sounds like music from all of your favorite 2000s indie artists, like The Strokes, LCD Soundsystem, MGMT, and more.
  • Indulge in the finest gourmet, artisan, and premium chocolates at this chocolate salon featuring over 25 chocolatiers, confectioners, wineries, and other culinary artisans. Shopping for gifts has never tasted so good.
  • Elixir is SF's second oldest saloon dating back to at least 1858 (if not earlier), but it's only been in the care of its current owners — who restored it to much of its original beauty — for 16 years. Come celebrate their birthday and help raise money for StandForKindness.org.
  • Healing crystals are said to be able to bring you balance, connect you with nature, and help you feel calmer and more positive. At this fair, you can shop for them, along with minerals, gems, beads, and jewelry, while meeting with healers, psychics, and aura readers.
  • Stand-up comedians won’t know what hit them in this hilarious show where performers are interrupted mid-performance by a co-host who simply has to know more about the backstory, what happened next, and other burning questions.
  • This intimate stand-up show features hilarious local and touring comics in the upstairs loft at Oakland's Legionnaire Saloon.
  • Andy Goldsworthy is an environmentalist known for creating site-specific artwork in natural and urban settings. The Presidio is home to his largest collection on public view in Northern America. During this guided three-mile hike, you’ll see and learn about all four pieces.
  • Swipe right on this hilarious evening of stand-up comedy featuring SF's top comedians. Enjoy a night of jokes about the local online dating scene and all the disasters that come with it.