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Dancing on Waverly 2021

Join the Chinese Culture Center for a day-long outdoor festival featuring music, dancing, and art activities in San Francisco Chinatown!

Saturday, October 16, 2021


Waverly Place (between Sacramento and Clay Streets), SF Chinatown


Dancing on Waverly features a diverse range of dance styles and performances that celebrate Chinatown as a crossroads of local and international creativity.

The festival focuses on the community as an arts destination for both locals and visitors alike to experience one of San Francisco's celebrated cultural communities. It activates an underutilized public space, builds community, and builds community through art and vibrancy.

Dancing on Waverly highlights various businesses, restaurants, and shopping on Chinatown's historic Waverly Place, between Clay and Sacramento Street. It is a free, fun-filled afternoon of dancing, music, and activities for kids!

// 2021 LINEUP //


Grant Avenue Follies



Hep Jen

Portsmouth Square Dance Club

Enkhtsatsralt + Son of Paper + JCD:YRD

This event is supported by the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development, with additional support by #Start Small, California Arts Council, National Endowment for the Arts, Grants for the Arts, San Francisco Foundation, San Francisco Arts Commission, Fleishhacker Foundation, the Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation, and Zellerbach Family Foundation. Presented in partnership with Manilatown Heritage Foundation, Cut Fruit Collective, Chinese Historical Society of America, San Francisco Recreation and Parks, San Francisco Small Business Comission, San Francisco Metro and Transit Authority.


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