Silicon Valley Sightings: Carnival Parade in San Francisco

Drummers on Parade
(Above: Drummers parading latin beats on Harrison Street)

If you can’t tell yet, I’m really facinated about cultures, in fact before I got into web, I was a Jazz performance major in college.

Part of what makes Silicon Valley so unique is the open-mindness and accepting of cultures here, this melting pot gives way to new ideas, new cultures, and new methods of discovery and innovation

San Francisco (and the Silicon Valley) boasts a wide variety of cultures that habitat the gorgeous bay area in frequent harmony.

The Carnival is a annual parade and celebration that happens all over the world and SF is no exception. We purchased $5 dollar front row seats and witnessed a different sound, culture, dance, and costume stream by, great for my ADD.

Media I created

Video: Introduction: It’s pretty wild out here, my introduction (great salsa music)
Video: Dancers on Parade
Video: Drummers on parade
Pictures: I have over 300 photos in this set of Carnival


(Silicon Valley Sightings is an ongoing PhotoBlog that captures the intersection of Tech Culture in the San Francisco Silicon Valley Bay Area, check out the archives. All photos by Jeremiah Owyang


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