San Francisco Lowrider Council Celebrates “King of the Streets” Lowrider Car Show and Hopping Contest @ Pier 30-32 at The Embarcadero.
The historic San Francisco Lowrider Council slates a great summer day in San Francisco to celebrate culture, community and history.
👑 of the Streets! Saturday AUGUST 19th! Pier 30! 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM San Francisco 😎
9 a.m. The event starts with a colorful Lowrider Car Show & Hopping Contest.
Location: Pier 30-32 at 599 The Embarcadero in San Francisco.
Last year’ video!
The public is invited to enjoy the family friendly, no alcohol allowed daylong indoor/outdoor event.
No grills allowed or even needed at Pier 30-32 parking lot as the Food Vendors will roll in for festivities that begin at 9 a.m. The fun at Pier 30-32 at The Embarcadero will include Raffle, Prizes, Arts & Craft vendors. General tickets for show attendees to the event are $20, Children free.
Celebrating with a purpose, the San Francisco Lowrider Council has joined forces with local public health organizations to provide COVID testing and educational information about the growing monkeypox outbreaks. Free COVID booster shots will be available and administered by the San Francisco Latino Task Force (LTF).
This year’s “King of the Streets” event will feature food, arts and crafts vendors, lowrider swag, a DJ, and live entertainment.
“The San Francisco Lowrider Council was formed in response to community efforts to fight the racial injustice that made the council necessary to resist the San Francisco Police Department’s racist aggression against Latinos and people of color 41 years ago,” said Roberto Y. Hernández, founder and president of the San Francisco Lowrider Council.
The San Francisco Lowrider Council history is steeped in blood, sweat and tears as a trajectory of strong community service. Over four decades of service include but are not limited to working with the United Farm Workers, Our Mission No Eviction, Close the Camps, Free the Children, Immigration Reform, Police Reform, Black Lives Matter & Justice for Alex Nieto and more recently supporting the Mission Food Hub distribution of groceries to 9,000 families.
About The San Francisco LowRider Council
The San Francisco LowRider Council was founded in 1981 to unite all LowRider clubs & solo riders to promote the art of LowRiding in the San Francisco Bay Area.
For more information, please visit: https://www.sanfranciscolowridercouncil.com
Roberto Y. Hernandez