NEWS: THE SAN FRANCISCO COFFEE FESTIVAL Expands To Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture Festival Pavilion Set To Take Place November 2nd & 3rd, 2019

he San Francisco Coffee Festival, set to take place on Saturday, November 2nd and Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 at the Festival Pavilion at the arts nonprofit Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC), has announced additional roasters, onsite activations, sponsors, and partners for the 2019 festival.  Over eighty specially curated exhibitors, including the Bay Area's top coffee roasters, will be in attendance. For more information, please visit:
This year marks the first year the festival will take place at the FMCAC Festival Pavilion due to the ever-increasing demand and immediate sell-out of tickets. For the last three years the San Francisco Coffee Festival was held at Dogpatch Studios and sold out the 1,500-capacity venue. 
Roasters for the 2019 San Francisco Coffee Festival include: Proyecto Diaz Coffee, Tico Coffee Roasters, Allegro Coffee Roasters, Santa Martha Coffee, Grand Parade Modern Coffee Collection, Ritual Coffee Roasters, Verve Coffee Roasters, AKA Coffee, Chromatic Coffee Co., Voyager Craft Coffee, Abanico Coffee Roasters, Counter Culture Coffee, Flashlight Coffee Co., Big House Beans Speciality Coffee Roasters, SF Bay Coffee, 1951 Coffee Company, Fable Coffee,  Cento Coffee, Red Whale Coffee Co., Sextant Coffee Roasters, Temple Coffee Roasters, 3-19 Coffee, Peerless Coffee & Tea, Rise Brewing Co., Equator Coffees, Higherland Specialty Coffee, Lee's Coffee Roastery, The Crown Royal Coffee, Drink Coffee Do Stuff, Madcap Coffee Company, Bird Rock Coffee Roasters, Réveille Coffee Co, Timeless Coffee, Kasama Ca Phe, Coffee At Wang's, Motivat Coffee Roasters, Acre Coffee, Klatch Coffee, Sin Fronteras Coffee, Awaken Cafe & Roasting, Strong Arm Coffee Roasters, La Colombe Coffee, Buddha Beans Coffee Co., Sudden Coffee, Bluestone Lane, ONYX Coffee Lab, Kickapoo Coffee Roasters, Royal Ground Coffee, Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters, Red Bay Coffee, Mother Tongue Coffee, Lady Falcon Coffee Club, and
Black Oak Coffee Roasters
The festival is also thrilled to announce Coffee Convos - specially curated panel talks that will take place over the weekend. Attendees can learn about coffee inside and out - from growing companies who are using their businesses for good to learning how to create foam art on top of a latte. Speakers will be announced soon. Learn more about the panels here: 
A number of onsite activations and exhibitions will take place at the festival as well. Jarold Cadion, a California-based artist who makes art out of coffee grounds, will be making pieces on the spot. Movemeant Foundation, a non-profit body positivity organization, will be onsite as well doing an activation with Dailey Method, a body toning exercise that samples aspects of dance, yoga, kinesiology, and pilates. Additional exhibitors include Third Wave Water, Brew Dr Kombucha, Luvhaus, Beerista Truck, Topo Chico, Acaia, Conscious Creamery,  Coffee Manufactory, Ebb Coffee Filter, Boba Guys, Boot Coffee Campus, Chico Chai, Honey & Roses Coffee Co., Saku Tea, Cru Chocolate, Ringtons, YMateina, Hive Roaster, Naturacentric, Live Zola, High Tea, COBA, the Coffee Bar and
Oak & Leaf Leather Goods. More exhibitors will be announced over the coming weeks. 
In addition, the festival will host a myriad of performers over the weekend. Up and coming acts such as Spooky MansionAnchor & BearLittle MonarchDavid AyscueAndrew St. James, and The Turnouts are confirmed to perform. The artists were carefully selected by the festival and each call California home. 
Califa Farms has been announced as the Official Almond + Oat Milk Sponsor. A number of product partners have been announced as well, including Alexandre Family Farm, Oatly, Forager Project, Mr. Black Coffee Liquor, Good Mylk Co in collaboration with Devout Coffee, and Britevision Cup Sleeve and Cafe Marketing
Third Culture Bakery, Cochinita, Toasty, Crumble & Whisk Patteserie, Sam Choy's Poke, Shades of Sugar Bakeshop, The Grilledcheezguy, Bowl'd Acai, and House of Bagels, will be onsite with food available for purchase. 
"We are thrilled with how 2019's San Francisco Coffee Festival is coming together," mentions founder Sam Gelin. "There is so much more to be announced and we look forward to an even bigger, better coffee festival this year." Gelin, founder of leading hospitality & experiential company, Craft Hospitality. Since 2011, Craft Hospitality has been regularly engaged by some of the largest companies and countries in the world to concept and create unique, sensory driven experiences. Craft Hospitality currently hosts food + beverage focused events in over 11 cities around the world.
WHAT: The San Francisco Coffee Festival
WHEN: Saturday, November 2nd to Sunday, November 3rd, 2019 
WHERE: Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (FMCAC) - Festival Pavilion 
2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123
Session 1 VIP : 9am - 10am 
Session 1  GA: 10am - 1pm
Session 2  GA: 1:30pm - 4:30pm
All Day VIP: 9am - 4:30pm
All Day GA: 10am - 4:30pm
Session 1 VIP : 9am - 10am 
Session 1  GA: 10am - 1pm
Session 2  GA: 1:30pm - 4:30pm
All Day VIP: 9am - 4:30pm
All Day GA: 10am - 4:30pm
GA: $29 in advance | $35 at door | 4 tickets for $100 
VIP: $45 in advance | $49 at door | 4 tickets for $160
All Day GA: $55 in advance | $67 at door | 4 tickets for $188 
All Day VIP: $69 in advance | $79 at door | 4 tickets for $240
Children Under 13: FREE
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