History. Tradition. Culture.

Korean events in the Bay Area

Samul Nori

Traditional Korean percussion  from Gwanggaeto Samul!

B-Boy /  Beatbox

Old-school break-dance + modern K-pop vibe with Traveler Crew B-Boy!

The BEST beatboxer in Korea: 2TAK Pinscher


Team-M Taekwondo from the finals of America’s Got Talent!

A Cool Korean Evening, 25 October 2021, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Hammer Theatre Center

101 Paseo de San Antonio (between 2nd and 3rd Streets)

Downtown San Jose




The Annual Chuseok Festival is the Bay Area’s largest public event celebrating, showcasing, and promoting Korean culture, cuisine, music, arts, and community. The Festival celebrates the rich cultural diversity of the Bay Area by offering a place for all of us to come together around our shared passion for all things Korean! Our mission is to inspire exploration and discovery of Korean culture across communities and generation while offering Korean Americans a way to celebrate together an important traditional holiday.

  • Online Programs: Live & Recorded events including panel discussions, craft demonstrations, music performances, Korean Storytimes & more!
  • Korean Food & Drink: Enjoy delicious food, beverages and snacks from Bay Area vendors that include K-BBQ, Korean street food, Noodles, and more as well as beer, soju, makgeoli (Korean rice wine) and other non-alcoholic beverages. Stay tuned to see our full food vendor line up.
  • K-Pop & Other Musical Performances: Enjoy traditional and pop music, dance and other performances. Stay tuned for details.
  • Spotlight on Local Community: Discover and support local Korean artists, makers, businesses, and non-profits serving the Korean community.
  • Youth Art Contest: Open to K-12 students. Three themes; 4 prizes. In collaboration with the Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC).
  • Silent Auction: The 1st Festival Silent Auction with exciting items and experience! Preview available on 10/15. Bidding Starts on 10/20.

Find out more about the event here: koreancentersf.org

one-stop event calendar

Find out about Korean events in the Bay Area, all at one site, and all in English.

Whether you are planning an event or just want to attend, this is the place to notice and get noticed.