The U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels will be roaring over parts of the Bay Area starting Thursday afternoon as San Francisco Fleet Week gets under way.
A Navy hovercraft has landed on San Francisco’s Ocean Beach as part of a disaster response training exercise during Fleet Week.
Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, the Danville pilot known for safely landing a disabled US Airways jet in the Hudson River in 2009, will be riding along with the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels Wednesday.
There’s no shortage of awesome activities, events and concerts this weekend. From the Blue Angels to the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, this is one of the biggest weekends all year. Check out our event guide for great ideas for the whole family.
San Francisco will be bursting at the seams with activity this weekend, including the annual Fleet Week celebration.
The U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels arrived at San Francisco International Airport Tuesday evening for the city’s annual Fleet Week celebration.
The second America’s Cup World Series in San Francisco begins Wednesday with qualifying racing for the match racing championship. A day later, the first two of seven scheduled fleet races kick off the event championship, which concludes Sunday.
The San Francisco waterfront was packed with spectators Saturday as thousands of people turned out for Fleet Week.
Transit officials are saying keep the car at home as 300,000 people descend upon San Francisco for Fleet Week and some other crowded events.
Just in time for San Francisco’s Fleet Week celebrations, more than 250 members of the military attended the first ever job fair hosted by the nation’s largest nonprofit organization for veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.