The Wild Oyster Project is proud to welcome back the 15th Annual International Ocean Film Festival on March 8-11, 2018. The festival features 48 films from 12 different countries, panel discussions and more! Check out www.oceanfilmfest.org for more information. Be sure to stop by our table Saturday Afternoon! #IOFF2018
BIKE: Be green and ride your bike to Oysterfest. We have free monitored bike parking.
MUNI: N Judah line to Carl & Stanyan and walk a few blocks to park. Bus Lines 7,21,33, 66 and 71 all stop within a few blocks of Sharon Meadow.
RIDESHARE: Check out the ticket option to buy ticket and shuttle with M Ride Party Bus, from North Beach, Marina and Downtown
PARKING: We don't recommend driving. If you do however, there is event parking available at UCSF Parnassus with a free shuttle service to the event. ADA Parking is available along Bowling Green Lane adjacent to Sharon Meadow. After you park follow signage for ADA entrance to Oysterfest,
MUSIC: Enjoy some great live bands on stage with a few DJs thrown in for good measure between acts. Want a break from the main stage? We even have a silent disco going on during the event.
FOOD: Of course we've got plenty of oysters, but we'll also have lots of other great food offerings from many of your favorite restaurants and food trucks.
WHAT ELSE? Trying your first oyster? Record the moment at our "My First Oyster Booth". Have our executive chef teach you how to shuck oysters without cutting your fingers off at our "Oyster Shucking Exhibit", Let Guinness' Ambassadors teach you what characteristics of their beers go with which oysters. Do oysters and single malt scotches go well together? You can find out at Balvenie's "Scotch from a Shell" booth. Learn about the Bay Area oyster conservation efforts of The Wild Oyster Project and see what you can do to help. Relax in Villa Maria Estates' Chill Zone, watch as local artist interpret Oysterfest through "Live Art". Cheer on your favorite team in our annual "Shuck & Suck" contest. There's plenty of enjoyment for all.