San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The non-profit Festival (pronounced o-positive) connects musicians, artists, and health & wellness providers for weekend-long celebrations featuring concerts and performances, art making, and wellness offerings for the entire community.
This year's line-up is beyond amazing!
In keeping with the O+ Festival ethos of ‘giving what you can to benefit the whole’, we invite our attendees to determine the value of the festival. What is it worth to you, as an individual, to enjoy three days of music, art & wellness? How is your life enriched by the beloved kickoff parade, 60 bands and performances, vibrant public art, an ever-expanding roster of mind-body-spirit classes, a late-night SALO+N, bike rides for all skill levels, and an EXPO+ that connects the community with health and wellness resources?
Get your tickets in advance. You'll be able to pick up your wristband at any location and avoid lines at our HO+MEBASE ticketing station. You won't want to miss a minute of the action.
The art curatorial team welcomes back international street artist Gaia, who created the “Artemis Emerging From the Quarry” mural in 2013. In response to this year’s festival theme, “The Other,”Gaia will make another mural for the city that focuses on Ulster County-born abolitionist and women’s rights activist Sojourner Truth and Kingston-born neoclassicist painter John Vanderlyn. He is also serving as the festival’s curator of murals of which there are six this year. Gaia will be joined by more than 25 other artists (working in murals, installation, performance and projection), including muralist jetsonorama of The Painted Desert Project, The New Yorker cartoonist Carolita Johnson, and feminist performance artist Linda Mary Montano, who is also a festival alumna.
The music curatorial team welcomes back some Festival favorites, including singer/songwriter Nicole Atkins, indie-pop band And The Kids and “acoustic troubadour” Christopher Paul Stelling, and confirms that experimental/art rock band Roz and the Rice Cakes and punk rock duo Shellshag are part of this year’s lineup.
Help us make this the best O+ Festival to date! It's our community, and together we will Apply Pressure and Elevate!