Renegade Craft Fair Is Headed to the Bay Area One More Time in 2018
It's easy to forget that San Francisco isn't the only city with a Renegade Craft Fair. The "world's largest curated showcase of independent craft and design" sets up shop in 12 cities, including Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Boston, and London. Renegade is literally all over the map. But this week, the RCF maker roadshow is right in our backyard.
Renegade will return to the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion this month with more than 300 makers. Show up to shop skincare, jewelry, apparel, shoes, home goods, cute paper, and more from 11 am–6 pm, Saturday, November 10, and Sunday, November 11. The roster includes a solid lineup of local makers like Basik Candle Co., Bathing Culture, Lyonhart Bags, and Sarah Liller, so it's a fun way to connect with Bay Area creatives. Admission is free.
Mark your calendar, and set a reminder in your phone to take a car share or Muni to Fort Mason when you go. Renegade is a delight, but parking at Fort Mason during a craft fair is a nightmare.