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Neon Trees

Andrew McMahon

Of Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin

Charli XCX


American Authors

DJ Christopher Golub

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Amanda Freitag

Graham Elliot

Cortney Burns and Nick Balla

Dennis Lee

Minh Tsai

Sarah and Evan Rich

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Main Activities

Chefs' Tent

Izze Music Stage

Tasting Hall

Whether you want to sample some of the best craft brews in the region or treat your palate with top quality wines, we've got you covered.

Artisans' Hall

Take one giant tent, fill it wall to wall with delicious samplings from an amazing collection of regional, artisanal food, add in a hungry crowd of Cultivate attendees, and voilà!

Kids' Zone

The Kids' Zone is filled with fun, educational activities that teach kids where their food comes from and why it's important.

Cultivate Exhibits

The Cinema

Enjoy several short films that speak directly to the journey toward better food and a healthier environment.

Fresh vs. Processed

See what's being served up in typical fast food compared to what we serve at Chipotle and ShopHouse.

Factory vs. Farm

Experience how the majority of livestock is raised in factories versus those that are Responsibly Raised®

GMO Experience

Learn what genetically modified organisms are and how they are used in the food supply.

Guac from Scratch

Watch how our guacamole is made using fresh, whole ingredients—then taste the delicious result.

Info/Reward Tent

Featured Eats

Pork Belly or Barbacoa Gordita

Your choice of pork belly and pinneaple or barbacoa on grilled flat bread, cabbage, tomatillo red chili salsa, and cotija.

Grilled Chicken or
Sofritas® Tacos

Your choice of grilled chicken or Sofritas® organic tofu, in soft corn tortillas with fresh tomato salsa, Romaine lettuce and shredded cheese.

ShopHouse Rice Bowl with Meatballs or Tofu

Your choice of pork and chicken meatballs or organic tofu, with Jasmine rice, green curry, green papaya slaw, herb salad, charred green beans with chili jam & crispy garlic.

Kale Salad

Baby kale, roasted corn-escabeche, crumbled cotija, crispy tortillas, and chipotle-honey vinaigrette. Choice to add grilled steak.
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11:00 AM

Sarah and Evan Rich

11:25pm - 11:55pm

12:00 PM

Cortney Burns and Nick Balla

12:20pm - 12:50pm

American Authors

12:45 - 1:25pm

1:00 PM

Minh Tsai

1:25am - 1:55am

2:00 PM

Dennis Lee

2:40pm - 3:20pm


1:55pm - 2:40pm

3:00 PM

Charli XCX

3:20pm - 4:05pm

4:00 PM

Amanda Freitag

4:05pm - 4:45pm

Andrew McMahon

4:45pm - 5:30pm

5:00 PM

Graham Elliot

5:30pm - 6:15pm

6:00 PM

Neon Trees

6:15pm - 7:00pm

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No car? No problem. Golden Gate Park is accessible by a number of public transportation options.


We suggest entering the park from the North for easiest access to the festival. The best option will be the #5 Fulton Street Line to the 25th Ave. stop. Other options include the 18, 29 and 31 lines. For more information, please consult


If you can’t flag down a cab, here are a few companies to call:

DeSoto Cab Company (415) 970-1300
Luxor Cab Company (415) 282-4141
Metro Cab Company (415) 920-0700
Yellow Cab (415) 333-3333


ADA accessible parking will be available on John F Kennedy Drive near an accessible entrance. For any inquiries regarding accessibility, please contact us.


Making a road trip out of it? Here’s the best way to park that car of yours.

Enter the park from the North side at the 25th and Fulton or 30th and Fulton entrances. From the 25th and Fulton entrance, bear right onto the the Transverse Drive off ramp. Then, turn right onto JFK Drive. From the 30th and Fulton entrance, turn left onto JFK Drive.

The best parking option is on JFK Drive on either side of the street. If this area is full, there is parking available on Middle Drive and MLK Drive.


Make the green and healthy choice by biking to the festival.


We will provide a number of bike racks at the festival site. Please bring your own lock.


There are plently of paths in the park and the festival is located right along bike route 830. For more detailed route information, check out the bicycle trip planner.


There are plently of paths in the park and the festival is located right along bike route 830. For more detailed route information, check out the bicycle trip planner.

DeYoung Museum
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive
(415) 750-3600
9:30 am – 5:15 pm

Japanese Tea Garden
75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive
(415) 752-1171
9 am – 6 pm

San Francisco Botanical Garden
1199 9th Avenue
(415) 661-1316
9 am – 6 pm

Steinhart Aquarium
55 Music Concourse Drive
(415) 379-8000
Hours: 9:30 am – 5 pm

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