Hey Bay Area DIY craft and local music lovers, there's an event that seems worth checking out this Sunday in the Mission! San Francisco rock duo Tartufi, along with Whiz Bang Fabrics and the Bay Bridged are throwing a free all-day street festival called the Rock Make Street Festival. It's going to feature vendor tables showcasing designs by 50 independent local designers, artists and craftspeople and live music by 12 local indie rock, folk and experimental pop bands.
Participating art and craft vendors include Leah Devine/Yuka, Booty Boutique, Ida Lauren, Ezme Designs, Chi Cheng, Invisible Hero Industries, Squink Industries, Paula Lopez & Brook Baird, Tedda Hughes, The Handstitchery, Tuckymama Designs, Little Marlow, Honeycomb Jewelry, Cara Lyndon, Laura Marie Walker, Shelly Brown & Charys Hayden, Chrysiliou Accessories, Amanda Archer Collection, Kaching Design, Pollyannacowgirl Designs, Nous Savons, Beyond Wonderland, Doubleparlour, Indie Industries, Honey Pie, Malkeeta, Sarah James, Squishy Sushi, Lucky Space Monkey, Tessa Kemp Jewelry, Secession Art & Design/Colleen Mauer Jewelry, Baby Leo Designs, Bdru Design, The Girl and Rhino, AC Clothing and Bags, Daria Salus Jewelry/Kelly Mann, Ofina, Hambone & Jennicakes/Angelfish & Co., Offbeat - Handmade Jewelry, B. Vann Originals, and Mama's Little Babies.
Bands playing the fest are Tartufi, Trainwreck Riders, Silian Rail, Emily Jane White, Low Red Land, Maus Haus, Rademacher, French Miami, Settler, Man/Miracle, the Harbours, and Dame Satan.
The fest takes place from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. on Treat Street, between 17th and 18th streets.
Images: First image, from top: Fillmore Blue baby blanket by Baby Leo Designs, "The Lonesome Accordionist" by Doubleparlour, "Yellow Alphabet" by Laura Marie Walker, Blue Grace Bowl by Ezme Designs. Items not necessarily on sale at this craft show. Poster artwork by Jen Merrill, designed by Jessica Cusik.