The story of indigo dyes, a celebration of Frida Kahlo's 110th birthday, reframing aging, afrobeat, and 'A Girl Named Bill' are just some of the possibilities for the weekend.
Surely you're not going to twiddle your thumbs or barbecue all holiday weekend? There's plenty to do in Berkeley, from fireworks to concerts to mime.
You need to hurry to see Taj Mahal and Keb' Mo', but there's also Appalachian folk, surrealist art, The Blues Broads, and a musical benefit for Syrian refugees this weekend.
Juneteenth, Stravinsky reimagined, a gay pride comedy night, a Father's Day double bill, and the grand reopening of James Kenney Park, give you plenty of options this weekend.
The free World Music Festival, Berkeley-based bluegrass and folk artists, a benefit concert for refugees and immigrants, and more on a packed weekend.
A packed weekend, with the book festival, Pints for Paws, dance, free Dvorak performances, photographs of undocumented youth, more.
There's plenty of music, dancing and family fun for Memorial Day weekend. Choose between folk-roots, queer pop, salsa and more.
A bluegrass festival, exciting new artists, Langston Hughes on stage, Martin Sheen hosting a gala, and the Himalayan Fair for your delectation this weekend.
The Edible Schoolyard plant sale, Peace Train choir, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Democracy Now's Amy Goodman, and NCAA tennis are on the menu for this weekend in Berkeley.
'The Events' at Shotgun, BAHA spring house tours, plant sale at Willard, Andrew McMahon at the UC Theatre, the Elmwood block party, and more, in our weekend preview.
Relive the Summer of Love on Telegraph, hear a Rameau opera, dance your heart out, and much more this weekend.
There are over 400 events at Cal Day alone this weekend, but you could also taste sake with Berkeley's sister city, go to the Berkeley flea market reopening, and more
Take your pick this weekend: reggae, blues piano, Brazilian songs, African music and dance, or a sunrise Easter service.