Presidio Picnic Monthly Cultural Dance Performances

​​​​​​​​​Experience Free Cultural Dance Performances at Presidio Picnic​

Presidio Picnic brings a special focus to the cultures of our diverse Bay Area community by offering free cultural dance performances on the third ​Sunday of each month from April through October (Note: The AXIS event occurs on the fourth Sunday). Performances begin at Noon and 2 pm.

The full schedule will be announced soon.

New Style Motherlode/NSM DANCE APRIL 19

New Style Motherlode/NSM DANCE is a Bay Area-based hip hop dance studio. NSM’s mission is to promote the arts through educational activities, entertainment, and intercultural exchange in the San Francisco Bay Area, nationally and internationally. They specialize in a wide range of dance styles that include Contemporary, Jazz & Modern Fusion, Salsa, Cardio, African styles, Vogue and other Fusion styles.
MAY 17

Daktari Dance Medicine Collective JUNE 21

Daktari Dance Medicine Collective (DDMC) is an unapologetically Black+Afrikan collective of divinely-inspired healers who tap into the mediums of drum, dance, ritual, rhythmic breathplay, meditation, mirroring, cleansing, and ubuntu to evoke spiritual liberation and illumination for Black+Afrikan folks all over the globe.


August features AXIS, the nation’s most acclaimed ensemble of disabled and non-disabled performers of contemporary dance. With integrated dances that combines stunning talent, community engagement, and recognition of the challenges and opportunities for disabled individuals – AXIS invites San Francisco to witness their inspiring performance.
Parangal Dance Company SEPTEMBER 20​​

Parangal (puh-ruh-ngal, meaning tribute) Dance Company is a Filipino Folk Dance Group based in the San Francisco Bay Area who’s mission is to give tribute to Philippine heritage by preserving and promoting ethnic attire, music, and dance through research, workshops, and performances. Parangal aims to serve as a bridge, inspiring and connecting Filipino Americans to their roots to give them a sense of pride and identity, while educating diverse communities to foster awareness and appreciation of Philippine culture.
Manuia Polynesian Revue OCTOBER 18

October features Manuia Polynesian Revue, a family-oriented Polynesian dance group that promotes having fun, performing for the love of dance and giving our members an opportunity to share authentic stories and techniques from the islands. Their repertoire primarily includes music and dances from Samoa, Hawaii, Tahiti, Tonga, New Zealand, and other South Pacific Islands

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