It makes sense that the closing night celebration takes place in the Mission on this important day! Participate in the incredible Dia de los Muertos parade beforehand, or head straight to this evening event at the intimate Laundry SF.
You'll hear highlights and takeaways from the Reimagine festival, toast to the present, and get a chance to experience the following magical performances by:
Sang Matiz - Sang Matiz has been performing a collection of original and cover songs for 7 years, fusing energetic World and Afro-Brazilian/Peruvian beats with contemporary rhythms such as Pop, Jazz, and Funk. They've perfected a unique combination of styles that is best described as catchy, syncopated melodies with flamenco-styled finger picking.
Brad Wolfe and the Moon - Brad Wolfe is the Founder and Executive Director of Reimagine. His band, Brad Wolfe and the Moon started back in 2006, when they released their first album to a sold out Great American Music Hall, with an opening performance by Sara Bareilles. They have shared the stage with Rusted Root, the Gin Blossoms, Howie Day, and members of Dave Matthews Band and Counting Crows.
Jocquese Whitfield (SirJoQ) - SirJoQ is a dancer/choreographer/MC born and raised in San Francisco. He is the first Vogue instructor of San Francisco and has been teaching his Vogue & Tone classes since 2010. SirJoQ will perform a tribute to Vogue icons who have passed and celebrate their vibrant lives!
Priyanka Wali - Named by Refinery29 as "50 Female Stand-Up Comedians You Need To Know", Priyanka Wali is a stand-up comic who performs routinely all throughout the United States and abroad, and she’s also as a board-certified practicing physician in Internal Medicine!
Dara Kosberg - Dara is a Co-Director of the Bay Area Reimagine End of Life Festival, and is also a stand-up comedian who has performed all around the Bay Area, including Cobb’s and the Punch Line.
There will be other programming throughout the evening by: