Wintersalt Music & Arts Festival in SF

November 12, 2012


World-Renowned Talent including Diplo, Travis Barker, A-Trak, Zedd and Theophilus London set to perform in San Francisco during New Years Eve Weekend at the Wintersalt Music & Arts Festival and Streets of San Francisco New Years Eve Event at Fort Mason Festival Pavilion from 12/28 to 12/31.


Eye Heart SF is proud to announce a New Year’s Eve weekend like San Francisco has never seen before. In an effort to bring something new to San Francisco’s music and entertainment scene, the Eye Heart SF Team brings you Wintersalt Music & Arts Fest at the historic Fort Mason Festival Pavilion on 12/28 and 12/29. Wintersalt will be produced with the high quality that people have come to expect from Eye Heart SF events with an emphasis on creating a unique experience for both attendees and performers. As a follow up to the successful Summersalt Music Festival in 2010, the event will now go indoors into the massive Festival Pavilion and will feature two stages and 10+ acts per day. Additionally Wintersalt will highlight Art Exhibitions featuring both national and local artists.


To round out New Years Eve Weekend in San Francisco, Eye Heart SF will host it’s 4th Annual Award-Winning New Year’s Eve event, Streets of San Francisco NYE. The past three sold out events brought world-class production and talent including Steve Aoki in 2010, and Z-Trip in 2011. In an effort to support the community and space that will be housing the event, a portion of the proceeds from every ticket sold to Wintersalt and Streets of SF NYE will go to benefit the Fort Mason Revitalization Campaign.


The Eye Heart SF Team made up of Nate Mezmer, Matt Seliga, Michael Fitzgerald and Anthony Black have been producing large scale events for close to 10 years in San Francisco. In association with BLAP Productions and Popscene, the first announcement of talent and entertainment for Wintersalt and New Years Eve in San Francisco is highlighted by national and local acts with an eclectic mix of rock, indie, electronic, hip hop and more. The weekend boasts: