Below you will find some day of event logistical information for the Women’s March San Francisco #HearOurVote rally on January 20, 2018! Visit this page often to stay informed as more details will be added closer to the day of the event.
We are looking forward to seeing you all on January 20, 2018 @ 11:30 AM at Civic Center Plaza
- Rally starts at 12 PM at San Francisco Civic Center Plaza
- March line-up at 2 PM from Civic Center, down Market Street to Embarcadero, less than 2 miles (approximately 1.7 miles)
Speakers & Programming
List of Speakers at the "Hear our Vote" Rally in San Francisco
If you are interested in volunteering, please signup via the SF Volunteer Form
If you are volunteering, there is a mandatory training session. Please go to the Events page to see all upcoming volunteer sessions
Live Stream of Rally
Women's Groups on Present
Looking for a group to make signs & march with? Join the Women's March SF circle on Present.
Public Transportation Options
Tideline Ferry Shuttle for event
An ASL space will be available in front of the stage on Polk Street. All senior/disabled services are provided free of charge. The trolleys will drive down Market Street to the end of the march area only. The Trolley is only available to senior/disabled individuals who cannot walk the length of the march. No motorized vehicles will be allowed on the trolley. For detailed information about the Trolley process, and to Register for a seat, please visit Eventbrite. Please print your Eventbrite ticket and bring it with you.
WHAT DO I BRING?
Water, snacks, sunscreen, and if it is raining, please consider bringing a poncho instead of an umbrella. Dress comfortable and in layers, check the weather!
Bring posters and signs preferably with no wooden or metal posts. Cardboard tubes from wrapping paper make safe and good handles if need be. Whiteboards are also a great environmental and customizable option.
WHO IS INVITED?
Everyone who believes in a positive and just future. Who stand together for human rights, civil liberties and social justice for all.
IS THE RALLY AND MARCH KID FRIENDLY?
Yes. We encourage everyone who shares the same values to attend.
IS THE RALLY AND MARCH ACCESSIBLE TO PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES?
Yes. We are making every effort to ensure accessibility. We will have an ASL interpreter near the front of the stage, and motorized trolleys available free of charge.
CAN I RIDE MY BICYCLE TO THE RALLY?
While we encourage the use of bicycles to get to Civic Center, we ask that you please do not bring your bicycle into the Rally area or on the March route itself, for crowd safety reasons. Bicycle parking will not be provided.