Noise Pop is a yearly music festival held in San Francisco since 1993. Some of the biggest musical and dance acts in recent history have had their big break here. Acts like The White Stripes, Modest Mouse, Death Cab for Cutie, The Flaming Lips, The Shins, Fleet Foxes, Bright Eyes, Outkast, Beck, Atoms for Peace, LCD Soundsystem, Deadmau5, Public Enemy, and The National. This huge event is held in the middle of San Francisco Bay on Treasure Island, hosting around 18,000 visitors every day. But the people behind Noise Pop don’t only have interest in putting on an annual festival.
They are highly involved in the inner workings of the music industry as a whole. They help organizations make musical selections and produce music and culinary parties. They also help host various organizations, venues, and institutions throughout the year. Its centerpiece, the famed Noise Pop Festival, is held every February and March. This festival is characterized by several days covered with live performances and music workshops. But while the festival was originally conceived and founded for and remains primarily centered on rock music, arts, it has become so wildly popular over the years that many other art forms are represented and have their own festivities.
Many top artists from many varying art genres come from all over the world just to be at this festival. Many more passionate fans of all of these genres also come from all the world to be here. There are also many people who want to do well in these art genres, so they come here for the networking and the education. Tourists will discover that this is one of the many events that makes San Francisco one of the best vacation cities in the world.