For over a decade Bicycle Day SF has fostered community and connection in the San Francisco and greater Bay Area with their annual psychedelic art & music festival. Following a successful 2022 featuring their first ever conference surrounding all things psychedelia, Bicycle Day 2023 returns bigger and better than ever before with brand new two day programming. For the first time, Bicycle Day SF will host a two day conference titled Discovery Con 2023 along with their infamous music and art experience. Discovery Con will take place on Tuesday, April 18th and Wednesday April 19th at San Francisco’s Midway. The Bicycle Day music celebrations will take place on the evening of Wednesday, April 19th at 8pm. Tickets for Bicycle Day and Discovery Con are available for purchase on Tixr. Get them before they sell out!
The two day event will feature keynote panel discussions with leading experts in the field of psychedelia surrounding topics of culture, policy, and science. Talks, panels and appearances from luminaries in psychedelics today include Hamilton Morris, Leonard Pickard, Rhoney Stanley, Robin Carhart-Harris, Seth Ferranti, Vince Kadlubek, Gary Fisher, “Mountain Girl” and more. Director Seth Ferranti will be hosting a film preview of the second part of his documentary, “Psychedelic Revolution: The Secret History of the LSD Trade.”
In addition, Bicycle Day SF will host two nights of music and arts celebration featuring The Floozies, Dirtwire, The Human Experience, and more. And, to make things even more exciting, DiscoveryCon will have a very special live entertainment lined up from 5-7:30pm with Scott Guberman & Friends. Along with their much anticipated happy hour art walk which will feature a happy hour art gallery walk featuring Jennifer Ingram of Tribe 13 artist collective and well known psychedelic artists like Alex Grey, MARS-1, Oliver Vernon, Robert Venosa, and the Furtherr Collective.
About Bicycle Day SF:
At Bicycle Day SF, we seek to amplify that signal and broadcast that vibration, honoring the Good Doctor and all of those who followed in his footsteps, as well as push the envelope with new technologies that seek to entertain, inspire and evoke conscious evolution. Psychedelic Culture has been called the family of light, and those that get it, understand. The idea of union and a collective good is a core principle in the psychedelic experience. A feeling of connection, good vibes, and deeper understanding is part of the trip. We embrace that and once again we celebrate the Good Doctor, Albert Hofmann and the bicycle ride that changed the world.