Showing posts with label santana row art. Show all posts
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Friday, November 10, 2023

Markers Market in the Park at Santana Row on Nov 11th

Tomorrow Santana Row is hosting a "Makers Market" featuring local entrepreneurs. Items for sale include jewelry, organic body products, candles, plants, home goods, apparel, glass, and even some CBD products. The best part is you can sip & stroll at the Makers Market. Grab your favorite cocktail to-go from Zazil, El Jardin, EMC Seafood (great Old Fashioned), Left Bank Brasserie, or Vintage Wine Bar and you can take it with you as you browse and shop between Olin Ave. and Olsen Dr.

The event is kid and fur baby friendly and runs from 11am-6pm tomorrow (Saturday, Nov 11th).

Thursday, August 1, 2019

"Endless Summer Fun at Santana Row"

San Jose shoppers’ paradise keeps summer alive this August with FREE community events, hot store opening set for September

SAN JOSE, Calif. – July 23, 2019 – Santana Row is keeping summer ablaze with a hot new store opening and free community events. Fitness studio Barry’s Bootcamp is getting ready to make its debut, but not before hosting a fun (and free!) pop-up event in Santana Row Park. This will come at the tail end of the scorching fun Santana Row’s calendar of events offers this August.

With locations across three different countries and a striking roster of celebrity clients, Barry’s Bootcamp has become the fitness junkie’s choice for getting in shape fast. On Thursday, September 12, from 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., the San Jose community is invited to come see what all the hype is about with a FREE pop-up fitness event! This 2-hour class will take place in Santana Row Park, where guests can meet the team and experience the Barry’s Bootcamp “lifestyle” for themselves.

For those market-goers who enjoy shopping locally, Santana Row has got you covered with an array of options for August. Indulge your artsy side at Makers Market in the Park on Saturday, August 3, from 11:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. Stroll through the park as you shop handcrafted goods such as jewelry, ceramics, candles and more! Similarly, the Santana Row Farmers Market will take place each Wednesday in August from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Watch as the streets turn into a colorful marketplace offering organic produce, cheeses, herbs and beyond.

Santana Row’s calendar of events is also packed with FREE family fun this August. On Tuesday, August 13, from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., the Mommy & Me End of Summer Party will offer DIY sunglass decorating, face painting, balloon art, story time and more. Soaring ahead, kiddos will become superheroes at the Kidrageous Super Fun Run on Sunday, August 18 from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Kids will get to run alongside real superheroes and unleash their powers at this annual event, benefitting Jacob’s Heart Children’s Cancer Services.

Finally, for the petrolheads out there, Santana Row’s Cars & Croissants series will take place on Sunday, August 25 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Santana Row partners with 100|OCT to present this bi-monthly gathering for exotic car owners and enthusiasts.

Head to The Row for endless summer fun this August and September with unique, free events and community celebrations. Let the good times roll!

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Springtime Events at Santana Row

This Spring, the Row will feature quite a few fund raisers and fun events--everything from a beauty and wine walk, an autism benefit concert, and the Summer Fashion Show. There are also regular events like the first Saturday Makers Market promoting local artisans, a free yoga series, and a mommy & me kid's club on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. Check out the full calendar of events below.

Beauty & Bubbles
Thursday, April 4; 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Step into Spring with Beauty and Bubbles benefiting the Junior League of San Jose. Meet and mingle with the winemakers while sampling wine and bubbles from local Santa Cruz winegrowers. Plus enjoy light bites, DIY flower crowns, beauty touchups, exclusive discounts and more inside Santana Row shops & restaurants!  Participating shops and restaurants include Crate & Barrel, Laser Away, LB Steak, Vintage Wine, Kendra Scott and more.

Tickets are $35 in advance, and $40 starting March 29th. Purchase tickets online here or inside the Santana Row Concierge.
Makers Market in the Park
Saturday, April 6; 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Visit this curated marketplace in Santana Row Park (across from Left Bank Brasserie) and shop local artists selling US handcrafted goods such as jewelry, handbags, ceramics, glassware, soaps candles and more! Enjoy the beautiful outdoor park and support local small business every 1st Saturday of the month.
  • 30+ local artists
  • DIY workshops
  • Live music
  • Complimentary Wine & Bites in the store 
  • Contests for store gift certificates!

For more information on how to be a vendor, please call (408) 320-1868.
Voices for Autism Benefit Concert
Saturday, April 6; 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Join us for a day of fun, food, and music in Park Valencia. The Youth Leadership Committee is hosting the 4th Annual Voices For Autism Benefit Concert to increase autism awareness and raise money for the programs at Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE). 

The concert will feature youth bands and other musical performances from students around the Bay Area! This is a free event and perfect for families with children of any age. There will be music, interactive autism awareness demonstrations, and select restaurants are participating in fundraisers to raise money for PACE.

All proceeds from this event benefit Pacific Autism Center for Education. PACE provides high quality behavioral therapy, education, and residential care for children and adults with autism. For more information, visit
Yoga on The Row
Every Saturday from May – September; 9 a.m.

Bring your yoga mat and enjoy a morning workout with lululemon during their FREE Yoga Series every Saturday in Santana Row Park. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m., and classes start at 9 a.m.
Mommy & Me Kid’s Club Kick-Off Event
Tuesday, May 14; 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

The second Tuesday of every month, May through December join us for a fun-filled day of arts and crafts, face painting, music, balloon art, entertainment and more. Join us for the kick-off event on Tuesday, May 14th.  Enjoy live music from Andy Z, flower planting, character appearances, DJ and more. 
Summer Fashion Show
Saturday, June 8; 2 p.m.

One of the best parts about summer is the fashion. Santana Row’s most popular event, Fashion in The Park, returns to showcase the coolest looks for a hot summer in the most summery of spots—Santana Row Park. This professional runway show will feature the hottest summer styles from Santana Row shops. Tickets are $50 and include seating at the runway show, access to the onsite lounge, champagne & wine, light hors d’oeuvres, a Passion for Fashion shopping card with exclusive incentives & post‐show soirees. Tickets go on sale April 1 at the Santana Row Concierge and online at

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Glass Pumpkin Festival at Santana Row

This weekend, Santana Row will host the 4th annual Glass Pumpkin Festival.  Thousands of hand-blown pumpkins will be on display at Santana Row Park (in between Left Bank and EMC Seafood). Artisans will be doing live demonstrations showing how the pumpkins are built. Each glass pumpkin is crafted by renowned glass artisans from both BAGI (Bay Area Glass Institute) and around the country.

The event takes place on Friday, Oct. 5th from 4-8pm. Saturday, Oct. 6th from 10am-8pm, and Sunday, Oct 7th from 10am-6pm.

Friday, April 7, 2017

First Friday @ SPACES by Santana Row

You now have two First Friday events to chooser from in San Jose! SPACES, a new coworking space in Santana Row, is hosting a monthly event with art, cocktails, and networking. Their first event happens today from 5pm-8pm. SPACES is located at 3031 Tische Way.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

01SJ: Santana Row Also Gets a Role

Downtown San Jose isn't the only part of San Jose benefiting from the ZER01 festival, Santana Row is getting in on the action as well. Below is the full breakdown on what to expect in the "other downtown."

Be part of the art at Santana Row

SAN JOSE, Calif. (August 25, 2010) – Dreams for the future projected four stories high, ballerinas with musical tutus and a lone piano waiting to be played are some of the unique, interactive art that will be on display at Santana Row during the 2010 01SJ Biennial (, a city-wide exhibition of visual and performing arts, public art and digital media.  As a proud sponsor of the Biennial, Santana Row will host three of the dynamic installations and performances.
Play Me I’m Yours
Tickle the ivories with this installation by internationally acclaimed artist Luke Jerram.  From August 28-September 19, Santana Row will host one of 20 pianos placed throughout Silicon Valley, each one free to be enjoyed by anyone who encounters it.  Whether they practice their scales, play a concerto, or just fiddle with the keys, visitors are encouraged to take photos or video of themselves interacting with the pianos and share with the world at
On Wednesday, September 8, Play Me I’m Yours will be part of Piano Explorations, a special performance by young pianists who will play piano selections ranging from classical to jazz.  Produced by the Steinway Society of the Bay Area and Sherman Clay Pianos of Santa Clara, members of the audience will be encouraged to duet with the young artists on Luke Jerram’s installation.  Piano Explorations takes place September 8 at 6 p.m. in Park Valencia.
offscript (pictured right)
From September 14-19, the glass façade of Santana Row’s newest building, 300 Santana Row, will become a massive canvas for this interactive video installation by artist Christopher Baker that asks the question: what happens when individuals reject a future scripted for them and move offscript
Participants are encouraged to submit responses to the question, “What is your dream for the future?” in 140 characters or less.  Answers can be submitted by email, text message or voicemail (408-634-4436), Twitter (#offscript) or Facebook (offscript).  Answers may also be sketched and submitted at  To see the story that unfolds as these responses are projected across the façade of 300 Santana Row, stop by September 14 -19 from approximately 7:30 p.m. – Midnight.
For full details on participating in offscript, visit
Audio Ballerinas
In this site-specific collaboration between Ballet San Jose and artist Benoît Maubrey, dancers from Ballet San Jose will wear solar-powered, plexiglass tutus that have been equipped with microphones and speakers that record and play back the sound patterns of their movements and their environment. Using photovoltaic sensors, sounds emitted from Audio Ballerinas change according to the intensity of light, enabling these world-class dancers to translate their movements directly into sound.  Santana Row will host two performances of Audio Ballerinas on Saturday, September 18. (Times and location to be announced; visit for the schedule.)
For more information on these interactive works of art, visit or
About ZER01’s 01SJ Biennial
San Jose-based ZER01 has served as a catalyst and platform for the world’s most innovative artists since 2000. The nonprofit focuses on inspiring creativity at the intersection of art, technology and digital culture.  As producer of the 01SJ Biennial, a multidisciplinary, multi-venue event of visual and performing arts, the moving image, public art and interactive digital media, ZER01 has showcased the work of 350 artists from more than 40 countries using such media as GPS-equipped pigeons, interactive platform shoe devices, mobile phone and surveillance technologies.
A celebrated success in the region, the two previous  01SJ Biennial in 2006 and 2008 attracted 65,000 visitors and generated $15 million in economic revenue for San Jose. Between biennials–the 2010 01SJ Biennial takes place Sept. 16-19, 2010–ZER01 nurtures Silicon Valley’s cultural landscape with events such as the SubZERO Festival, produced in partnership withSoFA, which drew 10,000 people to downtown San Jose.
About Santana Row
Santana Row is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood that blends a distinctive mix of living, shopping, dining and entertainment.  Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Santana Row features 563,000 square feet of retail, an international array of restaurants, a 213-room European-style boutique hotel and six-screen arts theatre, all surrounded by meticulously landscaped gardens, parks and plazas.  Above the retail pedestal are 514 residential units, featuring a fitness center and resort-style pool.  Santana Row is a property of Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE:FRT), headquartered in Rockville, Maryland. 

Friday, January 29, 2010

Lost San Jose Exhibit @ Santana Row

Feb 6th kicks off a photography exhibition of Lost San Jose in the Blues Jean Bar at the Row. If you happen to be there between 7-9pm, you can also grab some drinks and meet the photographer himself. He has some pretty amazing work, definitely worth checking out!