4 Great Things Not to Be Missed

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CIRQUE DU SOLEIL PRE­SENTS LUIZA > THROUGH JAN. 29

The lat­est big top pro­duc­tion is set in a dreamy world in­spired by Mexico. In one act, rain be­gins to fall as two per­form­ers dance on large hoops and a trapeze artist hangs by only one heel. The di­verse cast per­forms other high­lights in­clud­ing clown scuba div­ing and a Rus­sian swing act. Tick­ets start at $49. AT&T Park, 74 Mis­sion Rock St., cirque­du­soleil.com

FOG DE­SIGN+ART FAIR > JAN. 12-15

The fourth an­nual cel­e­bra­tion of de­sign and vis­ual arts brings to­gether 45 lead­ing gal­leries and art deal­ers from around the world for a week­end of pro­gram­ming, in­clud­ing dy­namic ex­hibits and dis­cus­sions with the coun­try’s top ar­chi­tects, artists and style mak- ers. Fort Ma­son Cen­ter Fes­ti­val Pavil­ion, 2 Ma­rina Blvd., 415.551.5190, fog­fair.com

3 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. FES­TI­VAL > JAN. 13-16

This an­nual, week­end-long cel­e­bra­tion of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fea­tures film screen­ings and arts and well­ness events at Yerba Buena Gar­dens and the com­mem­o­ra­tive march on Jan. 16. 415.857.0595, sfm­lk­day.org

4 17TH AN­NUAL ED­WAR­DIAN BALL > JAN. 20-21

In­spired by the work of the late cult au­thor and il­lus­tra­tor Ed­ward Gorey, this an­nual ball fea­tures live mu­sic, the­ater, fash­ion, cir­cus, fine art, lit­er­a­ture, ball­room danc­ing and more. En­joy lo­cally dis­tilled absinthe cock­tails or Satur­day af­ter­noon tea ser­vice be­fore ex­plor­ing at­trac­tions such as the ven­dor bazaar, por­trait booth and Mu­seum of Won­ders. Re­gency Ball­room, 1300 Van Ness St., ed­war­dian­ball.com

Ed­war­dian Ball

FOG De­sign+Art Fair cap­tion here

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