Hey, San Francisco! We don't know if you've looked at the calendar lately -- you may have been too busy soaking up that 87-degree sunshine in Dolores Park.
But we just did a double take at our schedule and there's no doubt about it: this might be our best week in history.
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Allow us to count the ways. One of the biggest music festivals in Golden Gate Park; MLB playoffs and our team is in the postseason; Fleet Week; the city's biggest literary event; all-you-can-drink whiskey; America's Cup; a street fair; a parade--need we even go on?
"San Francisco was just named 'America's Best City' because of events like these," said Mayor Ed Lee in a statement. "Not only do they showcase the City to the world, but they bring jobs and a significant economic impact to our local economy."
Worried about getting around with the influx of tourists and activity? Check out SFMTA's map below to help you navigate the chaos:
We can hardly keep track of the events ourselves, so what better way to get organized than with a handy slideshow? (We are The Huffington Post, after all.)
See what you're doing in the city this weekend:
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Friday-Sunday.
Our boys in orange begin the postseason battle this Saturday. Cain is pitching. We're camping at AT&T. Saturday and Sunday.
Music! Dancing! Drag queens! Barbecue and pie! It's the Castro Street Fair and it's all for a great cause. Sunday.
Check out live readings, parties, workshops and events at San Francisco's biggest literary festival. October 5-13.
America's Cup returns for the second leg of its San Francisco World Series. Tuesday-Sunday.
Seminars, food and 250 of the world's best whiskeys at the Marriott. God bless San Francisco. Friday.
The nation's oldest Italian heritage parade takes to the streets on Sunday. Mangia! Sunday.
Gird your ears and direct your eyes to the bay and the sky -- it's Fleet Week! Thursday-Sunday.