Look, it's not like celebrity sightings in San Francisco are unusual. But rarely are there so many (and so many kinds) in town at the same time. Social media is full of selfies with everyone from Snoop Dogg to Grumpy Cat to every sports figure you can name. Indulge us (and forgive us) for a moment while we bring them together in one place. One of the most snapped celebs in town seems to be Snoop Dogg, who arrived to for a series of appearances and performances. He's seen above with ABC 7 News sportscaster (and former 49er) Mike Shumann.
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49er Torrey Smith isn't in Super Bowl 50, but he made a play in Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl (the San Francisco version features adoptable canines and is located by the Ferry Building in Super Bowl City).
In a meta moment, Charles Woodson (formerly of the Oakland Raiders) visits his own memorabilia at the NFL Experience.
KRON-TV tweeted this photo of the Super Bowl-winning, former Chicago Bears Coach Mike Ditka partying in SF.
Former Super Bowl winner and Green Bay Packer Brett Favre made a stop in Super Bowl City.
Another member of the ABC 7 news team, writer/photographer Juan Carlos, encounters the singer who famously left his heart in SF (Tony Bennett, of course).
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Vince Vaughn was in town for an ESPN appearance. Later he was spotted at an In-N-Out Burger and at parties around town.
Jeff Goldblum and Liam Hemsworth are taking advantage of the hype and the cameras to promote their upcoming movie "Independence Day: Resurgence."
Here at Curbed SF, we are equal opportunity celebrity spotters. The Budweiser Clydesdales were seen trotting through San Francisco.
Grumpy Cat is in town and sporting a corporate logo. The cat was asked to pick a winner (don't ask) and apparently chose the Panthers for the win.
But many of the glitterati coming into town are people we might not recognize by sight. SFGate reports that record numbers of private and corporate jets are landing at airports around the Bay Area. They say that 1,200 luxury jets are anticipated to touch down at private airports in SF, Oakland, Concord, and San Jose.