The Navy's Blue Angels will be performing from 1-4 p.m today on San Francisco's waterfront as the 35th Annual Fleet Week come to an end.
The U.S. Coast Guard, Navy, Marine Corps, the California's Air National Guard's 129th Air Rescue Wing as well as the Royal Canadian Navy are participating in the event.
Additionally, a variety of ship tours, food trucks, musical acts and static displays from all five branches of the Armed Services are set up at the Pier 80 village for Fleet Fest from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
During the festivities, the public can expect an increased presence of Coast Guard vessels in the Bay to ensure safety and security for mariners and the Parade of Ships, Coast Guard officials said.
Water traffic isrestricted throughout most of the central bay from the Golden Gate Bridge, south of Alcatraz, to just south of the Bay Bridge. A 500-yard protective zone will also be enforced around each naval vessel the entire time they are in the port.
Fleet Week first began in San Francisco in 1981 as a way to honor the contributions of the men and women who serve in the armed forces.
For more information and a schedule of events, sign on to www.fleetweek.org/