There were more sideshows Saturday night and into Sunday morning, and a caravan of dozens of cars apparently moved from Oakland to San Francisco, putting on a sideshow on the Embarcadero and another in the Mission District.

It appears the first sideshow took place around 1 am Sunday at Grand Avenue and Lake Park Avenue in Oakland, outside the Grand Lake Theater, as NBC Bay Area reports. In that incident, two cars doing donuts reportedly crashed into each other, but the show continued around them.

The X account FriscoLive415 picked up talk on the SFPD scanner at 1:45 am Sunday that "a contingent of approx 100 sideshow vehicles [was] headed into San Francisco" via the Bay Bridge.

That caravan made its way to Embarcadero and Washington Street, near Pier 1, where a large sideshow took shape.

That sideshow was reported at 2:10 am, as the Chronicle reports, and not long after it began, one vehicle caught fire and became engulfed in flames.

That, along with abundant fireworks and stunt driving, can be seen in the video below that was obtained by KPIX.

Police and Fire Department vehicles arrived on the scene and that sideshow disbanded, but it then appeared to take shape again at Valencia and Cesar Chavez streets in the Mission District around 3 am, per the Chronicle.

When police officers arrived at the scene of that sideshow, per NBC, individuals were seen vandalizing a building, but no suspects were detained.

No arrests were made in either sideshow event, but the SFPD is still seeking anonymous tips about the illegal activity. Anyone with information is asked to contact the department's tip line at 415-575-4444 or text a tip to TIP411 and begin the message with SFPD.

Sunday's sideshow activity follows another SF sideshow that happened the previous weekend in the middle of Van Ness Avenue. During an earlier spate of warm weather in March, sideshows occurred in SoMa and in the Castro, and another night of roving sideshows on the Peninsula and in SF in early April led to one that briefly shut down the eastbound Bay Bridge.