Today Culture Collide announced the launch of their two-day international music and arts festival is set to arrive in San Francisco’s Mission District on October 14th and 15th.

Representatives from more than 25 countries are slated to participate in music and comedy performances, industry panels, and happy hours. The inaugural SF version of the popular LA/NY festival will be headlined by Cloud Nothings, a lo-fi indie rock band from Cleveland Ohio, along with chillwave acts Beat Connection and GRMLN.

Multiple local venues The Chapel, Elbo Room, West of Pecos, and Mission Workshop will host dozens of bands from around the world.


Cloud Nothings (USA)

Beat Connection (USA)


Go Back to the Zoo (Netherlands)

Glen Check (Korea)

Glass Towers (Australia)

Alphabetics (Costa Rica)
KLP (Australia)
Love X Stereo (Korea)
Monokino (Netherlands)
Bad//Dreems (Australia)
Big Phony (Korea)
From the Airport (Korea)
Level & Tyson (Norway)
Rock n Roll Radio (Korea)

Get a $20 wristband (21+)

Go to the festival website at for more info.


Originally launched by music and lifestyle taste-maker, FILTER Magazine, Culture Collide elected to launch the event in North California following four successful annual gatherings in Los Angeles and expansion to New York City last year. The summit also brings together an eclectic mix of influential speakers from music, entertainment and lifestyle industries with delegates from around the world to discuss brand partnerships, record sales, touring and digital marketing strategies.