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Bay Area Bold Hosts Community Summit & Free Festival

Bay Area Bold Hosts Community Summit & Free Festival

The San Francisco Foundation (TSFF) invites everyone to attend Bay Area Bold, a two-day event consisting of a community summit on Friday, September 25 and a free festival on Saturday, September 26 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and Yerba Buena Gardens. The event…

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Q&A: Mission District Rapper A-1 Headlines The Chapel

Q&A: Mission District Rapper A-1 Headlines The Chapel

Local San Franciscan, Adam Traore, is the brainchild behind Bay Area rap phenom A-1. He performs at The Chapel on September 25. A-1 grew up in San Francisco with first-generation immigrant parents, which in retrospect helped expand his musical exposure at a young age. After…

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Free Adult Swim Drive-In Tour to Dock at Treasure Island

Free Adult Swim Drive-In Tour to Dock at Treasure Island

Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim shows unreleased pilots and specials through their Drive-In Tour. This free with RSVP event  includes a classic outdoor movie experience, food trucks, a massive 40-foot inflatable screen, plus giveaways. This one-night event is part of a larger six-week, 15-city national tour. If…

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Q&A: Oakland’s Indie-Pop Solo Project Day Wave Returns to SF

Q&A: Oakland’s Indie-Pop Solo Project Day Wave Returns to SF

Day Wave, the dreamy, indie-pop solo project of Oakland resident, Jackson Phillips, returns to SF with two upcoming shows at the Independent on September 21 and October 16. Jackson released Day Wave’s first single last Fall and the first EP, Headcase, came out on July…

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Interview: Empire of the Sun Walk on a Dream to Bill Graham

Interview: Empire of the Sun Walk on a Dream to Bill Graham

Australian electronic rock project Empire of the Sun return to San Francisco on Saturday, September 19 to perform at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium with support from South African alternative dance act St. Lucia, and synthpop duo Holy Ghost. For the last six years, Empire of…

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Sound Summit Brings Together Music, Education and Funding to Mount Tam

Sound Summit Brings Together Music, Education and Funding to Mount Tam

The inaugural Sound Summit happening on Saturday, September 19 is a unique music festival taking place at the outdoor amphitheater located inside Mount Tam State Park, as a celebration and benefit for Mount Tam. (Aka Mount Tamalpais, for those that might not be in the…

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Q&A: Local Act Teeko Cruises Full Speed Ahead With Fresh Material

Q&A: Local Act Teeko Cruises Full Speed Ahead With Fresh Material

Teeko, San Francisco-based turntablist, composer and producer, returns to SF with his buddy, B. Bravo. The duo performs as Starship Connection. Teeko’s original style is a refreshing mashup of hip-hop, jazz and everything in between. He has received recognition and championship awards in worldwide DJ competitions including DMC,…

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Culture Collide Teams Up With Noise Pop for Global Music Festival

Culture Collide Teams Up With Noise Pop for Global Music Festival

Global music festival, Culture Collide, returns to San Francisco for its second consecutive year. Expect to see some new festival enhancements as the event partners with the independent music promoter, Noise Pop.  This two-day festival offers a unique music, arts, and industry experience which celebrates…

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Q&A: Matrixxman, San Francisco’s Techno Pacesetter, Marches to the Beat of His Own Drum

Q&A: Matrixxman, San Francisco’s Techno Pacesetter, Marches to the Beat of His Own Drum

Super producer, Charles Duff, better known as Matrixxman, has been pushing the boundaries of techno and ambient music for the past decade. By staying committed to his own style, non-conformist views, and a unique approach to creating music, he has quickly become a notable Bay Area…

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New All Trance Music Festival Dreamstate Comes to SF in 2016

New All Trance Music Festival Dreamstate Comes to SF in 2016

Electronic dance music promoters Insomniac (Electric Daisy Carnival, Beyond Wonderland, Nocturnal) plan to bring their newly created Dreamstate trance festival to San Francisco next year, with official dates and location still TBA. Billed as “Your Trance Destination,” Dreamstate will be taking place sometime in early…

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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Reveals Lineup Medleys for 15th Anniversary Festival

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Reveals Lineup Medleys for 15th Anniversary Festival

Per annual tradition, organizers of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass started to disclose the lineup for this year’s festival through a series of music medleys, headlined so far by legendary classic rock guitarist Boz Scaggs, country folk star Emmylou Harris and singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell. Other newsworthy acts…

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Top 7 Outdoor Workout Spaces in SF with Paired Tracks

Top 7 Outdoor Workout Spaces in SF with Paired Tracks

Thanks to more than 200 parks and dedicated open spaces, San Francisco offers tons of beautiful and rewarding places outdoors to exercise. Despite the city’s density, a plethora of challenging hills and coastal terrain with ocean-side vistas helps motivate all types of physical activity. SF…

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