San Francisco
Mostly cloudy
58°F
Sign in or Register

Free Outdoor Movie Nights: Oakland & SF

Free Outdoor Movie Nights: Oakland & SF

Get your popcorn ready. Starting in June, both San Francisco and Oakland will be hosting a series of free, outdoor movie screenings each month throughout the summer and early fall. SF’s premiere outdoor film series, Film Night in the Park, will be showing six films…

Continue reading →

Q&A: Electro-Pop Act Satin Jackets Set to Shimmer at Mezzanine After Releasing Debut Album

Q&A: Electro-Pop Act Satin Jackets Set to Shimmer at Mezzanine After Releasing Debut Album

German music producer Tim Bernhardt, alongside his friend and lead performer, Den Ishu, continue to gain momentum under the name Satin Jackets. Armed with silky funk and smooth disco, the duo is expected to bring a dazzling live show to the Mezzanine on May 28, just following the…

Continue reading →

FKA Twigs, Gramatik, RL Grime, Santigold to Headline Stacked Symbiosis 2016 Lineup

FKA Twigs, Gramatik, RL Grime, Santigold to Headline Stacked Symbiosis 2016 Lineup

Multifaceted lakeside music and arts festival, Symbiosis Gathering, announced the complete music lineup for its 2016 ‘Family Tree’ event. Headliners include trip-hop artist FKA Twigs, downtempo talent Gramatik, dub trap producer RL Grime, and dub vocalist Santigold. The event takes place September 22-25 along the…

Continue reading →

The Search for Lucas Museum’s Future Home Continues: Treasure Island on the Table

The Search for Lucas Museum’s Future Home Continues: Treasure Island on the Table

Filmmaker and entrepreneur George Lucas is currently in discussions with San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee about building his Lucas Museum Of Narrative Art on the west side of Treasure Island. Lucas has been attempting to build the museum for many years. His original site was…

Continue reading →

End of an Era: ‘Terminus’ Party Celebrating the Artist Community of Treasure Island’s Building 180

End of an Era: ‘Terminus’ Party Celebrating the Artist Community of Treasure Island’s Building 180

The one-of-a-kind organic artist community situated inside Building 180 on the 393-acre man-made Treasure Island will be forced to close this month. To commemorate their historical creative run, the crew of designers behind the Burning Man Disco Space Shuttle art car are hosting one final…

Continue reading →

Q&A: Jai Wolf Brings Spring Tour ‘Somewhere in A Forest’ to SF

Q&A: Jai Wolf Brings Spring Tour ‘Somewhere in A Forest’ to SF

New York producer Sajeeb Saha, aka Jai Wolf, embarks on his first headline tour this spring. To celebrate, he invited some of his friends and fellow electronic music creators Manila Killa, Hotel Garuda, and Electric Mantis to perform with him at his two San Francisco…

Continue reading →

Mad Decent Block Party Returns, First Round of Lineup Announced

Mad Decent Block Party Returns, First Round of Lineup Announced

Electronic music mega star Diplo and his Mad Decent crew have been throwing block parties nationwide for many years, including the past two in Berkeley. On September 10, their Mad Decent Block Party returns to its third iteration in Northern California. Although the music lineups…

Continue reading →

Lineup Announcement: Chairlift & Alvvays to Headline 6th Annual Phono del Sol Festival

Lineup Announcement: Chairlift & Alvvays to Headline 6th Annual Phono del Sol Festival

One of the most intimate outdoor music festivals in San Francisco, the Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival, has announced the artist and vendor lineup for its sixth edition, which takes place July 9 at Potrero Del Sol Park. Electro-pop band Chairlift and Toronto…

Continue reading →

Emissions Phase 2 Announcement: Festival to Showcase West Coast Bass Culture

Emissions Phase 2 Announcement: Festival to Showcase West Coast Bass Culture

The 8th annual Emissions music festival is headlined by Oakland-born hip-hop MC The Grouch, trap duo Stooki Sound, and glitch-hop act Minnesota. The festival will be taking place May 13-16 in Belden Town, which is about a three and a half hour drive north of…

Continue reading →

HARD Summer Transforms Into 2-Day Camping Festival, Headlined by Ice Cube & Major Lazer

HARD Summer Transforms Into 2-Day Camping Festival, Headlined by Ice Cube & Major Lazer

The organizers behind HARD Summer announced a number of changes to their premier annual EDM festival, including a new location at the Auto Club Speedway in Southern California and options for camping for the first time. The 2016 edition of the electronic-heavy festival happens July…

Continue reading →

Live Review: Jazz Fest Weekend One Shines Bright

Live Review: Jazz Fest Weekend One Shines Bright

The first weekend of the 47th annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival concluded with all smiles, as the weather conditions kept perfect and the diverse artistry impressed on all stages. Three straight days of sunny conditions on the Fair Grounds Race Course, made the…

Continue reading →

Legendary Pop Icon Prince Dead at 57

Legendary Pop Icon Prince Dead at 57

Illustrious musician Prince was found dead today at his home in Chanhassen, Minnesota after police were called for a medical emergency. His publicist, Yvette Noel-Schuer, released the following statement on the death of the amazing singer: “It is with profound sadness that I am confirming…

Continue reading →

Page 2 of 35 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →