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Sonoma Raceway Could Host a 4-Day Music Festival

Sonoma Raceway Could Host a 4-Day Music Festival

The 2.52-mile Sonoma Raceway road course and drag strip could soon be the future home to the newest music festival in the Bay Area after owners submitted a bid to host a four-day event that could rival Outside Lands and Napa’s BottleRock. According to SFGate,…

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Oakland’s Bacon and Beer Festival Returns in March

Oakland’s Bacon and Beer Festival Returns in March

Bacon and beer lovers can gather on Sunday, March 15 to sample creative dishes and fine brew at the Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival, presented as a fundraiser for not-for-profit community organization Oakland Grown. The festival, back for it’s second year in Oakland after debuting…

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Black Star, Gold Panda, Rufus Du Sol Headline Northern Nights Lineup

Black Star, Gold Panda, Rufus Du Sol Headline Northern Nights Lineup

The initial lineup for the Northern Nights Music festival has been announced with UK electronic producer Gold Panda and Australian indie dance trio Rufus Du Sol among the highlights. May 27 update: Organizers have revelead the complete lineup (below), including the addition of legendary hip-hop…

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Interview: Craft Spells Kick Off ‘Nausea’ Tour at Noise Pop 2015

Interview: Craft Spells Kick Off ‘Nausea’ Tour at Noise Pop 2015

Fronted by Justin Vallesteros, indie pop band Craft Spells is launching its latest tour in San Francisco at Noise Pop Festival at Great American Music Hall on Feb. 25. Vallesteros, who lived in a San Francisco in 2010 before moving back to his hometown in…

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Flume, Sbtrkt and Tycho to Headline Lighting in a Bottle Festival

Flume, Sbtrkt and Tycho to Headline Lighting in a Bottle Festival

More than 100 artists have been announced for this year’s 10-year anniversary lineup for Lighting in a Bottle, including international favorites Flume and Sbtrkt. Other artists playing at the 5-day festival over Memorial Day Weekend (May 21 – 25) on California’s central coast include San…

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Robert Plant, Kendrick Lamar and Modest Mouse to Headline Sasquatch Festival

Robert Plant, Kendrick Lamar and Modest Mouse to Headline Sasquatch Festival

Led Zeppelin veteran Robert Plant, rapper Kendrick Lamar and indie-rock group Modest Mouse will headline Sasquatch Music Festival this year. The four-day festival takes place Memorial Day Weekend (May 22-25) at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Washington. Additional artist highlights include London producer Sbtrkt, Australian…

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After a Brief Break, Afrolicious to Resume Thursday Parties at Elbo Room

After a Brief Break, Afrolicious to Resume Thursday Parties at Elbo Room

Well, that was quick. Following a brief hiatus, San Francisco dance fusion collective Afrolicious has announced the return of its weekly residency every Thursday at the Mission’s Elbo Room starting February 5. In June of last year, Afrolicious organizers ended their seven-year run of Thursday…

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Interview: Anna Lunoe Brings Ship2Ship Tour to SF with Destructo

Interview: Anna Lunoe Brings Ship2Ship Tour to SF with Destructo

Australian DJ and producer Anna Lunoe returns to San Francisco February 5 to play Audio SF as part of the “Ship2Ship” tour with headliner Destructo and funky U.K. house artist T. Williams. The Australian export now based in LA has been on a roll recently…

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Burning Man 2015 Ticket Lottery Starts Today

Burning Man 2015 Ticket Lottery Starts Today

The multi-wave ticket lottery for Burning Man 2015 started today at noon for those that pre-registered, but there are additional opportunities to purchase tickets for this year’s burn.

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Billy Joel to Return to San Francisco for AT&T Park Concert

Billy Joel to Return to San Francisco for AT&T Park Concert

Billy Joel announced his first headline performance in San Francisco in more than 40 years, at AT&T Park on September 5, will be his only concert in California this year. Joel, a six-time Grammy Award winner and the sixth best selling artist in the United States…

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Grateful Dead to Reunite in Chicago for 50th Anniversary

Grateful Dead to Reunite in Chicago for 50th Anniversary

Surviving members of Bay Area psychedelic rock band the Grateful Dead will reunite to celebrate the band’s 50th reunion with three shows in Chicago.

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de Young Museum Offers Extended Hours for Last Days of Haring Exhibit

de Young Museum Offers Extended Hours for Last Days of Haring Exhibit

The de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park will be open late for five Fridays during the final days of its exhibition, Keith Haring: The Political Line.

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