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Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets to Play Free Show in SoMA

Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets to Play Free Show in SoMA

With Hardly Strictly Bluegrass already bringing a full weekend of free music to San Francisco, the final stop of the JanSport Bonfire Sessions is hosting a free concert with Best Coast, Sonny & the Sunsets and Meatbodies in SoMA. The concert at SoMa StrEat Food…

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Weezer Announces Intimate Show at Slim’s

Weezer Announces Intimate Show at Slim’s

Weezer is back in a big way to finish out the year, with a new album and a tour, which will stop at SoMA venue Slim’s for an intimate show in November. SEPTEMBER 26 UPDATE: Weezer’s publicist confirmed that tickets for Slim’s show will go…

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Schedule Released for First SF Culture Collide Music & Arts Festival

Schedule Released for First SF Culture Collide Music & Arts Festival

More than 40 bands are scheduled to perform on October 14-15 at SF Culture Collide, an LA-based international music and arts festival expanding to San Francisco for the first time this year. Most of the action is happening in the Mission District with participating venues…

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Interview: Paolo Nutini Carries ‘Caustic Love’ to Oakland

Interview: Paolo Nutini Carries ‘Caustic Love’ to Oakland

Almost five years since his previous album, Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini is back with a soulful new release, Caustic Love. After an appearance at Outside Lands earlier this year, he returns to the Bay Area for a show at Oakland’s Fox Theater on Friday, September…

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Easy Star All-Stars Celebrates 10 Years of ‘Dub Side of the Moon’ at Slim’s

Easy Star All-Stars Celebrates 10 Years of ‘Dub Side of the Moon’ at Slim’s

New York-based reggae collective Easy Star All-Stars celebrates the 10-year anniversary of its irie cult classic Dub Side of the Moon, a reggae-style Pink Floyd tribute, with a show this weekend at Slim’s. Despite producing several original releases, the group is most famous for the…

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DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist Add Second Bay Area Show for Renegades of Rhythm Tour

DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist Add Second Bay Area Show for Renegades of Rhythm Tour

Due to popular demand, Northern California producer DJ Shadow and Jurassic 5 turntablist Cut Chemist have announced they will return to the Bay Area for the final performance of their Renegades of Rhythm tour. The co-headlining, vinyl-only performance, will stop in Oakland at Fox Theater…

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Q&A: Porter Robinson Loves SF, His Dogs and Japan

Q&A: Porter Robinson Loves SF, His Dogs and Japan

22-year-old electronic producer Porter Robinson arrives at Bill Graham Civic Center tonight in support of his debut album, Worlds, where attendees can expect more of an artist concert filled with own singing and less of a DJ party. We spoke with Robinson to find out…

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Q&A: Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli is Ready to Party at Summersalt in SF

Q&A: Big Gigantic’s Dominic Lalli is Ready to Party at Summersalt in SF

With jazzy saxophone riffs overlaying thunderous drums with electronic beats, Big Gigantic is a truly unique live experience. The two-man instrumental crew from Boulder returns to San Francisco on Saturday for a headline appearance at Summersalt festival, located this year for the first time at…

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Burning Man Reopens After Rain Delay, Watch the Live Stream Video

Burning Man Reopens After Rain Delay, Watch the Live Stream Video

All roads leading to Burning Man reopened at 6am on Tuesday and the official live stream video from Black Rock City shows free-spirited Burners moving and biking around the Playa. Organizers of the week-long arts and counterculture event closed the gates on Monday following about…

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Burning Man Closed Temporarily Due to Heavy Rain

Burning Man Closed Temporarily Due to Heavy Rain

After torrential rains and thunderstorms, Burning Man has been shut down by organizers until at least midday Tuesday and no one is allowed into the festival.

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Chromeo, Alesso to Headline Live 105’s Spookfest Halloween Massive

Chromeo, Alesso to Headline Live 105’s Spookfest Halloween Massive

One of the biggest Halloween dance parties in the Bay Area, the Spookfest Subsonic Halloween Massive, returns to Oracle Arena on Friday, October, 31 led by Swedish EDM act Alesso and 80s electro-funk duo Chromeo. Even though summer is not over yet, it’s never too…

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Rudimental’s Piers Agget Discusses New Album Before 1015 Folsom Gig

Rudimental’s Piers Agget Discusses New Album Before 1015 Folsom Gig

Rudimental, a four-man collective of producers and DJs from East London, arrive in San Francisco for a rare DJ set on August 26 at 1015 Folsom after opening for Ed Sheeran at SAP Center in San Jose on the same day. The groups operates as…

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