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House Act The Magician Heads to BOO! SF, New Tricks Up His Sleeve

House Act The Magician Heads to BOO! SF, New Tricks Up His Sleeve

Belgian future house DJ and producer Stephen Fasano, who performs under the alias The Magician, is one of more than a dozen electronic talents appearing at the first ever BOO! San Francisco. Presented by EDM promoter Insomniac, BOO! made a devilish debut in New York City…

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SFMOMA Announces Newly Expanded Museum to Reopen in 2016

SFMOMA Announces Newly Expanded Museum to Reopen in 2016

After three years of expansion, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art held a press conference this afternoon to announce that its new building will reopen May 14, 2016. Enhancements include seven new floors of exhibition space, with the fourth floor larger in size than…

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The Big One Replaces Sea of Dreams NYE, Headlined by The Flaming Lips, Ratatat, Tycho

The Big One Replaces Sea of Dreams NYE, Headlined by The Flaming Lips, Ratatat, Tycho

Surprise! For the first time in 15 years, Sea of Dreams NYE will not take place in San Francisco at Bill Graham Civic. Luckily, a fresh New Year’s celebration has been announced to fill the void, dubbed The Big One. Headliners for this year’s grand…

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The Charming & Historical Curran Theater Begins Extensive Renovation

The Charming & Historical Curran Theater Begins Extensive Renovation

Local theatrical presenter and Tony Award-winning producer Carole Shorenstein Hays is currently leading a massive remodel of Curran Theater in San Francisco. The 1,650-seat venue on Geary Street in Lower Nob Hill, named after its first owner Homer Curran who opened the theater in 1922,…

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Interview with Electro-R&B Duo Marian Hill Return to SF for Sold-Out Show

Interview with Electro-R&B Duo Marian Hill Return to SF for Sold-Out Show

Electronic songwriting duo Marian Hill continue their current Northern American Fall headline tour with an upcoming sold-out show at the Independent on October 21. Hailing from Philadelphia, producer Jeremy Lloyd and vocalists Samantha Gongol each contribute their own unique sonic elements to form Marian Hill’s cohesive,…

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SF Trolley Dances Admission-Free Muni Festival

SF Trolley Dances Admission-Free Muni Festival

For the 12th consecutive season, San Francisco Trolley Dances (SFTD) returns to San Francisco this weekend. This is an admission-free festival to take part throughout the city, with more than half a dozen site-specific performances scheduled along Muni’s T-Line from Mission Bay to Bayview, on…

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Tahoe’s SnowGlobe Festival Drops Monstrous Dance Lineup for NYE 2015

Tahoe’s SnowGlobe Festival Drops Monstrous Dance Lineup for NYE 2015

Electronic music titans Diplo and Skrillex bring their collaborative project Jack Ü to headline this year’s SnowGlobe Music Festival, along with moombahton master Dillon Francis and Australian electronica musician Chet Faker. This year will be the 5th iteration of the South Lake Tahoe festival, which…

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Dreamstate SF Confirms Acts, Dates, and Location; Tickets On Sale This Week

Dreamstate SF Confirms Acts, Dates, and Location; Tickets On Sale This Week

EDM event promoter Insomniac made a series of announcements last week regarding SF’s newest trance festival, Dreamstate, confirming 16 total trance acts, January 16-17 event dates, and Bill Graham Civic Center as the official venue. RELATED: New All Trance Music Festival Dreamstate Comes to SF…

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London’s Electronic Duo AlunaGeorge to Play Mezzanine

London’s Electronic Duo AlunaGeorge to Play Mezzanine

London’s synthpop, alternative R&B duo AlunaGeorge continues their North American tour with a live performance in SF at the Mezzanine on Wednesday, October 14. AlunaGeorge has received immense acclaim thanks to their upbeat tempos, vivid vocals, and eye-catching collaborations with the likes of, brotherly house…

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17th Annual Animation Show of Shows Expands to the Bay Area

17th Annual Animation Show of Shows Expands to the Bay Area

An awe-inspiring compilation of 11 award-winning short films tours the Bay Area this month as part of the 17th Annual Animation Show of Shows. This one-of-a-kind event opens in three theaters across Northern California. First stop was San Francisco’s Vogue Theatre last weekend, then on…

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Q&A with Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival Comedian Jeff Ross

Q&A with Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival Comedian Jeff Ross

Looking for oodles of laughs instead of pumpkin patches and spiced lattes? The world’s most epic comedy tour, The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival, returns to the Bay Area for the third consecutive year on Tuesday, October 13. The festival takes places at Mountain View’s…

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50 SF Muni Buses Receive Art Makeovers

50 SF Muni Buses Receive Art Makeovers

Fall is generally known as a time for change – the leaves, pumpkin coffee, sweaters…and did you see the new buses!? Across the city, 50 Muni buses have been transformed into moving art galleries. All the interior panels of these buses have had their advertising temporarily removed and…

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