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Noise Pop Festival Announces New ’25 To 25′ Event Series to Celebrate Its 25th Edition

Noise Pop Festival Announces New ’25 To 25′ Event Series to Celebrate Its 25th Edition

As a lead-up to the quarter-century milestone, independent arts festival Noise Pop has announced their plans to launch a new event series called “25 To 25,” featuring 25 curated music, film, and art events. These events will be spread out over the next several months,…

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Q&A with Mikey Lion of Desert Hearts: From the Desert to the Jungle, to SF this Friday

Q&A with Mikey Lion of Desert Hearts: From the Desert to the Jungle, to SF this Friday

Throughout the last few weeks, so much hate and fear has swept our news channels and our social feeds, weighing on hearts across the country and the globe. Amidst the ugliness, however, it’s imperative to remember there is love out there, just as there is in each…

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Skrillex to Headline First SuperCity Summer Festival at Oakland Coliseum

Skrillex to Headline First SuperCity Summer Festival at Oakland Coliseum

Following the success of the inaugural SuperCity 50 back in February, Northern California’s only summer outdoor stadium festival will return to Oakland Coliseum on August 19 to kick off its first annual SuperCity Summer Fest series. Headlining the event is Skrillex, along with performances by…

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Q&A: Mark Farina on SF Nightlife & His Latest Compilation Album

Q&A: Mark Farina on SF Nightlife & His Latest Compilation Album

San Francisco resident, house music icon, and mushroom jazz creator Mark Farina is set to release his latest compilation album, Mushroom Jazz 8, on July 22. The global traveler currently has a monthly residency at Monarch and is known for his extended sets, mixing jazz,…

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This Week’s Top Club Picks: An Audio Visual Sampling

This Week’s Top Club Picks: An Audio Visual Sampling

Happy belated Independence, America! The extended, hickory-smoked weekend left belly’s full, pantries empty, and brought one of the greatest gifts of all—a four-day work week. So as we subsist on leftover barbecue through the short week, here’s what San Francisco has to look forward to. Thursday – Laser Native’s 2 Year feat….

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12-Day Flower Piano Extravaganza Arrives at SF Botanical Garden

12-Day Flower Piano Extravaganza Arrives at SF Botanical Garden

Back by popular and overwhelming demand, a 12-day Flower Piano extravaganza returns to San Francisco Botanical Garden from July 7-18. Enjoy the summer sunshine by visiting this public piano project that transforms the garden into an outdoor concert hall with twelve pianos tucked into its…

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Dirtybird BBQ Multi-City Tour Lineup Announced

Dirtybird BBQ Multi-City Tour Lineup Announced

An all-star lineup of mix masters from the San Francisco-based Dirtybird Records has been announced for the third annual BBQ Tour, happening August 13 on Treasure Island. Catch label head Claude VonStroke and co-captain of grooves Justin Martin, as well as J.Phlip, Christian Martin, Worthy,…

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Free Event: Newly Expanded 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced

Free Event: Newly Expanded 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced

Australian indie-electronic band Miami Horror and four-piece alternative Latino group Chicano Batman have been announced as headliners for this year’s 20th Street Block Party. Hosted by independent music promoter Noise Pop, the free Mission district music and food festival will take place from noon to…

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Cruisin’ in the SF Bay: 4th of July Weekend Boat Cruise Picks

Cruisin’ in the SF Bay: 4th of July Weekend Boat Cruise Picks

Living in the Bay Area has one very obvious perk (hint: it’s mentioned right in its name)—it’s our easy access to the BAY! So grab your bae, best pals, family, whoever…and get out to the water this Fourth of July weekend! If you’re ok celebrating…

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SF’s Oldest Indie Vinyl Shop Aquarius Records to Close, New Successor Named

SF’s Oldest Indie Vinyl Shop Aquarius Records to Close, New Successor Named

Owners of Aquarius Records on Valencia Street announced that the store will close July 4 and reopen July 29 under a different name. Owners Andee Connors and Allan Horrocks made the decision to sell the store after realizing Aquarius needed revitalization that the owners were…

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Treasure Island Music Festival Reveals 10th Anniversary Lineup: Sigur Rós, Ice Cube, Purity Ring…

Treasure Island Music Festival Reveals 10th Anniversary Lineup: Sigur Rós, Ice Cube, Purity Ring…

The organizers behind Treasure Island Music festival announced the complete lineup for the 10th anniversary event, headlined by Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Rós and Compton-based rapper Ice Cube. Taking place October 15-16, other noteworthy performers include the return of James Blake (who played the festival…

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Free Event: 32nd Annual Fillmore Jazz Festival Returns Independence Day Weekend

Free Event: 32nd Annual Fillmore Jazz Festival Returns Independence Day Weekend

Take advantage of the long holiday weekend by attending the largest free jazz festival on the west coast. The 32nd annual Fillmore Jazz Festival runs July 2-3 from 10am–6pm each day, attracting more than 100,000 visitors. Spend Independence Day weekend enjoying the sights and sounds…

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