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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…

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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…

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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…

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The Armory Obtains Permit to Expand Music & Event Capabilities

The Armory Obtains Permit to Expand Music & Event Capabilities

Last week, San Francisco’s Entertainment Commission awarded the Armory a full entertainment permit. This decision approved the headquarters of pornography company Kink.com, frequently called the Porn Palace, to be transitioned from a porn studio into a full-time 4,000-person music and event venue. While some of…

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The List: Coachella 2016 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

The List: Coachella 2016 Artists Performing in the Bay Area

For those unable to get highly-coveted Coachella 2016 tickets, or would rather just see one or two of their favorite artists in a more intimate setting, then you’re in luck! We’ve compiled a list of Coachella artists who have show dates popping up in the…

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SFJAZZ Unveils Prodigious Lineup for 34th Festival & 2016 Summer Sessions

SFJAZZ Unveils Prodigious Lineup for 34th Festival & 2016 Summer Sessions

The San Francisco Jazz Festival will present 25 concerts over 12 days and Summer Sessions will present 55 shows over 38 days. Acts include McCoy Tyner Tribute with the legendary Chick Corea, a 12-year-old piano wunderkind Joey Alexander, and Bay Area jazz virtuoso Taylor Eigsti….

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Win Tickets: SF Symphony and NFL Films Present ‘A Concert of Champions’ for Super Bowl 50

Win Tickets: SF Symphony and NFL Films Present ‘A Concert of Champions’ for Super Bowl 50

In celebration of Super Bowl 50, the San Francisco Symphony has partnered with NFL Films to present “A Concert of Champions” on February 3rd and 4th. Guest hosted by NFL Hall-of-Fame running back and former Oakland Raider Marcus Allen, the events will feature selections from…

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Chris Isaak, Alicia Keys to Headline Free Concert Series in SF for Super Bowl 50

Chris Isaak, Alicia Keys to Headline Free Concert Series in SF for Super Bowl 50

As momentum builds for Super Bowl 50, the event’s host committee announced a series of upcoming free concerts happening in downtown San Francisco. Beginning Saturday, January 30, California-based rock musician Chris Isaak opens the series at 8pm, after the relighting of The Bay Lights and…

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Live Review: Esperanza Spalding Kicks Off Four-Day Residency at SFJAZZ

Live Review: Esperanza Spalding Kicks Off Four-Day Residency at SFJAZZ

Grammy award-winning jazz artist Esperanza Spalding formed one of the best trios in the genre last night, performing with pianist Geri Allen and three-time Grammy Award-winning drummer Terri Lyne Carrington. It was the first of Esperanza’s four consecutive shows at SFJAZZ for her current residency….

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Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Reveals Lineup Medleys for 15th Anniversary Festival

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Reveals Lineup Medleys for 15th Anniversary Festival

Per annual tradition, organizers of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass started to disclose the lineup for this year’s festival through a series of music medleys, headlined so far by legendary classic rock guitarist Boz Scaggs, country folk star Emmylou Harris and singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell. Other newsworthy acts…

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Outside Lands Announces 2015 Night Shows, Comedy Tent, Summer Pairings

Outside Lands Announces 2015 Night Shows, Comedy Tent, Summer Pairings

With Outside Lands less than one month away, festival organizers revealed additional activities beyond the scope of the three-day music event by announcing night shows, a full lineup for their comedy and improv tent, as well as a series of summer pairings events. Although this…

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Q&A: Free Daytime Concert at Pier 27 with The SF Symphony and The National’s Bryce Dessner

Q&A: Free Daytime Concert at Pier 27 with The SF Symphony and The National’s Bryce Dessner

The San Francisco Symphony will host a free outdoor concert on July 12 from noon – 2pm at Pier 27 with Bryce Dessner, guitarist and composer from indie rock band The National. July 8 UPDATE: We asked Bryce about how he began collaborating with the…

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