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New Ticket Details Announced: Burning Man 2016 + Da Vinci’s Workshop

New Ticket Details Announced: Burning Man 2016 + Da Vinci’s Workshop

Information about registration and ticket sales for America’s favorite multi-day counter-culture event, Burning Man, is now available at tickets.burningman.org. Thankfully ticket prices have stayed the same as last year, $390 per regular ticket and $190 for each of the 6,000 tickets sold through the Low…

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Noise Pop Reboots Podcast With New Host and Producer

Noise Pop Reboots Podcast With New Host and Producer

Championing independent music and culture, Noise Pop, launches its podcast reboot to showcase noteworthy and soon-to-be-buzzing new music. The Noise Pop Podcast has new a host, journalist Adrian Spinelli (from music magazine Paste, San Francisco Chronicle, and festival blog Fest300), and producer Ashleyanne Krigbaum (local…

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Just Announced: Lightning in a Bottle 2016 Lineup

Just Announced: Lightning in a Bottle 2016 Lineup

Live music event producers the Do LaB just made a gigantic announcement, revealing the complete lineup for their 2016 Lightning in a Bottle festival, headlined by down-tempo vocalist Chet Faker, dream pop artist Grimes, and future garage producer Jamie XX. The four-day music festival with…

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LINEUP ANNOUNCED: 47th Annual New Orleans Jazz Fest

LINEUP ANNOUNCED: 47th Annual New Orleans Jazz Fest

One of the longest-running multi-day music festivals in the U.S., the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (also known as Jazz Fest) announced the 2016 music lineup, headlined by multi-instrumentalist Stevie Wonder, rock bands Pearl Jam and Red Hot Chili Peppers, plus singer-songwriter Neil Young…

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Q&A with Elbo Room Co-Owner: Thumbs Up to Two Year Lease Extension

Q&A with Elbo Room Co-Owner: Thumbs Up to Two Year Lease Extension

The Mission District’s beloved and historical night club, Elbo Room, will be sticking around for another two years after signing a lease extension in August of 2015. The club has been operating since 1991, priding themselves as a viable outlet for World, Afro-beat and Latin inspired…

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Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stevie Wonder, Florence + the Machine Top BottleRock 2016 Lineup

Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stevie Wonder, Florence + the Machine Top BottleRock 2016 Lineup

Following hot on the heels of Coachella, which announced its lineup last night, Napa BottleRock dropped its 2016 festival lineup with rock n’ roll legends Red Hot Chili Peppers, soul superstar Stevie Wonder, and UK art pop band Florence + the Machine. The three-day Northern…

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Coachella 2016 Headlined by LCD Soundsystem, Guns N Roses, Calvin Harris

Coachella 2016 Headlined by LCD Soundsystem, Guns N Roses, Calvin Harris

The biggest American music festival announced the complete lineup for its annual desert pilgrimage. Coachella organizers revealed the 2016 headliners, which include two reunions in alternative electronic project LCD Soundsystem and hard rock band Guns N Roses, as well as electronic dance titan Calvin Harris….

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Skrillex, Diplo, The Chemical Brothers Nominated for 2016 Grammy Awards

Skrillex, Diplo, The Chemical Brothers Nominated for 2016 Grammy Awards

Although the 2016 Grammys won’t air until February 15, 2016 and a host has yet to be announced, today the complete list of nominations has been revealed. The Chemical Brothers and Jack Ü, the DJ duo and collaborative project consisting of Mad Decent founder Diplo…

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Lineup Announced for Noise Pop Festival 2016

Lineup Announced for Noise Pop Festival 2016

The Bay Area’s premiere indie music and arts festival, Noise Pop, announced the early music lineup for their 24th annual festival. Noteworthy talents from the first wave of artists include New York rockers Parquet Courts, rapper Vince Staples, and Oakland’s Astronauts, Etc. Noise Pop begins…

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Jodorowsky’s Dune Soundtrack Release with SF Composer Kurt Stenzel

Jodorowsky’s Dune Soundtrack Release with SF Composer Kurt Stenzel

The synth-driven, futuristic soundtrack to 2013 American-French documentary film Jodorowsky’s Dune is finally here. The story of Dune is a cosmic story of epic proportions, where creative vision challenges the limits of reality. Also seemingly on that edge, sits this other-worldly and  experimental soundtrack, composed by San Francisco resident composer Kurt…

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Three Things to Do for Day of the Dead

Three Things to Do for Day of the Dead

Día de los Muertos (or the Day of the Dead) has a history of inspiring San Franciscans to bust out their skeleton face paint and take advantage of tequila happy hour specials across the city. True to the spirit of this traditionally Mexican holiday, which calls…

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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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