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The Ultimate Treasure Island Music Festival Playlist

The Ultimate Treasure Island Music Festival Playlist

Life is good in San Francisco with the Giants returning to the World Series and the 9th annual Treasure Island Music Festival starting this weekend. To help keep the good times rolling, we put together a list of our top 15 favorite electronic tracks by…

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Twelve Unforgettable Moments From Coachella 2014

Twelve Unforgettable Moments From Coachella 2014

The first weekend of Coachella closed on Sunday with a handful of surprise guest appearances, numerous memorable performances and a few flaws.

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Report: Eminem, Skrillex, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys to Headline Lollapalooza

Report: Eminem, Skrillex, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys to Headline Lollapalooza

Celebrating the 10th year of Lollapalooza in its current incarnation in Chicago, industry sources have confirmed to the Chicago Tribune that this year’s festival headliners include Eminem, Skrillex, Kings of Leon and Arctic Monkeys. Lollapaloza takes places August 1-3 at Grant Park in downtown Chicago….

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The Do Lab Celebrates 10 Years at Coachella with Epic 2014 Lineup

The Do Lab Celebrates 10 Years at Coachella with Epic 2014 Lineup

Lightning in a Bottle organizers, The Do Lab, announced a heavy-hitting electronic music lineup to celebrate a decade of parties at Coachella, headlined this year by Dirtybird’s Christian Martin and the avant-garde circus Lucent Dossier Experience. Unlike the Coachella’s main stages, artist lineups for the…

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Novela Brings ‘Brews on the Block’ to Annie Alley

Novela Brings ‘Brews on the Block’ to Annie Alley

Held in Annie Alley, which sits adjacent to Novela, the free event is open to the public and benefits the Yerba Buena Community Benefit District.

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Speakeasy Celebrates 16th Anniversary with Huge Block Party

Speakeasy Celebrates 16th Anniversary with Huge Block Party

Call it a Sweet 16 of sorts as San Francisco’s very own Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, which is celebrating a birthday on Saturday with an afternoon block party.

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SF Street Food Night Market Goes Global

SF Street Food Night Market Goes Global

A night filled with food, music and games from around the world – all part of the San Francisco Street Food Festival’s Night Market.

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Exploring the Connection Between Music and Food at San Francisco Restaurants

Exploring the Connection Between Music and Food at San Francisco Restaurants

San Francisco’s culinary scene is on par with any city across the country. And so is the music scene, with amazing concert venues across the city and and great performances almost every night of the week. So exactly how are these two entities connected?

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Chipotle Brings Together Food and Music at Cultivate Festival

Chipotle Brings Together Food and Music at Cultivate Festival

If Outside Lands has shown the Bay Area anything, it’s that the combination of food, drinks and music is almost always a great match.  Playing on that thinking, Chipotle is bringing those worlds together this weekend in San Francisco.

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Dew Tour Plans Return to San Francisco

Dew Tour Plans Return to San Francisco

The mounds of dirt and massive skate park will return to San Francisco’s Civic Center again this year with a return visit from the Dew Tour in October.

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America’s Cup Concert Organizers to Scale Back Series

America’s Cup Concert Organizers to Scale Back Series

When it was first announced that America’s Cup organizers were planning to build an outdoor concert venue on the waterfront between Piers 27/29, there was much rejoicing from Bay Area music fans. But not so fast!

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Off the Grid Returns to Fort Mason with a New Look

Off the Grid Returns to Fort Mason with a New Look

Off the Grid returns to Fort Mason Center on Friday. With more than 30 vendors in attendance, food is sure to be plentiful, but organizers have a few new tricks up their sleeve this year.

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