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Promoters Behind Public Works & Midway Present First Ever Pismo Beach Camping Festival

Promoters Behind Public Works & Midway Present First Ever Pismo Beach Camping Festival

A new three-day camping music festival at Oceano State Dunes, dubbed Pismocean, has been announced by the promoters behind SF venues Public Works and the Midway. The event, located just south of San Luis Obispo, takes place November 4-6 and will offer 150+ hours of…

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120 MIN Celebrates Six Years: Founder Talks Fake Blood Wrestling Plus 3 Upcoming Parties For Your Inner Goth Kid

120 MIN Celebrates Six Years: Founder Talks Fake Blood Wrestling Plus 3 Upcoming Parties For Your Inner Goth Kid

Even the newest transplants find out pretty quick, San Francisco loves to get weird. From the S&M showcase at the Folsom Street Fair, to How Weird!, to streaking through the Panhandle wasted at 10am for a light jog known as Bay To Breakers, San Franciscans and…

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‘Once In A Lifetime’ Marathon Dance Party To Transform The Old Mint

‘Once In A Lifetime’ Marathon Dance Party To Transform The Old Mint

This time last year, there was an exciting shake-up at The Old Mint. The city pulled the previous custodians for dragging their feet on renovations and sought out new stewardship for the San Francisco relic and nationally recognized landmark. Now, The Old Mint’s exciting new operators are some of the Bay…

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Kurt Russell ‘Deep Cuts’ Art Show Brings the Action to Public Works

Kurt Russell ‘Deep Cuts’ Art Show Brings the Action to Public Works

This Saturday, pop art fans will be brought together for “Deep Cuts,” a Kurt Russell themed art show at Public Works. The show is presented by Time Beards who curated a line-around-the-block Miyasaki themed art show back in March. After the Miyasaki show we were wondering—who…

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20 Bands and DJs Performing in The Bay during Outside Lands Festival

20 Bands and DJs Performing in The Bay during Outside Lands Festival

One major benefit to hosting a large music festival like Outside Lands is the multitude of live shows also happening locally. Each  year, many artists who travel here for the multi-day event will book additional shows while fans are also in town for the weekend….

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Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Thirty paces north of the Illinois-Marin St. crossing, I stood mesmerized by a slender-faced carnival barker with ghostly complexion. Deathly still in a red and black pinstripe suit, the pale figure stares down from beneath the brim of his topper—a hat twice the size of…

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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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Q&A with Martin Folb of Pantyraid: Video Albums, Costa Rica, The Do Lab & Beyonce

Q&A with Martin Folb of Pantyraid: Video Albums, Costa Rica, The Do Lab & Beyonce

Costa Rica is a breathtaking republic, which provides the setting for many rum-drunk memories and idyllic surf sets. For veteran electronic production duo, Pantyraid, Costa Rica paints the scene for their epic origin story. Pantyraid is comprised of Josh Mayer, or Ooah of The Glitch…

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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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Event Pick: Lights Down Low SF Celebrates 10 Years of Raving with Jamie Jones, Skream, 2 Many DJs

Event Pick: Lights Down Low SF Celebrates 10 Years of Raving with Jamie Jones, Skream, 2 Many DJs

San Francisco promoter Lights Down Low has big plans for its 10 year anniversary, hosting two parties one month apart. The first will be with tech house DJ Jamie Jones and dubstep producer Skream on March 4 at Mezzanine, and the round two event happens…

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‘Moonage Daydream’ Art Show Tribute to the Legendary David Bowie

‘Moonage Daydream’ Art Show Tribute to the Legendary David Bowie

On Friday March 4, Public Works’ Roll Up Gallery is hosting the art opening for Moonage Daydream, an art show tribute to the iconic musician and legendary performer, that is David Bowie. The show will feature artwork from over twenty Bay Area artists in a variety of styles…

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San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

San Francisco’s Best Parties This Weekend

Pride is upon us!  Time to celebrate all things queer dancing at San Francisco’s best parties. This is the last “best parties” for a while. We hope these have guided you to some of your wildest nights. Visit the SF Station events calendar for more event listings….

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