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Sure, its streets are clogged with tourists nearly everyday this time of year, and the sit-lie law battle continues ever since Newsom stoked the debate after moving to the neighborhood, but Upper Haight still has plenty to offer. See it in all its beauty at the annual Haight-Ashbury Street Fair this weekend and let your freak flag fly. You can find more good vibes at the Harmony Festival in Sonoma, or just over the Bay Bridge at the Sunset Music and Arts Picnic at Treasure Island. Dig in at the Soy and Tofu Festival in Japantown and see your neighborhood in a whole new light as the annual Naked Bike Ride rolls through SF. Enhance your weekend with Sunday Streets, Bayview Edition and finish at Café Cocomo for the 2nd Sunday Season Opener.

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BFD 2011
at Shoreline Amphitheatre

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Gayngs
at The Independent
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Songwriters Unplugged
at Yoshi's SF

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Little Otsu
at Rare Device
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at Elbo Room

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at Fourth Street Studios
Tuesday, Jun 7, 2011
at The Independent (8pm)

Kelly Malone, a founder and creative genius behind Workshop, as well as the founder of The Indie Mart, has been a staple of the DIY scene in San Francisco for the last five years. Two years ago, recognizing the city's desire to cultivate creativity and make things again...
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
at Icon Ultra Lounge (8pm)

Put on your wigs and pull out your wallets and join us in raising money and raising hope for the one and only, Kim Kong! The Housepitality Family, along with dirtybird and Liaison, are joining forces with our super friend, Kim Kong...
at Bottom of the Hill (9:30pm)

Matmos is M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel, aided and abetted by many others. In their recordings and live performances over the last nine years, Matmos have used the sounds of: amplified crayfish nerve tissue, the pages of bibles turning...
at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (7:30pm)

Mars is a multitalented singer, songwriter, producer and musician who feels most at home when he's performing. Born to a musical family in Honolulu, Hawaii, he was practically raised on the stage. His father, a Latin percussionist from Brooklyn, organized a Vegas-style revue...
Thursday, June 9, 2011
at California Academy of Sciences (6pm)

Celebrate our blue planet in honor of World Oceans Day. Meet experts on plastic pollution and ocean conservation from 5 Gyres and other organizations, and see renowned dance troupe Capacitor perform...
at Harlot (9:30pm)

Our deep house monthly party, Deep Technique, continues this summer with our June party featuring veteran jockey and labelhead Olivier Desmet from Amenti Music. Olivier joins DT residents Seven, D Mak and Augustine for a deep/funky/tech house night to remember...
Friday, June 10, 2011
at SFAI (7:30pm)

Hardy veered off course into the seamy world of drunken sailors and fallen women to pursue his childhood obsession: tattooing. With his fine art training and vast knowledge of art history and the cultures of Asia, Polynesia, and Mexico, he refined and reinvigorated tattoo imagery...
at Mighty (9pm - 4am)

A party only has one 10 year anniversary so we're going big with two headliners - Asad Rizvi from London and Justin Long from Chicago!
at Swedish American Hall (8pm)

The follow-up to 2009's self-titled release, multi instrumentalists Taylor Kirk, Mika Posen and Simon Trottier come together again on heartrending compositions that engage, transport and challenge...
at Ruby Skye (8pm)

With a glittering career that includes worldwide number ones, packed arenas, throbbing dance floors, A-list collaborations, a raft of international awards and a debut artist album 'Output' that hit over 60 countries worldwide, it's been a year...
at DNA Lounge (10pm)

So many DJs, so many after-parties, so many spilled drinks, so many hook ups, so many pictures, so much dancing... celebrate six years of so much fun!
at Supperclub (9pm)

"Best DJ" in San Francisco as voted in by readers of SF Bay Guardian, 3rd place in Red Bull's Thre3style competition, Natalie Nuxx aka DJ Nuxx is an acclaimed DJ/remixer...
Saturday, June 11, 2011
at Justin Herman Plaza (11am - 6pm)

Our ride is part of a global protest taking place today in many cities throughout the US, Europe and other cities in the Northern Hemisphere. Tens of thousands of naked bike riders are protesting the global dependency of our society and economies at the hands of the oil cartels...
at The Old Mint (11am)

The San Francisco Museum and Historical Society is pleased to present these regularly scheduled tours of the Old Mint. Lace up your walking shoes and join us to learn and enjoy the history of the building and our plans to turn it into a museum!
at Japan Center (11am - 4pm)

Join us for this fundraiser for Nichi Bei Foundation; publishers of the Nichi Bei Weekly Japanese American newspaper in San Francisco. This is a free event, open to the public...
at The Fly Bar (8pm)

Our extreme scavenger hunt will have teams finding hidden objects, deciphering clues, interacting with locals, exposing costumed characters, initiating live performances, and drinking heavily...
at Bottom of the Hill (9pm)

"It was a really rewarding and emotional process making Walls," Damon says. "We could kind of reflect on what a crazy two and a half years we'd had. When we finished up I felt like I could breathe again, like a massive weight had been lifted. The warm Vancouver summer felt like an old friend guiding us...
Sunday, June 12, 2011
at Upper Haight (11am - 5:30pm)

Once a year, on the second Sunday in June, the Haight-Ashbury community hosts a special celebration and everyone in the World is invited. Music is in the air; people dance in the streets; a festive atmosphere springs up; and Haight Street, once again, becomes the center of Peace, Love and Happiness...
at Sonoma County Fairgrounds (10am - 10pm)

Featuring Michael Franti & Spearhead, The Flaming Lips, Primus and more!
at Treasure Island (noon - 8:30pm)

Featuring an exclusive set by Legendary Acid House Producer A Guy Called Gerald...
at Cafe Cocomo (2pm - 2am)

2nd Sunday returns to where it all began over 12 years ago. Featuring Colette, Justin Martin and more!
at Dogpatch Bayview route (11am - 4pm)

While returning to popular areas along established routes, 2011 events will extend into new neighborhoods and include more diverse program elements that highlight each neighborhood's unique character and often overlooked community attractions and institutions...
Monday, June 13, 2011
at Cafe du Nord (9pm)

The liberated abandon of Wildbirds & Peacedrums' primitive soul music strikes an immediate and invigorating chord, as anyone who has seen them over the past year will attest. With The Snake, they deliver an adrenalin shot of passion straight to the heart...
at The Warfield (7:30pm)

With a sound that steadfastly defies any and all categories, ignited by the passionate commitment of five friends who have spent a lifetime working and playing together; and international acclaim that conclusively proves their boundary-crossing...
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