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Tue Jun 12 - Mon Jun 18
The Lineup

After partying it up on Haight Street last weekend, we move to San Francisco's hub for beat nostalgia, divey bars and nightclubs for the North Beach Festival at Washington Square Park. Warm up early in the week with SF Station's The Lineup local music showcase, featuring Rin Tin Tiger, Bonnie & the BANG BANG and Roosevelt Radio. The 2nd Annual Fireball party is back with cutting-edge electronic music and visual arts and Opulent Temple holds court at Treasure Island. Pinot Days presents the largest gathering of Pinot Noir producers in the world, according to organizers, and Foie-thers Day Dinner pairs Father's Day with Foie Gras before the delicacy is banned in California. "Contemporary awakens the past" at the latest Asian Art Museum exhibition, Phantoms of Asia, and Design Week brings the latest design trends to venues throughout the city.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2012
at Mulitple Locations (all day)

San Francisco Design Week is a growing celebration of San Francisco Bay Area design which includes an opening reception, Business and Design forums, studio tours, exhibitions, lectures, mixers, a closing party, and more...
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
at Brick & Mortar Music Hall (8pm)

The Lineup, is back for its second edition! After nearly 10,000 votes for seven finalists, Rin Tin Tiger, Bonnie & the BANG BANG and Roosevelt Radio will perform. Get there early for $2 Trumer Pils from 7:30 to 8:30pm, T-shirt screen printing from San Franpsycho, and a photo booth from SnapFiesta.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
at Vessel (10pm)

A DJ Set in the intimate surroundings of Vessel for a very special show. Playing BASE, our flagship night for underground music. Slotting perfectly into what could be it's strongest month yet...
Friday, June 15, 2012
at Public Works (9pm)

Help NEXUS manifest on the playa this year! Experience a magical evening of cutting edge elctronic music, visual art, connection and community...
at Mezzanine (9pm)

One night not so long ago, he appeared from a place between space and time. The Magician stepped into this world, materializing in a cloud of crystal stars and soft pink smoke. Some say he is the guardian angel of all resident DJ's...
Saturday, June 16, 2012
at 1 Fort Mason (2pm - 5pm)

Pinot Days is the largest gathering of Pinot Noir producers in the world. It has to be; pinot noir is exceptionally stylistically diverse, and our aim is to give every pinot lover a place to "go deep" within the style you love...
at Hangar 3 (9pm - 4am)

Opulent Temple returns to Treasure Island for our biggest off playa party ever! An electric night of music, art and community to help us go over the top on our 10 year camp at BM 2012.
at The Warfield (8pm)

A lot of water's passed under the bridge since The Temper Trap's delay soaked opening to 'Sweet Disposition' first began causing a stir on Australian radio late last year. The track was the first taster of their recording sessions with UK producer...
at Amnesia (9pm)

Gorgeous waves of oscillation initially come on like a time capsule of minimalism; a call and response to Spiegel and Riley - after sounding for all the world like a lost section of Vangelis' Bladerunner score...
Sunday, June 17, 2012
at North Beach District (10am - 6pm)

The event is situated in the historic North Beach District, known to locals and visitors alike as San Francisco's Little Italy and the home of the famed beat generation. The Festival site includes numerous quaint streets in the heart of the district...
at Union Square (5pm)

This is a five-course celebration of Foie Gras and Dads. Why on Father's Day? Because you were probably introduced to this gastronomic delight by your Dad or someone else's dad or someone that would later become a dad. Too loose of a connection for you?
at Asian Art Museum (10am - 5pm)

It is a collaborative work: some of the parts are as old as Heian Period (794-1185) and some are as new as 2010. One of the newer parts is a tiny reproduction, made by the artist Yoshihiro Suda, of the sakaki plant (Cleyera japonica), which grows in East Asia. The sakaki is an evergreen that is considered sacred in the Shinto religion...
at Fox Theater - Oakland (8pm)

If it's 5am and you're still dancing, chances are you're running on Scissor Sisters time. For a band that sprung out of downtown NYC clubs like The Cock in the Lower East Side and Luxx in Williamsburg, Brooklyn (a launch pad for the modern electroclash sound), it's only natural that...
Monday, June 18, 2012
at SFMOMA (9pm)

Presenting a complex synthesis of art and politics, this exhibition explores Mexico's distinctively rich and diverse photography tradition from the 1920s to the present. It begins in the period following the Mexican Revolution...
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