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Sunny weather in SF is all about showing some skin, and why not? The short supply of warm days in the City make them that much more enjoyable. Get ready for more skin with Take it Off for Planet Earth, a benefit that pairs DJs and dancing with sexy performances. You won't want to wear too much to Hot Wax at 222 Hyde, but if it gets too steamy you can cool off outside at Civic Center Plaza with the Soundwave ((4)) Festival. Erykah Badu turned it up a notch with her bare-all "Window Seat" music video, and you better call Tyrone if you think she won't bring the heat to her show at the Paramount. And if the sun chooses to grace us with it's lovely presence again this weekend, there should be plenty of eye candy at the North Beach Festival, Sunday Streets, and the first performance of the 2010 Stern Grove concert series.

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010
at The Independent (8pm)

In this era of technological advancements, it's remarkable that something can be repaired the old-fashioned way -- dismantling the gears to put it all back together again. After almost giving up on the world outside the woods, Matt Pond, with the invaluable aid of...
at Zellerbach Hall (8pm)

Like a flock of doves above her head, the delicate hands of ManuelaCarrasco are enough to make audiences catch their breath and fall silent. Yet this international star, known in her native Spain as the Queen of Gypsy Flamenco Dance, remains strikingly down to earth, honoring the...
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
at 142 Throckmorton Theatre (7:30pm)

Join us for an evening filled with DJs, Dancing, and Sacred Sexy Performances that depict our love of the planet...
at supperclub (8:30pm)

Join us for an evening filled with DJs, Dancing, and Sacred Sexy Performances that depict our love of the planet...
Thursday, June 17, 2010
at Civic Center Plaza (7pm & 8:30pm)

Inflorescence 2010 is a free site-specific sound and performance installation by artist Brett Ian Balogh. Balogh will create a composition by installing invented audio devices ("florets") that are programmed to respond to and participate in outdoor processes...
at 222 Hyde (9pm)

Expect to hear everything from: Soul, Jazz, Funk, Disco, Hip-Hop, Afro, Latin, House, future sounds and beyond...
at Temple Nightclub (10pm)

Welcome to the launch of Scionify the home of what moves us in Northern California highlighting the best events, features, and eye candy...
Friday, June 18, 2010
at Silk's Restaurant (7pm)

Since 1798, Highland Park Single Malt Scotch Whisky has been made on Orkney Islands off the northern tip of Scotland. Experience how these extraordinary whiskies complement great food...
at Paramount Theatre (8pm)

Over the past decade, Erykah Badu has emerged not only as a major force in the music industry, but also as a renowned humanitarian and entrepreneur. With her singular voice, enlightened consciousness and commitment to community...
at The Fillmore (9pm)

As John Baldwin Gourley, named the year's Best Vocalist in that same issue of AP, explains the pace at which his band has turned out any number of the decade's more inspired moments, "Honestly, I think we should be putting out more music. It keeps you thinking, keeps you growing and progressing..."
Saturday, June 19, 2010
at North Beach District (10am - 6pm)

In its 56th year, The North Beach Festival is considered one of the country's original outdoor Festivals. This year our company was chosen by the organization that presents the Festival, The North Beach Chamber of Commerce, to produce the event, and with our joint efforts, it is our goal to make it the best one yet...
at The Lab (8pm)

If you ask any electronic music professional/expert to name the top house music DJs in the world. You will likely get the following names; Erick Morillo, Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak, Mark Farina. That's how far SF's favorite DJ has come...
at Mission Rock Cafe (8pm)

A benefit event to assist the family of security Arnie with medical and funeral bills accrued with the passing of the bay area scene's dear friend. 100% of the proceeds will go to his family...
at Mighty (9pm)

Help Pink Mammoth return to the Playa as we make 2010's camp more badass than ever before. As you can imagine, putting on the big production in the desert takes a lot of time, effort and of course, funds. What a better way to get there then to attend...
at Paradise Lounge (9pm)

Help Pink Mammoth return to the Playa as we make 2010's camp more badass than ever before. As you can imagine, putting on the big production in the desert takes a lot of time, effort and of course, funds. What a better way to get there then to attend...
at 1015 (Ten 15) (10pm - 7am)

Renowned for his DJ sets that mix together varieties of electronic dance music into the early hours of the morning, as well as for his antics behind the turntables in the DJ booth, Burridge was a member of England's Tyrant Soundsystem...
Sunday, June 20, 2010
in the Mission (2pm)

Every month San Francisco is hosting this event in a new location, this month is the Mission!
at Sigmund Stern Grove (2pm)

Admission-Free Concert. Stern Grove Festival Association is a non-profit organization committed to providing the people of the Bay Area with admission-free access to diverse performing arts...
at Sleep Train Pavilion (7pm)

To date they have almost 75 million records and their name, imagery and artwork has made them the recognised symbols and Icons for the Metal music genre and its followers...
Monday, June 21, 2010
at Yoshi's SF (8pm & 10pm)

Just two members could get together in a village with a guitar or two, a djembe or water can for percussion, and sing the songs of Tinariwen. It's often said that every Touareg from Tamanrasset to Niamey and from Timbuktu to Ghat is a member of Tinariwen, so widely are their songs known and treasured. They are more of a social movement than a desert rock'n'roll band...
at The Independent (9pm)

Certainly the reasons for his lofty seat in the reggae hierarchy are purely musical - a combination of his boundless talent and his uncompromising attitude. Despite recent lapses, the anticipation of more high-quality releases is not merely wishful thinking, but a justifiable expectation...
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