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All eyes are on SF this week as the City's flamboyant and fabulous strut their stuff during the numerous events planned for Pride Week. Start quietly with Frameline34, the longest-running LGBT film festival, and work your way up to the massive SF Pride Celebration and Parade. If that's not enough for you, make your way to Dolores Park for the SF Dyke March, and dance the night away at Go Bang! Go Pride. If you're looking for live music, you can't go wrong with the sweet soul sounds of Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings or the indie rock genius of Pavement. Samba down to Mission Rock Café for the Brazilian Music Fest or escape the crowds and relax on the Bay with the 17th Annual Wooden Boat Show.

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010
at Rickshaw Stop (7pm)

Matmos is M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel. They make music out of the sounds of objects, animals, people, and actions. They have collaborated with Rachel's, So Percussion, Jay Lesser, Alter Ego, People Like Us, Kronos Quartet and Bjork...
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
at Yoshi's SF (8pm)

For more than 30 years, the Kronos Quartet-David Harrington, John Sherba (violins), Hank Dutt (viola) and Jeffrey Zeigler (cello)-has pursued a singular artistic vision, combining a spirit of fearless exploration with a commitment to expanding...
at Castro Theatre (see listing for times)

The world's largest and longest-running LGBT Film Festival, Frameline34 is a landmark event that draws together the LGBT, independent film, and media arts communities for 11 days of diverse, innovative, and socially relevant cinema...
Thursday, June 24, 2010
at The Milk Bar (8pm)

"[Tussle] would love nothing more than to be headlining Dancetaria in 1982, except maybe playing a festival in Munich in 1972. At their best, they create deep-in-the-pocket grooves that penetrate with catchy basslines and terrific drumming, all captured with beautiful fidelity" - Pitchfork
at Casanova Lounge (9pm)

Inside you'll find over 100 tattoo designs and 4 font sets. We've only made 100 for the first edition and they'll be offering for a special price at the event. We also have over 10 regular poster designs available as well. Giveaways from The Skullz Press...
at Beauty Bar (10pm)

Each 4th Thursday we bring you your favorite new and classic rock, indie dance, britpop, disco, post-punk, nu-disco and soul jams...
Friday, June 25, 2010
at Greek Theatre (8pm)

Pavement's extraordinary fifth album is their first recorded on 24 tracks and the first produced by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead's OK Computer, Beck's Mutations). The result is a spacious, detailed sound bigger than any previous Pavement record. The guitars are crystalline, the highs and lows clearly separated...
at The Warfield (8pm)

In January of 2005, Naturally hit the streets and set Jones and the Dap-Kings loose on a relentless touring schedule. Fueled by rave reviews of both their new record and the blistering live show, record sales and concert attendance began rising across the country...
at CellSpace (Crucible Steel Gallery) (8pm)

Much Ado About Lebrowski is a live staged parody about a man named Sir Geoffery of Lebowski, who lived a simple, humble life until the day he was mistaken for Sir Geoffery of Lebrowski. On that day, one man's quiet life turns into utter chaos...
at Mighty (10pm)

This year MR. returns to the beautifully gritty art-space and nightclub, Mighty. The dance floor will be lined with nostalgic video of our favorite'staches', mixed live by VJ Jim Hopkins of Twitch Recordings, along with our dirty go-go boys...
Saturday, June 26, 2010
at Exposition Park & The L.A. Coliseum (2pm)

Two full days and nights of beats, freaks, fun and festivities as Insomniac transforms the Exposition Park and the L.A. Memorial Coliseum into a carnival for the eyes and ears...
at Dolores Park (3pm)

Visibility is the essence of the Dyke March! On this day tens of thousands of dykes gather openly. We admire each other in our glorious variety and soak up the wild nourishment of taking over the streets!
at Deco Lounge (9pm)

Disco freaks, art school boys & girls, drag queens & kings, boogie-heads, fierce dancers, flashy dressers, sexy girls, hot boys, DJs, dancers, photographers, artists, fashionistas; gay/straight/bi/tri/whateva! Bring your flashiest, trashiest, classiest, sexiest, craziest style; but bring an open mind, big smile, and shoes that will...
at 111 Minna Gallery (9pm)

This coming June 26th Barracuda is gettin' rad with guest DJ Miles, a very special celebrity DJ from Live 105!
at Bottom of the Hill (10pm)

The instruments are drums, upright bass, pedal steel, banjos, piano, guitar, vocals and stories. They have recorded critically acclaimed albums (Village Voice, Denver Post, San Francisco Chronicle) on Jello Biafra's Alternative Tentacles label...
Sunday, June 27, 2010
at Market St. & Beale and ends at Market & 8th St. (parade begins at 10:30am)

San Francisco Pride has been said to be "one of the last remaining pride events that can truly be called a rite of passage." 2010 marks the 40th anniversary of the San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade...
at Festival Pavilion (1pm - 5pm)

One of the many joys of living in the Bay Area is undoubtedly its easy access to the region's thriving wineries and vineyards. And in a city where you can purchase fine wines in practically every grocery, it's no surprise that SF dwellers will jump at the chance to attend wine festivals and tastings...
at Mission Rock Cafe (4pm - 11pm)

Samba, Pagode, Funk, Raggae, Axe, Bossa Nova and More! Brazilian Bikini show by Brazilian Image Bikinis...
at Julia Morgan Theater (7pm)

The festival provides a platform for praise dancers, choirs and other artists to celebrate the Gospel and to provide a spiritual experience outside the church and in the community. This year we will be featuring Fame Praise Dance Ministry from Oakland, Mt. Zion Baptist Church from Redwood...
at Corinthian Yacht Club (10am - 4pm)

Approximately 60 traditional sailing vessels will be on display with their proud owners on hand to share a bit of their history. The "San Francisco Feetwarmers" will entertain the crowd playing lively jazz all afternoon...
Monday, June 28, 2010
at Eve Lounge (9pm)

An 11 year bay area tradition, now at Eve Lounge every Monday night. Soul Cafe plans to not just showcase bay area DJs but bay area artists as well in all genres...
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