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This week organizers of Bay Area Brew Fest bring us the Beer Olympics which pairs together two of San Francisco's favorite things - beer and costumes. More refined tastes can get acquainted with mezcal, a lesser known cousin of tequila, at Pop-up Mezcaleria or kick the flavor up a notch at the Gilroy Garlic Festival. EPR is back with AC Slater and the Lights Down Low crew presents Zombie Disco Squad at Monarch. The Haute Couture Launch Party highlights local fashion and there's more early Burning Man action at the Fertile Ground Burning Man Fundraiser. Otis Lounge celebrates its 7-year anniversary with a $7, 12-hour block party and Treasure Island Flea returns with Sunday bargain hunting.

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at GGP
at Treasure Island
at Rickshaw Stop
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Tuesday, July 24, 2012
at SOMA (6:30pm)

Release your inner designer and learn a few basics of the art of Floristry! In this session we'll learn about floral composition and how to take everyday materials to create an arrangement in a creative and unconventional way.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
at Club X (9pm)

"AC Slater, hailing from Philadelphia but now residing in New York City, was one of the biggest american hardcore and freeform DJs. In 2001 started the Pitched Up record label as an outlet for american hardcore music. The label saw 5 vinyl releases and 10 digital releases. In 2007 AC Slater moved away from hardcore and raves to focus on fidget house, getting commissioned to do remixes for artists such as Freestylers, Moby, Shwayze, Human Resource, and Drop the Lime..."
at The Bold Italic (6:30pm)

Perhaps you've heard whispers about this ethereal elixir or tasted it on your travels - yet it remains elusive. No longer: Mezcal - Mexico's original spirit - has arrived in San Francisco in a big way. You can now try a rapidly expanding variety of mezcals at local bars and restaurants...
at The Independent (8pm)

"I love LA, but the combination of relocating and straight away hitting the studio made me spiral out of control." Ericson Stakee says. "I needed to let go of everything around me and close to me, so I could discover what I missed and what I really needed. I partied too hard, and I blew my newly earned money. Once I hit rock bottom, I visited home in Sweden..."
Thursday, July 26, 2012
at Clift Hotel (10pm)

Set in the prestigious Clift Hotel, the Launch Party of the Haute Couture issue will bring the who's who of San Francisco together in an evening of HI-Fashion and Glamour as never seen before.
at Vessel (10pm)

Chaim is a true stand out artist in today's fast paced electronic world. After the first wave of stunning releases for labels like Supplement Facts, Cocoon and MBF, for over a year now Chaim has worked exclusively with the Berlin based BPitch Control imprint...
SF Station Offer
Friday, July 27, 2012
at Fox Theater - Oakland (8pm)

Enter to Win tickets! - For their first few records, Dirty Projectors revolved around a single full-time member: singer and guitarist Dave Longstreth, who wrote and meticulously constructed their albums with a rotating cast of associates. But starting with "Rise Above" and the subsequent tour, the Dirty Projectors turned into a regular working unit...
at Monarch (10pm)

Lights Down Low presents Zombie Disco Squad along with massive support by Nick Monaco, Sleazemore, Richie Panic, Joaquin Bartra...
at 1015 (10pm)

There is a new beginning quickly approaching. Deep beneath the ground, a new layer of fresh inspiration will be rising to the surface for a small amount of time. If we are able to summon this inspiration and add our intention, it will form the foundation of what will be...
Saturday, July 28, 2012
at Fort Mason Center (2pm - 6pm)

What's better than a beer festival? A beer festival with a great excuse to get into costume. Coinciding with the 2012 Olympics, the Bay Area Brew Fest will take the form of a Beer Olympics (no, NOT a competitive drinking event), rather an excuse to show some team pride...
at 941Geary (2pm)

941 Geary will host a Panel Discussion and Q&A with CanLove at 4pm, Saturday, the 28th, featuring the LA-based artists Paul and DJ, SF graffiti legend Apex, and President of Montana Colors, Neon, to discuss environmental issues involving street art and spray paint...
at Christmas Hill Park (10am - 7pm)

The 34th Annual Gilroy Garlic Festival is the "Ultimate Summer Food Fair" three days of incredible food, arts and crafts, live entertainment, and cooking demonstrations...
at supperclub (9pm)

Join the WEC and 400 San Francisco socialites for a night of cocktails, artwork, and elegance. With live/displayed artwork from SF's top talent - we have transformed one of the city's most luxurious venues into a cultural hotspot...
Sunday, July 29, 2012
at Yoshi's SF (8am)

Barbary Coast Burlesque celebrates 5 YEARS! From the most influential punk rock club in The City to Thee Most Celebrated Jazz Club in History- Barbary Coast Burlesque brings the highest quality of cabaret in San Francisco!
at Otis Lounge (11am)

To celebrate the seventh anniversary of Otis Lounge, we are bringing you a bigger and better block party than any in the past. Loaded with an incredible line up of your favorite and our favorite DJ's! Not only that but all of your favorite and our favorite brands will partake in shutting down Maiden Lane!
at Embarcadero Center (all day)

The San Francisco Marathon is a loop course. The race starts and finishes on the Embarcadero (near the Ferry Building), traversing San Francisco. The Full Marathon runs through Fisherman's Wharf, the Marina, across the Golden Gate Bridge (and back!)...
at The Fillmore (8pm)

Like their name, Neon Trees are a combination of slick pop hooks and sturdy organic rock, both melodic and hard-hitting, their anthems of adolescent angst, longing, love lost and found, delivered with the kind of heart-on-the-sleeve passion that only comes from hard work and commitment.
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Monday, July 30, 2012
at Amnesia (6:30pm)

On the top floor of a small hospital, an unlikely piano prodigy lies in a coma, attended to by his gruff, helpless father. Outside the clinic, a motley vigil assembles beneath a reluctant New Mexico winter-- strangers in search of answers, a brush with the mystical, or just an escape...
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