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After months of anticipation, the stage if finally set in Golden Gate Park for the Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival. Still undecided about your festival plans? Get a taste of what's to come with a playlist curated by our bloggers and fly under the radar with K-Flay, the local emcee holding two degrees from Stanford who's starting the party on Friday. There's also plenty of action before, after and during the festival. Egyptian Lover is back with 80s electro-funk flavor and Tormenta Tropical hosts a night of carioca funk at the Elbo Room. DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown (a.k.a. Erykah Badu) and Questlove both have DJ sets at local venues after their festival performances and the party is back on the Bay during the Sunset Summer Boat Cruise. Dolores Park has seen better days, but that's not stopping a screening of Jaws for Film Night in the Park at Dolores Park, and Sunday Streets is bringing a little extra love to the Tenderloin.

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Tuesday, August 9, 2011
at The Independent (8pm)

Imelda May, born in Dublin and raised in the Liberties, may be an unknown name to some, but to many she is already a superstar. She is unmistakable both in her music (a fusion of surf guitars, blues and rockabilly that wouldn't be out of place in a David Lynch film) and her style, with a solitary curl and shock...
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
at The Independent (9pm)

They are citizens of the United Sates of America. Alec Ounsworth writes the songs for the project in Philadelphia . The songs are then transported to New York (via bus, car, or train), shaped, re-shaped, finally reaching a certain completion that returns again to the belly of the Great Whale and is initially and finally Clap Your Hands Say Yeah...
Thursday, August 11, 2011
at Great American Music Hall (9pm)

There may be many things to come from Mark Oliver Everett and company in the future. Some of it may surprise you. Some of it may delight you. Some of it may sicken you. But know that they are having a wonderful time making things down in the basement...
at Eve Lounge (9pm)

In the summer of 1973, Cindy Campbell had a dilemma: she needed back to school clothes and supplies, but she didn't have the money to pay for what she needed. She asked her older brother, who was a DJ, if he would spin at a party, where she could charge 50 cents per person and hopefully raise enough money to buy new clothes and supplies...
at supperclub (9pm)

Project Ethos returns to San Francisco for its sophomore event in the city by the bay with sponsors vitaminwater zero, Carlton Hair and Frederick's of Hollywood Swim. The event will feature a fashion show, live concert and art exhibition of all local talent...
at 1194 Folsom (9pm)

Introducing Secret Society, a new nocturnal ritual for San Francisco. Prepare for your rite of passage...
on Divisadero Street (6pm - 10pm)

Come out to Divisadero for an evening of music, drinks, and shopping. The Divisadero Street Merchants are proud to open their doors to the community and show you what this neighborhood has to offer...
OSL Nightlife
Friday, August 12, 2011
at Golden Gate Park (all day)

In case your summer plans were looking for an exclamation point, we have a few up our sleeve. Outside Lands is ramping back up to three full days of lights, sound and gourmet action for the 4th installment...
at Mighty (9pm)

Dubbed by Spin Magazine as one of the 'Must Hear Artists at Coachella' this year, as well as 'The Best Reason to Shut Up and Dance' at their debut at SXSW in 2009, and one of their 'Top 9 Unknown Bands to Watch at SXSW,' Brazil's duo is seeming unstoppable!
at Mezzanine (9pm)

Badu received notice for her introspective lyrics and jazzy, bass-heavy sound, and was hailed as one of the leading lights of the burgeoning neo soul genre. Her sophisticated style of singing drew many comparisons to Billie Holiday.
at 103 Harriet (10pm)

Siriusmo is from Berlin, and to many, he is a legend. People have been begging him to play out for years, but he has always declined gracefully. He has released a handful of EPs over the years, including Diskoding, Allthegirls, Minirock...
at Slide (9pm)

Come party with us! Friday, August 12th at E2F inside SLIDE in San Francisco! We'll have 92.7 Rev FM, The Revolution in the house passing out tons of free prizes and goodies for all!
Saturday, August 13, 2011
at Japantown (all day)

The 38th Annual Nihonmachi Street Fair takes over San Francisco's Japantown for another exciting weekend of cultural and artisanal showcases. The fair celebrates the diverse Asian American and Pacific Islander communities here in the Bay Area, and has established itself as a summer time tradition in the City...
at Dolores Park (8pm)

Films are free of charge in beautiful park settings and projected on a giant outdoor screen. Arrive early, spread out a blanket and picnic prior to the screening, but avoid bringing chairs...
at Elbo Room (10pm)

"Late last year, we squeezed her onto the bill with Spoek Mathambo, and Zuzuka absolutely stole the show with her fiery Brazilian raps and infectious carioca funk beats..."
at 1 Fort Mason (9am)

Hundreds of spectacularly costumed runners, walkers, and skippers are expected on Saturday, August 13 at the second annual Big Gay 10k, a fabulous only-in-San-Francisco event to support the HIV/AIDS prevention and care programs of San Francisco AIDS Foundation...
at Hotel Utah Saloon (9pm)

Although he considers himself a San Francisco local, Mike Gibbons is an international singer/songwriter often on the move...
at Great American Music Hall (9pm)

Do you love amazing beer, incredible food, and good music? Then hurry up and get your tickets to Explore Your Craft at The Great American Music Hall. In addition to live music and art demonstrations - you will have an opportunity to meet...
Sunday, August 14, 2011
at Pier 3 (5pm)

Now that we have all recouped from the Campout it's time to get back in the groove. The Sunset Summer Boat Party is fast approaching and we are very excited to announce our very special guest from Detroit...
at Civic Center (11am - 4pm)

Sunday Streets became an official City program in 2010 under the leadership of the SF Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) as presenting sponsor. The season featured nine events covering five different routes around the city...
at Fort Mason Center (all day)

From August 12 to 14, the largest juried craft show in the West is coming to San Francisco, featuring work in a variety of mediums and genres by artists from the Bay Area and beyond...
at Yerba Buena Gardens (11am - 5pm)

Seven pavilions and several stages highlighting music, dance, art, crafts, cuisine, artifacts, plus a special trade expo featuring products unique to the Philippines: mother of pearl, bamboo, coconut, Philippine mahogany, marble, pineapple fiber and more...
Monday, August 15, 2011
at The Cellar (10pm)

Come and sing along to all your favorite songs and enjoy $3 Well drinks & beer all night. This event is great for groups, come with your co workers and let loose after a hard day at the office...
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