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The Midway Shares Big Plans for New Years and Beyond

The Midway Shares Big Plans for New Years and Beyond

Dogpatch stalwart, The Midway announced two big events for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. To preview the back-to-back celebratory gatherings, we spoke to the owner and founder Jeff Whitmore to learn more about upcoming plans at the space for the rest of this…

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Anderson .Paak to Kickoff 2019 World Tour in SF

Anderson .Paak to Kickoff 2019 World Tour in SF

The extaordinary singer / rapper Anderson .Paak announced his two-month world tour, dubbed The Andy’s Beach Club Tour, will begin in San Francisco on February 11th at The Masonic. The 11-city string of Northern American shows will be followed by live appearances in Europe in…

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50 Monets Debut at the de Young in San Francisco

50 Monets Debut at the de Young in San Francisco

50 oil paintings from the late years of French impressionist Claude Monet’s life will make their way to the de Young Museum for three months in early 2019. The works of art come from public and private collections in Europe and Asia, some of which…

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7 Activities in SF that Embrace the Holiday Spirit

7 Activities in SF that Embrace the Holiday Spirit

December’s arrival means the holiday season is now officially underway. You know about the multiple holiday ice rinks at Union Square, the Embarcadero, and Civic Center, but San Francisco has so many more holiday experiences for you to enjoy with friends and family. We chose…

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The Chemical Brothers Announce SF Appearance

The Chemical Brothers Announce SF Appearance

British electronic duo and multi-Grammy award-winning act, The Chemical Brothers have announced a 2019 North American tour in support of their new studio album, No Geography. The Chemical Brother’s ninth release will be available sometime in the Spring of 2019. Only three cities will comprise…

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SantaCon Makes San Francisco’s Naughty List

SantaCon Makes San Francisco’s Naughty List

San Francisco Recreation and Parks recently denied a permit request by the organizers of SantaCon, who requested amplified sound to host costume contests and a singalong for this year’s event. This caused a stir that the annual tradition had been cancelled. But that’s not the…

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Father/Daughter Records & BFF.fm Team Up to Host Local Music Showcase

Father/Daughter Records & BFF.fm Team Up to Host Local Music Showcase

Two local organizations, eight-year-old record label Father/Daughter and Mission district radio station BFF.fm, are co-hosting a showcase of four bands at The Independent on December 13th. Alternative act Pllush, croony San Francisco rockers SOAR, post-punk group Pardoner, and singer-songwriter Rose Droll are each performing at…

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Jerry Garcia Birthday Band Reunites for Two Tribute Shows at the Warfield

Jerry Garcia Birthday Band Reunites for Two Tribute Shows at the Warfield

All-star members of Jerry Garcia Birthday Band have announced plans to reunite for two shows, making their San Francisco debut when they visit The Warfield on January 11th and 12th, 2019. Longtime Jerry Garcia Band members Melvin Seals, Jacklyn LaBranch and Gloria Jones are teaming…

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Red Bull Music Celebrates Filipino Culture with “Generations” in Berkeley

Red Bull Music Celebrates Filipino Culture with “Generations” in Berkeley

Generations is a one-night celebration of the Bay Area history of Filipino influences. The party, presented by Red Bull Music, comes to Berkeley’s UC Theatre on December 7th. The event, headlined by rapper P-Lo, tells his story as a founding member of the hip-hop record…

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The Stone Foxes Play a Free Show in Union Square

The Stone Foxes Play a Free Show in Union Square

San Francisco-based rock band, The Stone Foxes are playing a live show next week inside the T-Mobile Signature Store at Stockton & Ellis Streets. The concert and conversation with the band is part of the T-Mobile “Signature Series” in-store events, which feature emerging music talent…

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B.A.R.F. Moves to Oakland and Gains Support from Noise Pop

B.A.R.F. Moves to Oakland and Gains Support from Noise Pop

The Bay Area Record Fest (B.A.R.F.) is moving to Oakland next month for its fourth iteration; continuing its growth from intimate fair to mini daytime festival; showcasing many of the Bay’s most exciting independent labels and artists, plus a surprise headline guest. Beyond the location…

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Noise Pop Unveils Acts for 2019 Festival (Beirut, Albert Hammond Jr., Baths)

Noise Pop Unveils Acts for 2019 Festival (Beirut, Albert Hammond Jr., Baths)

Organizers of the Noise Pop Music Festival have announced the phase one lineup, with highlights including indie rock band Beirut, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. from the band The Strokes, and California electronic musician Baths. The one-week event returns to the Bay Area beginning February 25th…

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