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The Lineup: California Academy of Sciences NightLife LIVE Summer Music Series

The Lineup: California Academy of Sciences NightLife LIVE Summer Music Series

While the California Academy of Sciences is known for its Nightlife weekly programming, which covers an impressive range of themes, the summer LIVE series is particularly one to watch. The LIVE summer music series focuses on live music (hence the name) with guest performers and DJs galore,…

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Free Event: Live Music, a Psychedelic Light Display & the Conservatory of Flowers

Free Event: Live Music, a Psychedelic Light Display & the Conservatory of Flowers

Slide into summer with a splash of color by experiencing the return of the psychedelic combination of large-scale light art with live music inside Golden Gate Park at the iconic Conservatory of Flowers. On June 20, the City’s Recreation and Parks Department will host a…

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FREE Event: 2018 Fillmore Jazz Festival to Pay Tribute to Bay Area Jazz from the ’90s

FREE Event: 2018 Fillmore Jazz Festival to Pay Tribute to Bay Area Jazz from the ’90s

The free and always-fun Fillmore Jazz Festival returns for the 34th consecutive two-day celebration of Bay Area and national jazz acts. This year, the festival focuses on ’90s throwbacks, paying tribute to the success of San Francisco’s music scene during that time. Fillmore Jazz Festival…

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Outside Lands Daily Lineup Announced, Single-Day Tickets on Sale Soon

Outside Lands Daily Lineup Announced, Single-Day Tickets on Sale Soon

Now that more than two months have passed since the 2018 Outside Lands music lineup announcement, organizers for the three-day festival shared which artists will be performing on each day. In additional, single-day general admission and single-day VIP tickets will go on sale Thursday, June…

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“Prince Pre Fame” Photo Exhibit On View in Lower Haight

“Prince Pre Fame” Photo Exhibit On View in Lower Haight

Family Affair in Lower Haight is honoring Prince and his musical legacy with a special photo exhibit this month, featuring rare photos of Prince before he was famous, by photographer Robert Whitman. Family Affair, a new art gallery space dedicated to music-related art, design, photography,…

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Desert Arts Preview Gives a Sneak Peek at this Year’s Burning Man Creative Projects & Installations

Desert Arts Preview Gives a Sneak Peek at this Year’s Burning Man Creative Projects & Installations

For an early look at some of the art projects that will be on display at Burning Man, the Desert Arts Preview gives artists a chance to share and speak about projects they plan to bring to the playa in 2018. This year, organizers of…

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June Gets All Jazzed Up with SFJAZZ Festival Shows & Summer Sessions Across Five Venues

June Gets All Jazzed Up with SFJAZZ Festival Shows & Summer Sessions Across Five Venues

Programming for the 36th annual San Francisco Jazz Festival Festival has been confirmed, highlighted by live shows from legend Ahmad Jamal, iconic New Orleans singer Irma Thomas, Brazilian musician Sérgio Mendes, and electric bassist Marcus Miller. In addition, artists performing as part of the Summer…

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Outside Lands! The 2018 Food and Drink Lineup with Over 200 Menu Options

Outside Lands! The 2018 Food and Drink Lineup with Over 200 Menu Options

Organizers for the 11th annual Outside Lands announced the food and drink lineup, complete with more than 200 menu options plus 30 breweries and 41 wineries from Northern California. Cuisine and drink options exist across seven unique festival experiences (A Taste of the Bay Area,…

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Northern Nights Music Festival Announces 2018 Lineup (Mr. Carmack, Thomas Jack, Emancipator & More)

Northern Nights Music Festival Announces 2018 Lineup (Mr. Carmack, Thomas Jack, Emancipator & More)

Organizers behind the Northern Nights Music Festival (NNMF) returns to the Redwood forest along the Humboldt and Mendocino County lines summer for the sixth annual summer weekend event, headlined by beat master Mr. Carmack, house act Thomas Jack, and electronic producer Emancipator. Other performers announced…

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New Castro Boozy Brunch Spot ‘Wooden Spoon’ Opens in Swedish American Hall

New Castro Boozy Brunch Spot ‘Wooden Spoon’ Opens in Swedish American Hall

Wooden Spoon is the new and sunny Castro neighborhood destination within the Swedish American Hall building, offering up eggs benedict, sandwiches, and salads, along with brunch and midday cocktails. This fresh restaurant located at 2172 Market St. comes from the brothers behind Woodhouse Fish Co. and West…

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Tame Impala and A$AP Rocky To Headline Treasure Island Music Festival in Oakland

Tame Impala and A$AP Rocky To Headline Treasure Island Music Festival in Oakland

One day after officially announcing the return of the Treasure Island Music Festival, organizers for the two-day event revealed the full 2018 lineup, headlined by psychedelic rock band Tame Impala and rapper A$AP Rocky. Beyond the headliners, additional acts on this year’s bill include turntablists…

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Treasure Island Music Festival Returns, New Oakland Location and Dates Announced

Treasure Island Music Festival Returns, New Oakland Location and Dates Announced

Beloved Treasure Island Music Festival (TIMF) will return this fall after a year-long hiatus in 2017. The two-day event will be held at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland on October 13–14, 2018. The full music lineup and additional details for the 2018 event will…

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