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Yes Lawd! Anderson .Paak debuts Andy’s Beach Club Tour in SF

Yes Lawd! Anderson .Paak debuts Andy’s Beach Club Tour in SF

“Yes Lawd!” A mere 24 hours after Anderson .Paak collected his first Grammy award, he was right back to work, immersed in stage lights in front of exultant San Francisco fans who’d snatched up all of the tickets almost immediately after they’d gone on sale….

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Dance Until You Feel Better with these February Concerts in the Bay Area

Dance Until You Feel Better with these February Concerts in the Bay Area

February is the land of broken resolutions, Valentine’s banality, and general wintertime doldrums. And yet, there’s still hope and plenty of opportunities to warm your spirit with these dance-friendly concerts. ~~~~~~~~   February 2nd: James Brown Dance Party @ Mezzanine   The Godfather of Soul…

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The Best Shows in the San Francisco Bay Area in January

The Best Shows in the San Francisco Bay Area in January

With a new year comes a new opportunity to hit reset and start a new playlist IRL. Celebrate some local favorites and find something new with these January shows in the Bay Area. ~~~~~~~~   January 10th: Mattson 2 @ The Chapel The brothers Mattson,…

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The Best Shows in the San Francisco Bay Area in December

The Best Shows in the San Francisco Bay Area in December

The last month of the year can be a mad rush of office parties, family commitments, ugly sweaters, shopping and general holiday mania. Take some time to treat yourself with the gift of music at one of these December concerts in San Francisco and the…

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Best Shows in the San Francisco Bay Area in November

Best Shows in the San Francisco Bay Area in November

It’s November in San Francisco. Our unofficial late summer is coming to an end, and our days are more quickly turning into nights as winter approaches. There’s no better time to warm up than with some live music at your favorite venues. So for the…

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Meet ‘Juicy Lou’ and the 5 Best New Dishes at AT&T Park

Meet ‘Juicy Lou’ and the 5 Best New Dishes at AT&T Park

Whether the Giants are winning or losing, food is a huge part of the experience at AT&T Park – and we’re not talking peanuts and Cracker Jack. There’s no shortage of options for your appetite as the squad kicks off another season at McCovey Cove….

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Watch E40, Ayesha and Steph Curry Cooking and Remixing at BottleRock

Watch E40, Ayesha and Steph Curry Cooking and Remixing at BottleRock

Before music fans enjoyed a double dose of pop with headliners Maroon 5 and Macklemore at Napa’s BottleRock festival on Friday, the culinary stage took the spotlight with one of its biggest lineups ever. Screams echoed across the festival grounds early in the day when…

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Five Delicious Things to Eat at SF Giants Games This Season

Five Delicious Things to Eat at SF Giants Games This Season

A new Giants baseball season at AT&T Park means another update to unique food offerings, with an emphasis on all things local. Here’s what you can look forward to after the Giants hit the field on Opening Day in San Francisco on April 10. The…

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Bay Area Acts at SXSW This Week

Bay Area Acts at SXSW This Week

As some of the biggest names in Bay Area tech wrap up SXSW Interactive, some of the region’s best bands, DJs and performers will hit the stage for the music component of the conference/festival this week. The full spectrum of the Bay Area music scene…

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Photos: Three Epic Days at Coachella

Photos: Three Epic Days at Coachella

Coachella delivered another epic weekend of music during Week 1 of the festival with lots of surprises, new friends and partying in the desert.

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Daily Lineup Announced for Outside Lands

Daily Lineup Announced for Outside Lands

After selling out general admission tickets in record time last week, Outside Lands organizers announced the daily lineup today for the music festival, arriving in Golden Gate Park on August 7-9.

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Photos: Toro y Moi Previews ‘What For?’ at the Independent

Photos: Toro y Moi Previews ‘What For?’ at the Independent

Chaz Bundick, the creative force behind Toro y Moi, was at the Independent on Saturday for a sold-out show that offered an early glimpse of his excellent new album What For?.

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