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21 Free Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Parties Coming to the Mission

21 Free Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Parties Coming to the Mission

Carnaval San Francisco is hosting 21 different Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday celebrations across the Mission District on Tuesday, March 5th. From 6-10pm, you can enjoy live samba drummers and dancers winding their way through the party; and lively music from salsa and soca to cumbia…

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Noise Pop Festival 2019 Preview: 10 Underground Acts to Explore

Noise Pop Festival 2019 Preview: 10 Underground Acts to Explore

City-wide, week-long music and arts festival, Noise Pop, is coming up fast and will host more than 130 acts from around the world. The full schedule for the 27th annual festival is packed with shows every night at venues throughout the San Francisco Bay Area,…

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Craig Wedren’s Photo Exhibit and Music Performances Come to SF

Craig Wedren’s Photo Exhibit and Music Performances Come to SF

Musician, film and television composer Craig Wedren has two upcoming events in San Francisco; one of which is a combination event for the opening of a photo exhibit, that includes a book release and a live performance. The former frontman for indie rock band Shudder…

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Benny Gold Says Goodbye, Huf Returns to San Francisco

Benny Gold Says Goodbye, Huf Returns to San Francisco

At the end of last month, the iconic skate-inspired streetwear brand Benny Gold announced plans to close its doors at 968 Valencia Street in the Mission. To many, it must have seemed the only logical doom. Boutique brands and historic venues seem to be going out of…

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Fine Arts Museums Announce Free Saturday Admission for San Franciscans

Fine Arts Museums Announce Free Saturday Admission for San Franciscans

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco’s two museums, Legion of Honor and de Young Museum, are known for their unique settings and acclaimed art exhibitions. In the Bay Area, besides SFMOMA, these are the two museums that present the kind of classic art that has…

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Chinese NY Flower Fair, Forward Underground, Super Bowl Party, Red Dead Night, Tribal and Textile Show at Fort Mason

Chinese NY Flower Fair, Forward Underground, Super Bowl Party, Red Dead Night, Tribal and Textile Show at Fort Mason

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Fury Friday – Saturday at August Hall BUY TICKETS SF Beer Week Fri Feb 1 – Sun Feb 10 in San Francisco…

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Oakland Museum of California Will Present The Art of Burning Man This Fall

Oakland Museum of California Will Present The Art of Burning Man This Fall

The idea of Burning Man has morphed throughout the years. The little group that used to meet at Baker Beach in the 80s has become more than just a gathering; and plans are for it to get even bigger. For most who haven’t made the…

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An Immersive Exhibition by Lynn Marie Kirby Comes to Manresa Gallery

An Immersive Exhibition by Lynn Marie Kirby Comes to Manresa Gallery

Lynn Marie Kirby’s latest multi-sensory performance and installation, somehow this relates to love, is an expansion of her previous work that recreated the tenderness evoked by two-dimensional paintings through collaborative live performances. The show kicks off with a performance by Judit Navratil and her daughter…

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All Things Peculiar and Nothing Short of a Dark Cabaret

All Things Peculiar and Nothing Short of a Dark Cabaret

It’s difficult to define the strange. What feels oddly peculiar to one person, might not bear the same uncanny fruit it does for another. When it hits us, though, it’s like the slow buzz from a cocktail: one part curiosity, two parts the thrill of a…

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SF Gay Men’s Chorus To Open National LGBTQ Center for the Arts on Valencia

SF Gay Men’s Chorus To Open National LGBTQ Center for the Arts on Valencia

The San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) announced that the first-ever National LGBTQ Center for the Arts will open in the Bahai building at 170 Valencia Street. The building was designed by architect Harold Stoner and completed in 1930 and is a registered historic site,…

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FOG Art Fair, Trap Kitchen, Heated Rooftop Party, Icebreaker’s Ball

FOG Art Fair, Trap Kitchen, Heated Rooftop Party, Icebreaker’s Ball

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. 13th Annual Icebreaker’s Ball with DJ Icey, Trotter & Special Guests Friday at The Great Northern BUY TICKETS Your Smith + Emily…

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Isabella Rossellini, Pier 23 Silent Disco, TED SoMa, Music of Twin Peaks, Techno Masquerade, Reggie Watts & John Tejada

Isabella Rossellini, Pier 23 Silent Disco, TED SoMa, Music of Twin Peaks, Techno Masquerade, Reggie Watts & John Tejada

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week. Get our list every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. HVOB, Pedro Arbulu Friday at Gray Area BUY TICKETS SF Sketchfest presents Wajatta: Reggie Watts & John Tejada Friday at Mezzanine BUY…

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