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Northern Nights Fest Got Joyfully Weird In The Woods This Year

Northern Nights Fest Got Joyfully Weird In The Woods This Year

The redwoods of Nor-Cal shook this past weekend with the fifth glitter-bombed edition of Northern Nights Music Festival. All walks of beautiful life drifted and boogied around the banks of Eel River and the luscious redwood groves of Cooks Valley Campground. The headliners in big…

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Dirtybird Campout 2017 Reveals Full Lineup

Dirtybird Campout 2017 Reveals Full Lineup

This October 6-8th, pack your tents and sleeping bags for the third installment of Dirtybird’s raucous Dirtybird Campout. Today, the label released the lineup for its summer camp themed music festival—now even more diverse and star-studded than ever before. Touting all of their core Dirtybird…

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Radiant Pictures from Do LaB’s Lightning in a Bottle Festival 2017

Radiant Pictures from Do LaB’s Lightning in a Bottle Festival 2017

LIB this year was a true kickoff to a wet hot American summer. The lake transformed the grounds into an oasis of electronic music filled with floaties, ice-filled coolers, and minimal clothing. Bassnectar returned to the festival that he blew up with his first LIB…

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Dirtybird BBQ Preview: Party-Starter Songs, Favorite Clubs to DJ in San Francisco & Grill Must-Haves

Dirtybird BBQ Preview: Party-Starter Songs, Favorite Clubs to DJ in San Francisco & Grill Must-Haves

With the SF Dirtybird BBQ on Treasure Island just weeks away, the excitement is building. On Sunday, June 4, flocks of fans looking to experience Dirtybird’s bass-driven brand of house music will gather for a sublime combination of tasty eats and dope tunes. The traveling…

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The Best Bay to Breakers After Parties in the SF Bay Area

The Best Bay to Breakers After Parties in the SF Bay Area

Picture yourself standing at the finish line, now what? There’s still a lot more of Sunday to go! You’re going to have to party a little more right? Here’s our list of the top Bay to Breakers after parties happening on Sunday… ready, set, go!…

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5 Ways the Renewed Lake is a Game Changer for Lightning in a Bottle 2017

5 Ways the Renewed Lake is a Game Changer for Lightning in a Bottle 2017

Since 2014, Lightning in a Bottle has been held at the (Lake) San Antonio Recreation Area. With the drought, the past few years have been a dusty, desert-like festival experience on arid land. But that’s now history. With all of the rain this past winter, Lake…

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Dive Into Summer With These 5 Upcoming Poolside Parties

Dive Into Summer With These 5 Upcoming Poolside Parties

San Francisco has already been blessed with some gorgeous beach and poolside weather, teasing us through the spring season with spotty previews of what to expect this summer. Golden Gate Park has hosted a slew of bounce houses and cookouts while a few sunset silent discos have kicked up…

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Photos: Outside Lands Food Lineup Includes 78 Restaurants, 40 Wineries, 28 Breweries

Photos: Outside Lands Food Lineup Includes 78 Restaurants, 40 Wineries, 28 Breweries

It’s no secret that food is the other major headliner at music festivals. Explore a few of the new additions to the local food vendors, themed areas and craft beer on tap at Outside Lands with these mouth-watering images… Food is best when inhaled @el_fat_tony…

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Noise Pop Announces the Return of Historic Music Venue Café du Nord at Swedish American Hall

Noise Pop Announces the Return of Historic Music Venue Café du Nord at Swedish American Hall

With all the news in recent years about venues closing, it’s always fantastic to report about new venues opening. Better yet, the revival of one of the Bay Area’s historic music venues. Café du Nord, will officially return next month, with help from Noise Pop…

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Meet the Global Curator of Festival Culture Blog ‘Fest300’: Self-Expression, Travel & the Everfest Team Up

Meet the Global Curator of Festival Culture Blog ‘Fest300’: Self-Expression, Travel & the Everfest Team Up

Regarding the global fest culture movement, a perpetually building tidal wave, Fest300 has been the best way to check the surf report. Fest300 is an international festival culture blog, based in San Francisco, built around their coveted list of the best three hundred festivals around the world….

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Gray Area’s 100 Day No Ban Dance Party: Celebration of Diversity & Creative Resistance

Gray Area’s 100 Day No Ban Dance Party: Celebration of Diversity & Creative Resistance

It’s been nearly 100 days since President (*sigh*) Trump took office. There have been plenty of opportunities to shake our fists at the issues, but here’s a chance now to shake our asses. Gray Area, a local education hub, incubator and venue space, which also…

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Q&A: The M Machine’s Debut Album & San Francisco Roots

Q&A: The M Machine’s Debut Album & San Francisco Roots

San Francisco-based duo The M Machine has called this city home for almost a decade now. From their early days as recent college grads taking classes at Pyramind Music Production School, to writing the great majority of their discography living in a warehouse/artist collective (formerly…

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