San Francisco
Partly sunny
67°F
Sign in or Register

Clubs - page 3 News

Downtown SF Concert Venue & Bowling Alley ‘August Hall’ and ‘Fifth Arrow’ Opening Spring 2018

Downtown SF Concert Venue & Bowling Alley ‘August Hall’ and ‘Fifth Arrow’ Opening Spring 2018

17-year-old electronic nightclub Ruby Skye and the adjacent downstairs Slide Lounge are now closed, but two new venues are already in the works. August Hall will be a new spot for live music and comedy performances, and Fifth Arrow, located downstairs, will be a bar…

Continue reading →

The Bay Area’s Top Parties to Welcome in the New Year (That Won’t Break the Bank)

The Bay Area’s Top Parties to Welcome in the New Year (That Won’t Break the Bank)

Woah, 2017. It’s been a record-breaking year. Just twenty days in, a reality TV “star” was sworn into office as the President of the United States. The following day, nearly 600 marches flooded streets around the globe, recording the largest one-day protest in recent international…

Continue reading →

One Year After the Ghost Ship Tragedy, Music as a Unifying Force, Tribute Record Release

One Year After the Ghost Ship Tragedy, Music as a Unifying Force, Tribute Record Release

It’s hard to believe that December 2nd marks one year since the Ghost Ship Fire in Oakland. Among the 36 victims, many were part of various arts and music subcultures. Art and music has been a key part of both the mourning and healing process….

Continue reading →

2018 Grammy Award Nominations Showcase Strong Diversity in Music and Performances

2018 Grammy Award Nominations Showcase Strong Diversity in Music and Performances

Based on the nominations for the 60th annual Grammy awards, it is evident that hip-hop and R&B genres are currently the dominant genres of the music industry. Rapper Jay-Z led the field with eight nominations followed closely behind by Kendrick Lamar who received seven. No white males…

Continue reading →

Local Business Spotlight: Iron Horse Cocktails Sneaks into Maiden Lane

Local Business Spotlight: Iron Horse Cocktails Sneaks into Maiden Lane

Maiden Lane, the chic, semi-hidden downtown alley, had seen a lot over the last couple of years. There was the talked-about Gwyneth Paltrow pop-up. The Chanel robbery. Numerous boutique openings. Now, as 2017 wraps up, it’s getting its first bar: Iron Horse Cocktails. The bar’s current location was…

Continue reading →

Photos: Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival Saturday Highlights

Photos: Rolling Loud Bay Area Festival Saturday Highlights

Photo highlights from the “World’s Largest Hip Hop Festival” Rolling Loud on Saturday October 21st at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View. All photos by Abe Coloma.   See the entire gallery here. Performers on Saturday included: Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Playboi Carti,…

Continue reading →

San Francisco’s Top 10 Halloween Parties of 2017: An Audio/Visual Preview

San Francisco’s Top 10 Halloween Parties of 2017: An Audio/Visual Preview

Each Halloween in the Bay Area, we face a frightening amount of hell-raising ragers to turn us all into zombies, stiff-legging through the following work week. And this is one of those glorious years where we find the weekend’s festivities of All Hallow’s Eve preceding the actual holiday…

Continue reading →

The New Dirtybird Campout Compilation & Packing Essentials with Ardalan

The New Dirtybird Campout Compilation & Packing Essentials with Ardalan

Camp Dirtybird is upon us! It’s time to solidify those carpool plans and put the finishing touches on your totems because we’re heading back to adult summer camp this weekend. This all-star lineup is stacked with all your Dirtybird crew favorites like Claude Von Stroke,…

Continue reading →

Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Marina district nightclub MatrixFillmore closed earlier this year for a remodel, and has reopened as a low-key cocktail bar and changed back to its original name, Matrix. Famous live shows took place inside this venue, with performances spanning Bob Marley to The Velvet Underground. The Matrix…

Continue reading →

Location of Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park Renamed in Honor of Robin Williams

Location of Comedy Day in Golden Gate Park Renamed in Honor of Robin Williams

Sharon Meadow in Golden Gate Park will be renamed after the late, great San Francisco comedian and Academy Award-winner, Robin Williams. The Recreation and Park Department made the announcement earlier this week, just in time for Comedy Day, which takes place on Sunday, September 17. San Francisco…

Continue reading →

Dub Mission Ends 21-Year Elbo Room Residency in Style

Dub Mission Ends 21-Year Elbo Room Residency in Style

One of the longest-running monthly music parties is coming to a bittersweet end this week. 21 years, by any standard, is a very impressive run for any party, and especially when you consider for 18 of those year it was a Sunday weekly event. On…

Continue reading →

CA Legislators Reject Proposal to Extend Nightlife Hours to 4AM

CA Legislators Reject Proposal to Extend Nightlife Hours to 4AM

On the Friday before Labor Day weekend, the California Assembly Appropriations Committee dismantled a bill that would allow communities to decide whether bars can serve alcohol past the current 2AM cutoff. Democratic State Senator Scott Wiener introduced the latest piece of legislation back in February….

Continue reading →

Page 3 of 96 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →