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Lineup Announcement: 35th San Francisco Jazz Festival & 2017 Summer Sessions

Lineup Announcement: 35th San Francisco Jazz Festival & 2017 Summer Sessions

SFJAZZ has announced the programming for the 35th annual San Francisco Jazz Festival and Summer Sessions. The SF Jazz Festival will include 43 shows; an ambitious schedule to include 13 days of acts, in five different venues around San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood. Some of…

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Dirtybird BBQ Tour Returns to Treasure Island

Dirtybird BBQ Tour Returns to Treasure Island

All the nice, warm weather means it’s almost time to fire up the grill and pump up the volume. And who better to lead the call than San Francisco’s Dirtybird Records crew. This summer they will embark on their much-anticipated nationwide BBQ tour, starting in…

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2017 How Weird Street Faire: Music, Visionary Art, Tech & Trippy Poster Art

2017 How Weird Street Faire: Music, Visionary Art, Tech & Trippy Poster Art

Known for groundbreaking creative events, the organizers of the 18th Annual How Weird Street Faire have been busy planning new ways to wow crowds—even jaded San Franciscans who experience “weird” on a regular basis. The theme for 2017 is “Summer of Weird,” honoring the 50th anniversary of…

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Lineup Announcement: Phono del Sol Brings Together National & Local Music for Fun in the Sun

Lineup Announcement: Phono del Sol Brings Together National & Local Music for Fun in the Sun

Neighborhood-friendly not-for-profit festival Phono del Sol has just announced the music lineup for their 7th annual 2017 event, which includes a variety of national acts and exciting up-and-comers. Most of the talent is from the Bay Area, including San Francisco’s own Thee Oh Sees headlining…

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Giant’s 5th Annual Metallica Day is Ready to Rock n’ Roll

Giant’s 5th Annual Metallica Day is Ready to Rock n’ Roll

The sea of amped Giant’s fans, orange, black and bad-ass Metallica shirts heading straight to AT&T Park is a sure sign that Metallica Day has once again arrived. To get in on this themed game day event, fans are making their plans now as the Giant’s 5th Annual…

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This Year’s ‘Summer of Love’ Gets No Love

This Year’s ‘Summer of Love’ Gets No Love

The “Summer of Love” Concert, a free show planned for June 4th at the Golden Gate Park Polo Fields, has come under fire from the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department. On Thursday, more than sixty community members and residents showed up to a hearing…

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Free Event: Kool & The Gang to Headline Opening Day for 80th Annual Stern Grove Festival

Free Event: Kool & The Gang to Headline Opening Day for 80th Annual Stern Grove Festival

Organizers for Stern Grove Festival today announced Kool & The Gang as the headliner for the free, opening day ‘Big Picnic’ concert on June 25 to kickoff the 80th season of Stern Grove Festival. This will also serve as the sixth-annual Big Picnic fundraising event to…

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5 Luxurious Events from Yountville Live’s Multi-Day Music, Food & Wine Festival

5 Luxurious Events from Yountville Live’s Multi-Day Music, Food & Wine Festival

The small town of Yountville has gained a big name for itself as the unofficial “Culinary Capital of Napa Valley.” This slice of heaven is the place to have a weekend dedicated to relaxing, revitalizing, and experiencing next-level luxury. It’s home to world-class restaurants, award-winning chefs,…

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David Duchovny Brings Hell or Highwater To SF

David Duchovny Brings Hell or Highwater To SF

Most people know David Duchovny as Agent Mulder from the esteemed sci-fi show X-Files, or as Hank Moody, the troubled womanizing novelist in Californication. After a successful career in acting, Duchovny has stepped up to the mic, releasing his debut record, Hell or Highwater, in 2015….

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Morrissey Headlines Inaugural ‘When We Were Young’ Festival in Orange County

Morrissey Headlines Inaugural ‘When We Were Young’ Festival in Orange County

A new, two-day festival, happening one week before Coachella on the Observatory Grounds in Santa Ana, has announced a nostalgia-filled musical lineup. The event features some of the biggest indie and emo rock bands around, including Morrissey, AFI, Descendents, Taking Back Sunday, Alkaline Trio, The…

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‘Summer of Love’ to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

‘Summer of Love’ to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

The 1960s were a time of uninhibited self-expression, protests against war and greed, and the push for love, peace and compassion for all. On all accounts, it’s not too far off from what the current political climate has many of us rallying around once again….

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Two-Day Trance Festival ‘Dreamstate’ Returns to SF

Two-Day Trance Festival ‘Dreamstate’ Returns to SF

Paul Oakenfold and Paul Van Dyk return for the second annual two-day trance festival Dreamstate. This festival, now in its second year, is hosted by EDM event promoter Insomniac, the same people who put together Electric Daisy Carnival. The event takes place May 27 and…

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