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Monterey International Pop Festival Celebrates 50 Years, Lineup Announcement

Monterey International Pop Festival Celebrates 50 Years, Lineup Announcement

Two of California’s largest event producers have joined forces for the historic 50 year anniversary celebration of the now infamous Monterey Int’l Pop Festival. The first festival was held in 1967 and is considered a major defining moment in the Summer of Love. Back when…

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Dirtybird Egg Hunt in SF with Free BBQ and Campout Ticket Prizes

Dirtybird Egg Hunt in SF with Free BBQ and Campout Ticket Prizes

For those staying local this coming Easter weekend, relive your youth by participating in a citywide Easter egg hunt. Rather than search for candy-filled eggs, the Dirtybird Records crew will place Easter Egg stickers at three landmarks throughout San Francisco and will give hints to…

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924 Gilman Celebrates 30 Years of Bay Area Punk Rock Glory

924 Gilman Celebrates 30 Years of Bay Area Punk Rock Glory

This Thursday, April 13th, marks a significant day for the Bay Area punk rock scene as Berkeley’s infamous 924 Gilman celebrates its 30th anniversary with a special benefit performance by The Offspring, playing the entirety of their 1992 record, Ignition. It seems fitting that a…

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Lineup Announced: Live 105’s BFD Invites Phoenix, Franz Ferdinand & More

Lineup Announced: Live 105’s BFD Invites Phoenix, Franz Ferdinand & More

Scottish rockers Franz Ferdinand returns to the BFD stage after playing at the Live 105’s annual festival back in 2006. The band tops this year’s bill with French alternative rock band Phoenix, who will make its first Bay Area performance in five years. BFD, held…

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Love + Propaganda Wins National Award for Best Dance Club

Love + Propaganda Wins National Award for Best Dance Club

At the annual Nightclub and Bar Awards in Las Vegas, a prestigious award was handed out to San Francisco club Love + Propaganda. The mostly electronic music space with a punk edge located in Union Square was recognized with a national award for “Best Dance…

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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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Cider Summit SF Returns! Plus 5 Facts to Up Your Cider Knowledge

Cider Summit SF Returns! Plus 5 Facts to Up Your Cider Knowledge

The region’s largest cider tasting festival, Cider Summit SF, returns to the Presidio this month for their 4th annual Bay Area event. Nearly 200 selections of cider from across the U.S., along with ciders from over five different countries, will be available to taste. Cider…

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100+ Free Events Announced for 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

100+ Free Events Announced for 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

World-renowned cultural destination and one of the best urban green spaces in North America, Yerba Buena Gardens, is also home to the 17th Annual Yerba Buena Gardens Festival. This year’s festival includes 100 programs, including music, theater, circus, dance, poetry readings and children’s activities. The…

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An Unlikely Sight: Horseback Riding Trial Period Begins in Golden Gate Park & McLaren Park

An Unlikely Sight: Horseback Riding Trial Period Begins in Golden Gate Park & McLaren Park

If you love horses anywhere near as much as Tina from Bob’s Burgers, then you’ll be interested to know that the SF Recreation and Parks recently began offering horseback rides to the public. For the next two months expect to see these horses in Golden Gate…

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Outside Lands Invites Metallica, The Who, Gorillaz for 10th Anniversary in Golden Gate Park

Outside Lands Invites Metallica, The Who, Gorillaz for 10th Anniversary in Golden Gate Park

After weeks of anxious waiting, the lineup has been revealed for the 10th annual Outside Lands music festival. Headlining the event are heavy rockers Metallica, legendary classic rock band The Who, British virtual band Gorillaz, New Zealand songstress Lorde, and hip-hop group A Tribe Called…

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Where to Find the 20 Best Farmers’ Markets in San Francisco

Where to Find the 20 Best Farmers’ Markets in San Francisco

SF has so many places that offer fresh local produce that it’s possible to visit a different famers’ market nearly every day of the week. Beyond shopping for fruits and veggies, some of these community gatherings offer cooking demonstrations, free tastings, and even live music….

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Google Maps Goes All ‘Ms. Pac Man’ For April Fools’ Day

Google Maps Goes All ‘Ms. Pac Man’ For April Fools’ Day

Google is celebrating April Fools’ Day with a special Ms. Pac Man interactive game on Google Maps! If you’re still playing Pokemon Go, switch apps for a second. To play, just open the app. If your phone is updated the Ms. Pac-Man button will appear. This is…

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