San Francisco
Cloudy
56°F
Sign in or Register

Tag archive for summer

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…

Continue reading →

‘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….

Continue reading →

Phono Del Sol Founder Discusses Origins of Non-Profit Music & Food Festival

Phono Del Sol Founder Discusses Origins of Non-Profit Music & Food Festival

The Bay Bridged, a non-profit arts organization supporting the San Francisco Bay Area independent music community, has partnered with local recording studio Tiny Telephone, to create a spectacular lineup for the 6th Annual Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival. Electro pop duo Chairlift and…

Continue reading →

HARD Summer Transforms Into 2-Day Camping Festival, Headlined by Ice Cube & Major Lazer

HARD Summer Transforms Into 2-Day Camping Festival, Headlined by Ice Cube & Major Lazer

The organizers behind HARD Summer announced a number of changes to their premier annual EDM festival, including a new location at the Auto Club Speedway in Southern California and options for camping for the first time. The 2016 edition of the electronic-heavy festival happens July…

Continue reading →

SFJAZZ Unveils Prodigious Lineup for 34th Festival & 2016 Summer Sessions

SFJAZZ Unveils Prodigious Lineup for 34th Festival & 2016 Summer Sessions

The San Francisco Jazz Festival will present 25 concerts over 12 days and Summer Sessions will present 55 shows over 38 days. Acts include McCoy Tyner Tribute with the legendary Chick Corea, a 12-year-old piano wunderkind Joey Alexander, and Bay Area jazz virtuoso Taylor Eigsti….

Continue reading →

5 Hot Summer Cocktails Made in San Francisco

5 Hot Summer Cocktails Made in San Francisco

Summer in San Francisco can be a questionable affair. The fix? Summer cocktails. Fresh, summery flavors and a good alcohol buzz can help set the mood for the right season, and if the sun decided to poke through when it happens – you’re in luck….

Continue reading →

Northern Nights & The Polish Ambassador Lead The Sustainable Festival Movement

Northern Nights & The Polish Ambassador Lead The Sustainable Festival Movement

The third annual Northern Nights Festival, July 17-19 at Cook’s Valley campground, has grown into a preeminent, environmentally conscious live music event with help from electronic musician The Polish Ambassador and additional partners. Most music festivals emphasize a go crazy approach without considering the impact…

Continue reading →

Three Twins Ice Cream Comes Out With Pride Flavors

Three Twins Ice Cream Comes Out With Pride Flavors

It is only fitting that a San Francisco-based ice cream brand is accompanied by the concept of Pride, one way or another. Three Twins, a Whole Foods favorite and a very local brand nevertheless, chooses to celebrate its city’s diverse heritage and founder Neal Gottlieb’s…

Continue reading →

Photos: Sasquatch Music Festival 2015

Photos: Sasquatch Music Festival 2015

In Washington at The Gorge on May 22-25, 2015. Photos by Pedro Paredes-Haz. See entire gallery This year festival performers included Sleater-Kinney, St Vincent, Jenny Lewis, James Blake, Lana del Rey, Kendrick Lamar and more.

Continue reading →

Review: Tennis Shines at The Independent

Review: Tennis Shines at The Independent

A haze of heat wave-induced summertime nostalgia was heavy amongst the crowd as Denver’s husband-and-wife duo Tennis took the stage on Thursday night at The Independent. Ailana Moore and Patrick Riley looked like a couple straight off of a Babysitter’s Club book cover, with Moore rocking…

Continue reading →

Bonnaroo Now Controlled By Live Nation

Bonnaroo Now Controlled By Live Nation

Entertainment conglomerate Live Nation is now the majority owner of rural Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, giving the world’s largest music promoter control of four of the top U.S. music festivals. According to the New York Times, the financial terms of the Bonnaroo deal…

Continue reading →

Imagine Dragons, Sting Kick Off America’s Cup Concerts

Imagine Dragons, Sting Kick Off America’s Cup Concerts

San Francisco gets a new live music venue starting Friday with Imagine Dragons at America’s Cup Pavilion.

Continue reading →

Page 1 of 3 1 2 3