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San Francisco nightlife is under attack by politicians yet again, even as looming budget issues, unemployment, and other economic woes continue to affect every sector of our state. If you want your voice to be heard in this latest battle, tonight is the night to speak up. Join other likeminded members of the community as they head to City Hall to speak out at a Special Hearing on Electronic Dance Music Events in SF. After you've done your civic duty, get ready to hit the dance floor for a hot weekend in the club. You'll have to make a tough choice on Friday as Men (featuring JD Samson of Le Tigre), Gold Panda, and Switch take over different SF Venues. There will also be plenty of action in the Castro with the Disposable Film Festival and the hot mess that Britney Spears brings with her Good Morning America taping. Keep the energy going with NoBunny, Apache and Wild Thing, and wrap it up with the heavy-hitting Norwegian sounds of Royksopp.

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Raw Hiding in the Spaces Between
at ODC Theatre

Brides of March
at Tunnel Top and Union Square
Zion I & The Grouch
at The Fillmore

Nerd Nite
at Rickshaw Stop
Death Guild
at DNA Lounge

Anniversary Party
at The Lexington Club
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
at San Francisco City Hall (7:30pm)

If you care about keeping electronic dance parties legal, please join us on Tuesday at San Francisco City Hall, Room 400. This is our chance to speak out about the importance of dance music culture to City Officials and Elected Representatives...
at Brewcraft of San Francisco (7pm)

Are you a lady who loves beer? Join us for Craft Brewing 101 and Beer Tasting Tips. Two quick quick courses that will teach you basic brewing and tasting techniques. Scrumptious appetizers will also be provided throughout the evening...
at Oracle Arena (8pm)

"When Lady Gaga was a little girl, she would sing along on her mini plastic tape recorder to Michael Jackson and Cyndi Lauper hits and get twirled in the air in daddy's arms to the sounds of the Rolling Stones and the Beatles. The precocious child would dance around..."
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
at Project One (6pm - 9pm)

Showcasing the hottest new designers from the Bay. This will mark the debut of JenDarling's new collection of luxury garment and shoe bags, Cary LaScala's new line of men's and women's shirts and bowties...
at Mint Slope (6:30pm)

Participants are encouraged to stop by all four bars and enjoy the signature SVEDKA Vodka cocktail. During the event, using their handheld devices, participants will have the opportunity to...
Thursday, March 24, 2011
at 18 Reasons (7pm)

Join us for our 5th gathering of the DIY food crafting community, co-hosted by cookbook author Karen Solomon of Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It. If you've ever made your own condiments, crafted your own candies...
Friday, March 25, 2011
at Rickshaw Stop (8:30pm)

Men focus on the energy of live performance and radical potential of dance music. Their music speaks of issues such as wartime economies, sexual compromise, and the demand for liberties through lyrical content and an inventive, high-energy stage show...
at 103 Harriet (9pm)

Hailing from Chelmsford, Essex, Gold Panda spent the early part of last year building a reputation as remixer du jour for the likes of Little Boots, Telepathe, Bloc Party, Simian Mobile Disco, Health and The Field, before releasing three EPs of his own material in...
at Mighty (9pm)

A pop-crazed madman set on turning genres on their heads! From his incendiary DJ sets across the globe to his remixes and productions, Dave Taylor, aka Switch, has created his own type of innovative jacking house that draws from all the best bits of electronic music...
at The Fillmore (9pm)

"They combine the best aspects of jam music (fun, funky, instrumental grooves and a playful willingness to experiment) with traditional polycultural music." - Consequence of Sound
at Bottom of the Hill (10pm)

Wye Oak's If Children is the culmination of many months of recording, polishing and perfecting to achieve what Any Given Tuesday best described as, "mingling in a room full of shoegaze, alt-country, folk, and noise, shaking hands, kissing cheeks, and making friends..."
Saturday, March 26, 2011
at Hotel Utah Saloon (9pm)

"Ha Ha Tonka is truly one of the best young bands in America."
at Castro Theatre (see listing for times)

Selected by MovieMaker Magazine as one America's "coolest film festivals," the Disposable Film Festival was created in 2007 by Eric Slatkin and Carlton Evans to celebrate the creative potential of disposable video: short films made on...
Sunday, March 27, 2011
at Castro Theatre (noon)

We don't know about you, but sometimes we need a break from swooped hair, tat sleeves and V-neck T-shirts. Thing is, we're not gonna do it at the sacrifice of volume and craziness. That's where Black Veil Brides come in...
at Regency Ballroom (5:30pm)

We don't know about you, but sometimes we need a break from swooped hair, tat sleeves and V-neck T-shirts. Thing is, we're not gonna do it at the sacrifice of volume and craziness. That's where Black Veil Brides come in...
at Hemlock Tavern (9pm)

David Dondero is this generation's Townes Van Zandt, a peripatetic tumbleweed casting across the country's highways and dirt roads searching for truth and love. His reedy tenor shuffles through clever verbal forays, over ragamuffin folk, brightened by Dondero's...
at Thee Parkside (8pm)

This year, the Burger Boogaloo offers up: King Tuff, Traditional Fools, Davilla 666, Nobunny, Mean Jeans, Audacity, Apache, Personal and the Pizzas, The Rantouls, Wild Thing, Culture Kids and tons more! This is gonna be a blast and a half! Burger believe it!
Monday, March 28, 2011
at Regency Ballroom (8pm)

Röyksopp is an electronic music duo formed in 1998 in Tromsø, Norway and currently based in Bergen, Norway. The band consists of Torbjørn Brundtland and Svein Berge, both being songwriters, producers and remixers...
at The Independent (8pm)

"Los Angeles DJs Justin Warfield and Adam 'Adam 12' Bravin formed the moody, Joy Division-inspired She Wants Revenge in 2003. A fortuitous combination of word of mouth, industry connections, and airplay on Sirius Satellite Radio and West Coast airwave giant KCRW provided..."
at The Warfield (8pm)

As a duo, longtime creative partners David Crosby and Graham Nash bring out the best in each other, their distinct yet complementary styles balancing an equation that delivers a seamless and inspiring musical whole...
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