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The city will be less crowded this week as thousands of San Franciscan's flock to the Playa at Burning Man or other distant outposts for the long Labor Day weekend, but there are plenty of fun events to keep you entertained. Start with Beats & Eats at Azul, a weekly party that pairs great food with great DJs in an intimate setting. Mumiy Troll brings Russian post-punk to Bottom of the Hill and Miami Horror will take over at Mezzanine. Berkeley superstars Green Day return to the stage at Shoreline Amphitheater on Saturday, while the Ferocious Few - another band that got its start on the streets of Berkeley - are back in action in San Francisco. Take advantage of the Monday holiday and dance the night away at the As You Like launch party or the 14th anniversary party for Dub Mission.

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at Slim's

at Eve Lounge
at 330 Ritch

at Club Metro
Cherry Pop
at The Parlor

Treasure Island Pre Party
at Cal Academy of Sciences
NightLife at the Academy
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
at Black Rock City (all day, all night)

These people make the journey to the Black Rock Desert for one week out of the year to be part of an experimental community, which challenges its members to express themselves and rely on themselves to a degree that is not normally encountered...
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
at Azul (5pm - midnight)

Every Wednesday night for happy hour to late night with your favorite tastiest eats. Late night food service available and a featured dish weekly. A featured dj will perform your favorite mixtapes live in an intimate setting...
at Z Space at Theater Artaud (7pm)

A forthcoming project of HBO, Word for Word's production Olive Kitteridge is set in a coastal town in Maine. Olive Kitteridge is filled with the ridiculous, heartbreaking human quirks that make a life. Centered on the relentless and ruthlessly honest Olive...
Thursday, September 2, 2010
at Bottom of the Hill (9pm)

"You don't need to be able to read Cyrillic to understand this Russian band - a fluency in groovy post-punk and edgy guitar rock is all that's required." - The New Yorker
NightLife at the Academy
Friday, September 3, 2010
at Shoreline Amphitheatre (6pm)

One of the most powerful of power trios, with 25 collective feet of beard and 41 years of Texas rasp. (Though the rasp was there from the beginning: what do you expect from the throats of a band named after Zig Zag rolling papers?) The hit mushmouther...
at UC Berkeley (8pm)

BAM/PFA welcomes back a true American original, master composer-pianist Terry Riley, in a concert to celebrate his 75th birthday. After his acclaimed performance last year, Riley returns with Gyan Riley to open...
at Mezzanine (9pm)

Having remixed for the likes of Pnau, The Presets, Faker, Datarock, Party and Midnight Juggernauts in the space of a year, Miami Horror has been propelled to sit justifiably amongst some of the biggest names in music...
at Blake's On Telegraph (9pm)

Featuring: Richie Panic (Wanted), Justin Illusion Vs. DJ Wes V.2 (B33 Events), Mikeyy Dropz (BAYssline Events), 18 plus...
Saturday, September 4, 2010
at El Rio (3pm)

A Saturday afternoon soul music dance party...playing 60s girl groups, early 70s soulful funk, boogaloo, garage & northern soul stompers...
at Femina Potens (7pm)

This month Femina Potens invites you to reflect on the psyche of the 21st century. Our latest visual art exhibit "Beyond Darkness and Light" illuminates the beautifully stained parts of the human condition. We are thrilled...
at Shoreline Amphitheatre (7pm)

More and more kids discover them in their local modern-rock rotation, while their parents realize they're not as scary as they used to be. Gone are the days of Gilman spitfire and street cred...
at Bottom of the Hill (9:30pm)

Two-man duo The Ferocious Few formed in 2006 when Francisco Fernandez (composer/guitar/vocals) and Daniel Aguilar (percussion) took their informal jam sessions in Oakland, CA to the streets of San Francisco with a portable PA...
at Ruby Skye (9pm)

Confident. Exuberant. Raw. Innovative. These are just a few of the words industry insiders and fans have used to describe the talent behind one of America's favorite house DJs...
Sunday, September 5, 2010
at TBA (4pm - 6am)

Why leave the bay on Labor Day weekend when the tourists go home and the weather's at its summertime best? For those of you here to experience the bliss, come check out some of the best DJ acts San Francisc...
at Harry Denton's Starlight Room (9pm)

This is the 10th year of SF's longest running 3-Day weekend party. Celebrate Labor Day in style and enjoy a guilt-free Sunday night of DJs, dancing, cocktails, and friends while enjoying the gorgeous views of San Francisco's skyline from the 21st floor atop Union Square!
at Elbo Room (9pm)

Dub Misison celebrates 14 years of spreading the dub virus with a Bay Area exclusive show with Dr. Israel.
Monday, September 6, 2010
at Great American Music Hall (see listing for times)

Part swampy juke joint brawlers, part smooth Philly warehouse doo-wop crooners, a sprinkling of wild-eyed, demon-haunted art hustler, and a hint of punky kindergarten playroom Pollyannas, Man Man bring...
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