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FREE Ra Ra Riot Show in Golden Gate Park on Sunday

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The fine people over at Spin hollered at me to let me know, so I could let you know, that Ra Ra Riot will be performing for FREE on Sunday in Golden Gate Park.  But wait, it gets better.  Spin will be providing bagels, donuts and coffee too!  All you gotta do is show up and bring a blanket, your bad-ass self and some friends.  That is if you still have any after that stunt you’re gonna pull Saturday night (yes, I just read your future and yes you need to lay off the tequila).

Here’s the thing, it runs from 9 to 10am . . . don’t give me that look, I know how early that is.  Think about it, Ra Ra Riot would do it for you.  Well not really, but did I mention there will be FREE bagels, donuts and coffee?  Oh yeah, I did.

FREE Ra Ra Riot Show
Golden Gate Park, Conservatory of Flowers (to the right behind the statue)
Sunday July 12th, 9 – 10am
FREE bagels, donuts and coffee

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  1. Jason
    July 12, 2009 at 10:32 am

    I just got back from this show. They only did a short two song acoustic set, but it was great fun with everyone sitting all close up, the beautiful park, and of course, free coffee and nosh. Thanks for the heads-up, Stuart!

    • Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
      July 12, 2009 at 10:41 am

      Nice! Thanks for the recap! I’m glad it was fun. I was watching Monk on the couch while the show was going on.