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Live Music and 20+ Visual Artist at Second Branch’s Two Year Anniversary

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Hey folks. Just gotta cut and past this one since I’m pretty slammed, but it does sound like a pretty bad ass event. Check it out:

Lower Branch is back again for their Two Year Anniversary at 111 Minna Gallery and if you were in attendance last year then you know it it was bonkers! They bring with them artwork from 20+ artists from two coasts and a musical line up like none other with cuts being held down by DJ Quest and DJ 2Fresh in the 2nd st gallery while DJ Bad DJ hosts the Zappa room with performances by ZMan, Rec League, Rime Force Most Illin, Mint Rock, and Khafre of BPOS. Friday August 24th at 111 Minna Gallery SF 8pm – 2am and as always only $5 at the door 21+ w ID. Feel free to like Lower Branch on facebook and support them so they can continue to support you! www.facebook.com/lowerbranch

Lower Branch Two Year Anniversary
Friday, 8/24
8pm – 2pm
111 Minna Gallery
111 Minna @ 2nd St.
[Soma]
$5

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