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Commune SF Featuring Twin Steps, The Tambo Rays & More This Weds!

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Who likes FREE live music? You do! That’s who! Since that’s the case, here’s the details about a rad FREE show for you all:

Commune’s next event is 7/10 at the Elbo Room starting at 9 PM. Commune is a monthly event happening event happening every second Wednesday of the month. We are anti-big industry and pro-local, and in particular, take a stance against big tobacco. We are NOT anti-smoker, just want to create awareness without preaching at people. So each month we host a different local band, DJ, designer and artist to support local.

The events are free to the public, and are a great way for local artists in San Francisco to share their work. Designers are allowed to sell their products via trunk shows and commune will not take any of their profits. We are stoked to bring Commune to San Francisco and want anyone to participate whether that be he/she attends the event, plays music or sells his/her work.

Here’s what’s going down:

TWIN STEPS 
THE TAMBO RAYS
PHNTM CLUB
Popgang DJs

Limited Edition Commune Poster and Tee Design By: OH NORI
Handmade Wallets by: GoldFox
Terrariums by: Urban Seed
Photos Taken By: Harland Spinks

Enjoy!

Commune SF Show
Wednesday 7/10
9pm-2pm
The Elbo Room
647 Valencia btw 17th and 18th Sts.
[The Mission]
FREE

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