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Commune SF Featuring Evil Eyes, Wiles, Yellow Belly and More THIS WED!

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Commune SF is back 8/14 at the Elbo Room starting at 9 PM! WTF is Commune? It’s a movement of artists, designers, musicians and people that take a stand against tobacco corporations, their practices and their presence in the scene. Commune takes this stance by being pro-local- so each month, a different local band, DJ, designer, and artist is hosted at a Commune SF event to support local. The events are always the second Wednesday of each month, are always FREE!

Here’s what’s going down:

EVIL EYES

WILES

Yellow Belly

Popgang DJs

Limited Edition Commune Poster and Tee Design By: Andrew McGranahan

Trunk Show By: Door Knobs and Bloomsticks

Photos Taken By: Harland Spinks

Commune SF Show
Wednesday 8/14
9pm-2pm
The Elbo Room
647 Valencia btw 17th and 18th Sts.
[The Mission]
FREE

 

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