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Commune SF One Year Anniversary – featuring Steed Lord, Tiaras, Popgang DJs and More THIS WED!

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Commune SF turns one this Wednesday! Come celebrate a year of great bands, vendors, and designers with us on this Wednesday, April 9th, at the Elbo Room starting at 9 PM. As always, it’s FREE.

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.

Here’s what’s happening:

Steed Lord

Tiaras

POPGANG DJs

Pop-up By:

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Jewelry By:

Goldielockes Designs

Limited Edition Commune Poster and tee design by:

Fabian Molina

Photos Taken By:

Harland Spinks

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