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FREE Unknown Mortal Orchestra Show at The Chapel in SF Tonight

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My boy Aaron just hipped me to this. He’s like “There’s a rad free show tonight.” And I said “Are you asking me on a date or are you telling me so I should write about it?”  He wasn’t asking me on a date…sad face.

Anyways, Unknown Mortal Orchestra are playing a FREE show tonight at The Chapel in The Mission. It’s in conjunction with Newcastle and their Bartender’s Gigs promotion thingy. Sounds pretty cool. Go here to get all the info and to RSVP. You gotta RSVP so they can have your soul. It’s probably a fair trade for a free show. Souls are no big deal, literally everyone has one.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Monday, 9/29
8-11pm
The Chapel
777 Valencia btw 18th & 19th Sts.
[The Mission}
FREE w/RSVP

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