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Viracocha, the underground music venue on Valencia st. photo credit Jared Swanson

 

The Off Menu Rumor Mill Churns…

A reliable source tells us Viracocha, the wonderful music venue & shop on Valencia Street in the Mission will close August 1st.  If you havn’t gotten the Viracocha experience you may want to get on your horse.  It’s a pretty special place, walking in you can feel the attention to design, art, craftsmanship that went into the space.  From the rich wooden floor boards underfoot, to the cool lighting and stage underground, this has been a nice little home for local live music, comedy, theater and literature in the mission for the last 5 odd years.

There are some great shows there in July, we suggest you check them out, because we are told they will not be there in August.

Viracocha 998 Valencia at 21st Street

July 9th
Daytime Nightlife & Runaway West
Doors 7pm
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July 11th
Fog City Song Writers
8pm // All Ages // $10-$20
Musical performance series developed by San Francisco singer/songwriter Travis Hayes
Featuring: Kat Robichaud M. Lockwood Porter Idea the Artist Kyle Williams Katie Colver
fog city writers

July 15th
The Lowest Pair & We Became Owls
8pm
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For Other Viracocha Events in July visit their Calendar here

 

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