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SF Symphony

THU & FRI 7/16 – 17 | 7:30PM @ San Francisco Symphony

Watch JJ Abrams’ Star Trek on the BIG screen, in a building built for sound…The SF Symphony will play all the musical parts.  This promises to be epic.

Admission: Tickets prices just got slashed up to %50 for Thurs, Fri & Monday shows!

Talking Back: Voices of Color

SAT. 7/18 | 1PM @ Modern Times Bookstore Collective

A dynamic new anthology featuring voices of youth, feminists, political prisoners, immigrants, and history makers. Talking Back: Voices of Color (Red Letter Press, 2015), presents an unusually diverse group of writers speaking out on issues affecting communities of color. Contributors share tales of survival, explore little-known history, and offer insightful cultural reviews.

Admission: FREE

2015 Graffiti Arts Festival

SAT. 7/18 | 12pm @ Precita Park

The Urban Youth Arts Festival is in its 19th year of bringing out the walls, recycled from year to year. In addition to the live painting, there’s typically a lineup of live music and drumming, a kids art station and a BBQ potluck.

Admission: FREE

Alemany Flea Market

SUN. 7/19 | 7AM-3PM @ 100 Alemany Blvd

This Sunday market provides farm-fresh fare, artisanal goods & street eats in a laid-back atmosphere.

Admission: FREE

The Stinky Cheese Club

TUES. 7/21 | 5:30PM @ Bender’s

Bring in some cheese, crackers, fruit, veggies, etc…  (make it something impressive, not just the cheapest thing you got at Safeway) and get a free ice cold can of PBR or a well drink.

Admission: FREE (minus cost of cheese)

Charli XCX

THU. 7/23 | 7:30PM @ Fox Theatre

22 year-old singer and songwriter Charli XCX’s rise to international pop stardom has been nothing short of meteoric. Charli has toured the globe with the likes of Katy Perry and Coldplay while writing and featuring on some of the biggest songs of recent years — selling over 17 million singles combined worldwide.

Admission: $36 or Win Tickets HERE.

Check out even MORE kick-ass events on our SF calendar here!

Rad Upcoming NY Events


Downtown Brooklyn Nights: Soul Khan, Deuce Ellis + Amani Fela

WED. 7/22 | 6pm @ Willoughby Plaza

For week 3 of “Downtown Brooklyn Nights,” your favorite new outdoor music series Wednesdays in July, we are paying homage to Brooklyn’s roots with an amazing Hip-Hop line up.

Admission: FREE

Citifari Photo Walking Tour

SAT. 7/18 | 9:30am @ CENTRAL PARK

Learn how to capture the essence of the second most-visited attraction in the world on camera! This tour features some of Central Park’s lakes, bridges, unique constructions, vegetation and also the skyline of Manhattan.

Admission: $10


Jorge Drexler / Diego Garcia / Danay Suarez

SUN. 07/19 | 7:00PM @ CENTRAL PARK

See these awesome musicians play a FREE show in Central Park. Admission is first-come, first served until capacity is reached.

Admission: FREE


FAILE: Savage/Sacred Young Minds

WED. 7/15- SUN.7/19 @ Brooklyn Museum

This collaboration between Brooklyn-based artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller features immersive environments that invite visitors to engage with the work, and to question consumer culture, religious traditions, and the urban environment.

Admission: $16

An Evening Stroll In Central Park

THU. 7/23 | 6:00PM @ CENTRAL PARK

Central Park Conservancy guides will lead you on a casual walk from the southeast corner of the Park to Bethesda Terrace. Learn about the Zoo, the Arsenal, Balto, The Mall, Bethesda Terrace and Fountain, and the Lake on this tour designed for New York summer evenings.

Admission: FREE

Check out even MORE kick-ass events on our NYC calendar here!

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