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The Phono Del Sol Festival is This Saturday!


I had so much fun hosting the Phono Del Sol Festival last year. I got to hang out, meet rad people, drink beer, and listen to good music. What else could you want in a weekend afternoon? If you said “Nothing” then I have good news for you! The 2013 Phono Del Sol Festival is this Saturday, July 13th. Here’s all the info. I’m just copying and pasting it, but fuck it, I’m busy:

Fans of indie music and food trucks take note: the 2013 Phono del Sol Music and Food Festival is coming on July 13, 2013! This third annual celebration of great Bay Area music and food returns to Potrero del Sol Park in San Francisco’s Mission District for an all-day, all ages extravaganza.

Produced by The Bay Bridged, Phono del Sol 2013 features eight terrific local food trucks serving up a variety of tasty and creative fare: Doc’s of the Bay, Whisk on Wheels, Kasa Indian, Voodoo Van, Kung Fu Tacos, Frozen Kuhsterd, Adam’s Grub Truck, and Tacos San Buena.

The trucks will be joined at the festival by twelve top-notch indie rock bands on two stages, mixing local favorites with several of the West Coast’s best performers for a day of exciting and eclectic sounds. Co-headlined by SF’s unstoppable garage titans Thee Oh Sees and LA electro-pop virtuosos YACHT, they’ll be joined by garage poppers Bleached, NYC-via-SF rapper K.Flay, guitar shredder Marnie Stern, SF synth-pop duo Painted Palms, and many more.

Tickets for the festival are on sale now for just $20! More information about all of the festivities are available at

Have fun!

Phono Del Sol Festival
Saturday, July 13th
11:30am – 7pm
Potrero Del Sol Park
25th St. @ Utah St.
[The Mission]

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