It’s a Pride giveaway! Ready to have the most fun you’ll ever have in the beautiful San Francisco Bay? Join us for wild waves and wild times aboard Noise Pop and #DoTheGay’s first-ever Pride boat party on Hornblower Cruises & Events San Francisco’s Alive After Five cruise, captained by Deep
Glasser, is an American singer-songwriter and record producer signed to True Panther Sounds. She released her debut EP, Apply, on May 26, 2009, followed by debut album Ring on September 24, 2010. Saturday, June 30, 2018 | Bottom of the Hill | Purchase your tickets here
Fantastic Negrito is a man’s truth told in the form of black roots music. Each song a real story about a musician from Oakland who experienced the highs of a million dollar record deal, the lows of a near fatal car accident that left him in a coma, and is
The Sea And Cake deliver a refreshingly intimate collection of elegantly arranged, singular pop songs. For over two decades and 11 albums, The Sea And Cake have honed a sound all their own, comprised of delicate, intertwining guitar patterns, syncopated rhythms, and airy melodies. Masters of subtlety, their compositions have
When you’re young, broke and beautiful AND living in one of the most expensive cities in the world it can be hard finding entertainment for free. Lucky for you here’s a list of four events going on around the city this weekend that cost no dinero. FRIDAY JUNE 8th BRYANT
Death Guild began in 1993 at a venue called The Pit, currently AsiaSF (definitely not as spooky sounding). It is one of the longest running industrial/goth nights in the United States.
This week harnesses all the uncertainty of negotiations with North Korea and a stock market tanking over the threat of new sanctions, but we’re pretty clear on a few things: racists, basketball, Puerto Rico and righteous love for Tower of Power. Racists and the “in” crowd Far be it for
Broke-Ass Stuart is a proud sponsor of the SF Docfest! A wonderful festival full of great independent films and really fun events all over the SF! It’s festival season in the Bay Area. And no, I’m not talking about some massive, $300 a ticket, porta-pottied, music festival. Fuck no. We’re