Thee Oh Sees
Phono Del Sol is hands-down the best festival for giving and getting hugs in San Francisco. Featuring two stages attendees simply need to walk back and forth from one stage to the other every 30 minutes.
Look, I know this concert isn’t until December, but it’s one of those sponsored-by-a-liquor company deals where you have to RSVP ahead of time. Which you should do. Right here. Because if you don’t and you get turned away from a FREE concert that you had plenty of notice about
At the risk, or guarantee, of sounding like an asshole, I’ve gotten so spoiled by press passes that I can no longer purchase tickets to things. So, when the passes don’t come through, I gotta go to FREE shows. Here are a couple happening this week: Wednesday’s Rumble party at
If you didn’t venture out last night for the first Thursday of the month art stuff, don’t you worry — you can still start April off right with the Lower Haight Art Walk! Tonight from 7pm-10pm along Haight Street between Scott and Webster, there will be FREE art to ponder,
Ty Segall is hypnotizing. A bit of a trip in modern rock, he blends old standards with dance-y beats and plenty of noise to create something truly unique. He’s local, and contributes and collaborates with one of my favorite local bands, Thee Oh Sees. He’s playing the SF Amoeba today