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Tomorrow Night: Free Local Music and $1 PBR at Milk Bar

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When you go to college in the town that made Dave Matthews popular you start to associate the term “local music” with shitty cover bands and impressively mediocre acts that might not ever release anything more substantial than xeroxed fliers to their show at a friend’s house.

San Francisco, on the other hand, has been churning out some great local acts recently. So if you’ve been searching for that next band you can tell your boring friends back East about, then local shows like tomorrow night’s edition of presents… at Milk Bar in the Haight are great ways to hear some new music and do some drinking on the cheap.

Kevin over at has lined up three local acts that you might have heard of if you follow any of the local music news: There’s music-nerd-favorite, post-punk French Miami, White Cloud (who promise to “some kind of percussive assault”), and Silian Rail who our friends at the DeliSF called one of the best live shows of 2009.

And in case you need something to tell your friends to convince them to come along, Milk Bar will be selling PBRs at the low, low price of $1 all night long. (Plus, you know, they don’t have to pay to get in.)

Epicsauce presents…
French Miami, White Cloud, Silian Rail
Milk Bar
1840 Haight St at Cole [Upper Haight]
8:30pm – last call
Thursday, March 11th
$1 PBR served all night

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Andrew is an East Coast transplant from Virginia hamming it up in San Francisco without any intention of leaving. Having worked every typical job from Bike Shop Employee to Bartender to Ad Agency Hotshot, to Dotcom Layoff he now busts his ass covering the "weird things to do" beat for gracious local audiences at and rallies the Western Addy/Lower Haight/Panhandle neighborhoods into action at His work was published in a real, paper magazine one time. One day he might even figure out how to make money from it.

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