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I would mind having a Cash Pony

The Rumble SF is a monthly live music showcase from the people behind NoisePop and Treasure Island Music Festival. It’s been going on for a couple months now at a couple different venues in the city, (and it’s not just limited to SF, apparently) but this month I’m obligated to talk about it because it’s right in my backyard at Milk Bar on Haight. Between The Rumble and Epicsauce‘s semi-weekly Thursday night shows, Milk Bar is quickly shedding it’s image as a divey reggaeton club and adding “rock venue” to it’s resume.

The Rumble’s lineup this month includes City Light, The Downer Party, and Chasing Kings. There’s also a happy hour show with Cash Pony and DJ Bagel Ted will be filling in any empty space. And of course, the flyer is advertising Trumer Pils beer specials, but no word on the price. (My money’s on $3)

Admission is FREE if you RSVP on SonicLiving, which is kind of like a social network for people who go to shows, except no one really uses it for anything but RSVPing to free concerts. Hop on over to the event page here on Futuresounds to listen to the bands so you act like  you’ve already heard of them when you get there.

The Rumble SF
Wednesday, June 9th
8:30pm – close
Milk Bar
1840 Haight St (between Stanyan and Shrader) [Upper Haight]
FREE Cover with RSVP
Unspecified Trumer Pils Specials
More band info and streaming music

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