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Tito Puente Jr.
THU. 07/02 | 7:30PM @ YOSHI’S OAKLAND
The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, his music. No doubt, every time Tito Jr. walks on stage – he walks in his father’s footsteps.
ADMISSION: $24

The Boy Bands/Girl Groups Music Video Sing-A-Long Show
FRI. 07/03 | 9:00PM – 11:30PM @ ROXIE THEATER
Put down that copy of Tiger Beat, coordinate outfits with two to four friends, and book it to the Roxie Theatre to spice up your life during this 90s boy/girl band sing-a-long.
ADMISSION: $10

4th of July Celebration at The Pier
SAT. 07/04 | 12:00PM @ PIER 39
PIER 39 celebrates Independence Day with family fun featuring activities and musical entertainment. The fun starts at 12pm, at approximately 9:30pm, spectators will see an elaborate fireworks display over the San Francisco Bay.
ADMISSION: FREE

Fillmore Jazz Festival
SUN. 07/05 | 10:00AM @ FILLMORE STREET
Filmore Street between Jakson and Eddy. Blending art and soul in one of the country’s most unique neighborhoods, the Fillmore Jazz Festival is the largest free Jazz festival on the West Coast.
ADMISSION: FREE

Happy Hour All Day & Free Pool
MON. 07/06 | ALL DAY @ THE PLOUGH AND STARS
No one does mid-day happy hour better than San Francisco. And there’s nowhere better I can personally imagine being than a bar that has a pool table, cheap drinks and non-Mission crowds. Now, if only they served food.
ADMISSION: FREE

Barna Howard
TUE. 07/07 | 9:00PM @ BRICK & MORTAR MUSIC HALL
Barna Howard ruminates on his relationship with his small hometown of Eureka, MO. Now entrenched in Portland, OR, many of his new album’s (Quite A Feelin’) tracks immortalize and reflect on the lost small town Americana charm of Eureka he once knew, while others focus on the relationships that define his new home out west.
ADMISSION: FREE

“A” is for Art Show Opening Reception
WED. 07/08 | 7:00PM @ RARE DEVICE
Presenting an exhibition of work by artist Nigel Sussman; isometric line drawings from Nigel’s upcoming illustrated alphabet book: Alphabet Compendium.
ADMISSION: FREE

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