Hardly Strictly Bluegrass
The Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival is of course an online livestream this year, a scaled-down, three hour affair happening Saturday, October 3, from 2-5 p.m. PT. (Though you can still make it a three-day watch party with their 20 years of archived shows.) But the festival is also giving back
Ah yes, that time of the year again, that time in the Fall musical season when the hordes from the outer lands of the Bay Area pour into the already bursting at the seams streets of San Francisco to enjoy some free music, shake their fragile hips to, fro, do-si-do,
Broke-Ass Stuart has been at the center of the events and arts scene in the Bay Area for over 15 years. And right now we are looking to bring on a new editor to focus on events as the world begins to open back up. This is a cool opportunity since events will be taking
While the rest of the Northern Hemisphere is blowing sad kisses to their shorts and sundresses while mournfully closing the drawers their summer clothes live in, San Franciscans are taking off as much clothing as possible and running outside.
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass is probably the whitest music festival in the Bay Area. But the lineup is not completely white performers! The are some outstanding African American, Latino and Native American acts booked for this weekend’s largest free music festival in the U.S. When you’ve grown tired of the soft-country
Rad Upcoming SF Events Jo Kreiter: Needles to Thread THU. 10/01 | 8:00PM @ YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS Choreographer and aerial site-artist Jo Kreiter presents an off the ground dance production suspended between buildings in a Tenderloin alley. ADMISSION: FREE Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2015 FRI. 10/02 – SUN.
Every third Thursday our friends at the Contemporary Jewish Museum will be putting on a show. This time The Sam Chase will be performing live, and it’s all for a mere $5. Honestly this may be the best deal you’ll get in the city this month. In honor of one of San Francisco’s
San Francisco’s weather is something people like to talk about…ad nauseam. I find that places that have very little change in weather, and for the most part are fairly temperate, tend to be the places where people talk about weather the most. This fair city falls into this category
BAS is giving away two FREE tickets to Your Guide to Festivals Live. A forum where you’ll get to explore the world’s biggest festivals and hear the stories from the founders of some of the biggest festivals in North America; SF PRIDE, Burning Man and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass. There will