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All Shook Down Festival in North Beach Part 2 

Janelle Monae, Neon Indian, Jazz Mafia All Stars and an army of amazing bands took over the streets of North Beach on Sunday for SF Weekly's first ever All Shook Down Music Festival. The sun surprised everyone by coming out from the clouds, and crowds of music lovers danced from bar to the streets to catch their favorite acts. Check out Part 1 of the festival photos here. Photos by Joseph Schell, Calibree Photography, and Chris MacArthur.
Joseph Schell
Bare Wires
Joseph Schell
Bare Wires
Joseph Schell
At least they're being good sports about it.
Joseph Schell
Bare Wires
Calibree Photography
AB & The Sea
Calibree Photography
AB & The Sea
Chris MacArthur
A concert-goer shows off his bling.
Calibree Photography
DJ Royale
Chris MacArthur
A group of festival attendees check out the scene.
Joseph Schell
Ghosts on Tape
Chris MacArthur
Crowd members strike their best band pose.
Joseph Schell
Ghosts on Tape
Chris MacArthur
Joseph Schell
Grass Window
Joseph Schell
Getting down
Joseph Schell
Grass Window
Joseph Schell
Disco Shawn
Chris MacArthur
Smile for the camera!
Calibree Photography
Shaking it at All Shook Down
Chris MacArthur
Calibree Photography
Forrest Day
Chris MacArthur
Joseph Schell
Forrest Day
Calibree Photography
Janelle Monae
Joseph Schell
Janelle Monae
Calibree Photography
Drummer with Janelle Monae
Joseph Schell
Janelle Monae
Joseph Schell
Janelle Monae
Joseph Schell
Janelle Monae
Joseph Schell
Janelle Monae
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Joseph Schell
Bare Wires
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