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Friday, April 1, 2011

Tommy Guerrero and Umamimart Present a Japan Relief Show at the Burritt Room

Posted By on Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 7:49 AM

click to enlarge Guerrero: Doin' his part for Japan.
  • Guerrero: Doin' his part for Japan.
In just the latest of several Japan earthquake benefit shows to hit S.F., local skater/musical mastermind Tommy Guerrero has announced plans with the food and drink lovers over at Umamimart for a special event at the Crescent Hotel's Burritt Room. Guerrero, who recently dropped a new album of jazzy-folky-rock-y instrumental jamming called Lifeboats and Follies, will bring a full band to the show, along with several DJs. All the proceeds from the event will go to Second Harvest Japan, a Tokyo-based organization that's essentially Japan's first food bank.

The Gift of Food benefit goes down next Tuesday, April 5, at the Burritt Room, with food from Peko-Peko Japanese catering and Sandbox Bakery. The cost is $40 advance/$45 door -- but remember, all of it goes to help provide food and essentials to the people of Northern Japan.
 

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