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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Yeah Yeah Yeahs, James Murphy, The Antlers, Squarepusher, More to Play Free at Fort Mason

Posted By on Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 9:09 AM

click to enlarge Playing for free this month in S.F.
  • Playing for free this month in S.F.

While the music industry gathers in Austin for SXSW, San Francisco will get a two-day confab of art and music, courtesy of Vice and Intel's Creator's Project. On March 17 and 18, the project is taking over Fort Mason, bringing live performances from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Squarepusher, the Antlers, James Murphy, and more, along with a number of big art installations and panels. And the kicker? Just like the best parts of SXSW, it's all free with RSVP. Check the full lineup and details after the jump.

Billed as a "two-day art and technology festival," the Creator's Project will include multimedia installations, film screenings, Off the Grid food trucks, panels, and live performances from the following:

Yeah Yeah Yeahs


The Antlers

James Murphy (DJ Set)


Zola Jesus

Shabazz Palaces

The Hundred in the Hands

Teen Daze

New Pants and Feng Mengbo

This will be the Creator's Project's first West Coast stop. It takes places March 17 and 18 at Fort Mason, and, yes, it's free if you RSVP.


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