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Friday, July 5, 2013

BART Service To Return; Celebrate By Riding BART to Burger Boogaloo This Weekend

Posted By on Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 12:27 PM

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And just like that, the mass transit storm has dissipated (for now, anyway). BART will resume service at 3 p.m. Friday, which means cross-bay commutes will be normal again on Monday. But it means something even better: You can take rapid transit to Burger Boogaloo, Burger Records' two-day extravaganza of gritty rock and pop music at Mosswood Park in Oakland. No driving or staying in the East Bay is necessary! Just follow these simple directions:

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In case you need a reminder, Burger Boogaloo is a slammin' music festival that begins at noon each day this weekend. The bill includes rock/punk/weirdo-pop heroes like Oblivians, Mikal Cronin, Shannon and the Clams, and Redd Kross. Here is the lineup in order of performance (per the schedule, first bands begin at 12:30 p.m., last ones begin at 8 p.m.):

Saturday, July 6

Wet Spots

Stompin' Riffraffs

Peach Kelli Pop

Shannon and the Clams

Mikal Cronin

Jonathan Richman



Traditional Fools

Red Kross

Sunday, July 7

Teenage Burritos

Gap Dream

Gravy's Drop

Guantanamo Baywatch

Mean Jeans

The Zeros

DJ Jonathan Toubin/NY Night Train




For more info, read our preview on the Boog here. And enjoy riding BART!

-- @iPORT

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