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San Francisco’s Doomed fest 

Wednesday, Aug 12 2009

San Francisco's doomed," O.G. proto-punks Crime sang, "I need me some kicks!" With that attitude in mind, the S.F. All-Ages Show Space Project, Thrillhouse Records, and Maximumrocknroll mag organized the five-day San Francisco's Doomed fest benefiting their quest for a permanent all-ages punk club — and, yes, it definitely promises some kicks. Music styles range from nerdy punk-pop, nail-hammering thrash, and acoustic-armed whiskey rebellions to stoner rock, homocore, and more. Crime itself headlines the festival's closing show. And with most events $5 and open to everyone with a birth certificate, it's an all-inclusive party to boot.

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