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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Announcing the All Shook Down Pop-Up Party, Featuring Blackbird Blackbird and Coming to Lower Haight Feb. 4

Posted By on Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 8:40 AM

Hey dear readers, friends, haters, and, uh, other people: We're throwing a party for you! (Yes, even you, Dude Who Posts Ungrammatical Rage Anonymously at the Bottom of our Stories.)

All Shook Down is taking over the Noise Pop Pop-Up Shop for our very own Pop-Up Party on Friday, Feb. 4, bringing you live music from Blackbird Blackbird (and others TBA), cool art on the walls, and free schwag galore. It's the one party on Friday night where the conversation can (and should!) get as music-nerdy as possible. It's also a chance to pick nits/talk shit with All Shook Down writers and editors frankly, in person, (with the aid of liquid courage) over our music blogging enterprise. 

Oh, and did we mention? Local electro-psych wizard Blackbird Blackbird is playing! Details after the jump.

The All Shook Down Pop-Up Party Goes Down Friday, Feb. 4, at the Fifty24SF Gallery at 218 Fillmore (at Haight). In addition to our little shindig, the whole neighborhood will be holding its Lower Haight art walk that night, so there will be lots of people, drinking on the street (not legally), and other free entertainment (not that you'll need any with us around).

We'll be announcing more details about the party in the upcoming weeks, so keep your eyes here. In the meantime, clear your schedule for Friday the fourth, collect your most arcane local music facts, and just try to imagine saying those scathing blog comments you leave to a real person, dude.

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