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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

We're Throwing a Free Party with Richie Cunning, Blackbird Blackbird, and Lots of PBR

Posted By on Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 5:37 PM


And so the awesomeness scheduled for our All Shook Down Pop-Up Party on Feb. 4 increases:

For the good of all, we will present S.F. rapper Richie Cunning (now opening on Hieroglyphics' current tour), electro-psych purveyor Blackbird Blackbird, ourselves (the opinionated/disheveled music writers of SF Weekly), and a bunch of other cool people (you, plural), all in one place.

For free.

With Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Seriously, how can you not be there?

You can't. So don't pretend. Just show up to the Fifty24SF Gallery at 218 Fillmore (at Haight) in the evening of Friday, Feb. 4, and get ready to have a good time.

Good live local music, fun humans, and the music staff of your favorite alt-weekly/local music blog primed for banter, mocking, self-deprecation, music nerdery, and whatever other antics you have in mind. Plus, if you get bored with us, the Lower Haight art walk will be in full swing for your street-drinking pleasure. But you won't get bored, because:

So, see you there? We better.

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