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Monday, June 27, 2011

Announcing SF Weekly's All Shook Down Music Fest 2011, Featuring Crystal Castles

Posted By on Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 8:48 AM

Crystal Castles performing a sold-out show at the Warfield earlier this year.
  • Crystal Castles performing a sold-out show at the Warfield earlier this year.

Hey, San Francisco, the All Shook Down Music Fest is returning for 2011. Different place, different vibe, same goal: to put some of the best local musicians together in one showcase, capped off with a big headliner.

On August 6, we're taking over several floors in the Regency Center to bring you a full evening of local music -- rock, hip-hop, electronic, and more -- plus a headlining, end-of-the-night live set by electronic duo Crystal Castles.

Along with great live music, there will be tasty food (of course!) and a marketplace featuring local vendors. The whole thing goes down in the evening of Saturday, Aug. 6, at the Regency Center. Tickets go on sale this Thursday, June 30.

We'll be announcing more details of the musical lineup every day this week. For now, take in some Crystal Castles -- and clear your schedule for the first Saturday night in August.


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