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Friday, August 5, 2011

Reminder/OMFG: The All Shook Down Music Fest Is Tomorrow

Posted By on Fri, Aug 5, 2011 at 3:34 PM

Since you've been living under a rock (or maybe you just bought a Pet Rock and think it's really distractingly cool), we wish to remind you that tomorrow night is SF Weekly's All Shook Down Music Fest at the Regency Ballroom. It's not too late to snag a ticket and catch some great entertainment of the musical persuasion.

In case you need convincing, check out this mixtape featuring tracks from many of the artists on the bill. And make sure you have a towel close by cuz it's about to get H-O-T.


The show features Crystal Castles, Mistah F.A.B., Maus Haus, and many more excellent local artists. The full schedule is available here.

And if you want to learn more about some of the local acts on the bill, check out the interviews we've had with the artists over the past few weeks:

Richie Cunning on San Francisco, Stevie Wonder, and the Wonders of Google Image Search

Con Brio on Playing Soul Music, Needing a Van, and the Serendipity of Craigslist

Battlehooch on Visiting Abandoned Amusement Parks, Signing Names in Blood, and Getting Covered in Goo

The Blank Tapes on Loving S.F., Writing Too Many Songs, and Getting Busted in Colorado

Seasunz on Hip-Hop Activism, Spirituality, and Speaking Klingon

So we'll see you there? Don't worry, we'll save you a good spot.


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