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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Rickshaw Stop Announces 10-Year Anniversary Festival

Posted By on Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 2:20 PM

Upstairs at the Rickshaw
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So Rickshaw Stop, the funky little club near Civic Center on Fell Street, is turning 10 years old next January. In its decade on the S.F. scene, Rickshaw has hosted a frankly crazy number of big names, like M.I.A., Vampire Weekend, Tune-Yards, Toro y Moi, Matthew Dear, Neon Indian, Jesse Ware, and many more.

To celebrate the considerable achievement of keeping a good live music club open in S.F. for 10 years, the Rickshaw's owners are throwing a special week of shows in January. Headliners announced so far include Mikal Cronin and the Spits, but there's a "SUPER AMAZING HEADLINER AND SUPPORT ACT" that the club can't announce until November 24. Tickets will be available individually starting Wednesday, Oct. 23, but the venue will be selling a week-long pass for $65 that will get you into all the shows. Here's the schedule so far:

Tuesday, January 7:

Rickshaw Stop presents


Violent Change

Crez DeeDee

8 pm

$15 adv/$17 doors


Wednesday, January 8

Rickshaw Stop presents


Cool Ghouls


8 pm

$15 adv/$17 doors


Thursday, January 9

Rickshaw Stop and popscene present

SUPER AMAZING HEADLINER AND SUPPORT ACT who will be announced on Nov 24

9:30 pm




Friday, January 10

Rickshaw Stop and Three Kinds of Stupid present



plus Three Kinds of Stupid DJs Brother Grimm, BAS and Chris Baty

9 pm



Saturday, January 11

Rickshaw Stop presents


10 pm



Sunday, January 12

Rickshaw Stop presents


Double Duchess

plus DJ Kidd Sysko (cockblock)

8 pm


Tickets for these shows go onsale tomorrow on the venue's website. It's a little early still, but happy 10 years to the Rickshaw!

-- @iPORT

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