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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Potrero Club Mighty Celebrates 10 Years of Greatness

Posted By on Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 4:00 PM

NAVJIT GILL
  • Navjit Gill

From the latest SF Weekly:

Distant Thunder: It might not seem all that long, but a decade is a lifetime in club years. The nightlife industry is one of constant change, and, in all likelihood, those clubs that are popular today won't be tomorrow. And those venues that do manage to stick around can easily get trapped in a downward spiral of noise complaints, changing tastes, and diminishing returns. With that said, it's a testament to the vitality of Mighty that the warehouse-like Potrero Hill nightclub has managed to stay relevant for so long. December marks the passage of the venue's 10th year in San Francisco. [continue reading]

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And we recommend shows for the week:

Kaki King at Swedish American Hall on Thursday (tonight!).

The Tubes at Yoshi's on Friday.

Mikal Cronin/The Bay Brewed at Public Works on Saturday.

Lissie at the Independent on Saturday.


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