Skip to Navigation Skip to Content

330 Ritch

"Meat Is Murder" at 330 Ritch's Thanksgiving

The title may be a bit misleading, but both vegetarians and carnivores are welcome at 330 Ritch's annual "Meat Is Murder" Thanksgiving party. The event name has less to do with animal rights and more to do with the Smiths, whose 1985 album of the same name will be played by cover group This Charming Band. (For the uninitiated, "This Charming Man" was one of the band's biggest hits.) As lovers of the Smiths, lead singer Morrissey, and all of the mopey, poppy goodness of the Britpop all-stars, we're excited to burn off some Turkey Day calories jumping around to "How Soon Is Now?" and "Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before," among other hits.

Friday's Biggest Dance Party: Heat Seeker At 330 Ritch

In their first ever live event, San Franpsycho has paired up with Versus Magazine SF to put on what may be the night's biggest dance party at 330 Ritch. Besides 9-11pm cocktail specials, Vin Sol, DJ Clarify and The Cataracs with DJ Havoc will be ripping up the dance floor until the wee hours of the morning. Bonus: If you bring a shirt, San Franpsycho will be doing live screen printing on site. So if you're ready for Friday night's biggest sweat-fest RSVP to (subject: Heat Seeker) and make sure to get there early. We'll see you there.

Zion I CD Release Party at 330 Ritch

Zion I interrupted 330 Ritch's regular Tuesday night bash, Pacific Standard Time (or PST), last night to perform a sweat-induced, groupie-loving 30 minute preview set from their new album, The Takeover, which dropped yesterday. The place was packed even though it wasn't really advertised. Perhaps it was the teeny tiny $5 cover or maybe it was because the entire Zion I crew was in full attendance. Everyone from Codany Holiday to K. Flay and even Deuce Eclipse made a 3-minute appearance. If the album is as bumpin' as the release party was, it sure it won't disappoint.

Gin Wigmore Performs at 330 Ritch

Gin Wigmore performed at 330 Ritch on Tuesday.  Check out photos below.

View photos from the concert

To see more photos, visit

330 Ritch Re-Launch Party

On Friday, April 4 legendary SF nightclub 330 Ritch held a party to celebrate the club’s newly renovated interior and updated mission statement to help diversify the SF community through music. The event featured a frenzied set by DJ Scene, drinks and dancing in the re-vamped industrial space. In addition to aesthetic changes, 330 Ritch is now the official SF venue of Spin Magazine, who will help co-host must-see shows through the year.

John Antonini, Justin Roja
Daily Newsletters

Essential SF knowledge in your inbox