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Live Music This Week: Jamie xx, Young Thug, Beirut & More

Listen up, music fans. Here are the best live shows in the Bay Area this week.

Catch a Show at One of These Quirky Indie Music Joints


The Bay Area is home to some seriously iconic music venues: the Greek, the Fillmore, Golden Gate Park. But sometimes the best shows go down in the most unexpected places. Here are seven unique music joints with stories all their own. 

Live Music This Week: Zedd, Ben Folds, Washed Out, and More

New Orleans institution Dirty Dozen Brass Band descends upon San Francisco this week, plus more live concerts to check out. 

Live Music This Week: Ariana Grande, Brian Wilson, and More

Tuesday: Ariana Grande at Shoreline Amphitheater

Ariana Grande’s been so busy she couldn’t even make time for the VMA’s, and apparently that's a problem for some people. The universe-famous pop star comes to Shoreline on her "Honeymoon Tour" in support of her 2015 album My Everything. She made time for us so please reciprocate.

Sneak Peek: Goldenvoice to Open Underground Music Venue Social Hall SF

An underground venue, long home to quieter private events, is emerging from the shadows as Social Hall SF. Look for public concerts and big events this fall.

The Armory Goes from Kink HQ to San Francisco's Newest Music Venue

It's time to trade in your whips and chains for concert tickets and overpriced G&Ts. 

Live Music This Week: Miguel, Hall & Oates, and More

This week, some of the greatest popular rock songs the world has ever known will be played in the Bay Area. 

Live Music This Week: Atmosphere, Bells Atlas, NOFX, and More

Hip-hop and punk royalty descend upon the Bay Area this weekend.

Live Music This Week: Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj, and More

Yes, Outside Lands hasn’t been over for more than 24 hours and we’re already firing you up for more live music. That’s what junkies do.

Live Music This Week: Jamie xx, Ty Segall, and More

Is tonight the most important show Bimbo's has ever put on? Perhaps.

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