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Live Music This Week: Seinabo Sey, Huichica Festival, Lil Wayne & More

Under-the-radar festival alert: you should absolutely consider the Huichica Festival in Sonoma for your upcoming weekend plans. The lineup is filled with all sorts of soon-to-be and already-prominent acts such as Sonny and the Sunsets, Fresh and Onlys, and Amen Dunes (more on them below). Plus wine. Duh. 

Live Music This Week: Jenny Lewis, Spoon, Chromeo, and More

Let’s dance. And rock. And stand idly in amazement. And headbang. And worship. And stay up too late on weeknights. And empty our wallets. And...check out these shows already. 

This Week in Live Music: Fleetwood Mac, Stone Temple Pilots, Belle and Sebastian

It’s not quite Goatchella, but this week is the unofficial start of Fauxchella or whatever silly Coachella pun with which you’d like to embarrass yourself (note: I am the king of this game). Which means there are too many shows happening and you’re about to go broke…

This Week In Live Music: Sam Smith, Bush, & More

Big week on the live music tip, folks. Dig deep and get your act together and check out the following acts.

This Week In Live Music: Phosphorescent, Patti Smith, Mates of State, & More

Sad news out of the Fillmore district last week: the beloved jazz/hip-hop lounge formerly known as Yoshi’s—and more recently known as The Addition—shut its doors this past week. In its honor, we suggest putting on a Duke Ellington record (The OKeh Ellington), pouring a glass of sumpin-sumpin, pouring some of said sumpin-sumpin on the floor, and remember that we at least still have Yoshi's Oakland and SFJazz Center.

This Week In Live Music: French Montana, Questlove, and More

A killer concert is all you want for Christmas, and that’s what you shall have.

Best Bets This Week in Live Bay Area Music

There’s no cutting down this week’s list of shows worth your dollar. Just give in, go broke, and rejoice in an embarrassment of live music riches.

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