seu-jorge-tickets_11-26-16_17_579bdbe91d7b3Seu Jorge plays David Bowie at Regency Ballroom tonight.


Friday, November 25

Watsky @ The Warfield
Formerly from San Francisco and now living in Los Angeles (though we don't hold that against him), the extremely fast talking rapper Watsky has also written a collection of essays titled How To Ruin Everything.

Aurora, Foreign Air @ The Fillmore
Young Norwegian singer-songwriter Aurora released her debut album only this year and is already headlining The Fillmore. 

Seu Jorge Presents: The Life Aquatic — A Tribute To David Bowie @ THe Regency Ballroom
Enjoy one of the most therapeutic outlets to remember David Bowie with Seu Jorge's Portuguese covers of some of Bowie's best work from the Wes Anderson film, The Life Aquatic.

Saturday, November 26

GRIZ, Lettuce, Haywire, Brasstracks @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Joshua Huver recommends this post-Thanksgiving "major infusion of funk" while digesting yesterday's apple pie.

House of Floyd @ The Chapel
An immersive — and local — Pink Floyd tribute band for those classic rock fanatics.

Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts, Mayya and the Revolutionary Hell Yeah @ Hemlock Tavern
New Yorker Jeffrey Lewis has shared the stage with Stephen Malkmus and The Mountain Goats, and is a self-proclaimed cartoonist.

Monophonics, Sun Hop Fat @ The Independent
More funk, you say? Monophonics hit The Independent with Oakland band Sun Hop Fat.

Sunday, November 27

Songs of Love and Hate: A San Francisco Tribute to Leonard Cohen @ The Chapel
After you sing along to Seu Jorge's renditions of David Bowie classics, head to The Chapel to remember Leonard Cohen, because it's been a helluva year. Among musical attendance will be Sylvie Simmons, Mark Kozelek, Chuck Prophet, Christopher Owens, Tim Bluhm (of The Mother Hips), Sean Hayes, Sonny Smith (of Sonny & the Sunsets), Tim Cohen (solo), and many more.

O R P H A N S Music Festival Benefit for #NODAPL and Planned Parenthood @ The Night Light
Continue your Thanksgiving graciousness with Inverts, The Nopes, and Brasil at a three day benefit festival at The Night Light with 100% of admission fees going #NODAPL and Planned Parenthood, split 50/50.