Locals know that once the weather starts cooling down, calendars heat up. Since we're all spending more time indoors, taking refuge from rain and fog and 5pm sunsets, local venues are happy to open their doors to music fans.

SF's newest venue August Hall is no execption, with a fall calendar that's got something for everyone. From the heavy riffs from former locals Deafheaven to the subtle twang of Rayland Baxter, and from emerging pop star Noah Cyrus (yep, of that Cyrus dynasty) to...do we really have to explain Graham Coxon's pedigree? No matter what you're into, August Hall has you covered.

August Hall opened in April at 420 Mason, in the space local nightlife lovers might have once known as Ruby Skye (or, if you're really old, a USO club. Since opening, they've hosted local indie-rock darlings and star DJs and producers, from Jay Som to Courtney Barnett to Giraffage. If you're not that into music and your friend has dragged you along for a night, fear not: there's a swanky cocktail bar upstairs and a bowling alley underneath.

Check out the full schedule here, and find the fall show that's right for you.

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