Noisette 2012

Love good food and good music? Our friends at Noise Pop are teaming up with Finger on the Pulse to bring you a full dose of both at the recently announced Noisette festival on August 4, 2012 at the Speakeasy Brewery.

The lineup is pretty impressive for both the chefs and bands with The Dodos headlining, supported by Pillowfight (featuring Dan The Automator, Emily Wells & Kid Koala), the now SF local Craft Spells, Taken by Trees and DJ sets by Nanosaur, Snacky Tunes, and Chad Salty.

The chefs are rising stars from some of SF’s finest eateries: Adam Dulye from The Monk’s Kettle & Abbot’s Cellar, Jason Fox from Commonwealth, Dennis Lee of the newly opened Namu Gaji, Ian Marks of The Beast And The Hare, Ryan Pollnow from the always packed Flour + Water, Mike Selvera from Bar Crudo, Arthur Wall representing for Garcon, Blair Warsham at GraffEats, and Ice Cream from Mr and Mrs. Miscellaneous.

General admission tickets start at $60 and get you entry to the shows, and eight tastings from each of the participating chefs, ice cream for dessert, and $3 Speakeasy Beers. VIP tickets are $85 and include early bird entrance, a private fish butchering demo by Bar Crudo and an open bar of beers from noon until 1pm.

The Dodos, Pillowfight, Craft Spells, Taken by Trees
DJ Sets by Nanosaur, Snacky Tunes, and Chad Salty
Speakeasy Brewery
August 4th, 2012
$60-$85, 1pm – 5pm