We are happy to announce that The Bay Bridged will join the California Music And Culture Association (CMAC) and SF Weekly to present a debate on Entertainment and Nightlife Issues between SF Supervisors David Chiu and David Campos on Wednesday, September 10 at San Francisco’s crown jewel concert venue, The Fillmore. Moderated by renowned rock journalist and author Ben Fong-Torres, the event kicks of at 6pm with an hour of music from DJ Timoteo Gigante before the supes get down to business.
The mission statement of the event is something that should be near and dear to any local music fan’s heart: “To achieve lasting legislative reform at the state level, it is imperative that we have pro-entertainment and culture office holders in Sacramento. This is an important opportunity to hear the candidate’s positions on our issues and to make our concerns known.”
The best part of the event? It’s open to the public, so it’s completely free. So come on out for an evening of good tunes and lively debate in one of the world’s most legendary concert venues – it won’t cost you a dime, and you can give your two cents on the issues that concern you most about the current environment for entertainment and nightlife in the City By The Bay. Full details below.
CMAC, SF Weekly, & The Bay Bridged Present
Supervisors Chiu & Campos Debate: Entertainment and Nightlife Issues
Moderated by Ben Fong-Torres
With DJ Timoteo Gigante
September 10, 2014
6pm (doors)/7pm (debate), FREE