A few weeks ago, we teamed up with the California Music And Culture Association (CMAC) and the SF Weekly to present a lively and informative debate on entertainment and nightlife issues between state assembly candidates David Chiu and David Campos.
That state assembly race isn’t the only item on the November ballot, though: a number of SF supervisors are running for reelection as well. On Tuesday, October 14, we’re teaming up again with CMAC and the Weekly for the 2014 Supervisors’ Nightlife and Entertainment Forum, a free opportunity to discuss nightlife and entertainment issues with several supervisors and candidates.
Why is San Francisco taking a wrecking-ball to popular culture venues? Hear SF Board of Supervisor Members Scott Wiener (District 8), Malia Cohen (District 10), Jane Kim (District 6), and Candidates Tony Kelly (District 10) and Juan-Antonio Carballo (District 2) discuss their visions for the future of nightlife and culture in San Francisco. With rising rents pushing out the creative class, and venues closing every year – this is sure to be a lively discussion – take part by tweeting your questions for the candidates! Use the hashtag #SFWreckingball.
This is a really important event to attend, since opportunities to talk with our elected leaders about the importance of San Francisco music are few and far between. We’ll see you at The Independent!
CMAC, SF Weekly, & The Bay Bridged Present
2014 Supervisors’ Nightlife and Entertainment Forum
Moderated by Tom Temprano (Hard French DJ & Harvey Milk Club Co-President)
With DJ Timoteo Gigante
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
6pm (doors)/7pm (forum), FREE, 21+