Waxahatchee supports The New Pornographers at The Fox on Thursday.
Monday, April 10
SFIFF presents Bill Nye: Science Guy @ Victoria Theater
Join the pop scientist of your youth on a journey across the planet as he spreads science education and warms skeptics to the realities of climate change. Also of note: The spooky soundtrack you’ll hear was made by Petaluma’s William Ryan Fritch.
Vanessa Carlton @ Great American Music Hall
The “A Thousand Miles” pop pianist is all grown up and, having long ago said goodbye to radio-friendly stardom, is making music on her own terms.
Pegi Young @ Don Quixote’s
South Bay citizens can catch folk singer Pegi Young, fresh of a new and critically-acclaimed record, at Don Quixote’s in Felton.
Tuesday, April 11
Bleached @ The Fillmore
Our favorite guitar-wielding gang (and former Phono performers) open The Damned with one of their blistering live shows.
Tickled @ The New Parkway
This unsettling documentary created some serious viral buzz on last year’s festival circuit. Now finally finding its way into theaters, it’s playing a few times this week in Oakland.
Wednesday, April 12
Mitski, Kadhja Bonet @ The Catalyst Atrium
Immerse yourself in the introspective lyrics of Mitski and the smooth spacewalking sounds of Kadhja.
of Montreal @ The Catalyst
If you don’t want to bother with the crowds at The Independent the following night, of Montreal are making a stop at the more intimate Catalyst mid-week.
Nyre @ Bottom of the Hill
SF’s newest psych band will play the favorite Bottom of the Hill.
Thursday, April 13
New Pornographers, Waxahatchee @ The Fox Theater
We love Waxahatchee. We love The New Pornographers. We’ll be there.
Hinds, Twin Peaks @ The Chapel
Just before heading down to Coachella, Hinds make a NorCal stop, sans the exorbitant prices and stifling heat.
Raiders of the Lost Ark with the San Francisco Symphony @ Davies Symphony Hall