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Friday, May 18

Washed Out @ August Hall
Barely open two weeks and already doing brisk business, the brand-new August Hall in San Francisco welcomes Washed Out. — Jody Amable

Sweet Plot @ The Independent
Closing down two weeks full of local highlights, the Independent features SF’s Sweet Plot and their new take on roots-rock tonight. — Jody Amable

Queer Country West Coast: Lavender Country, Paisley Fields, Eli Conley @ El Rio
If you don’t know about the rising queer country movement, get educated with this introductory event at El Rio featuring the first openly gay country band, Lavender Country. — Jody Amable

Lyrics Born, Ruby Ibarra @ Starline Social Club
As part of CAAMFest, the old and new guard of local Asian-American hip-hop showcase where it’s been and where it’s going. — Jody Amable

Saturday, May 19

Heritage SF: Yuna and P.Lo @ The Midway
Heritage SF is a FREE (yes, FREE) music festival coming to San Francisco celebrating Asian American + Asian Pacific Islander community in the Bay. Come for the music, stay for the food, art, and vendors. Arrive early! It could get packed. — Ashley Bulayo

Southside Festival @ Egbert Avenue
You know, it’s that festival we haven’t shut up about for the last few weeks. Trek out to the less-traveled Bayview District to see a stellar lineup of local hip-hop and R&B, including Zion I, Jay Stone, Just Rese and more. — Jody Amable

Sunday, May 20

Against Me @ Mystic Theater
Downtown Petaluma will get a little bit loud when the landmark punk band plays their first North bay date in four years at the Mystic. — Jody Amable

SF Rock Project tribute to the birth of rock @ Thee Parkside
This family-friendly event (a rare thing at Thee Parkside) gathers graduates of the SF Rock Project to perform the work of rock and roll legends like Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Big Mama Thornton. — Jody Amable