Geographer Andrew St James

Friday, July 27

Gray Area Festival @ Gray Area Grand Theater
This exploration of art and technology — Gray Area’s sweet spot — will feature performances from artists like Hundred Waters, Subset, Lily Ackerman, and lots more over the course of the weekend.

The HA, The Love Dimension, Killer Whale @ The Independent
This 100% local lineup features psych, rock, and “beach funk Americana.”

Didi, Try the Pie, Eve’s Peach @ 1-2-3-4 Go!
Two San Jose acts support Ohio’s Didi.

Saturday, July 28

Geographer, Andrew St. James Sure Sure @ The Fillmore
San Francisco legend and up-and-coming legend Geographer and Andrew St. James team up with “left-field pop” band out of Los Angeles, Sure Sure.

Now, Now @ The Independent
AKA the band you’re most likely to confuse with Sure Sure.

Aish @ The Lost Church
The ever-evolving orchestral-pop maestro Aish will play an intimate set at the cozy Lost Church.

Sunday, July 29

The Mowgli’s, Locus Pocus @ Cornerstone
With their new single “Kansas City” (one of their biggest hits was “San Francisco” back in 2013), they’ll bring their woozy new pop sounds — plus locals Locus Pocus — to Cornerstone.

Mourn, Chastity, Sirena Victima @ Rickshaw Stop
Rickshaw Stop gets international when Catalonian band Mourn share the stage with Canadian band Chastity. San Francisco’s Sirena Victima opens.

All That, Copyslut, Side Pony @ The Ivy Room
Everything from Copyslut’s country-punk to the effortless electro-R&B-hiop-hop blend of Side Pony will be covered at the Ivy Room on Sunday.