The Coathangers

Friday, February 22

Si Se Puede: Dolores Huerta’s Playlist @ Paramount Theater
With a little help from Jazz Mafia, the Oakland Symphony pays tribute to the civil rights icon with a program of jazz and pop classics made famous by folks like Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Stravinksy, and John Lennon.

Down & Outlaws @ Bottom of the Hill
It can sometimes seem like guitars are on their way out in the Bay. If you’re still a fan of a good old six-string, hit up Down & Outlaws for some classic rock and roll.

The Soul Rebels, Big Freedia @ August Hall
Sometimes you just gotta bounce.

Spence & the Dust-Ups @ Amnesia
The sometimes-Stone Fox has created his first solo record, where he leans hard into his love of classic country. Check him out live, in person, and with a new band at Amnesia’s late show.

Dilla Day @ Great Northern
The crew at Great Northern spin in memory of legendary producer J Dilla, gone 12 years this month. Hear sets from residents like Shortkut and guest Mr. Choc.

Taft, Rose Droll, Meernaa @ Martial Arts
This fabulous lineup of Bay Area talent supports Austin’s Taft. Take note of Rose Droll — with a recent debut album and SXSW on the horizon, she’s one to watch.

Saturday, February 23

French Cassettes, Idle Joy @ Amnesia
After a few years of laying low, French Cassettes have come roaring back. Check them out with Idle Joy, whom we profiled last month.

Saweetie @ Pure
The Hayward rapper on the rise graces the South Bay with her inventive rhymes.

Cave Clove, the Seshen @ Crepe Place
Though this lineup may seem a little mismatched on first glance, the two Bay Area bands with strong pop undertones make the trek down to Santa Cruz.

The Coathangers @ The Independent
An Atlanta band beloved in the Bay, the Coathangers get the Independent ready for a week of Noise Pop bliss.

Sunday, February 24

The Gift Machine, Callow @ Hotel Utah
The San Diego-via-Portland indie classics are supported by SF’s spooky Callow.

Grace Sings Sludge, Fronds @ Make-Out Room
It’s been a bit since we’ve heard from FRONDS, but get ready for a rare show at the Mission’s Make Out Room to wind down your weekend.