Recommended, 10/3-10/9: Bay Bridged Treasure Island Happy Hour, Frisco Freakout, Girls/Sonny and the Sunsets, Fresh & Onlys/Tamaryn/Wax Idols

Every Monday, we'll be offering you early picks for some of the week's best concerts. Do you think we omitted something worthwhile? Let us know in the comments! Be sure to visit our Local Concert Calendar for an expanded set of daily listings. Friday: The Bay Bridged Presents "Buried Treasure," a Treasure Island Music Festival Happy Hour with Melted Toys, ChuCha Santamaria Y Usted, Elephant and Castle (DJ set) Whatever your other plans this week, we hope you'll join us at our free Treasure Island Music Festival-themed "Buried Treasure" happy hour party (RSVP on Facebook) on Friday, October 7th at [...]

Saturday: Frisco Freakout brings together top local psych bands for charity

The third annual Frisco Freakout, taking place this Saturday, October 16th at Thee Parkside (1:30pm, $15), finds some of the Bay's best psych rock bands uniting for an all day, all ages festival benefiting a great cause. On deck at the Freakout: Sic Alps, Howlin Rain, Wooden Shjips, Greg Ashley, Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound, Carlton Melton, White Manna, Young Prisms, Glitter Wizard, Strangers Family Band, Jeffertitti's Nile, and Mass At Dawn. Proceeds benefit Creativity Explored, an organization that "enables adults with developmental disabilities to express themselves artistically in a way that is personally rewarding and appreciated by others."

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Recommended: Frisco Freakout @ Thee Parkside

The Bay Area's thriving psych scene comes together at Thee Parkside this Saturday for the second annual Frisco Freakout. The all day, all ages event looks to continue last year's tradition of assembling a bunch of great bands, with performances by Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound, Barn Owl, Wooden Shjips, Citay, 3 Leafs, Liquorball With Steve Mackay (of The Stooges), Heavy Hills, Lumerians, Powell St John & The Aliens, Magic Lantern, and Sun Araw. Like last year's fest, this one's also a benefit for local arts organization Creativity Explored, which "enables adults with developmental disabilities to express themselves artistically in [...]

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