Ticket Giveaway Wednesday: STRFKR, Mirah and more

(illustration: Cassidy Miller) Want even more giveaways? Sign up for our newsletter for access to extra contests. To enter for a chance to win tickets to any show below, email contest@thebaybridged.com with the name of the band and the date of the show you’re entering in the subject line and your full name in the body of the email. Winners will be selected at random no later than 24 hours before the listed show and notified via email. Thursday, September 13 Mirah, ings @ Cafe du Nord 7:30pm, $14, 21+. Buy advance tickets here. Friday, September 14 GØGGS, CCR Headcleaner, [...]

By |September 12, 2018|Tags: , |

What’s Happening This Weekend? A Guide To Shows Around The Bay, Jan 19 – 22

Friday, January 19 KSHMR @ City National Civic (San Jose) Dance, dance, dance the night away to KSHMR's signature mixes. Never Weather @ Art Boutiki (San Jose) This jazz-influenced quintet plays the intimate Art Boutiki. Ruby Ibarra @ The New Parish (Oakland) Keep an eye on this local rapper — her rapid-fire rhymes make her a force to be reckoned with. Saturday, January 20 The Soft White Sixties @ The Ritz (San Jose) This local garage-rock institution has played a lot over the years, but it's not often we see them in San Jose. Sweet Plot, Midtown Social @ The [...]

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Sponsored: STRFKR at the Regency Ballroom

Ah, what most of us wouldn't give for it to be 2007 again. Sure, it forced us to say goodbye to the Harry Potter series, introduced us to the product that would come to govern our lives, and it certainly wasn't all that fun if your name is Britney Jean Spears. But no matter what area of the socio-political spectrum you occupy, it seems safe to say that just about any point in modern history is preferable to the near-dystopia we're currently in. 2007 was a particularly great time to be in the Pacific Northwest — specifically, in Portland. Portland's [...]

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Review: The 2013 Treasure Island Music Festival

This year's Treasure Island Music Festival attracted a diverse crowd, most of which partied way too hard during the high-energy dance sets of Saturday to attend Sunday's more guitar-oriented lineup. Sunday was also much colder, with lines for coffee often stretching beyond lines for beer. Schools of glowing white jellyfish drifted through the festival grounds on handheld sticks, as music fans wandered back and forth between the two stages. Giraffage kicked things off at noon during Saturday's stretch of the festival after an introduction from Noise Pop/Salty Artist Management's Chad Heimann aka Chad Salty, performing sample-driven dance music for the [...]

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