SF Events Calendar June 26 - June 29, 2008
Thursday: Big Light CD Release Party, 12 Galaxies, 2565 Mission Street. This venue is 21+. Show starts at 9pm and costs $15 at the door.
Two bands are playing, Apollo Sunshine and Big Light. Celebrate the release of a local band’s new album and listen to some neo-psychedelic indie rock.
"Reservoir Park" by The Dutchess & The Duke is our song of the day today. Fall in love with the song then come see them play live tonight.
Friday: Savanna Jazz, 2937 Mission Street. Show starts at 7pm, bar closes at 2am, $5 cover charge.
Pour back a few drinks in the leather booths, and enjoy the be-boppin’ sounds of a great San Francisco Jazz Club. Friday, the Savanna Jazz Trio performs.
Friday: Lights Down Low, 222 Club at Hyde and Turk. $5 cover.
Miami Horror plus Gameboy/Gamegirl, as well as Shane King of Blasthaus. Find Lights Down Low at 222 Club the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. Dance with a young and mixed crowd all night long. The dancefloor never lets up!
Friday: Squek E. Clean's Suds featuing Low B from Hollertronix, Devlin & Darko at Mezzanine. Doors at 10pm.
Free with RSVP at www.squeakeclean.com/suds. Includes Mini Ramp Jam with The Skateboard Team, Live Screen Printing and Art Installations by Aaron Rose.
Saturday: Camper Van Beethoven at the Fillmore Auditorium. Tickets are $25 and doors open at 8pm with the show scheduled to start at 9pm.
The song, “Take the Skinheads Bowling,” gave the indie band attention back in the mid 1980s. Since then, the band has survived line-up changes, label swaps, and a break-up. However, this June marks their 25th anniversary as a band.
Sunday: Stern Grove Music Festival, 19th Ave & Sloat. Free Admission. Show starts at 2pm.
The San Francisco Symphony and The Symphony Jazz Sextet will play at the outdoor amphitheater and serve as a relaxing and enjoyable way to end a music filled weekend.
Other Events of Interest:
Friday: Haunted Haight Walking Tour, Masonic & Haight. Tours start at 11am or 7pm, $20 each.
Searching for some supernatural activity? Look no further than this award-winning ghost tour. Although they can’t guarantee you any sightings, you’ll probably see this neighborhood in a new light.
Saturday: Film Night in the Park, “All About Eve,” (1950), Union Square, 8pm to 10pm, Free.
Bundle up and watch this classic black and white film about betrayal, trickery and desire.
Saturday and Sunday: San Francisco’s LGBT Pride Celebration, Civic Center, Noon to 6pm.
This year’s 38th anniversary theme is, “United by Pride, Bound for Equality.” Catch acts like Cyndi Lauper and Margaret Cho.