PEANUT BUTTER WOLF, AESOP ROCK, DAM-FUNK, KID KOALA, ALEXI MURDOCH
*Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, in a rare solo show, who will be playing both DCFC and Postal Service songs at the Great American Music Hall on Feb 27. Zach Rogue of acclaimed band Rogue Wave will open this show.
*Critically lauded duo No Age playing at Rickshaw Stop on Feb 26
*Hotly tipped up-and-comers How to Dress Well playing at Café du Nord on Feb 26
*Hip hop’s very own Peanut Butter Wolf and Dam Funk playing at Public Works on Feb 26
*A night with Aesop Rock and Kimya Dawson at the Great American Music Hall on Feb 25
*Turntable master Kid Koala playing at Mighty on Feb 25
*Singer/songwriter Alexi Murdoch playing at Swedish American Hall on Feb 25
The complete list of confirmed headlining bands (thus far) is below.
DAN DEACON (SOLO)
HOW TO DRESS WELL
MAX BEMIS (SAY ANYTHING)
PEANUT BUTTER WOLF
TED LEO (SOLO)
THE STONE FOXES
YO LA TENGO
ZACH ROGUE (ROGUE WAVE)
Noise Pop Festival badges, which provide entry to all Noise Pop Festival events, will be available to purchase for $160 at www.noisepop.com.
In addition to these new shows, Noise Pop has partnered with the Upper Playground gallery to open a month-long Pop Up Shop from February 2 to February 27. Noise Pop will take over the art space FIFTY24SF (http://www.fifty24sf.com/), located in the heart of San Francisco’s vibrant and eclectic Lower Haight neighborhood, and will transform the space into a multipurpose center. By day, it will serve as a merchandise store, art gallery, and information center; by night, it will become a theatre and performance space. Each night will see a different partner co-presenting each event, from SF Weekly to YoursTru.ly bringing new audiences and new experiences to Noise Pop attendees and the SF masses. Open Wednesday through Sunday from 6-10 pm, check out the full schedule here.
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