Post Outside Lands Radiohead – San Francisco
Skinny Singers, Lebo, Big Light, Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers, Ball Point Birds, plus DJ Superchill, and other surprise guests are all part of The Golden Gate Gramble at 12 Galaxies on August 22, 2008.
The Gramble is an after-party presented by local digital music distribution and marketing company, reapandsow.com. The Golden Gate Gramble picks up at 12 Galaxies in the Mission after Radiohead finishes their Outside Lands set in Golden Gate Park. DJ Superchill starts spinning at 9 p.m., with live music beginning at 10:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and are on sale now at 12galaxies.com (21+ only).
“Come back to the Mission District and continue to enjoy the music,” said Chris Joseph of reapandsow. “We’ve got some of the best musicians San Francisco has to offer at 12 Galaxies post Outside Lands. We are excited to host a party for music lovers who have come from around the country for one of the best festivals of the summer.”
The Gramble is one of only a handful of late night parties planned for the conclusion of the first night of the inaugural Outside Lands Festival (scheduled to end around 10:30 p.m. Friday night).
Robert Levy, owner of 12 Galaxies says, “Having San Francisco music gems Tim Bluhm, Greg Loiacono, Dan Lebowitz, Nicki Bluhm, the boys from Big Light and special guests performing late night here in the city is a real treat for us at 12 Galaxies. The big winners in this are the music fans looking for more good music post Radiohead on Friday.”
What: The Golden Gate Gramble
Date: Friday, August 22 (post-Radiohead)
Location: 12 Galaxies, 2265 Mission St. (Mission btwn 21 and 22)
Time: Doors @ 8pm, DJ Superchill @ 9pm, Live Music @ 10:30pm – 3:00am
Tickets: $15 on sale now at www.12galaxies.com
Performers: Skinny Singers, Lebo, Big Light, Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers, Ball Point Birds, plus DJ Superchill.
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