Previous events

Nov16

House Concert at Agape House in SF

Nov2

Benefit for Kids TLC

Oct26

Sensatia Cabaret

Oct25

Sensatia Cabaret

Oct5

WaterFire

Sep26

SoFar Sounds San Fransisco

Sep25

SoFar Sounds San Fransisco

Sep21

TerraLuna w/Quixotic

Sep20

TerraLuna w/Quixotic

Sh'Bang: A Festival of Ideas 2019

Lookout Arts Quarry, 246 Old Highway 99 N, Bellingham, Washington 98229

The region's wildly all-inclusive eclectic festival features outrageously extraordinary wonders on 5 stages! Downhill daredevil soapbox derby! 40+ BANDS and DJs, dancing, SWIMMING, immersive ART installations, forest bathing, and camping!

Advance DISCOUNTED tickets are going FAST, grab yours before prices go up at the gate. Cuz we love you.

// SOME HIGHLIGHTS

Off-road daredevil soapbox derby race, all-star sh'bang circus extravaganza, international shadow art performances, live music in all directions, giant aerial piñata show, aquatic antics, wildly weird sideshow, poppin puppetry, whimsical workshops, zany zip-line, brazenly bizarre burlesque, swimming, diving, water sliding, forest camping, nature walks, marching band parades, enveloping art installations, dancing, kid-focused shows and activities, pirates, cowpokes, elves and all sorts of sparkle shimmer razzle dazzle!

Rideshare board, get FREE parking with a full car: http://www.bit.ly/shride19

More info always at http://www.shbangfest.com

XOXOh!

You're Going to Die Presents: Music from the Ash

San Francisco Columbarium & Funeral Home, 1 Loraine Ct, San Francisco, California 94118

You're Going to Die Presents... MUSIC FROM THE ASH featuring Calvin Arsenia & Nick Jaina

Doors at 7pm Show at 7:45pm Ends at 10pm @ San Francisco Columbarium & Funeral Home 1 Loraine Court San Francisco, CA 94118 TICKETS $20 HERE: http://bit.ly/2Kcl5Wo

You're Going to Die offers another mortally conscious entertainment experience, proudly presenting great artists as they deserve to be presented: in the concert context of acknowledging their musical mortal magic. This show is a part of an ongoing monthly concert series, the 3rd Thursday of every month, held in the container of our city's beautifully historic San Francisco Columbarium & Funeral Home...

Calvin Arsenia has built a reputation for turning the arts world on its head. While the harp has allowed this Kansas City native to become a man of the world (gaining followings in Paris, Edinburgh, & at the Outlyre festival in Austria), it’s his unique ability to craft a stimulating setting at his live shows that has all eyes fixed on this conspicuous musician & his breathtaking approach to harp music. His angelic, classically-trained voice soars over audiences, enchanting even the fussiest of fans, beckoning them to join him as he flirts between genres. But the music is just one part of his prodigious performances, for Calvin believes the art is in crafting the perfect moment. His music is best served live, with sensational performances & high fashion from the visually striking performer who stands at well over six feet tall. - https://www.calvinarsenia.com/

Nick Jaina is an author & musician born in Sacramento & currently residing in no particular place. He is finishing his first novel, Hitomi, if you would just give him a second. His first book, the memoir Get It While You Can, was a finalist for the 2016 Oregon Book Award. He has released several albums & co-founded a ballet company. He teaches writing workshops around the world. - http://nickjaina.com/

VENUE: Located off the beaten path, at the end of a residential cul-de-sac in the Richmond District, the copper-domed, Neo-Classical columbarium is a hidden gem & an architectural wonder. The structure features a large rotunda, mosaic tile floors, ornate stained-glass windows & a domed skylight. A colossal 45-foot atrium is surrounded by intricate balconies, with each of the 4 floors providing a glimpse into San Francisco’s history. Big thanks to Brian Kestenblatt & the staff of San Francisco Columbarium & Funeral Home for working so wonderfully to make special events like this happen!

PARKING: There is a parking lot, but space is limited. Public transportation is recommended.

COMFORT: The space was built in the late 1800s, so there is no heat, but a limited number of blankets will be available for use. Dress warmly!

Bad in Bed LIVE!

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Record Bar, 1520 Grand Boulevard, Kansas City, MO 64108

Let’s talk about sex, KANSAS CITY!

Let’s talk about all the good things—and the bad things—that may be.

Award-winning author, Shelby Simpson, has taken her no-holds-barred, grandma panties-and-all, walk-of-no shame book, “We’re All Bad In Bed,” and adapted it for the stage. With a boozy and a welcoming atmosphere, it's a show where everyone can blush, crack up, sing along with the raunchiest of the 90s rap, and punch their best friend on the shoulder because—oh my god, Stacy, you know you did that EXACT thing with that guy last weekend.

Featuring an opening by Calvin Arsenia, this multimedia performance is unlike anything you’ve seen on a local stage.

All of this to say: come play with us. Bring your friends. Bring your spouse. Bring your earmuffs, because you're about to hear unflinching honesty. It's a night to pry open taboo conversation about topics that are still considered naughty even though practically Every. Single. Person. Throughout. History has done them.

Let’s talk about sex.