« Week of July 1, 2018 »
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Start: 07/01/2018 1:00 pm

Join mother-daughter team Celia Ramsay and Calvaleigh Rasmussen to sing Old Time traditional songs about animals, Woody Guthrie's “Mail Myself to You,” ​Barry Polisar's “I Wanna Be a Dog,” and many others! For kids from age four to fourth grade (but EVERYONE is welcome! Bring your favorite adult!)

Start: 07/01/2018 7:00 pm

The Hip Spanic AllStars emerged from San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood in 2010, the product of a musical collaboration involving longtime friends, Happy Sanchez, Karl Perazzo (Santana), Norbert Stachel and Mic Gillette (Tower of Power), Dave Shul (Michael Franti and Spearhead) and Jay Lane (Primus). They create an amazing blend of Latin, Jazz, Funk and World Music - mixing it all together into a melodic and rhythmic gumbo.

 

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Start: 07/05/2018 8:00 pm

From the hills of Bluegrass to the hollers of the African-American musical experience, Hills to Hollers delves deep into the rich history of both white and black musical traditions from the American South. This powerhouse trio of Laurie Lewis, Linda Tillery, and Barbara Higbie, features soaring three-part harmonies, unmatched musicianship, and soulful performances of both classic and original southern music.


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Start: 07/06/2018 8:00 pm

Fanna-Fi-Allah hold the flame of traditional Sufi Qawwali music, with the blessings of their teachers; some of the greatest masters of the qawwali form in India and Pakistan. Through the beauty of the music they embody a universal message of devotion and tolerance that is crucial to our time. The group's music celebrates the great Sufi mystics of old and relishes in the love of the Divine through poetry. Sung with a powerful soaring chorus and accompanied by the energetic rhythms of tabla and group clapping.


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Start: 07/07/2018 8:00 pm

"What do you get when you cross Colombian folk music, Congolese soukous, Haitian kompa, zouk, calypso, mbaqanga, soca, rap, reggae and the joy of being Afro-Colombian? Tribu Baharú!! Founded in 2010 in Bogotá, Tribu Baharú is a high-energy Afro-Champeta music crew from Colombia’s Caribbean coast. Champeta is an infectious, exuberant dance music that gloriously reflects the rebellious spirit of solidarity of Afro-Colombia today. Don't miss this unique band in their Bay Area debut and bring your dancing shoes! This is why we live in the Bay Area!" - John Santos