Visit for Live Music & Dance Events This month Mapp Performances 7th 3 Girls Theatre New Work Fest - 16th JerryDay - 6th Deaf Dance Fest - 6th 20th St Fest -

3 Girls Theatre Company Presents:


Bubble, Bubble Toil and Trouble: 3GT's 7th Annual New Works Festival

July 27 - August 5 in Z Below

In Shakespeare’s “Scottish Play” (aka Macbeth to the uninitiated . . . shhhh), 3 witches not only foretell a scary future, but employ the most creative cooking skills in history to whip up a bubbling supernatural stew of discontent. Are things in San Francisco as weird and wicked in 2018 as they were in 11th century Scotland? 3GT stirs the pot with ten days of unique theater events, all by Bay Area women playwrights. Our entertaining, inspiring line-up of original readings, performances, on-stage conversations and events offers something (or many things!) for everyone. 470 Florida St, b/t 17th St & Mariposa St (866) 811-4111

MAPP (Mission Arts Performance Project)

The first Saturday every two months Multiple venues around The Mission District near 24th Street Most events start sometime between 6 and 9 pm

August 4th MAPP - Break down borders, turn them into rubble!

First Caturday San Francisco at Dolores Park​ happens about 1:30pm

JerryDAY Sunday August 5th, 2018 16th Annual - Jerry Garcia Amphitheater - McLaren Park,

Conceived and established in the Excelsior District of San Francisco (Jerry Garcia's childhood neighborhood), Jerry Day is a civic and cultural event that celebrates one of the greatest rock guitarists of all time and San Francisco native son – Jerry Garcia. Help us honor our most famous native son, Jerry Garcia, the leader of the Grateful Dead and member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

GETTING THERE: Limited Parking Space is available at Amphitheater! 29 Sunset (SF Muni) is best local transit option. 14 Mission to Persia and Mission. Then catch 29 Sunset ​heading Southeast and up Persia St - Jerry Day Facebook Page - Jerry Garcia Family - Official Jerry Garcia Family Facebook Page -

The Marsh in August

1062 Valencia St b/t 21st & 22nd St (415) 282-3055

August 10-12, 2018

Antoine Hunter's Urban Jazz Dance Company presents 6th Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival Deaf United Louder

August 10-12, Fri-Sat 8pm, Sun 4pm

The Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival (BAIDDF) is an annual event produced by Urban Jazz Dance company that consists of performances and workshops that highlight the important contributions that Deaf and Hard of Hearing (HoH) artists make to our community. This year we have Deaf artists flying in from Turkey, Costa Rica, Chile, Nigeria, South Africa, New York and Arkansas. There will be a diversity of Sign Languages including but not limited to Mexican Sign Language (LSM) and Turkish Sign Language

The Dance Brigade’s Dance Mission Theater 3316 24th St & Mission BART Tickets: $12 Youth (under 16), $25 in advance and $30 at the door: Advanced tix available at

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pantsuits Theatre Collective presents


A Seriously Radical Feminist Comedy

August 10 -26 at Z Below | A World Premiere by Anne Galjour | directed by Nancy Carlin | featuring Jeri Lynn Cohen, Patricia Silver, & Howard Swain

Inspired by the writings of radical feminist philosopher and theologian Mary Daly, #GetGandhi - A Seriously Radical Feminist Comedy is a world premiere, multi-character play written by award-winning playwright and actor Anne Galjourfocusing on Mahatma Gandh's infamous experiments in brahmacharya, or celibacy. Gandhi would have a young woman disrobe and sleep with him completely naked as a test to prove his seminal continence and his purity of spirit. Gandhi never saw anything wrong with this practice, but a small coven of old school bra-burning San Francisco feminists do. They plot to avenge these sex crimes. They set out for the Gandhi memorial statue, located on the Embarcadero in San Francisco, to rip it from its base, and drag it up Market Street in the middle of the night. 470 Florida St, b/t 17th St & Mariposa St (866) 811-4111

AUGUST 18TH, 2018 12PM TO 6PM

Noise Pop is proud to present the 6th annual 20th Street Block Party EMPRESS OF • JEFF ROSENSTOCK • THE MARÍAS • THE SHE'S • FAN (MERIC LONG OF THE DODOS) • THE TOTAL BETTYS• SMALL CRUSH

20th Street corridor will be transformed into a free party to showcase and celebrate a diverse neighborhood that blends modern ideas with community traditions to create a new San Francisco experience. The free neighborhood celebration will bring an eclectic mix of music and entertainment, food and drink, and art to multiple stages along 19th and 20th Streets between Bryant & Harrison

to Benefit

Mission Language and Vocational School (MLVS) is a San Francisco Mission District private, non-profit community education and workforce development center, providing occupational skills training and Vocational English as a Second Language to primarily Latino, unemployed and working-poor immigrants and their families, as well as other underserved groups in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Championing independent music and culture since 1993.

Asiento, a tapas bar on the corner of 21st and Bryant operated Debi Cohn long-time MMA Board Member helps make this event happen

A sonera of the classic Cuban style and a priestess of the Yorùbán diaspora, Bobi Céspedes integrates Cuban folkloric and modern elements to create an authentic, world-class sound.

Bobi Céspedes’ electrifying ensemble features some of the Bay area’s finest Latin Jazz musicians, including Marco Díaz, Saúl Sierra-Alonso, Julio Pérez, José Roberto Hernández, Lichi Fuentes, and special guest John Santos.

Bobi will be joined on the bill by one of the Bay Area’s most inventive Cuban bands Pellejo Seco, whose music draws from the world of Afro-Cuban folklore, the latest in Havana dance music, Latin jazz and flamenco, bossa nova and jazz/rock fusion.

A portion of the theater will be cleared for a dance floor, so come ready to groove to the sounds of Afro-Cuba and beyond!


Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in thier Ch’In Kana Gallery (3rd floor)

Diez Fridas is a collective presentation about faces and symbols of the artistic universe of Frida Kahlo. Ten visual artists show us their conception of the figure and permanence of a great artist

Runs through September 5, 2018 Tues to Sat • 10am to 5pm

Galeria de la Raza 2857 24th St, San Francisco, California 94110 Studio 24 presents “The Color of Strength” by our new featured artist, Vida Vazquez. An exploration of femininity, nature, and cultural identity through color and playful use of shapes, Vida’s paintings and jewelry aim to empower and celebrate the viewer’s natural beauty.


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