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Can’t-Miss Concerts in San Francisco This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in San Francisco This Month
Collection by Eventbrite
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of San Francisco's hottest concerts. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
Can’t-Miss Concerts in San Francisco This Month
  • Former Mac DeMarco guitarist Peter Sagar crafts slinky, silky R&B numbers under his moniker Homeshake. Here’s a chance to listen to his newest effort Helium," as airy and floaty as the name suggests."
  • An effortless storyteller with a pure and unfiltered singing talent and songwriting ability, Mabel McVey has an instinctive gift of melody far beyond her twenty-two years.
  • Hot Flash Heat Wave's versatile sound is at times reminiscent of golden 60's, power pop, dream pop, post-punk, and indie rock. They demonstrate a dynamic range of songwriting prowess centered around consistently infectious, sun-soaked melodies and guitar hooks.
  • Young Franco's recent releases, “Drop Your Love” and “Miss You” have clocked over 18 million streams collectively. Head down and experience these hits for yourself.
  • Inara George and Greg Kurstin — alias the bird and the bee — are a musical army of two. They listen to everything, and answer to no one. Sequestered in a little world of their own making, they create ten sunshine-drenched, semi-psychedelic ditties.
  • IAMDDB is a young and exciting new talent hailing from Manchester, ready to mesmerise you with her hybrid of trap-soul and sultry, jazz-infused vocals. Joining IAMDDB is ESTA, who maintains zero barriers in his meticulous method of danceable yet sexy music making.
  • Based in Echo Park in Los Angeles — home of a white-hot garage band revival, of which the Braves are at the forefront — this five-piece band is very much rooted in the psychedelic scene of the 1960's.
  • Pioneers of Colorado’s electronic music explosion, Break Science soars ahead of the curve with a decade-plus of trendsetting the game. This Denver-based duo continues to scale creative mountains.
  • Ambrosious has made her mark in the R&B realm with her soul-rooted ballads. If you miss those classic slow jams, Marsha is the one to quench that thirst.
  • The San Francisco Electronic Music Festival is an artist-run organization founded in 1999 by eight local sound artists and musicians. Enjoy the immersive experiences of sound and music on a deeper level.
  • With influences of jazz and contemporary music, plus collaborations with artists like Erykah Badu and Mos Def, Bilal is a force all his own you won't want to miss.
  • Former Mac DeMarco guitarist Peter Sagar crafts slinky, silky R&B numbers under his moniker Homeshake. Here’s a chance to listen to his newest effort Helium," as airy and floaty as the name suggests."
  • An effortless storyteller with a pure and unfiltered singing talent and songwriting ability, Mabel McVey has an instinctive gift of melody far beyond her twenty-two years.
  • Hot Flash Heat Wave's versatile sound is at times reminiscent of golden 60's, power pop, dream pop, post-punk, and indie rock. They demonstrate a dynamic range of songwriting prowess centered around consistently infectious, sun-soaked melodies and guitar hooks.
  • Young Franco's recent releases, “Drop Your Love” and “Miss You” have clocked over 18 million streams collectively. Head down and experience these hits for yourself.
  • Inara George and Greg Kurstin — alias the bird and the bee — are a musical army of two. They listen to everything, and answer to no one. Sequestered in a little world of their own making, they create ten sunshine-drenched, semi-psychedelic ditties.
  • IAMDDB is a young and exciting new talent hailing from Manchester, ready to mesmerise you with her hybrid of trap-soul and sultry, jazz-infused vocals. Joining IAMDDB is ESTA, who maintains zero barriers in his meticulous method of danceable yet sexy music making.
  • Based in Echo Park in Los Angeles — home of a white-hot garage band revival, of which the Braves are at the forefront — this five-piece band is very much rooted in the psychedelic scene of the 1960's.
  • Pioneers of Colorado’s electronic music explosion, Break Science soars ahead of the curve with a decade-plus of trendsetting the game. This Denver-based duo continues to scale creative mountains.
  • Ambrosious has made her mark in the R&B realm with her soul-rooted ballads. If you miss those classic slow jams, Marsha is the one to quench that thirst.
  • The San Francisco Electronic Music Festival is an artist-run organization founded in 1999 by eight local sound artists and musicians. Enjoy the immersive experiences of sound and music on a deeper level.
  • With influences of jazz and contemporary music, plus collaborations with artists like Erykah Badu and Mos Def, Bilal is a force all his own you won't want to miss.
Can’t-Miss Concerts in San Francisco This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in San Francisco This Month
Can’t-Miss Concerts in San Francisco This Month
Collection by Eventbrite
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of San Francisco's hottest concerts. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
When your need for live music strikes, we're here to inspire you with a hand-picked list of San Francisco's hottest concerts. From under-the-radar local bands to arena-filling super stars, we've got every concert you'll want on your calendar right here.
  • Former Mac DeMarco guitarist Peter Sagar crafts slinky, silky R&B numbers under his moniker Homeshake. Here’s a chance to listen to his newest effort Helium," as airy and floaty as the name suggests."
  • An effortless storyteller with a pure and unfiltered singing talent and songwriting ability, Mabel McVey has an instinctive gift of melody far beyond her twenty-two years.
  • Hot Flash Heat Wave's versatile sound is at times reminiscent of golden 60's, power pop, dream pop, post-punk, and indie rock. They demonstrate a dynamic range of songwriting prowess centered around consistently infectious, sun-soaked melodies and guitar hooks.
  • Young Franco's recent releases, “Drop Your Love” and “Miss You” have clocked over 18 million streams collectively. Head down and experience these hits for yourself.
  • Inara George and Greg Kurstin — alias the bird and the bee — are a musical army of two. They listen to everything, and answer to no one. Sequestered in a little world of their own making, they create ten sunshine-drenched, semi-psychedelic ditties.
  • IAMDDB is a young and exciting new talent hailing from Manchester, ready to mesmerise you with her hybrid of trap-soul and sultry, jazz-infused vocals. Joining IAMDDB is ESTA, who maintains zero barriers in his meticulous method of danceable yet sexy music making.
  • Based in Echo Park in Los Angeles — home of a white-hot garage band revival, of which the Braves are at the forefront — this five-piece band is very much rooted in the psychedelic scene of the 1960's.
  • Pioneers of Colorado’s electronic music explosion, Break Science soars ahead of the curve with a decade-plus of trendsetting the game. This Denver-based duo continues to scale creative mountains.
  • Ambrosious has made her mark in the R&B realm with her soul-rooted ballads. If you miss those classic slow jams, Marsha is the one to quench that thirst.
  • The San Francisco Electronic Music Festival is an artist-run organization founded in 1999 by eight local sound artists and musicians. Enjoy the immersive experiences of sound and music on a deeper level.
  • With influences of jazz and contemporary music, plus collaborations with artists like Erykah Badu and Mos Def, Bilal is a force all his own you won't want to miss.
  • Former Mac DeMarco guitarist Peter Sagar crafts slinky, silky R&B numbers under his moniker Homeshake. Here’s a chance to listen to his newest effort Helium," as airy and floaty as the name suggests."
  • An effortless storyteller with a pure and unfiltered singing talent and songwriting ability, Mabel McVey has an instinctive gift of melody far beyond her twenty-two years.
  • Hot Flash Heat Wave's versatile sound is at times reminiscent of golden 60's, power pop, dream pop, post-punk, and indie rock. They demonstrate a dynamic range of songwriting prowess centered around consistently infectious, sun-soaked melodies and guitar hooks.
  • Young Franco's recent releases, “Drop Your Love” and “Miss You” have clocked over 18 million streams collectively. Head down and experience these hits for yourself.
  • Inara George and Greg Kurstin — alias the bird and the bee — are a musical army of two. They listen to everything, and answer to no one. Sequestered in a little world of their own making, they create ten sunshine-drenched, semi-psychedelic ditties.
  • IAMDDB is a young and exciting new talent hailing from Manchester, ready to mesmerise you with her hybrid of trap-soul and sultry, jazz-infused vocals. Joining IAMDDB is ESTA, who maintains zero barriers in his meticulous method of danceable yet sexy music making.
  • Based in Echo Park in Los Angeles — home of a white-hot garage band revival, of which the Braves are at the forefront — this five-piece band is very much rooted in the psychedelic scene of the 1960's.
  • Pioneers of Colorado’s electronic music explosion, Break Science soars ahead of the curve with a decade-plus of trendsetting the game. This Denver-based duo continues to scale creative mountains.
  • Ambrosious has made her mark in the R&B realm with her soul-rooted ballads. If you miss those classic slow jams, Marsha is the one to quench that thirst.
  • The San Francisco Electronic Music Festival is an artist-run organization founded in 1999 by eight local sound artists and musicians. Enjoy the immersive experiences of sound and music on a deeper level.
  • With influences of jazz and contemporary music, plus collaborations with artists like Erykah Badu and Mos Def, Bilal is a force all his own you won't want to miss.