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The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 10/14-10/17





The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 10/14-10/17

While surely most people will be spending their weekend over on Treasure Island at the festival of the same name, for those without the finances to acquire tickets or were denied credentials (as apparently was the case with the Deli, sigh) here are a few show selections from the calender.

On Thursday the Phantom Kicks will be bringing their soothing brand of electronic-rock to Club Waziema with Doubledouble, 9pm.

Offering up competition in the same area, The Actors will be putting on a free show at Milk with Spiro Agnew and Portland's Vanimal, 8pm.

Friday night head out to the Rickshaw for a Popscene Presents show with My First Earthquake, Blood Red Shoes, and Sky Larking, 8:30pm.

Spend Saturday having your mind blown at the psychedelic festival Frisco Freakout. In it's third year, this weekend's line-up boasts heavy-hitters Wooden Shjips with Young Prisms, Sic Alps, Howling Rain, Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound, Greg Ashley, Carlton Melton, White Manna, Glitter Wizard, Strangers Family Band, Jeffertitti's Nile, and Mass at Dawn. Doors at 1:30pm.

Finally, close out your weekend with Rank/Xerox at the Hemlock with the Fleshies and Toys That Kill, 9pm.

Otherwise, if you're headed to Treasure Island, enjoy!

 

-Ada Lann

Published: October 12, 2010 |

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