Friday Night Music Wrap Up

Tonight, The SF Bay Guardian hosts it’s annual & free “Best Of The Bay” party at the revamped DeYoung museum in Golden Gate Park. Could be a good chance for automotive enthusiasts to try out Warren Hellman’s multi-million dollar parking garage, and mingle with Bruce Brugmann, who for some reason I doubt does much bicycling (details after the jump) …

Other events going on around town tonight include:

A jumpin’ Project Ahimsa fun-raiser benefit at 111 Minna with DJ J.Rocc, that’s free if you RSVP here before 8 pm tonight.

It’s KUSF’s B-Day tonight at Bimbo’s on Columbus where those New Wave hot Dog Eater’s from New Jersey known as Yo La Tengo perform.

Jimmy from The Barfeeders’ wild post-wedding party at Thee Parkside on 17th St is featuring TRICLOPS! and possibly a mysterious group of ex-Golden Gate Park denizens known as Three Weeks Clean.

Details on Guardian Free Party @ DeYoung after the jump…

THE BAY 2007 PARTYFriday, Aug. 3, 2007
5 p.m. -8:45

The de Young

50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive
Golden Gate Park,
San Francisco

You’re invited to our raucous,
rockin’ celebration of this year’s Best of the Bay winners! Enjoy live
musicfrom Rupa and the April Fishes, with special guest Marcus
Shelby, and the infamous DJs of Beatsauce: J-Boogie, Wisdom, and Raw B. In
addition, the work of noted Bay Area rock music photographer Peter Ellenby will
be showcased in a special Guardian co-presentation with NoisePop.

And in honor of the 40th anniversary of the historic Summer of Love, guests
will include prominent figures from that era, featuring Diggers and hippies and
a cavalcade of flower children!
All festivities will take place amid the de Young Museum’s special exhibition

The Guardian‘s Best of the Bay party is open
to the public,

and we invite
all Bay Area residents and visitors to join us in the ultimate celebration of
our hometown!

Best MUNI option:K, L, M or T to Forest Hill Station, then 44 O’Shaughnessy
toward Inner Richmond
Other options: 5 Fulton
or21 Hayes toEighth Avenue
*Admission to the celebration is free;
regular museum admission prices apply to exhibition galleries.

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