Burger Boogaloo Officially Moves To Halloween Weekend With Same Lineup

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Here’s a message that was sent to us earlier today by the organizers of Burger Boogaloo:

Given the unprecedented circumstances facing our city, state, and country, Burger Boogaloo is officially moving to Halloween weekend: Saturday, October 31st & Sunday, November 1st in Oakland’s Mosswood Park. The festival’s lineup will remain the same and even include additional artists: Shannon Shaw, Hammered Satin, and The Rubinoos. All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new dates.

The safety of our attendees, performing artists, and staff is of the utmost priority. That sentiment extends beyond the Boogaloo’s festival grounds, which is why we want to stress the importance of staying home, refraining from unnecessary socializing, and maintaining thorough cleanliness during these trying times.

Outside of Halloween being the most fitting holiday for Burger Boogaloo to fall on, we chose these new dates because they were the best option for accommodating our performing artists, many of whom have had to cancel or reschedule upcoming tours. For the same reasons, we ask that you continue to support the artists you cherish and the members of your community who have been hit hardest by current events whenever possible. This includes abiding by social distancing practices that can help keep others healthy in the present while ensuring that a safer future comes sooner than later.

We look forward to the day that live music returns and to a Burger Boogaloo Halloween celebration that will be unlike any other. Until then, keep safe and keep listening.

BURGER BOOGALOO 2020 LINEUP

BIKINI KILL (1st Bay Area show in 25 years)
CIRCLE JERKS (1st Bay Area show in 10 years)
PLASTIC BERTRAND (1st Bay Area show ever)
CARBONAS (1st Bay Area show in 10 years)
BLEACHED
SHANNON SHAW
ALICE BAG (of the Bags)
FLIPPER
THE FEVERS
PANSY DIVISION
THE YOUNGER LOVERS
PANTY RAID
MIDNITE SNAXXX
HAMMERED SATIN
THE RUBINOOS

TICKET PRICES
Day 1 – $99
Day 2 – $69
Weekend Pass – $129
VIP day 1 – $149
VIP day 2 – $109
VIP weekend Pass – $199

An avid drummer whose discography includes albums on Digital Nations (a Steve Vai imprint), music critic Louis Raphael has always kept a pulse on the San Francisco music scene. After many years as the San Francisco Music Examiner for Examiner.com and AXS.com, he decided to start Music in SF® as a way to showcase what the San Francisco music scene really has to offer.

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