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You will find the latest San Francisco concert reviews here on Music in SF™ from some of the Bay Area's biggest concert and club venues including Slim's, The Regency Ballroom, The Fillmore, The Warfield, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, Oracle Arena, Concord Pavillion, Shoreline Amphitheater and many more.

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
SF Concert Reviews

BRMC Come Home to the Fillmore in San Francisco

Local favorites Black Rebel Motorcycle Club played the Fillmore last night to a crowd full of friends that have followed the trio from their humble beginnings right here in the Bay Area. The floor was packed, the venue smoky and the vibe so cool you couldn’t cut it with a knife. The band comprised of… Keep Reading

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Nightly Introduce Themselves to San Francisco Audience

Dark and dreamy alt-pop duo, Nightly, stopped by the Café du Nord last night to introduce themselves to San Francisco, a city that they profess isn’t one that they perform at often. “We don’t usually play out here,” said singer Jonathan Capecci. “So, it’s great to see you guys singing along to the lyrics.” The… Keep Reading

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Pink Flies Through the Oracle in Oakland

Wow, what more can be said about Pink’s show last night in Oakland that hasn’t been said before? It was exciting, enthralling, athletic, boisterous, but most of all, it was just bucket loads of fun. After sleeping on it, I have to agree with what most other reviewers in different cities have stated before — this is… Keep Reading

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MGMT Bounces Back at the Warfield in San Francisco

The hipster synthpop duo consisting of Ben Goldwasser and Andrew VanWyngarden, better known as MGMT, rode into town last night on a stationary white Fixie bike for their sold-out show at the Warfield show in San Francisco. On a set that consisted of a few keyboards, some instruments, and a random plant, they took the… Keep Reading

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