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Sunday February 11 2018
 2:00PM doors -- music at 3:00PM
••• 21 AND OVER
$10 or $8 with Winter Clothing Donation
  **Clothing drive to benefit Oakland STOMP (a mobile medical clinic bringing care and resources to the people) and the Homeless Youth Alliance of San Francisco
  Iron Man Moving & Subliminal SF presents...
 The Subliminal Sunday BBQ show

  Free BBQ food: Burgers, dogs, and more!
  of Neurosis and Operation Ivy
High & Tight
  Punk, Surf, Rock and Roll
  of Dwarves

Pete the Roadie: Vocals
Dave Ed: Bass
Jon Weiss: Drums
Mauz: Guitar
-from Oakland, CA

-Kicker is a Punk band from Oakland. Featuring current and past members of Neurosis, and Dystopia, along with veteran road dog Pete The Roadie on vocals. We're here to drink your beer, eat your chips, and bludgeon your ears with Punk.

High & Tight
Don Malinverno, David Gale, Russ St. John, Bob McCormick
-from San Mateo, CA

-High and Tight is an American rock band formed and residing in NorCal's Bay Area. Influences are drawn from their collective musical backgrounds including; garage punk, california skate rock, street punk, 60s texas garage, surf, Boston Rock, 70s/80s metal, and Little Richard (of course). Since its inception in 2009, High and Tight has played over 100 shows up and down the west coast and been an integrel part of the San Francisco/Oakland music scene.

  of Dwarves
Hewhocannotbenamed - Guitar/Vocals
Keith Mueller - Lead Guitar/Vocals
Bobby Ramone - Bass/Vocals
Eric Borst - Drums/Vocals
-from San Francisco, CA

-He Who Cannot Be Named has been playing punk rock for over 25 years, most of that time with the legendary “Dwarves”. An original member of this San Francisco based combo, he wrote or cowrote many of your favorite tunes from the early Sub Pop albums “Blood Guts and Pussy”, and “Thank Heaven For Little Girls”. He was voted guitarist of the year by “Flipside Magazine” in 1991, but is mostly known for his unusual stage wear, or lack thereof. His trademark look can best be described as “naked and wearing a mask”. According to James Orme from Slug Magazine, He Who... is “maybe the most mysterious character in all of rock n’ roll.”