Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
May 28 2022
[as of 5/25/2022]
The previously scheduled show—with Sarah And the Sundays— is postponing to July 15th.
Here's a message from the band:
Hi y’all, it is with heavy hearts that we must postpone our show in SF on Saturday, May 28th. A member of our touring party has tested positive for Covid and we want to prioritize everyone’s safety while they recover. We are rescheduled for Friday, July 15th, previously purchased tickets will be honored. Again, we’re so sorry for any inconvenience caused, thank you for your understanding.
Saturday May 28 2022
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
••• ALL AGES
$13 in advance / $15 at the door
Sarah And The Sundays
psychedelic indie rock
Sarah And The Sundays
-from Austin, TX
-A 5 piece band of 21-year-olds out of Austin, TX. Their first album as a full band organically amassed over 12.5M streams across 3 songs and no editorial support, so they took a leap of faith: leaving college after one year to pursue their dream. SATS debut studio album The Living End was released through AWAL Records in October 2021. Their single “I’m So Bored” has been featured on Sirius XM’s Alt Nation and was on Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday, Feel Good Indie Rock, Fresh Finds and more, along with several Apple Music playlists.
-from Los Angeles, CA
-Sir, Please is an L.A. based indie-rock band, with a psychedelic edge. Their moving lyrics and unique sound creates a vibe that resonates with any crowd. Singer Shane Cronin’s powerful vibrato naturally fuses with Michael Leese’s crisp rhythm guitar and the driving grooves of drummer David Kohn and bassist Josh Cronin. The result is a contemporary sound, with hints of old.
-Noa Zimmerman’s career has reflected her belief in the responsibility of artists to push society forward by using their platforms to raise awareness about injustices, and inspire others to take action to create positive change. As a singer/songwriter and filmmaker, she strives to present herself and her art as authentically as possible, and create human to human connections with those who resonate with her message. Noa has written, recorded, self-produced, and released five albums and two EPs as an independent artist. She has also released two singles with music videos which she filmed and edited. In May of 2021 she graduated with a double degree from University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, studying Popular Music Performance with an emphasis on Songwriting, and Music Production. Noa was the first female to complete the Music Production major, and the first person to complete a double major within the Popular Music Program. Upon admittance to USC, Noa was awarded a full-tuition Stamps Scholarship for her leadership, academic achievement, and community engagement.
The scholarship also provided an enrichment fund which allowed her to travel to India and Tibet to study Hinduism and Buddhism - a trip that inspired her creative activism, and enforced her desire to use art as a means of promoting cross-cultural understanding and unity. When she was a junior in high school she founded Soundwaves: Marin City Youth Music Academy, which provides free music lessons taught by high school students to underserved elementary school students in Marin City, California. She received the Center for Volunteer and Non-Profit Leadership's Heart of Marin Youth Volunteer of the Year Award for this project. During her junior year of college she designed and ran a therapeutic songwriting program at Maryvale, a treatment center for teenage foster kids with addiction issues. She also worked as lead videographer for a documentary surrounding the community organizing efforts to fight a large scale oil drilling proposal in Santa Maria, California. In March 2020, Noa co-founded and became Executive Director of the Artivist Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to amplifying the voices of activist artists, and connecting them with local and global communities to advance social, racial, environmental, and economic justice.