Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Yo La Tengo and Sic Alps Show is *Not* Sold Out

Posted By on Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 10:04 AM

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In this week's issue, we made a mistake listing the info for the Sic Alps gig on Saturday at the Fillmore. The show is not sold out. You can still grab tickets to see the San Francisco act both locals and big indie icons are singing praises for--while also catching the headlining set by Yo La Tengo, whose "Here to Fall" single was one of my favorite songs of 2009. 

Read Emily Rose Epstein's profile of Sic Alps here, and further appreciate the rise of a trio that can easily move between playing the Sutro Heights Park one moment and one of San Francisco's legendary venues the next. 

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