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Monday, June 18, 2012

Live Photos, 6/17/12: Scissor Sisters Bathe the Fox in Neon and Sweat

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Sunday, June 17, 2012

The Fox Theater, Oakland

Scissor Sisters could probably play in the Bay Area every night to a sizeable crowd. But of course that doesn't happen. Instead, the band rolls through town every year or so for one neon-crazed dance party like the one that happened last night at the Fox Theater in Oakland. SF Weekly photographer Sugarwolf was on hand to capture the occasion, and sent back these photos.

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