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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Rickshaw Stop Announces 10-Year Anniversary Festival

Posted By on Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 2:20 PM

click to enlarge Upstairs at the Rickshaw
  • Upstairs at the Rickshaw

So Rickshaw Stop, the funky little club near Civic Center on Fell Street, is turning 10 years old next January. In its decade on the S.F. scene, Rickshaw has hosted a frankly crazy number of big names, like M.I.A., Vampire Weekend, Tune-Yards, Toro y Moi, Matthew Dear, Neon Indian, Jesse Ware, and many more.

To celebrate the considerable achievement of keeping a good live music club open in S.F. for 10 years, the Rickshaw's owners are throwing a special week of shows in January. Headliners announced so far include Mikal Cronin and the Spits, but there's a "SUPER AMAZING HEADLINER AND SUPPORT ACT" that the club can't announce until November 24. Tickets will be available individually starting Wednesday, Oct. 23, but the venue will be selling a week-long pass for $65 that will get you into all the shows. Here's the schedule so far:

Tuesday, January 7:

Rickshaw Stop presents


Violent Change

Crez DeeDee

8 pm

$15 adv/$17 doors


Wednesday, January 8

Rickshaw Stop presents


Cool Ghouls


8 pm

$15 adv/$17 doors


Thursday, January 9

Rickshaw Stop and popscene present

SUPER AMAZING HEADLINER AND SUPPORT ACT who will be announced on Nov 24

9:30 pm




Friday, January 10

Rickshaw Stop and Three Kinds of Stupid present



plus Three Kinds of Stupid DJs Brother Grimm, BAS and Chris Baty

9 pm



Saturday, January 11

Rickshaw Stop presents


10 pm



Sunday, January 12

Rickshaw Stop presents


Double Duchess

plus DJ Kidd Sysko (cockblock)

8 pm


Tickets for these shows go onsale tomorrow on the venue's website. It's a little early still, but happy 10 years to the Rickshaw!

-- @iPORT

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