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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

The Bay Brewed Announces Beer and Rock Fest Lineup: Mikal Cronin, Shannon and the Clams, and More

Posted By on Tue, Oct 22, 2013 at 10:12 AM

click to enlarge Mikal Cronin will perform at the Bay Brewed in December.
  • Mikal Cronin will perform at the Bay Brewed in December.

Rock and beer! Rock and beer! Rock and beer!

Our favorite local festival highlighting the world's second- and third-greatest things, respectively, aka the Bay Brewed, just announced its music lineup for Sunday, Dec. 7. It follows a beer lineup that includes a dozen local breweries, including Anchor, 21st Amendment, Speakeasy, TripleVoodoo, Magnolia, Almanac, and more, presented by the S.F. Brewers Guild.

Now back to the music: The Bay Brewed will be headlined by none other than local breakout star Mikal Cronin, and the full lineup includes Shannon and the Clams and a buncha other good bands at Public Works. Here it is:

Mikal Cronin

Shannon and the Clams

Kelley Stoltz

Golden Void

French Cassettes

Magic Fight

And the beer offerings -- of which a $50 advance/$60 door ticket gets you unlimited tastings:

21st Amendment Brewery, Almanac Beer Company, Anchor Brewing, Beach Chalet Brewery & Restaurant,Cerveceria de MateVeza, Headlands Brewing Company, Magnolia Gastropub & Brewery, Pacific Brewing Laboratory, Pine Street Brewery, Pizza Orgasmica & Brewery, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers, ThirstyBear Brewing Company, and Triple Voodoo Brewing.

Boom. The Bay Brewed is presented by the Bay Bridged, another excellent local music blog. You can grab tickets starting now.

See also: The Making of Mikal Cronin: How a Shy Kid from Laguna Beach Became the Best Pop Songwriter in San Francisco

-- @iPORT


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