The Fox Theater in Oakland played host to rockers The Kills, as thousands of screaming fans filled up the historic East Bay venue. Eleanor Friedberger and Mini Mansions provided opening support. See our full review of The Kill at the Fox Theater.All pictures by Christopher Victorio.
Best Buck in the Bay Rodeo & Festival went down at Driscoll Ranches in La Honda California. The gay rodeo promised "rough and tumble days and a hot and steamy nights." All photographs by Joseph Schell.
Hundreds gathered at 111 Minna on September 9 to celebrate the winners and nominees for the SF Weekly Web Awards. So much talent in just one city. See a full list of winners here.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
A memorial service for those lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks was held in San Francisco's Civic Center. Police and firefighters gathered to honor those who lost their life in service on the tenth anniversary of the attacks.All photographs by Joseph Schell.
What has two wheels and enjoys a good time? The San Francisco Bike Party. The kinder, gentler version of Critical Mass rolled through San Francisco on September 2, and we were there to capture all the action.All photographs by Hanna Quevedo.
Taylor Swift took the stage at the HP Pavilion on September 1, performing in front of a estatic and sold-out crowd. Read our review of Taylor Swift over at All Shook Down.All photographs by Christopher Victorio.
Rock the Bells took over the Shoreline Amphitheater, with a host of hip hop legends performing their albums in their entirety, including Lauryn Hill's The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Nas' Illmatic, and Mos Def & Talib Kweli's Black Star.All photographs by Gil Riego Jr.