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SF’s 1st Ever “Southside Festival”

A brand new all-day free music & arts festival in Bayview
By - posted 4/28/2017 No Comment

On Saturday, April 29, 2017, Imprint.City and The Bay Bridged (the people behind Phono del Sol) will launch the 2017 Southside Festival in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood.

The Southside Festival is a day-long, free, music & arts festival, showcasing local visual artists and musicians, however unlike most festivals, Southside will enliven indoor spaces, using music as a vehicle to bring individuals to local businesses.

2017 Southside Festival
Saturday, April 29 | Noon to 7pm
1439 Egbert Ave. (btwn Jennings and Third), Bayview, SF
FREE – RSVP on Facebook

The festival takes place inside of Laughing Monk Brewing and Seven Stills Distillery both located on Egbert Avenue, an area experiencing an increase of maker spaces.

Free Concert Lineup: Sol Development, Le Vice, Xiomara, Siri, Jay Stone and Crashing Hotels

The Southside Festival will coincide with the one-year anniversary of Laughing Monk Brewing, which will be offering special beer releases including their new Belgian Waffle Tripel, serving kegs of their barrel aged Devil’s Hoard and barrel aged Peach Pulpit, tapping several special firkins just for the occasion and giving free tours throughout the day.

On Sunday, April 30th from 2-4:00 pm, the second day of the festival, visual artist and Bayview Senior Service resident, Ira Watkins, will curate an arts exhibition while Sprayview muralist Cameron Moberg will paint another large-scale outdoor mural on Egbert Avenue, now know to many as the Sprayview.