Cosmic Love Ball Promises Funky Beats, Glitter in SF
Valentine’s Day is nearly upon us. While for some that means another Hallmark holiday of feigned appreciation, if you’re in the San Francisco area this weekend, for YOU it can mean an evening of revelry, brass and plenty of booty shaking.
For the third year running, the Cosmic Love Ball’s celebration of life, love and music returns to SF this Saturday, February 9, at the Fillmore. Leading the cause is Rubblebucket, whose latest EP, Oversaturated, was named one of last year’s best by Paste Magazine. The Brooklyn band’s infectious beats, spacey melodies and funky arrangements should keep the crowd’s hearts thumping and feet moving throughout the night.
Kicking off the party will be local horn blowers and beat throwers, The North Beach Brass Band and the Ambassador of East Coast Disco, DJ Wyllys, will be holding down the decks in between sets. Rounding out the lineup is house band Materialized, whose electronic jams aptly fit the cosmically themed evening.
Tickets for the event can be purchased at the Fillmore box office or online via Ticketmaster. Photos and more information can be found at the event website, cosmicloveball.com. Get funky. Bring the love (and the glitter).
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A proud Texan living in and loving San Francisco, Katie tries to stick to her roots and eat tacos instead of burritos as often as possible. She's probably that short girl who tries to sneak in front of you at a show. Most photos are taken on tip-toes. True loves include My Morning Jacket, The Talking Heads, The Band, Led Zeppelin and Neko Case (among so many others). She wishes she could play Wipeout on the drums.
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