Metallica + San Francisco Symphony @ Chase Center
Metallica, along with the San Francisco Symphony, staged “S&M2,” a sequel concert to their iconic 1999 performance and subsequent record. The concert on September 6th also marked the opening of the new Chase Center in San Francisco, which will be the new home to the Golden State Warriors.
Pasadena Daydream: Deftones, Pixies, Mogwai & more
Last weekend’s incredible festival featured not only a monumental headlining set by The Cure, but also amazing sets from Deftones, Pixies, Mogwai, Chelsea Wolfe, and others. Enjoy the full gallery.
The Cure at Pasadena Daydream
The Cure further cemented their incredible legacy at their own-curated Pasadena Daydream festival
The National @ Frost Amphitheater
The National, out on tour in support of their eighth record I Am Easy To Find, played the recently re-opened Frost Amphitheater on the Stanford University Campus on September 1st. Canadian indie pop band Alvvays opened the show.
Grace VanderWaal @ The Fillmore
Teenage chanteuse and America’s Got Talent winner Grace VanderWaal played the Fillmore in San Francisco on August 29th. Singer Jade Jackson opened the night.
Daniel Caesar at Greek Theatre, Los Angeles
Daniel Caesar enthralled the Los Angeles crowd with his combination of sultry vocals, gorgeous melodies, and impressive stage presence. He had the sold out crowd swooning to every note and song.
The Get Up Kids at the Music Hall of Williamsburg
Promoting their newest album in 8 years, The Get Up Kids brought back memories of nostalgia and emotions as the crowd sang along at the Music Hall of Williamsburg.
Wavves at Industrial City, NY
Waaves rips through the Industrial City crowd as the Brooklyn fans roared in delight.
Vampire Weekend at ACL Live
Indie titans Vampire Weekend – one of the most important and influential bands of our generation – enthralled the crowd of die-hards at their recent ACL Live taping at the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas. The group is currently on tour in support of their fantastic fourth album Father of the Bride.
Better Oblivion Community Center @ The Independent
Better Oblivion Community Center–the supergroup of Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers–wrapped up their tour (and maybe the band) at the Independent in San Francisco on August 11th, a day after their set at Outside Lands. Playing to a packed house, they band tour through their debut record, as well as a some covers of their own tunes, a Magnetic Fields song, and “Shallow” from A Star is Born…
Bush + Live at Daily’s Place
’90s alt-rock titans Bush and Live thrilled a sold-out crowd at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville this past weekend.
Bad Religion at Hollywood Palladium
L.A. punk-rock legends Bad Religion absolutely enthralled the crowd at their return to the Hollywood Palladium. The band were in fine form, racing through a career-spanning setlist that had the venue at peak rowdiness. After nearly 40 years together, they’re still as strong as ever.
Outside Lands – Portraits
In between the dozens of sets at Outside Lands over the three day weekend, we managed to wrangle some bands for some portrait shots at the festival. Our gallery includes shots with Wallows, Cherry Glazerr, the Marias, Delacey, The Seshen, and Alex Lahey.
Outside Lands Day 3
The third and final day of the 2019 Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco featured (probably) the last Bay Area show by Paul Simon, plus sets from Kacey Musgraves, Leon Bridges, Mavis Staples, and more.
Outside Lands Day 2
The second day of Outside Lands music festival in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park saw an amazing performance from Childish Gambino–possibly his last Bay Are Show ever under that moniker. Check out photos from that plus sets from Wallows, Better Oblivion Community Center, Bea Miller, Hozier, Tierra Whack, and Ella Mai.