Fauxchella Shows of the Month // GO4FREE to Hudson Mohawke, Savages or DMA’s

Hudson Mohawke & SavagesWritten by Nik Crossman //

Can’t make it to Coachella this year? No worries! We’ve got you covered with tickets to some of the best Fauxchella shows in the Bay Area.

Win a pair of free tickets to one of our Fauxchella Shows of the Month by entering your name and email below.


DMA’s: April 15th (FRI) @ The Independent // BUY TICKETS

Releasing their debut LP in February, these Aussies continue to rise on the popularity of their single “Delete”. Before heading down to the desert for their Saturday set at Coachella, DMA’s will headline The Independent the day before to showcase their unique, layered harmonies and acoustic-to-electric transitions.

Contest ends Friday, April 15th at 3 p.m.


Savages: April 19th (TUE) @ The Fillmore // BUY TICKETS

Pulling their name from the 1954 novel Lord of the Flies, this London-based punk quartet is the “closest thing to art that post-punk has offered in a while,” writes The Guardian. Their latest and second full-length album Adore Life dropped in January and peaked at No. 26 on the UK charts. In between their two sets at Coachella, Savages will make a pit stop in SF to play The Fillmore.

Contest ends Tuesday, April 19th at 3 p.m.


Hudson Mohawke: April 21st (THUR) @ Mezzanine // BUY TICKETS

Better known by his stage name Hudson Mohawke, Ross Birchard is a Scottish DJ/producer from Glasgow who started his claim to fame by becoming the youngest ever DMC UK finalist. Building on his early popularity through his work as a turntablist, he continues to win over fans with his genre-smashing, wonky approach; in 2013, he signed on to Kanye West’s GOOD Music label. If you can’t make it to Coachella, make sure to catch him in SF for a Thursday night party at Mezzanine.

Contest ends Thursday, April 21st at 3 p.m.


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Chuck Prophet: April 15th (FRI) @ Great American Music Hall
(((folkYEAH!))) Presents Marc & the Casuals with special guest Sean Hayes & Extra Classic: April 15th (FRI) @ The Chapel
Haelos: April 19th (TUE) @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall
Bombino: April 22nd (FRI) @ The New Parish
Keller Williams: April 22nd (FRI) @ Great American Music Hall
Bombino: April 23rd (SAT) @ The Independent
Day Wave: April 25th (MON) @ The Independent
Say Anything: April 27th (WED) @ Slim’s
Garden & Villa: April 27th (WED) @ Brick & Mortar Music Hall
Fruition: April 28th (THUR) @ The Chapel
The Sam Chase: April 29th (FRI) @ Great American Music Hall
The Slackers: April 30th (SAT) @ Slim’s
Thao & the Get Down Stay Down: April 30th (SAT) @ The Fillmore


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SF Shows of the Week // GO4FREE to Sage Francis or Rainbow Girls

Sage Francis & Rainbow GirlsWritten by Josh Herwitt //

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Sage Francis: January 30th (FRI) @ Mezzanine
Rainbow Girls: January 31st (SAT) @ The Fillmore




Sage Francis: January 30th (FRI) @ Mezzanine // BUY TICKETS
Rhode Island rapper and spoken word poet Sage Francis returns to the City this Friday night after delivering positive vibes among politically-charged rhymes at The Independent back in June. Francis, who is a member of the contemporary spoken word movement, has been touring the world in support of his fifth and newest studio album Copper Gone, which he released last year on his very own label Strange Famous Records. Backing up Francis at Mezzanine will be Brooklyn underground hip-hop duo Metermaids, also on Strange Famous Records, and Oakland alternative hip-hop MC/producer and Anticon record label co-founder Jeffrey James Logan, better known by his stage name Jel.

Contest ends Friday, January 30th at Noon.




Rainbow Girls: January 31st (SAT) @ The Fillmore // BUY TICKETS
Bay Area ladies, this one is just for you. This Saturday night, The Fillmore welcomes Rainbow Girls, The Hot Toddies, The She’s and Kendra McKinley for its first-ever all-female show. Hailing from Santa Barbara and Sebastopol, the five gals who make up Rainbow Girls offer a gypsy-inspired mix of stomp folk, rock ‘n’ roll and Americana all rolled up into one sound. Just a few weeks ago, the band released its new song “Step Down From the Mountain,” and fans should get to hear plenty from its debut album The Sound of Light. The Bay Area will also be well-represented at the show, as Oakland indie/surf-pop outfit The Hot Toddies, which is celebrating their 10-year anniversary as a band, SF dream/surf-pop act The She’s and SF singer-songwriter Kendra McKinley will open things up.

Contest ends Friday, January 30th at Noon.


Follow Showbams on Twitter for more contest giveaways throughout the week. Be the first to respond to our contest tweets to GO4FREE to these shows:

Jukebox the Ghost: January 30th (FRI) @ Slim’s
Chuck Prophet: January 31st (SAT) @ Great American Music Hall
Afrolicious: January 31st (SAT) @ The Chapel


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WIN FREE TICKETS: Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express at Great American May 31

Chuck-ProphetEnter the contest at the bottom of this page. Photo by Charlie Homo.

Renaissance man and roots rock enthusiast Chuck Prophet and The Mission Express bring it on home this Friday to Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. Known as a musical vagabond, Chuck Prophet has found solace residing in the Bay Area, and he’s making a one night appearance in SF to promote his latest album, Beautiful Temple. Named after the local establishment where he started his journey, Prophet celebrates the eccentricities of San Francisco in his full length homage to the City. From strippers to politicians and all characters in between, he provides a gritty narrative set to the tone of his “white trash soul”.

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this raucous homecoming for a true native son of San Francisco.


Win 2 Free Tickets! Enter to win if you can attend this show Friday, May 31 at Great American Music Hall in SF.

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Contest ends Friday May 31 at Noon. The winner will be picked at random & notified by email. Your email will be kept private – we will share your email with no one.

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