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Arts + CultureMusic20th Street Block Party was a musical blast

20th Street Block Party was a musical blast

Con Brio, LA Witch, Y La Bamba, Zelma Stone and more turned up the sunshine.

Last weekend, San Francisco got in plenty of sunny, sonic activity before the rains came and swept us all indoors. Noise Pop’s annual free 20th Street Block Party on October 16th brought a fun crowd out for performances by LA Witch, Con Brio, Same Girls, Y La Bamba, Zelma Stone, and more. We caught some of that indie love. All photos by Estefany Gonzalez.

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