Women's Equality Day Show feat. Everyone Is Dirty

Women's Equality Day Show feat. Everyone Is Dirty

Mayya & The Revolutionary Hell Yeah, Silk Mother, SF Rock Project House Band, DJ Sugar Candy Mountain

Thu · August 23, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$15 (plus more for donation, if you can afford)

This event is all ages

Poetry Readings by Thea Matthews and Cassandra Dallett

Art on Exhibit by Lauren Marie Navarro Espina , Jazmine Schwinges, ghostsinmyramen

Proceeds donated to The Immigration Center for Women and Children (ICWC), a non-profit legal organization in SF providing affordable immigration services to underrepresented immigrants in California. ICWC strives to provide security and stability for children who are abused, abandoned or neglected and for immigrants who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crimes.

Everyone Is Dirty
Everyone Is Dirty
Everyone Is Dirty is a fierce and freaky new voice flying her symphonic spaceship into the future of rocknroll led by fatale femme Sivan Lioncub and her anchor-shaped electric violin; with her besties Christopher Daddio, Tyler English and Jake Kopulsky. In addition to their ferocious four-piece formation, for mellower dreamy/psychy moods they deliver a spacey, sultry set with lingering layers of pedal steel, violin and guitar.
Mayya & The Revolutionary Hell Yeah
Mayya & The Revolutionary Hell Yeah
"Diminutive in stature, Gargantuan in spirit" - Mayya was born in Russia, grew up in the TL in SF. She is inspired by David Bowie, Gogol Bordello, Iggy Pop, funk music, George Harrison, pretty much anything with energy and good melodies... and anyone who is unapologetically themselves! She has a band called Mayya & The Revolutionary Hell Yeah!
Silk Mother
Silk Mother
(with members of Gamelan X): A massive wall of shoegazey psychedelic delight with delicate airy vocal harmonies & vibraphone.
SF Rock Project House Band
San Francisco Rock Project [SFRP] is dedicated to instilling confidence, inspiring creativity, and celebrating collaboration in a dynamic and supportive environment to students of any and every walk of life.
DJ Sugar Candy Mountain
Venue Information:
The Chapel
777 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110