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Berkeley Events Calendar

Nightlife entertainment guide for Berkeley

Looking for a complete list of special events in Berkeley ? Look no further. Here is your nightlife entertainment guide for Berkeley.

Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse , 2020 Addison Street, San Francisco, California (Berkeley) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

This is your chance to play at the Freight. Our Open Mic has brought in some of our brightest performers, including Shawn Colvin, Dana Carvey, Alvin Youngblood Hart, and Patrick Landeza. The audience is friendly – and people actually listen! So come on down and join the fun. All performers welcome. HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: Signups – on a [more]

La Peña Cultural Center , 3105 Shattuck Ave., San Francisco, California (Berkeley) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

BUY TICKETS HERE: http://bit.ly/2d1jvH9 $12 ADVANCE / $15 DOOR Come shake your groove thing at La Peña. Leave it to Diva is a Motown, R&B, funk & rock band. They’ll play 2 hours of tunes to make you dance and come back for encores! Like to dance? You won't be able to leave the dance floor. Like to listen? Leave it to Diva delivers great [more]

Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse , 2020 Addison Street, San Francisco, California (Berkeley) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

Dom Flemons is the "American Songster," pulling from traditions of old-time folk music to create new sounds. Having performed music professionally since 2005, he has played live for over one million people just within the past three years. As part of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, which he co-founded with Rhiannon Giddens and Justin Robinson, he [more]

Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse , 2020 Addison Street, San Francisco, California (Berkeley) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

Jeremy Kittel is an American fiddler, violinist, and composer. Fluent in multiple musical genres, his original music draws from traditional roots, jazz, Celtic, Classical, electronic, and more. Kittel performs with his own band or trio, as a duo, and as a soloist with orchestras. In addition to his own projects, he has composed and arranged for [more]

Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse , 2020 Addison Street, San Francisco, California (Berkeley) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

Have you ever seen Cheryl Wheeler at the Freight? If so, you already know. She tells hilarious stories, sings heartbreakingly beautiful songs, and makes an unforgettable connection with her audience. Singout! Magazine calls her a “rare artist” and praises her “strong poetry, complex melodies, and clever wit.” According to the website [more]

Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse , 2020 Addison Street, San Francisco, California (Berkeley) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

The Bug Family Band plays original folk rock for kids and former kids. They hatched in the SF Bay Area in 2010 as Ladybug Picnic, & metamorphosized into their mature form while recording their debut CD in 2013. At full strength, the band consists of 4 adults (drums, piano, guitar, and vocals/percussion), and 2 kids (Anna plays the glockenspiel and [more]

Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse , 2020 Addison Street, San Francisco, California (Berkeley) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

If you already know these two, nothing much needs to be said. They’re coming to the Freight! Get your tickets! Bring people you love! But in case you haven’t met their music before, what stands out is its beauty, intelligence, and grace. Here’s how Suzzy Roche describes her career: “I began singing with my sisters when I was a kid. [more]

Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse , 2020 Addison Street, San Francisco, California (Berkeley) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

Chatham County Line is a four-man American roots band that emerged from the bluegrass scene in Raleigh, North Carolina at the turn of the millennium. In their matching suits and ties, gathered around a single microphone, they look like a traditional bluegrass band, but in the words of the Washington Post, “the minor chords, patient tempo, and [more]