Bla bla, go out and have fun. Be safe! Nightlife events, folks!
Popular drag artist Matthew Martin begins a three-night engagement at Oasis on July 26. Best known for his tongue-in-cheek homages to the classic leading ladies of Hollywood, Martin describes the new show as a mash-up of his greatest hits.
David Burnham, the star of several hit Broadway musicals, returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko for a night of songs with a personal touch.
Summer arts events indoor, outdoor, under the moon or sun, help our world turn.
After more than a year starting renovations to convert an intimate Greek Revival church into a bed & breakfast in pastoral Sharon Springs, NY, celebrated cabaret singer Veronica Klaus returns to Martuni's for two nights of song with The Tammy Hall Trio.
Celebrations for the twentieth anniversary of The Cinch Bar's ownership by Bob Thornton and Robby Morgenstein, held on Saturday, July 14, included a festive array of drinks, food, and a live performance by Maria Konner.
Blair St. Clair did not win Season 10 of RuPaul's Drag Race, but that hasn't stopped the trajectory of her rapidly rising career. Her YouTube video "Now or Never" has almost two million views; that song is a track on her album, 'Call My Life.'
NightGarden Piano, the annual Flower Piano event at the beautiful SF Botanical Garden, expanded to three nights this year (July 12-14) and included scheduled and impromptu performances, food trucks, beer and wine, and enthusiastic music fans.
The Monster Show, The Edge bar's weekly drag show, scintillates and scandalizes with campy big numbers on a tiny stage. Last week's 'Bruno Mars vs. Marina & the Diamonds' theme featured an 'illegal alien' number by host Intensive Claire.
Cast members from the hit musical School Of Rock, which is now performing at the Orpheum Theater, will take to the Brava Theater stage on Monday, July 16 for a night of singing, dancing and good old-fashioned rock and rolling.
There's always a lot going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters.
Midsummer melodies waft through the trees, in theatres and at unusual venues. Enjoy our garden of artistic delights.
With song titles like "Crackpipe," a parody of the Amy Winehouse hit "Rehab," as well as a video titled "So C*nt", Levonia Jenkins is pretty outrageous. Jenkins, a self-described YouTube sensation, brings her stage act 'Gender Fluids' to Oasis on July 12.