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“Tonight’s the night…”

rockimage(Depending on your musical sensibilities, that’s either a Neil Young, Rod Stewart or a Phil Collins reference.)

SILICON VALLEY ROCKS: awesome party, gorgeous venue, talented lineup, great cause! You’ve got until NOON today to buy tickets online (tickets will also be available for purchase at the door). Come on out to support music in our schools and have a rocking good time doing it!

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2010 | 7:00PM
Great American Music Hall
859 O’Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 885-0750
Directions: http://www.gamh.com/info/directions.html

FEATURING:

  • Eight Silicon Valley bands
    • KFOG’s Renee Richardson as emcee
    • Raffle featuring a software, hotel/spa packages, software and more
    • Guitar signed by axe master Neil Schon of Journey – up for bid during the show
    • VIP lounge with free drinks, hors d’oeuvres and premium event seating
    • A good time!

    LINEUP (in order of appearance):

    SONIC LOVE TONIC
    THE HOT TODDIES
    THE OPEN SOURCE BAND
    RUBBERSIDEDOWN
    SID LUSCIOUS AND THE PANTS
    LUCID MECHANISM
    INGAR BROWN AND THE FUTURE FUNK
    COVERFLOW

    PICTURES AND VIDEO:

    Download LiveShare and you can snap pictures that will be shared on the big screen! Feel free to shoot video, too! The more, the merrier!

    Thank you to our sponsors, partners, and ticket holders for your support. Can’t wait to see you at the show!

    Get a Room!

    Hey friends of Silicon Valley Rocks!

    Enjoy an $89 rate (plus tax) at Hotel Carlton (a Joie de Vivre hotel) for Wednesday night, December 3rd. This is an awesome deal if you don’t live in San Francisco and want to make a night of it! The Carlton is certified green business and is just a mere three blocks from the historic Great American Music Hall.

    To book your room…

    • go to the Carlton’s website
    • pick December 3 as your arrival date
    • select “one” for the number of nights
    • enter “svrocks” in the “Promo/Corp Code” window

    And voilà, you have a place to crash.