Friday, November 02, 2007

Things To Do In San Diego: November 2, 2007

Friday, November 2, 2007:

  • Secret Apollo, Swim Party, The Drowning Men @ Tower Bar
  • War Stories, to live and die in LA, XraYok @ Beauty Bar
  • Minus the Bear, Helio Sequence, Grand Archives @ Soma
  • Architecture in Helsinki, Glass Candy, Panthers @ House of Blues
  • The Dissimilars, The Pets, The Eegos @ Ken Club
  • Gregory Page @ Anthologu (late show, 10 pm)
  • The Eve Selis Band @ Anthology (early show, 7:30)
  • KPRi presents Homegrown Live feat Barbara Nesbitt, Lee Coulter, Astra Kelly, Blizzard @ Brick By Brick
  • JJ Grey and Mofro, Marc Ford @ Belly Up
  • Fundraiser for Dana Drury - Bad Credit, The Kneehighs, MC Flow @ Casbah
  • Jack Rose, Barn Owl, Preston Ari Swirnoff, Joshua Emery Blatchley @ Che Cafe
  • Micromanics, Rickshaw Monkey @ Portugalia
  • Bad Dudes, Planets @ Scolari's (Early Show- 8:45)
  • Naughty Bodies Be Good Vol 1, The Viewmasters @ Scolari's (late show 10pm)
  • Dirty Sweet, Get Back Loretta, Crash Encore, The Silent Comedy @ Cane's
  • Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines @ Acoustic Music San Diego
  • Manganista (CD Release) @ San Diego Sports Club
  • The Faraway Boys, The High Rollers, Even In Blackouts, Idiot Box @ Zombie
  • Comedians Joe Rogan and Joey Diaz @ 4th and B
  • MiGGs, Isaac Cheong, Jackson Price @ Lestat's
  • Suzi Q & Her Be-Bop Boys, The Bop Tones @ Tio Leo's (Napa/Morena location)
  • The Gizzards, CDM, The Experiments, In Perfect Agony @ O'Connell's
  • Elijah and the Revelations @ Winston's

1 comment:

Justin said...

To add to your already exhaustive list:

TONIGHT, Friday Nov 2nd
7:30pm @ SDSU
Only $10

Visit website for program notes and to watch a trailer:


Friday November 2, 7:30 P.M.
San Diego State University Studio Theatre
Tickets Sold at Door: $10 General Admission, $8 Students

Saturday November 3, 6:00 P.M. & 8:00 P.M.
Tijuana Cultural Center
Admission Free

The SAN DIEGO/TIJUANA DANCEonFILM FESTIVAL presents an international collection of experimental short dance film/videos November 2 at SDSU Studio Theatre and on November 3, at the Tijuana Cultural Center. This diverse ten-piece collection will offer dance as a tractor pas de deux, a secret peepshow, a diva’s public melodrama, a heart-pounding tribal message from Africa, and in many other innovative ways that challenge the senses and awaken the imagination. These extraordinary films are as vibrant as live theater productions and as expansive as our world.

The DANCEonFILM FESTIVAL is partnering with the Dance Films Association of New York, SDSU School of Music and Dance and the Tijuana Cultural Center.