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The Bedlam in San Francisco

The First Annual New Years Eve Experience December 31 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Featuring

The Mars Volta (acoustic and electric)

The Eternals

Peanut Butter Wolf

Nobody

DJ Dennis (good foot, Long Beach)

and surprise special guests

The Mars Volta

Live Nation is pleased to unveil the festivities for "The Bedlam in San Francisco," the first annual New Years Eve Experience featuring The Mars Volta. Bringing back the classic marathon New Years Eve performances of old, this seven plus hour event includes full concert sets from The Mars Volta (both acoustic and electric), The Eternals, a stunning synchronized video DJ performance by the legendary Peanut Butter Wolf, a gallery showcasing the artwork of Jeff Jordan (The Mars Volta album artist), full DJ sets from Nobody and DJ Dennis, as well as special guest performances.

Backed by a custom liquid light display, The Mars Volta are planning a much anticipated, never before seen acoustic set in addition to their full rock concert set. During DJ performances, fans will be treated to a series of short films handpicked by the members of The Mars Volta. A traditional New Years Eve countdown will take place with the band at midnight.

Tentative set times are as follows:

8:00pm -Nobody

9:00pm - The Eternals

10:00pm - The Mars Volta Acoustic Set

10:30pm - Peanut Butter Wolf Video Performance

11:30pm - The Mars Volta Electric Set

2:00am - DJ Dennis

3:00am - Peanut Butter Wolf DJ Set

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Mars Volta acoustic? :PB):blink: Wow.

with PBW? :o

...to be stuck in southern Ohio... :angry: :angry: :angry:

sounds like a crazy good show...trying to stop the jealousy from turning into hate...

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Oh shit!! That is badass. Now I know why ST did some random uploads recently, love that he featured that James Pants / Vex 7" on there. Looks like that's why they added Crow44 as well, another overlooked one for sure.

Happy ST has been more involved on Bandcamp, really becoming my most important site for music these days

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