The San Francisco Great Society Presents : Gathering of the Tribes Festival
Sunday September 13th @ The Public Works SF
The Gentle Cycle
The Spiral Electric
LSD and the Search for God
Down and Outlaws
Down Dirty Shake
The Love Dimension
Mark Nelsen & The Mutiny
California Raga Association
Lee Gallagher and the Hallelujah
The Green Door
Carlton Melton (band page)
Zodiac Death Valley
White Light Prism – vimeo.com/user6728976
Mad Alchemy – www.madalchemy.net
Andy Puls – www.videopaws.com
DJs – Abel Oleson / Derek See / Sonic Sunshine
Allyson Lacy-vintage clothing & accessories
Alyssa Townsend-art, prints, tees, patches, & vintage
Dan Olsen-art prints & zines. danzodanzo.com
Keri Shewmaker-vintage & accessories
Danger Vintage-clothing, accessories, & more
Jessica Woolard-ceramic pottery + plants, handmade goods
Nayeli Nava-art, zines, pins
Patch Ya Later-handmade embroidered patches.
Tika Hall-handmade textiles and clothing
Natalie Sweet, cmt
Yasamine June yasaminejune.com
Galine Tumasyan galinetumasyan.com
Robert Quinn www.groovyfrisco.com
Doug Rhodes DougRhodes.com
Matt Leunig scrapedknee.com
For more information, visit the official SFGS Festival Website:www.gatheringofthetribessf.org
Promoters: Innerlight Presents, Counter Culture Artist Management, Mad Alchemy Presents & Pow Magazine
Sponsored by Amoeba Music
Beatniks. Jazz cats. Blues boys. Punks. Hippies. Artists.
Bohemia yesterday, and today. San Francisco has been the home for music and art for several decades. Scenes have died, and others have risen. The 1960s came and went, but the history and energy reverberates to this day.
A response to those who argue that there’s less of a music community in San Francisco, we united as the San Francisco Great Society, coining the name from the band preceding the Jefferson Airplane. Sparked by Pow Magazine, which has been involved in the documentation of the ever changing music scene of the San Francisco Bay Area since the late 1980s, we met with the artists that give life and sound to the city, and came together.
Inspired by the “Human Be-In” that took place in Golden Gate Park in 1967, we saw the need for ample representation and celebration of the music and arts of San Francisco yesterday, and today. We bring you the Gathering Of The Tribes.
Changes occur, but we always remember the San Franciscan legacy. We bring to you a celebration of music, art, and community. We also make a bold statement. San Francisco is here to stay.