Noise Pop’s 30th anniversary festival is about to take San Francisco by storm for a week of epic musical performances, film screenings, and parties from Feb. 20-26. Headliners Yo La Tengo, Boy Harsher, and Duster will bring the party alongside dozens of local and international acts across the city. Tickets are on sale now, so grab ’em before they’re gone — some acts have already sold out!
Noise Pop 30 concert lineup
Noise Pop will turn the entire city into festival grounds with epic concerts and shows. The music lineup brings us some fantastic indie-rock acts, up-and-coming bands, international performers, and over 100 local artists. You can catch the performances at historic concert halls and event spaces around SF including the Great American Music Hall, Rickshaw Stop, the Regency Ballroom, and 1015 Folsom.
Although the headliners quickly sold out, you can still grab tickets for Chisel on opening night (Feb. 20) at the Great American Music Hall; Covet on Feb. 22 at the UC Theatre; STRFKR on Feb. 23 at the UC Theatre; the HellaFunny Comedy Night on Feb. 23 at the New Parish; Bob Mould on Feb. 23 at The Chapel; Tourist on Feb. 24 at Public Works; and dozens of other acts.
Tickets for individual concerts range from $13-40. You can also buy a general-access badge for $205 + a $40.82 fee, which gets you into all general admission shows and events other than Yo La Tengo.
Noise Pop 30 film screening lineup
In addition to the concert lineup, Noise Pop is bringing us a great schedule of indie film screenings throughout the week at Alamo Drafthouse and The Cut Outdoor Cinema. All films have a focus on music, with several premieres as well as special guests.
Both the film screening lineup and the concert lineup are subject to change, so make sure you keep up with Noise Pop at their website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.