Blue Bear Live 2018

A Special Edition of Renee & Irish Greg’s Pop Up featuring:

Jane Wiedlin (The Go-Go’s) & Pietro Straccia

Jane Wiedlin (The Go-Go’s) & Pietro Straccia are psych-pop’s Elettrodomestico and they will be the featured guests on Renee & Irish Greg’s Pop Up on Thursday, May 17th, at the Haight Street Art Center in SF. The timing couldn’t be more perfect as HEAD OVER HEELS, the fearlessly fresh new musical comedy from music legends The Go-Go’s, will have just finished its run at the Curran Theatre. This will be a chance for you to enjoy an intimate evening of music and conversation surrounded by fantastic EMEK X Rock ‘n’ Roll inspired poster art in the gallery. Thanks to Blue Heron for providing the food, 21st Amendment Brewery along with Whetstone Wines will be free flowing, and we invite you to participate in an amazing silent auction featuring:

3 Day Passes to SOLD OUT Bottle Rock Napa Valley

3 Day Pass to Steve & Kate’s Camp

Rock ‘n’ Roll memorabilia

Fine Wine

The Evening:
5:30pm: doors
6:00pm: VIP reception with food, wine & beer, silent auction
7:00pm: Welcome
7:10pm : Blue Bear All Star Band : Periodic Table of Hellaments
7:30pm: Intermission, silent auction closes at 8pm
8:00pm: Featured guests Jane Weidlin & Pietro Straccia
9:30pm: Thank you, good night!

It’s our annual spring fundraiser and we are doing it with punk infused panache. Every ticket is a VIP ticket! You will enjoy delicious treats from Blue Heron catering, wine courtesy of Whetstone Wine Cellars and of course only the best hand crafted beer from 21st Amendment Brewery.

Tickets are $100Space is limited.

Thank you to our sponsors:

Join us as a sponsor of the event, you will become part of the live feed and so much more! If you would like to receive a sponsor packet please contact Renee Richardson:

Proceeds benefit Blue Bear School of Music a nonprofit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to teach people the music they love no matter what age, skill level, or economic background. A San Francisco Legacy Business we are the original school of rock and roll. Since 1971 more than 35,000 people of all ages have learned to play the music they love at Blue Bear. Today the school leads the way in bringing music education programming into underserved communities citywide. Blue Bear is proud to count Glide Memorial, the Bayview YMCA, the SF Public Library, and St. Joseph’s Family Shelter as its partners.