Outside Lands Night Show
Outside Lands Night Show
Another Planet Entertainment and Rickshaw Stop are committed to producing safe events. The City and County of San Francisco has mandated all patrons attending events at Rickshaw Stop are required to show proof of full vaccination (must be 2 weeks past final dose). Masks are also required.
* Policy is subject to change.
This event is all ages.
$15.00 — General Admission
*plus applicable service fees
All doors & show times subject to change.
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Where his 2020 debut record Live Forever introduced the experiences and places that shaped Bartees Strange (Flagey, Brussels; Mustang, Oklahoma), Farm to Table zeros in on the people – specifically his family – and those closest to him on his journey so far. With his career firmly on the ascent, Farm to Table examines Bartees’ constantly shapeshifting relationship with life post-Live Forever. It also speaks to a deeper lore that says, don’t forget where you came from, and this album is why. Across 10 songs, Bartees is celebrating the past, moving towards the future and fully appreciating the present.
ABOUT BARTEES STRANGE:
Born Bartees Leon Cox Jr. in Ipswich, England to a military father and opera-singer mother Bartees had a peripatetic early childhood before eventually settling in Mustang, Oklahoma. Later, Bartees cut his teeth playing in hardcore bands in Washington D.C. and Brooklyn whilst working in the Barack Obama administration and (eventually) the environmental movement. Since charting a path as a solo artist, Bartees Strange has released two records in quick succession: an EP reimagining songs by The National (Say Goodbye To Pretty Boy, 2020) and his debut album proper Live Forever (2020).
Zelma Stone is the San Francisco-based music project of Bay Area native Chloe Zelma Studebaker.
Written in pre-pandemic San Francisco and recorded last fall in Stinson Beach with producer Maryam Qudus, ‘The Best’ EP is the culmination of Studebaker’s years of songwriting and performing since starting Zelma Stone from her childhood home in 2017. Where 2020’s lauded ‘Dreamland’ EP was a backward glance at fresh grief, ‘The Best’ is an homage to what’s ahead, containing songs about loss but also discovery, the shedding of old identities and relationships to make space for an evolving self. The tracks on ‘The Best’ deepen with each listen, from flourishes of pedal steel to one-liners that stick like tattoos, asserting Zelma Stone as a captivating voice in contemporary songwriting.