3rd Thursdays Block Party – October 18

Enjoy a full bar serving wine, beer and craft cocktails, and a selection of delicious street food offerings curated by Off the Grid.

Check out FREE performances by local bands curated by Another Planet Entertainment – the October 18th Block Party features performances by Katie Cash and the Dirty!

The party also features games! The 3rd Thursday Commons Block Party is a chance for “kids” of all ages to play: show off spike skills with “beach” volleyball provided by SF Social, compete against  family and friends in a game of corn hole or giant chess, and check out the new Helen Diller Civic Center Playgrounds.

Also see the Common’s newest attraction: Zak Ové’s acclaimed public art installation Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness, brought to SF by the San Francisco Arts Commission.

Learn more, RSVP, and invite friends  on Facebook or Eventbrite.  And, click here to check out photos from last year. And just a reminder — 3rd Thursdays are BARTable!

We hope to see you on October  18th – our last of five 3rd Thursdays Block Party events of the season! You’re also invited to join us for weekend block parties on the  1st Sundays of the month on Fulton Street at Larkin, 11am-3pm, through November 4. Learn more about the 1st Sundays Block Parties here.

Headliner Details

About Katie Cash: The music of Katie Cash harkens to a time when rock n roll inspired revolution. In the manner of legends, she handles her guitar with an unparalleled command, embodying the music with every fiber of her being — hair flung as staccato punctuations to the heart she wears on her sleeve. She owns her vocal delivery, swinging you between high & low in an array of lustful richness and provocative rhythms. Perhaps most known for her well-loved band and brainchild Dolorata, she currently shares lead vocal and guitar duties in Oakland based bands Year of the Fist, & Skip the Needle, gliding between punk rock and rock n soul with graceful authenticity her fans have come to love.

About The Dirty: These boys been in jail, kicked out the dive bars and road houses. They’ve rode the rails, and the great American Highways. They’ve sang the dirty songs, and have told the filthy tales. Just four harmonizing shit kickers at your local bar, singing their and your worries away. Purveyors of the Sacramento Sound, and the sweet California Country Music. Dirtballs of the highest order.