RE:IGNITION, the new band featuring SKINLAB mainman Steev Esquivel, are among the acts performing at one of San Francisco's famed Sushi Sunday Showcases on Sunday, August 15. The show is free, but limited to ages 21 and over only. Also performing on the bill will be FREIGHT TRAIN, the new band featuring Sam "BAM" Adato, ex-WREKKING MACHINE skinbasher and owner of the drum shop that bears his name. Other bands performing include Modesto, CA's own EYECON, DISPLACE, and STAGNANT, who will close out the show.
The lineup is as follows:
4:30 pm - EYECON
5:30 pm - DISPLACE
6:30 pm - FREIGHT TRAIN
7:30 pm - RE:IGNITION
8:30 pm - STAGNANT
Sushi Sunday is located at Milk Bar, 1840 Haight St. @ Stanyan, across from Amoeba Records in San Francisco. Doors at 4 p.m., show at 4:30 p.m., free admission, sushi served by Kobe Sake of San Mateo, and DJ/host is Ace of Reality Check TV. For more, click here or call (415) 387-6455. Sushi Sunday was recently recognized as "Best of The Bay 2004" by the SF Bay Guardian.
(Thanks: Edward "Ace" Annese / Reality Check TV)
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