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Yoshi's San Francisco

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Box Office:
Open Daily 12:00pm

Monday Closed

Tuesday - Thursday
5:30pm to 8:30pm

Friday & Saturday


Tuesday - Sunday
Open 5:00pm

Yoshi's San Francisco
1330 Fillmore Street
SF, CA 94115
Phone: 415.655.5600

Jazz Club
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DAVE CHAPPELLE feat. musical guest Frédéric Yonnet

Jul 08-Jul 9, 2012

Two Nights Only - Online Sales Only!

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  • Sunday 11pm (SOLD OUT)
  • Monday 8pm & 10:30pm (SOLD OUT)



Dave Chappelle has become one of the most distinctive voices in comedy with his laser-precise views on race, class and popular culture. His rocket to international stardom came in 2003 with the groundbreaking "Chappelle's Show," a half-hour blend of sketch, stand-up and musical guests. Chappelle has also appeared in films such as “Half Baked,” “The Nutty Professor,” “Con Air,” “You’ve Got Mail” and “Blue Streak,” as well as on over 40 national television shows including numerous appearances on "The Late Show with David Letterman," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and "Politically Incorrect.” He starred in his own one-hour HBO special and also in “Dave Chappelle’s Block Party,” a concert documentary directed by dreamy surrealist Michel Gondry.

Frédéric Yonnet
Using an instrument that many have owned but few have mastered, urban jazz harmonicist Frédéric Yonnet’s musical skills and stage presence crushes every preconceived notion that you’ve ever had about the harmonica. He presents the harmonica in a refreshing and modern context – as a lead instrument in urban jazz and hip-hop. It’s stylish. It’s cool. It’s brilliant. His impressive style has led to recordings and performances with music legends Stevie Wonder and Prince, pop-icons, the Jonas Brothers, and R&B artists Erykah Badu, Wyclef, and John Legend. Rolling Stone magazine referred to Yonnet as “Prince’s killer harmonica player” and praise from comedian Dave Chappelle, contemporary jazzman Bob James, songstress Patti Austin and producer Pharrell Williams have affirmed his mission to change the way the music industry, musicians and enthusiasts regard the pocketsize reed instrument.