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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

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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY CONCERT feat. Big Brother & the Holding Company, Pamela Parker and more

March 08, 2012

A Benefit for Earth Day SF and Peace Day SF sponsored by NOW (National Organization for Women)

Join a broad coalition of Bay Area women's organiziations celebrating International Women's Day 2012!

Sponsors include: The National Organization for Women, Planned Parenthood, CodePink, World Can't Wait, Trust Women and the Bay Area Coalition for Reproductive Rights.

Featuring Big Brother & the Holding Company, Pamela Parker, Nonstop Bhangra, Mondo Loko, plus more bands in the Lounge

  • 8pm: $35 adv, $40 door
  • VIP tickets: $99 - Your VIP ticket helps make Earth Day and Peace Day a free public event for 20,000+. To thank you for supporting the 99%, you'll get a special VIP seating in the balcony, a poster and a gift bag.
  • Open Dance Floor!


FREE music in The Lounge:

6:30 - Valerie Orth
7:30 - Ziva
8:30 - Lela Caro
9:30 - Nkechi, Bernadette, Francesca Lee, & Lindy LaFontaine



About NOW:

SFNOW is an active part of the Bay Area’s committed and growing feminist community. We stand together to raise and address local issues and to support national and global feminist issues. We envision a future that allows women full participation in the mainstream of American society, exercising all the associated privileges and responsibilities. With only 15% of congressional seats filled by women, and even less representation in top management of the Fortune 500, women have a way to go towards equal representation in the top down decision-making of our society. We work together and collaboratively with others in a peaceful, assertive way to accomplish our mutual goals through grassroots feminist activism.

NOW SF's website