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SoFA Fest

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South First Street rocks Sunday in downtown San Jose

The seventh annual SoFA Festival takes place Sept. 20, 11am-7pm, in downtown San Jose on South First Street between Reed and San Carlos streets. Admission is $5 ($4 in advance; free before noon). Tickets are available through BASS.

San Carlos Street Stage

Chicken Coupe DeVille, 11am
Hope Child, 12:15pm
Dub Congress, 1:30pm
The Hollisters, 2:45pm
Yeska, 4pm
Pele Juju, 5:30pm

Jeffries Fan Club
Gore Park Stage

Horchata, 11am
Sunfur, 12:15pm
ACME Swing Company, 1:30pm
Jeffries Fan Club, 2:45pm
Corby Yates, 4pm
The Cheeseballs, 5:30pm

Arts Stage

Diana Allejandre's Arte Flamenco de San Jose
Bakatalk Poetry Poets
Comedian Mike Welch
Diamond John's Revue, featuring Lucy Manhattan and the San Jose Divas
Diversity Dance Troupe
Ethnic Belly Dancers
Modern Gypsies

Sven Jorganson On the Streets

Blue Adriatic
Circus of the Earth
Jest for Laughs
kAn kRe8t Art Maze
Kung Fu General
Mr. Miraculous
Mr. Twister
Radworks Big Baggy Hats
The Rockit
Sven Jorganson


Agenda Lounge Blueland, 2pm
Cannonball, 3pm
Magnolia Thunderfinger, 4pm
Rock Steady Posse, 5pm
Floodland, 6pm
Verso, 7pm
Unknown Jeromes, 8pm

B-Hive Lounge Disco, funk and R&B, with DJs Jammin G. and Jimco

Cactus Club Bands every half hour, starting at noon:
Dr. Satan's Robots
Boy Kicks Girl
Concerning Eye
The New Mosquitos
The Odd Numbers
Forever and a Day
Lodo y Asfaito
Tribal Disco Noise
Jalopy Taco Stand
Willie's Conception
At Random
The Defiant Ones
True 2 Form
Sad Boy Sinister

Cafe Babylon Present Tense with DJs Rick Gagarin, Chris Leath, Nada and Special Guest
plus performances by Antonym, Betty's Love Child, Pijin and Special Guest

Hope Child The Phoenix Little Lucky Records, Zero Magazine and Smack present:
The Defiant Ones
Fine to Drive
The Gist
Your Precious You

The Usual Retromotive, 12:15pm
Terra Nova, 1pm
Not Hot, 1:45pm
Good Life, 2:30pm
Triple Seven, 3:15pm
IBOPA, 4pm
Sketch, 5:30pm

South First Billiards Music, pool and art

Modern Gypsies

Art Galleries

Cafe Babylon
Art for the People Artists, featuring Gary Abkin, Ted Babcok, Gustavo Bernal, James Dewrance, Mark Harlock Massee, Melanie Jimenez, Isaac Mangold, Rachmael Nissan, Margaret Oliver, Elanor Prager, Mark Ritch, Lydia Ropp and Denis Sater

d.p. Fong Galleries
"Figurative Works" by Lucy Gaylord, Wayne Jiang, George Rivera and Linda Wallgren, plus "Recent Sculptures in Steel and Glass" by Bella Feldman

"Ser o No Ser," works by Victor and Carlos Cartagena

SJ Institute of Contemporary Art
Solo exhibits by John McCormick and Susan Plum

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