Noise Pop 2013

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Feb 26 - Mar 03 2013

San Francisco, California (Various Venues)

$125

Now in its 21st year, Noise Pop is San Francisco’s premiere celebration of independent music, film and art. The festival attracts over 20,000 independent music fans and scores of bands each year to San Francisco. Over 150 alternative bands will play the 2013 edition of Noise Pop – situations vary from opening up for headlining acts to playing other Noise Pop events, and pay varies depending on the situation.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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