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Not Dead Yet Fest Celebrates San Francisco Music Scene With Top Emerging Artists

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/13/14 -- In a celebration of San Francisco's thriving music scene, the first annual Not Dead Yet Fest ( will bring together ten of the city's best up-and-coming musical artists on Saturday, June 7, 1 p.m., at Thee Parkside. Doors open at 12 noon. Strange Vine, Annie Girl and the Flight, and Cellar Doors will anchor the new festival. Tickets are $10 at the door and on sale now at

Not Dead Yet Fest (NDYF) is a reminder, perhaps even a battle cry, of how much great music is alive and well in San Francisco.

NDYF is presented by The Bay Bridged, San Francisco's leading source for independent music, and created by Down and Outlaws, one of San Francisco's most promising new rock and roll bands. NDYF exists to promote and bring together the thriving music community in our City by the Bay.


  • Strange Vine
  • Cellar Doors
  • Annie Girl and the Flight
  • Ash Reiter
  • SPECIAL GUESTS Theee Rock Wolfz
  • Down And Outlaws
  • Lee Gallagher And The Hallelujah
  • Down Dirty Shake
  • Bonnie and the Bang Bang
  • Joshua Cook and the Key Of Now

To those who wonder if the SF music scene is dead: Not on your life.

Chris Danzig
Down and Outlaws
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