Noise Pop To Kick Off ‘No Place Like Home’ S.F. Livestream Benefit With K. Flay, Built To Spill

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San Francisco-based independent concert promoter Noise Pop has organized the “No Place Like Home” livestream series benefiting the California Bay Area music community, kicking off tomorrow with local favorite K. Flay, with upcoming performances from Rogue Wave, Geographer and Built To Spill.

The livestreams will take place at 7 p.m. PT every Tuesday and Thursday night, held in partnership with independent music artists and venues across the Bay Area to raise funds for those affected by COVID-19 and promote awareness of their vital cultural contributions. 
All funds raised will be shared between the co-promoting venue, artists, and Noise Pop’s Staff Relief Fund. Venues involved include Bay Area mainstays like Slim’s, Cafe Du Nord and Bottom Of The Hill. 
Noise Pop is known for the multi-venue Bay Area showcase festival of the same name that features dozens of artists, and has promoted or co-promoted major events including the Treasure Island Music Festival. 

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YouTube – @noisepop
Twitch – @noisepoplive

Tuesday, May 5
Featuring K. Flay, with opening acts Finish Ticket and Zelma Stone 
Benefiting Bottom of the Hill 

Thursday, May 7
Featuring Rogue Wave, with opening acts Spooky Mansion and Meernaa
Benefiting Cafe du Nord

Tuesday, May 12
Featuring Geographer (with opening acts TBA)
Benefiting Rickshaw Stop

Thursday, May 14
Featuring Built to Spill (Solo) (with opening acts TBA)
Benefiting Slim’s Staff Relief Fund