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Living Room Jam
Arts & Culture
Thursday, July 19, 2012
On July 19, join Sceneopolis for the launch of its one-of-a-kind monthly series – inTO at their inaugural event, the Living Room Jam. Top-tier arts and culture partners, as well as local artists, celebrities, notables, restaurants and nightlife venues, have been carefully combined to create this unique event series. Co-hosted by Mary Kitchen, CityNews entertainment anchor, and Jeffrey Remedios, co-founder of Arts & Crafts Productions, guests will be treated to a musical set by indie band Eight and a Half, as well as an inside glimpse into the makings of their self-titled EP. Between songs, co-hosts and audience members will dive into collective dialogue with the musicians, giving a rare opportunity for guests to understand the craft of music-making. Ticket price also includes a selection of Kitch’s Mexican-inspired comfort food and beverage. Attendees will also be emailed an exclusive Uber code, offering $20 off their ride to the event. Date: Thursday, July 19 Time: 8pm Location: Kitch, 229 Geary Ave. Tickets for this intimate evening are $49 for Sceneopolis members or $69 for non-members and are available online at www.Sceneopolis.com
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