AzuStay In-The-Know On What Goes On Around The Bay

with Azucena Rasilla @ChroniclesofAzu

What: Hola Mexico Film Festival

Where: Roxie Theater – 3117 16th St, San Francisco

When: Friday 8/26 – Sunday 8/28

Come and check out ten fantastic Mexican films playing at the Roxie starting this Friday, individual tickets at $12, or $100 to watch all of them.

Sr. Pig (Mr. Pig), Te Prometo Anarquía (I Promise You Anarchy), Rumbos Paralelos (Parallel Roads), Sopladora De Hojas (Leaf Blower), Elvira, Te Daria Mi Vida Pero La Estoy Usando (Elvira, I Would Give You My Life, but I’m Using It), Los Parecidos (The Similars), Las Aparicio (The Aparicios), Made in Bangkok, A Los Ojos (In Your Eyes) and Paraiso Perdido (Paradise Lost.)

 Tickets and information on when each film plays.

BBQ cook-offWhat: Bay Area BBQ Cook Off

Where: Cal State East Bay – 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, Hayward

When: Friday, August 26th is FREE Admission from 12:00pm – 5:00pm, otherwise Noon to 8PM Gates open at 12:00pm daily

Foodies REJOICE! A three-day BBQ fest you say? You had me a beef brisket.

*$5.00 FRIDAY – $5.00 admission price and $5.00 parking is available on Friday, August 26th from 5:00pm – 8:00pm ONLY.
There is a special Military and First Responders discount daily. Just present your photo Military/Work I.D. at the box office any day to receive specially priced tickets.

Femme TakeoverWhat: Nvr Ovr // Femme TakeOvr

Where: The Layover – Music Bar & Lounge – 1517 Franklin St, Oakland

When: Saturday 8/27 at 9PM

Three bad ass chicas on the turntables, and some cocktails, that’s what I call a great night! DJs Nastia, Namaste Shawty and Fela Kutchii.

Soul FestWhat: Acoustic Soul Fest 2016 

Where: John McClaren Park -40 John F. Shelley Drive San Francisco

When: Saturday 8/27 at Noon

A day of light music courtesy of Martin Luther McCoy, Kev Choice, Three Bell and more. This is a FREE event, all

Xicana MoratoriumWhat: Xicana Moratorium Day

Where: San Antonio Park – 1698 Foothill Blvd, Oakland

When: Sunday 8/28 at 5AM

A whole day of celebration and unity starting with a sunrise ceremony with Grupo Cuahtonal. This is one of the largest anti-war protest led by the Chicano movement. A day of unity for peace all while supporting local vendors, there will also be live music and activities for kids.