They’re intimate, unique and cheaper than the mainstream must-go festivals and there’s one for just about any music lover.
The Expendables will head back to San Luis Obispo for their Winter Blackout 2015 tour on Sunday for a sold-out performance.
Alternative reggae band Bare Feet has been rocking out at San Luis Obispo Brewing Company (SLO Brew) for four years now, and are finally becoming regular headliners. Opening for bigger bands taught Bare Feet quite a bit, Leif Garrovillas, one…
The B Foundation returns to the Central Coast armed with a new lineup and a fresh supporting act to headline a show at SLO Brewing Co. April 7.
Some bands come through San Luis Obispo, play one show and are on a tour bus to the next venue within hours. But reggae band Iration, who are winding down a two-month tour, is taking its time and playing two…
Reggae-punk band Pepper returns to SLO Brewing Co. tonight for an exclusive, intimate acoustic show — something the trio hasn’t explored until now in their 14 years together.
The Sunday Nas and Damian Marley concert at the Avila Beach Golf Resort was a celebration of hip-hop, reggae and marijuana smoking.
California natives the Dirty Heads and the Expendables make their way to SLO once again for two separate performances. The Expendables take the stage at Downtown Brew Friday night, followed by the Dirty Heads on Sunday.