There’s a super cool new venue that has opened in San Francisco called Public Works and to kick off its opening, Ears of the Beholder are bringing you some great bands for an awesome night of music on Wednesday, January 26th.
Four bands will hit the stage that night, Religious Girls, The Actors, Thrall and Spiro Agnew. A combination of bands with sounds vibrant in electro-pop to ethereal shoegaze psychedelic rock, the evening is sure to be one of greatness.
Public Works opened in the Mission District of San Francisco last fall and is already garnering a lot of attention for its unique atmosphere. By day, it is an underground art studio and gallery and then transforms into a club, bar and live music venue by night. Hidden among other warehouse type buildings in the area, Public Works is identifiable by it’s Banksy mural painted on the outside of the building. Public Works is located at 161 Erie Street in San Francisco in the heart of the Mission District.