March is a busy month for concerts in the Bay Area, with several contributions from this year’s Noise Pop Festival and events put on by (((folkYEAH!))).
On March 1, Jerry Paper will be performing at Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco and Current Joys will also be in San Francisco at the Great American Music Hall. Crumb will be performing on March 1 at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz and on March 2 at the Starline Social Club in Oakland.
Fruit Bats and Vetiver will be doing two solo acts (early and late) at the Henry Miller Memorial Library in Big Sur on March 2. Also on March 2, Beirut will be in Oakland at the Fox Theater – their latest album “Gallipoli” was released on Feb. 1. The Marias will be performing at The Chapel in San Francisco on March 3.
Cherry Glazerr and Palehound will be performing in Santa Cruz at The Catalyst on March 4. Cherry Glazerr’s most recent album “Stuffed & Ready” was released on Feb. 1, which was the band’s follow-up to 2017’s critically-acclaimed album “Apocalipstick.” Mattson 2 will be performing on March 7 at The Independent in San Francisco and on March 9 at the Fernwood Resort in Big Sur.
Ceramic Animal and Spendtime Palace will be performing on March 9 at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz. On Feb. 15, Ceramic Animal – composed of three brothers and two best friends – released their latest single “All My Loving,” which is a nearly 10 minute power ballad dedicated to their late father who passed last October. Jonathan Wilson be performing at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco on March 14, as well as two shows (early and late) at the Henry Miller Memorial Library in Big Sur on March 16.
On March 21, Mapache will be at The Fillmore in San Francisco. Catfish and the Bottlemen will be performing on March 23 in Oakland at the Fox Theater whose new album “The Balance” will be released on April 26, following currently available singles “Longshot” and “Fluctuate.”
One Dylan Song will be happening at the Swedish American Hall in San Francisco on March 30. The event will include acts from 14 different artists, each performing a different song by Bob Dylan. The performances may be solo or accompanied by special guests, but “all will be special.”
Tickets for all of the shows mentioned are available on Ticketmaster, Stubhub and the artists’ websites.