Jan
31

San Francisco - SOLD OUT - GRAMMY Nominee Celebration

Date: 

Jan 31 2017 - 6:00pm PST

**THIS EVENT HAS EXCEEDED CAPACITY AND IS SOLD OUT. NO ADDITIONAL TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THE NOMINEE CELEBRATION. **

Visit The Fillmore website to see if any SUPERJAM concert tickets are still available. 

NO TICKETS TO THE NOMINEE CELEBRATION WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. 

Thank you for supporting our Chapter and the Bay Area's GRAMMY Nominees!

 

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Sixth Annual San Francisco Chapter
GRAMMY® Nominee Celebration

The Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Reception: 6 -8 p.m.
Nominee Presentation: 7 p.m.
Special SF Summer Of Love 50th Anniversary Concert Event: 8 p.m. 

​Join us as we celebrate our San Francisco Chapter Members and regional 59th GRAMMY Award® Nominees!
Presentation of Nominees with National Chair of the Board of Trustees, John Poppo, and
San Francisco Chapter President Piper Payne

San Francisco Chapter Nominees Include: 

Mason Bates | J Boog | Les Claypool of Primus | John Doe | Frances England | 
Bill Frisell | ​Raging Fyah | James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich of Metallica |  
Marina A. Ledin and Victor Ledin | Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands |
 Fantastic Negrito | Los Rakas | Joshua Redman | Secret Agent 23 Skidoo |​
Michael Spiro/Wayne Wallace La Orquesta Sinfonietta | Michael Tilson Thomas |
Tycho | Josh Williams (Psionics) 

Musical Performance
Thalea String Quartet 
Sweater Funk DJs

Sponsored by
Dolby Laboratories

Dolby will be on site providing demonstrations of music mixed in Dolby Atmos in The Fillmore's iconic Poster Room
Be sure to experience this innovative technology!

Massdrop

Iron Mountain

No-host Bar, Light Hors 'd Ouevres, Rock Formal Attire 

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FEATURING A SPECIAL POST-RECEPTION CONCERT EVENT!
Immediately following the reception at 8 p.m., The Fillmore's doors will open for
SURREALISTIC SUPERJAM, a Summer of Love 50th Anniversary concert
paying tribute to Jefferson Airplane’s iconic GRAMMY Hall Of Fame®-inducted album Surrealistic Pillow, released on Feb. 1, 1967, with songs that set the tone for that famous summer 50 years ago.  
The SURREALISTIC SUPERJAM:
Featuring members of ALO, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers, Jefferson Starship, Phil Lesh & Friends, Midnight North, and Moonalice, plus special guests!
JUST ADDED: Members of  The Brothers Comatose, California Honeydrops, Cosmic Twang, Doobie Decibel System, New MonsoonTea Leaf Green, Tarnation, and Terrapin Family Band!

Also featured during the SUPERJAM performance will be a selection of Summer Of Love photo selects from GRAMMY® Trustees Award recipient Jim Marshall, provided in cooperation with the Jim Marshall Estate and the SF Arts Commission


This public event will be hosted by The Recording Academy San Francisco Chapter in partnership with California Historical Society and SF Travel
Tickets to the concert event are available to the public HERE
(Does not include admission to the Nominee Reception)

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NOMINEE CELEBRATION RSVP REQUIRED
(Includes SUPERJAM Concert Event Admission)


Free Admission for Recording Academy Members
(RSVPs are closed/We have exceeded capacity as of 1/29/17)

Non-Members/Guests: $50 Admission Fee - (Ticket Sales are closed/We have exceeded capacity as of 1/29/17)

 

Children Under 18 Not Permitted

Please direct questions to sanfrancisco@grammy.com. 

Location: 

The Fillmore Auditorium
1805 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco  California  94115
United States

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