Noise Pop Music Festival Starts in San Francisco | NBC Bay Area

Noise Pop Music Festival Starts in San Francisco

Annual event runs Feb. 20-Mar. 1

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    Dan Deacon is among the headliners scheduled for Noise Pop 2015.

    San Francisco's annual Noise Pop landed Friday, taking over various San Francisco venues for concerts and other performances from February 20-March 1.

    Local and international talent including The New Pornographers, Caribou, Dan Deacon, Geographer, The Church, Thao Nguyen, Kindness and Flight Facilities are among the acts scheduled to appear at the multi-genre music festival, which is four days longer this year than it was in 2014.

    Noise Pop began in 1993 and has grown over the years to encompass film and culture components and an annual summer block party.

    While general badges and film badges are sold out, a VIP option called the Late-Comer Super Fan Badge ($350) is still available. Tickets are also available for select individual shows; consult the official calendar for availability.

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