After spending a few days in San Francisco over the summer with her million dollar Kickstarter victory lap, Amanda Palmer is back and has two gigs Wednesday in San Francisco.
The first is a free show at Amoeba in the Haight at 4 p.m., the second is just down the road at the Fillmore, where Jherek Bischoff should start things off at 8 p.m., followed by The Simple Pleasure at 8:30 p.m., and Ronald Reagan at 9 p.m. with the Grand Theft Orchestra and AFP taking over after that.
$25 tickets to the Fillmore show were still available Wednesday morning. Palmer will also be signing copies of her new album "Theater Is Evil" at Amoeba Wednesday afternoon.
On Tuesday, Palmer and husband Neil Gaiman were spotted registering people to vote before her gig in L.A.
You never quite know what she'll be up to next, so keep your eyes peeled as you traverse the city, or just follow her twitter feed for the blow-by-blow.
Last July, we sat down for an exclusive interview with Palmer before her V.I.P. Art Show to talk about social media, and how "the tools of the internet right now, the kickstarters, the twitters, are like a godsend," Palmer said.
"It literally means we can hostess a party with the world, because anyone on a computer is a guest."