10/1: Folk Fever - Gillian Welch

Plus a night bazaar and Lincoln-themed modern dance

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    Gillian will play the Fillmore tonight.

    OH SISTER WHERE ART THOU?: At the Fillmore tonight at 8 p.m.! Singer/songwriter GIllian Welch, whose music appeared in the film "Oh Brother Where Art Thou?" is playing tonight. Grab tickets here and set the mood before the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival.

    BIZARRE NIGHT BAZAAR: There's something so charmingly unique about a local market, a feeling you can't quite describe. Combine that element with fire jugglers, dance performances, artisan foods, and ice skating, toss it all in Oakland's Jack London Square and you have Full Moon Buy NIght on the waterfront, 5:30-9:30 p.m., bike valet provided.

    FOUR SCORE AND A FEW HOURS FROM NOW: Abraham Lincoln may have died in a theater, but I'm sure he never thought his legacy would be turned into a spectacular modern dance performance. Fondy Do We Hope...Fervently Do We Pray blends video, live music, dance, and theater to celebrate the bicentennial of the death of an American Trailblazer. Tonight at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Novellus Theater at 8 p.m.