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Hotel Utah, San Francisco 94107


504 4th St SoMa
San Francisco, California 94107
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Today's Shows

Wed, June 26, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm PDT )
The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow, Tar & Flowers
The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow, Book of Birds, Tar & Flowers

The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow is a collaborative band which brings together five Massachusetts singer-songwriters in the vein of Americana, Rock, and Roots-Folk music. The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow headlined the final 2015 Shire City Sessions show of the year in Pittsfield, MA and has recently debuted it first LIVE Album entitled, "The Heart of the Run," an ode to the magical process of Whiskey making and the good people of Massachusetts and New England who craft their passion and manufacture spirits right here in the region. An independently released Album, the title speaks to the groups song writing and affinity for the beverage and the way in which Whiskey and Music, bring people together in harmony and good times. The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow produced a Nationally acclaimed Short Music Documentary which was accepted into 17 Film Festival across the country, and 5 time recipient of 'Best Musical Short Documentary' Awards. The Documentary has lifted the message of collaborative music in Western Massachusetts to a national audience, and propelled the band into regional tours and showcases including supporting acts such as the Indigo Girls, The Felice Brothers, The Adam Ezra Group, Deertik,The Novel Ideas, house band performances at the New England Whiskey Festival and the Whiskey Washback at New York's Bowery Hotel two years running. The Treaty's boot stomping collective, 5-part lyrical stylings, and shared approach to folk music speaks to audiences young and old, with sing-a-long performances bringing people together in raw emotion and enjoyment.

$12.00

Upcoming Shows

Thu, June 27, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm PDT )
The Insufferables, Red Light Radical, Billy Cramer
The Insufferables, Red Light Radical, Billy Cramer

The Insufferables, formed in 2009, create short, melodic songs about modern life; with a distinctive lead vocal, jangle and punk guitars together, rich harmonies, and rocking rhythm section. Keith, Gene, Ram and Kevin are joined by Carolyn, a member of seminal punk bands, The Profalactics and The Varve. The band just recorded a new album with producer Beau Sorenson, coming soon. Two other EP's available for sale and streaming. The band plays live all over the bay area from The Bottom of the Hill to an art opening at the San Francisco dump.

$10.00
Fri, June 28, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm PDT )
Doctor Striker, The Helltones, Mobilities, Daniel And The Lion
Doctor Striker, The Helltones, Mobilities, Daniel And The Lion

Imagining a sonic world that diverged from our own in 1991, Doctor Striker shreds and roars over heavy beats, guitar riffs, bass lines, and synth hooks. He brings the classical and punk worlds together with training and discipline to electronic pop to create a political, personal and incisively optimistic brand of music. Doctor Striker's lyrics, brutally simple in the punk tradition, are inspired by his upbringing in recession-battered metro Detroit and subsequent life in Oakland, California. His formal training in economics and history at the University of Michigan bring an uncommon depth and historical context. Doctor Striker exclaims: "If you fight the man, you are the man If I'm rich, no one can touch me. / If I'm rich, I am the law. / But I'm poor, I don't care. / I am poor, I am free." Doctor Striker teamed up with Guinevere Q, Will Xiong, and Young Sun for the live shows to create a full sensory, theatrical live experience. He crawls across the floor shredding and chanting while Guinevere plays the bass and climbs tables. Will fills the sound with his tones and Young Sun drives the drums. Doctor Striker is celebratory and critical, insightful but ecstatic. By committing to a pop ethos, he avoids joining the half-baked rocker-philosopher tradition. Indeed, if Doctor Striker believes in anything, it's in the eternal truth of heavy riffs. Though he's not shy about his vision of utopia: “Going in to work / We party till it hurts / Sleeping at the desk. / Dream, Party, Rest.”

$10.00
Sat, June 29, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm PDT )
Mothers Worry, KOOK (closing set), A G E N T
Mothers Worry, KOOK (closing set), A G E N T

Mothers Worry is a dark wave power trio based in San Jose, CA. Macabre synths, ominous lullabies and adrenaline driven riffs create the bands hauntingly resonant sounds. “Pulling from their collective wide range of influences, the trio drifts between rock and electronic, punk and goth, garage and surf—resting on a feeling only long enough for you to get comfortable before throwing you into something unexpected yet familiar. Still, for Mothers Worry these labels hardly matter. Unconcerned with fitting into a genre, the trio emphasizes the lyrics, the tension of a song. But perhaps even more interesting is the way their stories move—not through actions, not through characters, but through images … leaving it up to the listener to piece together the narrative behind the images [they] conjured.”-Content Magazine. Their sound is driven by a lead guitarist, drummer, and synth-bass / organist.

$10.00
Sun, June 30, 2019 (6:00pm - 8:00pm PDT )
Calvin Arsenia, Ember Valley, Dolphin Midwives, Saloli
Calvin Arsenia, Ember Valley, Dolphin Midwives, Saloli

Recently voted Pitch Kansas City’s Best Musician 2018, and featured on NPR.org, and NEWNOWNEXT, Calvin Arsenia has built a reputation for turning the arts world on its head. Arsenia’s angelic, classically-trained voice soars over audiences, enchanting even the fussiest of fans, beckoning them to join him as he flirts between genres. Jeff Buckley meets Nina Simone with this soul of Sam Cooke, and the sparkle of Bjork. But the music is just one part of his prodigious performances, for Calvin believes the art is in crafting the perfect moment. His music is best served live, with sensational performances and high fashion from the visually striking performer who stands at well over six feet tall. Arsenia’s height, energy, and curated environments fill the often intimate spaces he performs in. Brought in to 9 countries through public and private grants in less than a decade, Arsenia builds a scene for his audience and for himself, packed with beauty and lasting delight.”

$10.00
Mon, July 1, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm PDT )
Hotel Utah Open Mic with host Brendan Getzell
Hotel Utah Open Mic with host Brendan Getzell

The Hotel Utah open mic is the epicenter of San Francisco's singer-songwriter community. Its stage attracts performers at all stages of their careers: from seasoned veterans to first-timers. It attracts music fans who know a good thing when they see it. The musicians who come regularly don't come just to get a little "stage time" - they come because of the community that calls Monday at The Utah home - and the musicians that come in for the first time eventually start to come regularly... So come on down this monday, have a beer, bring your guitar if that's your thing, and sit back and enjoy.

Free Admission
Tue, July 2, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm PDT )
The Towns, Jackie, The Fluorescents
The Towns, Jackie, The Fluorescents

The Towns are a 5 piece indie rock band with one mission in mind: world domination...and to play some good tunes while doing so.

$10.00
Wed, July 3, 2019 (8:00pm - 10:00pm PDT )
Jimmy C Stringer, No Parking, City North, Unfortunate Bastards
Jimmy C Stringer, No Parking, City North, Unfortunate Bastards $10.00
Fri, July 5, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm PDT )
Blue Boys, plus TBA
Blue Boys, Thanks Light, plus TBA

Blue Boys are an up and coming Bay Area power house trio. Playing passionately while putting on a powerful show. Their sound stems from a variety of influences most recognized from the rock legends of the 70's. Blue Boys are touring all over the Bay Area. Catch them for an soulful evening of great music.

$10.00
Sat, July 6, 2019 (9:00pm - 11:00pm PDT )
CSTLBLK, Lizard Music, Mystery Band
CSTLBLK, Lizard Music, Mystery Band $10.00
Sun, July 7, 2019 (6:00pm - 8:00pm PDT )
The Doms, OMB, Nothin' But Fun
The Doms, OMB, Nothin' But Fun

The Doms are a four-piece alternative style band. Influenced by groups like The Jam, The Stranglers, Dead Kennedy's, the Doms deliver a potent rhythm based melodic-driven sound fueled by dynamic straight-up vocals. Based in San Francisco, the bassman and drummer met up with Krystal the singer to get things started. S.F. native Peter answered the call on guitar and keys and the band played on...

$10.00