A Very Red Christmas.
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A Very Red Christmas.

The Red Museum’s variety show, A Very Red Christmas closed out a great year of Sacramento shows. The lineup had a little something for everybody. There were musical performances by Tentacult, La Tour, and Drug APTS. In between band sets, Chopstick played the theremin, Jesus H. Christ did stand up, Santa Burg gave a maniacal interpretation … Continue reading

Alter Egos and Eggnog Waffles: The Sacramento Audio Waffle
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Alter Egos and Eggnog Waffles: The Sacramento Audio Waffle

The Sacramento Audio Waffle is no stranger to interruptions. After a five year hiatus, the Sacramento Audio Waffle returned to the Red Museum in 2018. The noontime show has gained a loyal following through showcasing not only noise artists from all over the Sacramento Valley and West Coast but new and exciting waffles every month. … Continue reading

Green Milk From The Planet Orange, Gentlemen Surfer and Meet Cute at the Red Museum.
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Green Milk From The Planet Orange, Gentlemen Surfer and Meet Cute at the Red Museum.

Coming all the way from Tokyo, Japan, Green Milk From The Planet Orange performed an amazing set at The Red Museum in Sacramento, CA alongside local favorites Gentlemen Surfer and Meet Cute. Green Milk brings a blend of progressive rock, heavy metal, and math rock into their songs that pack one hell of a punch. … Continue reading

Tele Novella, Bellygunner, The Rippers, Ghoul School.
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Tele Novella, Bellygunner, The Rippers, Ghoul School.

December 7, 2016, The Red Museum, located in Sacramento CA, hosted a benefit show to help those affected by the recent fire at the Ghost Ship artist warehouse in Oakland, CA. Sacramento-based pop-rock cuties, Ghoul School, kicked off the night, warming up the crowd with dreamy songs such as “Dogsong”. The Rippers followed Ghoul School with a … Continue reading

What I’m Listening To: Jennifer Jackson.
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What I’m Listening To: Jennifer Jackson.

What I’m Listening To is a series where we talk to exciting artists and musicians and get a five song slice of their current playlist.  – “Right now we’re taking deep breaths before the insanity of ArtStreet ensues.” – Jennifer Jackson grew up in Placerville, visiting Sacramento when her ex-East Coast punk father showed his … Continue reading

Having Fun By Staying Home.
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Having Fun By Staying Home.

We say it all the time: Sacramento is full of rad talent. This past Saturday, Sac Stay Home Fest proved it.  SSHF was a one day, 2 stage festival which took place at the Red Museum in Sacramento, on August 13th.  The Library Of MusicLandria really nailed this one, the all ages fest included over a dozen bands, … Continue reading

THE LIST AUG. 10- Aug. 17th
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THE LIST AUG. 10- Aug. 17th

Comedy at the Ooley Thursday Aug, 11th at the Ooley Theater, 2007 28th St, Sacramento, is having another night full of laughter! Don’t miss out on sets from Ooleys regulars along with some out of town faces, and headliner Myles Weber. Show starts at 8pm. Learn more about the event here.   PFM Presents: The … Continue reading

The LIST: June 15-21
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The LIST: June 15-21

Dog Party, Destroy Boys, Jakob Danger, and Astro Turf at Midtown Barfly Pleasant Screams presents another amazing show! On Thursday, June 16, starting at 8 PM, Dog Party, Destroy Boys, Jakob Danger, and Astro Turf will be playing at Midtown Barfly (1119 21st Street). From garage youth rock to Burger Records alternative power pop, this … Continue reading