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This Friday! Best of the East Bay Party 2008 

Fri., July 11, 7 p.m. 2008
Price: free
Friday July 11, 7:00pm-Midnight

To celebrate the winners of the Best of the East Bay, the Express is throwing the biggest performing and visual arts party in the East Bay at the Oakland Museum of California on Friday, July 11.

This event, hosted by MC's Bukue One and Buttercup (KALX), will feature an Amoeba Music Main Stage.
Headlining bands include Flipper, The Uptones, Dyloot (Deep Voices), Destroyer, Monarchs, The Whoreshoes, HOTTUB, Mike Glen Dinning, Amoeba Music artist Brandi Shearer, DJ Malachi, The Kev Choice Ensemble, B'nai Rebelfront, Agent Ribbons, Won Way, DJ bsg and many more…

Also featuring dance performances by Savage Jazz Dance, Circus entertainment provided by Splash Circus, live half-pipe and graffiti art demonstrations, plus an exhibition of our recently painted "Express Art Racks" by local artists. Film screenings from the Express 24 Hour Digital Film Festival will run throughout the evening. Younger party-goers can have fun too at the Chabot Space & Science Center Kids Zone with a planetarium, arts & crafts, live kid's band performances from Bandworks, & more!.
The Outdoor Village features food & drink, local artistans, community groups, etc.

This is the premier party of the summer. Don't miss out on this amazing evening! The Best of the East Bay party is free of charge, and open to all ages, with free admission to the Oakland Museum of California's Cool Remixed Bay Area Urban Art + Culture Now and Fridays at 5 with Billy Dunn and the Ladies Choice Band.


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