Summer Sounds: Concerts Lined Up for July & August

Just how summer should be -- full of good music and great performances in a welcoming space among friends and neighbors. Cyprian's is set to present another powerful concert in July and a benefit celebration of the finest jug band playing in August.
Live at the Columbarium: CD Release Concert & Celebration
Tango No. 9
Saturday, July 30, 8pm
A SF Live Arts performance
$13 advance through Brown Paper Tickets / $15 door
See "Getting to Cyprian's" above for bike, bus info and car parking tips

Live At the Columbarium Album Cover

"Critically acclaimed Tango No. 9 is back with their 4th album, recorded LIVE at the Chapel of the Chimes. It features Astor Piazzolla’s rarely recorded, austere compositions like "Coral", "Novitango" and "El Gordo Triste", demonstrating the cooler side to the fiery image of tango, while losing none of its rhythmic excitement. Tango No. 9 commingles traditional tango elements with classical counterpoint, wild jazz improvisation with modern tango, from Piazzolla to Kurt Weill, creating tango nuevo with a unique American twist.

"Heat and cool. Departures and arrivals. Life and death. Tango No. 9’s new CD, "Live at the Columbarium", expresses them all."

Saturday, August 6, 8pm
San Francisco Jug Band Festival
Benefit for St. Cyprian's
Co-Produced by California Jug Band Association & Cyprian's


Tickets at Door Only
$15 general / $12 students w ID & seniors
Music upstairs, great food & party downstairs

Cyprian's is thrilled to partner with Bebo White and the California Jug Band Association to produce the return to San Francisco of the Jug Band Festival on August 6th. This special benefit celebration will help Cyprian's bring more music and programs to the community and better equip our space as the newest venue in town.

You don't want to miss Devine's Jug Band, The Amazing Dr. Zarcon's Breathing Machine, and The How Long Jug Band. Save the Date, More Info to Come