Time to get Weird.
Or- Celebrate our already high caliber weirdness with a stage at the faire and an after party at the Anon.

A Day and Night for Freaks like us!
Once again, Howard Street will be transformed into a festival of music, art, dance, celebration, and fun. There will be four city blocks featuring performance artists, vendors from around the world, nonprofit organizations, food and drink vendors, and many happy people wearing colorful costumes. There will be seven sound stages from local collectives; including yours truly as Opel and Sound of Mind combine their art, music, and resources for an eclectic day of sick beats. Making it’s asphault debut, the ‘O Pod’ from the Opulent Temple will grace the city streets, as well as the SOM’s copper lady from their camp last year. Add Kepi’s sound system and we’ve got oursleves a party!
How Weird: Sunday, May 7, 2006 :: 12 noon to 8pm
12th Street & South Van Ness, San Francisco

Requested donation of $10 ($5 in costume, kids free)
All proceeds benefit two Bay Area nonprofit organizations.
Our area will include…
Syd Gris (Opel, Opulent Temple)
Hoj (Opel, djhoj.com)
Melyss (Opel, Sister SF)
Kepi & Kat(SOM / Thump)
Treavor (SOM / Moontribe)
Alixr (rEvolution)
+ a potential surpise special guest…
Other stages include Sunset (House), Tantra (psytrance), CCC (downtempo and psytrance), Lowpro Lounge (downtempo), Music Without Borders (breaks), and Dub Beautiful / False Profit. (world, etc.)
To stay tuned sign up on our mailing list at www.Peacetour.org
For the second year, Opel and Anon Salon will join fun forces for an extra Weird after party right after the street faire.
Starting up at 7pm to give you a place to refuel after a long day of dancing in the streets with snacks and refreshments and going into late night, we’ll keep the fun going with a sweet line up and roof top patio action at the Anon Gallery.
Guests include
Laird (Get Yer Freak On),
Syd Gris (Opel / Opulent Temple),
Donna Matrix (Newsbreakz),
Nathan Vain (Opulent Temple),
Breakbeatbuddha (breakbeatbuddha.com) ,
Tamo (Angels of Bass),
and more tba.
285 9th @ Folsom, just 2 blocks from the How Weird Street Faire.