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The Bay Bridged and Tiny Telephone are excited to announce today the full music lineup for Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival, which is scheduled to return to Potrero del Sol Park on Saturday, June 17. Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival is a Bay Area nonprofit festival supporting local music with an annual community-centered one-day event that features some of the best music, food and beverages that the Bay has to offer along with a laid-back and approachable atmosphere perfect for attendees of all ages. 2017 tickets are on sale now at for an affordable $29, with a portion of ticket proceeds supporting the San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department.
This year’s Phono del Sol will return to the Mission District’s Potrero del Sol Park, which is located near the intersection of 25th and Utah Street. In the tradition of year’s past, the festival will feature a curated mix of favorite local bands and standout national headlining acts, along with some of San Francisco’s tastiest food trucks, artisan cocktails, craft beer, and family friendly activities. Bay Area residents and Mission District neighbors of all ages are encouraged to kickback and soak in the summer vibes at one of San Francisco’s most beloved public parks.
The lineup for this year’s neighborhood-friendly nonprofit festival includes a variety of acclaimed national acts and exciting up-and-comers, most of which hail from the greater Bay Area. The 2017 event will be headlined by San Francisco’s own garage-punk rockers Thee Oh Sees, who released their eighth studio album, An Odd Entrances, this past November to rave reviews from fans and critics alike. Female punk rock trio The Coathangers are also set to perform, along with Oakland-based songwriter Jay Som, whose highly-anticipated sophomore album, Everybody Works, was just released this March and was given “Best New Music” honors from Pitchfork; independent folk-rock singer Sean Hayes; and funk-wave hip-hop artist DUCKWRTH, who also released his most recent project, I’M UUGLY, this past September. Additional performers include the Oakland-based afro-soul and R&B collective Bells Atlas; Bay Area-based rock outfit Never Young; R&B singer-songwriter Rayana Jay, who released her debut album, About Last Night, to critical praise last fall; Oakland-based dream-pop singer-songwriter Madeline Kenney; and indie-psych sextet Tino Drima.

The full music lineup for Phono del Sol 2017 can be found below and online at

Thee Oh Sees
The Coathangers
Jay Som
Sean Hayes
Bells Atlas
Never Young
Rayana Jay
Madeline Kenney
Tino Drima

General Admission and VIP tickets are available for purchase online at GA passes are currently available for just $29, although GA ticket prices increase to $35 on day of the event. Also, exclusively available online is a discounted 6-pack of tickets, where patrons can buy five tickets and get the sixth one free. VIP passes cost $60, and offer an elevated experience for ticketholders, with perks including a commemorative 2017 Phono del Sol koozie, dedicated VIP bar lines, and 20% off of all drinks at the bar. Interested patrons are encouraged to act fast as supply of the VIP tickets is limited. Children ages 5 and under are free to attend, although youth ages 6-17 can also purchase a discount ticket for just $15 per person. A portion of proceeds from this year’s festival will go on to support the San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department.
“On behalf of the entire Phono del Sol staff, we are so excited about this year’s event and the amazing crop of artists we have set to perform,” said festival producer Christian Cunningham of The Bay Bridged. “This year’s lineup features a variety of upbeat sounds perfect for a summer afternoon. With a ton of great local acts involved, this year's festival also celebrates the artistic integrity of the music community in our incredible city. We look forward to another amazing year celebrating music, art, and food with our Bay Area neighbors.”

In celebration of the seventh anniversary of the neighborhood-centric festival Phono del Sol, The Bay Bridged and Tiny Telephone will again host a delectable cast of food trucks showcasing the Bay Area’s unparalleled food scene. The full slate of participating food truck vendors, along with details regarding the return of last year’s special festival-day brunch and after-party will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

Phono del Sol was booked in partnership with Dan Strachota.

Phono del Sol would like to thank all of the amazing sponsors and partners that help to make this year’s event a reality, including San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department, Lagunitas, Ticketfly, Noisy Savage, and Dr. Teeth Bar & Restaurant.
Stay tuned as additional Phono del Sol details, including the food trunk lineup and full event schedule, will be announced in the weeks ahead. For more information and to stay up to date on all Phono del Sol happenings, please follow along online at, on Facebook at, as well as on Twitter and Instagram at @PhonoDelSol.

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