When the Sketchfest lineup was announced, the act that I was most excited to see was BriTANicK. When tickets went on sale, the first tickets I bought on the light rail to the airport in Salt Lake City were for tonight’s show at the Eureka Theater with BriTANicK and BOAT. The show was hilarious.
Since I last posted, we attended three additional SF Sketchfest events, which encompassed almost our entire weekend.
Thursday night was the first night of San Francisco Sketchfest 13. We had tickets to the first event, a tenth anniversary screening of Napoleon Dynamite. The screening was to include a bit of a reunion with the actors who played Napoleon, Uncle Rico and Pedro attending.
Last night, I walked six miles from work to Divisadero and split a chicken cheesesteak with my wife at Jay’s. We attended a charity event at The Independent where a bunch of frou frou people enjoyed the open bar, and my wife and I enjoyed the hell out of a show by Foster the People.
Friday night after work I boarded a CalTrain for San Jose. I met my wife at the train depot and we headed over to “Jedi Nights” at The Tech Museum. There was a Star Wars Exhibition on display and they had a bunch of family friendly Star Wars/Science projects you could participate in.
Last weekend, after the Throckmorton show in Mill Valley, Vienna Teng returned to the Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley for a couple of special feature shows.