San Francisco's annual Noise Pop Festival will enter it's 14th year of existence this spring, returning once again to bring six nights of great international and local music to the Bay Area. This year's festivities will take place from March 28 to April 2 rather than their traditional spot at the end of February. Some other changes have been made as well, including the introduction of electronic and DJ sets, unique collaborations and events that highlight the Bay Area's thriving literary culture.
Some great acts have already signed up to perform. Early confirmations include Feist, Two Gallants, Thursday, Minus The Bear, The National, ISIS, Rogue Wave, Kid Koala, The Dirtbombs, We Are Scientists, and the San Francisco debut of a collaboration between Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden and legendary drummer Steve Reid.
Tickets and badges go on sale February 5 and 12, respectively. For more info, visit Noisepop.com.