Noise Pop Festival 2019

Tommy Guerrero

$12.00 – $15.00
Doors 8:30 // Show 9 // ALL SALES ARE FINAL // Under 21 must buy $5 drink ticket at the door

All doors & show times subject to change.

Venue Information:
The New Parish
1743 San Pablo Ave
Oakland, CA, 94612
Tommy Guerrero



Thursday, Feb. 28 at F8 Nightclub, 1192 Folsom St., San Francicso

See astounding feats of


$10 cover

A sexy, sensational (sometimes salacious!) showcase of variety, drag, and burlesque entertainment, founded by several members of the famed Dream Queens Revue — which was named one of San Francisco’s top 5 drag shows by TimeOut Magazine.


Marina Mars


Sheena Rose

The Chameleon Queen of Costumes

Anita Makeover

Zelda Moon

Juju Sparkle

She always leaves you with a happy ending!

Joie de Vivre

Wicked Dollia

Go Ahead, Lick the Spoon

Nella Puddin




DJ Owen


What’s Happening Tonight? 2/27/19

Dorian Dietrich’s Wunderkammer Kabarett

SHOW 9 PM (doors 8 pm)
General admission $10, seats $15-20

RIC – Rockridge Improvement Club

5515 college ave

oakland, ca 94618

Harkening back to the smokey cabarets of Weimar-era Berlin, Dorian Dietrich’s Wunderkammer Kabarett celebrates the dark, weird side of self-expression. Take a peek into Dorian’s Cabinet of Curiosities, and you’ll find a collection of the absurd, peculiar, macabre, and bizarre.

For our inaugural cabaret, come see:

— The Fowl Femme Fatale —
Maggie Motorboat

— Bellydancer —
Sadira LadyLiquid

— The Dazzling Weirdo of Burlesque —
Lookie Lulu

— The Multifaceted Lady of the Night —
Paige Turner

— San Francisco’s Devastating Doll —
Ava Lanche

— Sideshow Artist —
The Great Richy Bee

— Illusion is His Reality! —
Raymond Hoey

Hosted by Dorian Dietrich and Birdie By Night!

Dorian Dietrich has been bringing audiences to their knees since her debut with Mynx D’Meanor’s Fishnet Follies Classic Burlesque Revue in 2016. Whether it’s a nod to the gender benders that blazed the way, a pinch of dark cabaret, or a little clowning around, you’ll never know what comes next with Dorian.


Nikki and The Corvettes – “Snotty Bubblegum Punk”

Girls like me…


nikki and the corvettesYou can really go to town with prefixes for Nikki and the Corvettes; a late-seventies, all female, garage, surfer, bubblegum, punk band. Formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1977 by self confessed New York Dolls and Bowie fan Nikki Corvette, the band released their one and only album nikki-and-the-corvettes-honey-bop-bompon the legendary Bomp! Label (Nikki and the Corvettes) in 1980. Often described as a cross between the Runaways and The Ramones, the Corvettes took the three-chord punk song and made it pop. Where the Runaways were provocative, and the Go-Gos were busy brandishing their shined up pop tunes on a sleeve of pure ambition, Nikki and the Corvettes plied what seems like a more sincere  brand of poppy brat rock, and although not as commercially successful as some of their contemporaries, their legacy is still burning bright.

“The MC5 were one of the first bands I ever saw and have always been…

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