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CAAMFest 2016

Festival Social Club x Kollaboration SF


Festival Social Club X Kollaboration SF

Slate Bar
March 12, 2016 9:00 pm Not Available


Rub elbows with filmmakers, artists and fellow attendees at the official CAAMFest after-party! It’s the place to see and be seen. In the heart of the Mission at Slate Bar, come to hang out, celebrate and unwind in good company. Curated by San Francisco’s very own Kollaboration. 21+ only


The Delivery

The Delivery is driven by one purpose: Make. Good. Music.  The Bay Area R&B/soul band aims to revive the smooth, sexy sounds of an earlier time: back when Bill Clinton was president, and gas was $1.08.  Drawing inspiration from across the ages, from Motown to 90’s to modern hip hop, the four piece band mixes velvety vocals with instrumentation that leaves audiences going back for seconds.


Astralogik is an electric soul duo currently residing in Milpitas, California. Their eclectic taste in music takes you on a trip where you’ll hear tinges of neo-soul, r&b, roots, hip-hop, electronic, world, and indie. They have performed for (non-profit) grassroots community organizations, festivals, and events all over the San Francisco Bay Area and are emerging artists from roots of struggle, growth, love, and awareness. In April 2015, they launched their debut EP, “DREAM AWAKE” that takes you on a musical journey in remembering heart, engaging the mind, and believing in the self that the ‘good things are coming’. Their goal is to spread their light to the masses through their vibrations of music.

Lawrence Park

Lawrence Park is a Korean-American R&B singer from San Francisco, CA. He recently hit multi-million views on a few of his Youtube videos. His performance history includes being a finalist for Kollaboration San Francisco 2014, opening for YouTube Stars JR Aquino, Andrew Garcia, Brian Puspos, Just Kidding Films, Dan AKA Dan, NBC’s The Sing-Off finalists and Pitch Perfect 2’s Filharmonic, world famous band Parachute, and many more.

Jayne Rio

R&B/Pop/Soul songtress, Jayne Rio, was raised listening to her dad’s R&B radio stations yet developed an eclectic indie fashion sense that Simon Cowell once said wouldn’t work. American Idol Season 5 Finalist disagreed, along with Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul who gave her a golden ticket to Hollywood. However, her streak ran short. Jayne almost left the music industry, as she struggled to find her voice and musical style. It was only a few years ago that she started writing her own music and realized her journey was just beginning. She bares it all on her anticipated EP titled #Undone, slated to come out mid-March.

Dates & Times

Festival Social Club X Kollaboration SF

Slate Bar
March 12, 2016 9:00 pm Not Available