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Junglepussy, Jacques Greene, and Spellling join Noise Pop lineup

Chrystia “Tia” Cabral is the Oakland artist known professionally as Spellling. | Courtesy Erik Bender/Pitch Perfect

Noise Pop added Junglepussy, Jacques Greene, Spellling, Sara Landry and Tommy Guerrero to its 30th anniversary festival lineup today.

These new additions round out a full slate of indie luminaries and emerging talent that includes power trio Yo La Tango, San Jose’s Duster and cult favorite Boy Harsher. The all-ages festival runs Feb. 20-26, 2023.

New York City MC and actress Junglepussy will headline The New Parish on Feb. 26. Canadian DJ Jacques Greene joins a multi-artist showcase at Public Works on Feb. 24. And Oakland experimental pop artist Spellling closes out the festival at Great American Music Hall on Feb 26.

Bassist, guitarist and professional skateboarder Tommy Guerrero is one of the many Bay Area-born musicians who will appear at Noise Pop. He’s scheduled to play The Chapel on Feb. 25.

The festival also announced the inclusion of the #HellaFunny Comedy Night showcase, and it’s the first time the popular local comedy show will take place during the week of Noise Pop.

Noise Pop Industries is one of the Bay Area’s longest-running independent live music promoters. The group first hosted a “five shows for five dollars” festival in 1993. 

Noise Pop 30th Anniversary

🗓️ Feb. 20-26, 2023 | $125-$399
📍Various Venues