See and be seen at these select San Francisco shows, parties, and events. You know, because you can't read the Internet all the time.


STORYTELLING: Storytelling as standup. That's the Moth, sponsored by KALW with StorySlam: Backfired at Public Works SF. 161 Erie Street, 6:30 p.m. doors, 7:30 p.m. Show, $8-10

WORLD CUP PARTY: As the US Women's squad takes on Germany in Montreal, Rec and Parks invites you to cheer them on from Civic Center Plaza with food trucks in tow. 355 McAllister Street, 4 p.m. Free


TECH CARNIVAL: Getting the tech team together in the ballpark is the Silicon Valley Sports league with bait like games, food, and music. "Get to know a few thousand of Silicon Valley's best and brightest while enjoying unparalleled access to AT&T Park." 24 Willie Mays Plaza, 6 p.m., $5

DANCE PARTY: hosts their popular Hang the DJ show live from the Madrone. The station just scored funding for a new studio, so go ahead and congratulate them by dancing on a school night. 500 Divisadero Street, 9 p.m., Free


JAZZ: Gillian Harwin graces Bissap Baobob, where you're summoned to "ride the wave of the Post Jazz Camp groove." Dan Zemelman will be on keys, Reese Bullen on drums, Jean-paul Buongiorno on guitar, and Gillian Harwin on bass and vocals. "You gotta get up to get down!!" 3372 19th Street, 8 p.m., Free

BEER GARDEN NIGHTLIFE Nightlife at the Cal Academy of Sciences is, yeah, always about the drinks to a certain degree, but never more so than with this special event featuring Almanac, Calicraft Brewing Co., Fort Point, MateVeza, Stone Brewing, Uncommon Brewers, and Anchor Brewing. Expect talks from Dave McLean of locally beloved Magnolia, who have even brewed a signature beer with the Academy incorporating plants from their living roof. 55 Music Concourse Drive, 6 p.m., $12


PIZZA PARTY: Pizza party prince Andrew W. K. hosts and DJs this blowout at 1015 Folsom. Come hungry and depraved. 1015 Folsom Street, 10 p.m., $20

LOUIS ARMSTRONG CELEBRATION: Every year, the folks at bookstore/record shop/charmer of a venue Bird & Becket invite the Buena Vista Jazz Band back to celebrate Louis Armstrong's birthday. "Modeled on Eddie Condon’s band that held forth in New York in the 30s and 40s, the Buena Vista Jazz Band plays the original American chamber music... birthed by black musicians in New Orleans at the turn of the 20th century."


JAZZ FESTIVAL: In a big week for SF Jazz, we've reached the Fillmore Jazz Festival. It should be a great way to celebrate the weekend with 3 stages. The full lineup is here and the fun rolls in to Sunday. Fillmore Street at Eddy Street, 10 a.m., Free

TUG OF WAR: Rival hippie beach townships Bolinas and Stinson meet at the edge of their respective plots and have this annual tug of war. It's worth the holiday weekend trip to to the ocean for that alone, right?


FREE MUSIC: Perhaps the classiest Stern Grove act to grace the stage will be this weekend's visit from the San Francisco Symphony. Pandering to the young ones, they're joined by indie-rock vocalist Shara Worden of My Brightest Diamond. 19th and Sloat, 2 p.m., Free

NOT-QUITE-LIVE DEAD: Why go to Santa Clara to see what remains of the Grateful Dead when you can stream it to a nice little venue called the Independent? Exactly. 628 Divisadero Street, 4:30 p.m., Free with 2 drink minimum