Upcoming Events              

Sunday, July 1, 2007
2pm- 4pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
Bay Area Argentine Tango Association
Celebrate life ... dance tango! Dancing and performances every first
Sunday of the month with free introductory lessons in milonga, tango
and vals (tango waltz) starting at 3 pm.  

Sunday, July  8, 2007
2pm- 3pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
French Miami and The Tunnel
French Miami plays high energy rock'n'roll with a punk rock edge that
will keep you dancing through their whole set.  Don't miss it.  
Check out their music at www.myspace.com/frenchmiamiband

The Tunnel is a 2-piece drum and guitar, playing gothic burlesk
hammered down into something more jagged and visceral - haunted,
rocknroll tearjerkers!  Find the tunnel at myspace.com/thetunnelsf or

Wednesday, July 11, 2007
12:30pm - 1:30pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
Route 111
Sporting an average of 15 years of musical experience, there’s no
gimmicks to be found in this band’s repertoire, just heartfelt straight-
forward rock n’ roll. Route 111 keeps their audience warm and ready
to join the party. Route 111 will be collecting donations which will go
directly to the American Red Cross to support the relief efforts
associated with the devastating Lake Tahoe fire.  The bands’ past
charitable efforts have contributed to a variety of not-for-profit
causes, including a previous Union Square show where the band
raised in excess of $5,000 for the Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts on
behalf of the American Red Cross.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007
6pm - 8pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
Paul Green School of Rock
Back by popular demand, the Paul Green School of Rock Music, SFCA
is the local branch of the nationally acclaimed music school recently
depicted in the documentary, "Rock School."  The original performance
based, interactive music school for kids ages 8-17, believes the best
way to learn is by doing it.  

Thursday, July 12, 2007
12 noon
45th Annual Cable Car Bell Ringing Contest
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA/Muni) is
proud to present the 45th Annual Cable Car Bell Ringing Contest,
which will take place at noon on Thursday, July 12, 2007 in Union

A great San Francisco tradition, this is a two-part competition featuring
the best of Muni’s professional bell-ringers, vying for the coveted title
of Bell-Ringing Champion, as well as non-profit organizations who
have the opportunity to compete for cash and prizes.

The 45th annual Cable Car Bell-Ringing Contest is being presented by
Muni, with the support of the Union Square Association, the Friends of
the Cable Car Museum, and ING Financial.

Sunday, July 15, 2007
2pm- 4pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
The Reflex Crew and Infusion Crew
Drum N Bass Artist Collectives

Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Jewels in the Square Presents
Nitecaps Blues Band
Come enjoy the musical styling of local blues band The Nitecaps as
they play their own original blues compositions, along with classic
blues standards by such greats as Stevie Ray Vaughn, Three Kings,
and Slim Harpo.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007
6pm - 8pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble
The Latin Jazz Youth Ensemble (LJYE) of San Francisco is a
performing group of talented musicians ages ten to 18. They perform
Latin jazz classics and original compositions.

Sunday, July 22, 2007
2pm- 4pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
Diego’s Umbrella
Diego’s Umbrella is the original Spanish Surf Mexican Gypsy Pirate Pop
Band from San Francisco. Together for over seven years, the band
creates music that will make you smile, weep, ponder, and dance.

Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Jewels in the Square Presents
The Jersey Boys

Wednesday, July 25, 2007
6pm - 8pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
MIko Marks
MIko Marks Raised in Flint, Michigan, the nations’ industrial heartland,
Miko first discovered her vocal prowess at a tender age. Her writing
talents have continued to sharpen with experience and maturity. Her
lyrics are optimistic, personal and delivered by crisp, powerful vocals.
Miko Marks is virtually incomparable as a performer, with a voice that
shines crystalline without studio gadgetry. Her influences cross the
barriers of generation, genre and race, while her live performances
satisfy the toughest critics.

Miko’s debut album, Freeway Bound, was named "Country Album of
the Year" at the Independent Music Awards, she was awarded "Best
New Country Artist for 2006" by New Music Weekly Magazine, and
she was named "Female Vocalist of the Year" by Indie World in

Saturday, July 28th
Fashion On the Square

Sunday, June 29, 2007
2pm- 4pm
Jewels in the Square Presents
Little Wheels Band
Finish your weekend off right with The Little Wheels Band as they rock
the Square.  The Little Wheels Band is a West Coast Roots Rock
Dance Band that is best described as “cowboy boots meets retro

Tuesday, June 31, 2007
Jewels in the Square Presents
This  is a powerful and talented bunch of musicians many of you have
seen and heard jamming thoughout the jamband scene! This new band
will features Roger & Ann McNamee, Barry Sless (pedal steel and lead
guitarist from the David Nelson Band, Phil Lesh and Friends, Kingfish,
Cowboy Jazz, The Rowan Brothers [Peter, Lorin & Chris]), Pete Sears
(Rod Stewart, Jefferson Starship, Hot Tuna, John Lee Hooker, Steve
Kimock, Jerry Garcia), G.E. Smith, Jimmy Sanchez (Dr. John, Roy
Rogers, Bonnie Raitt, Maria Muldaur, Tom Waits, Boz Scaggs). Lots of
musical talent in this band!