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By ERIn sMITH For the intellectual: *June 7: Walk amongst great pieces of art for free every first Tuesday at The de Young Museum and Legion of Honor. *July 2 - Oct 2, weekends only: Spendeth thy summer watching The Winter’s Tale at the Shakespeare Festival. Nearest performances art taking lodging in Pleasanton and SF. *July 16: Pub crawl meets book worm at Oakland’s Beast Crawl Literature Festival. Spread over 3 hours and 36 venues, drink your way through a variety of literary and poetry readings and performances. Aug: 29-30: Dave Matthews Band: why deal with multiple stages and set times at a sold out Outside Lands when you can just listen to DMB jam out for three straight hours instead? They hit the Greek Theater in August and tickets are $85.

For the foodie: *May 21: Pledge to be veg and check out Oakland Veg Fest at the Lake Merritt Amphitheater. Speakers, local vendors, and lots of free food samples will be happening.

Bay area s For the country folk:

For the nature lover:

*Aug 20: Join 15,000 other summer lovMay 21, and every Saturday: Get revved ing people and take part in NoisePop’s 20th up and take witness to some serious carnage Street Block Party. Music, food and drinks at the Antioch Speedway. Races take place collide in this delicious summer event. every Saturday, and tickets run $15.

*May 20: Come hang out with a great horned owl and learn about native California animals for free every third Friday at the Lindsay Wildlife Experience.

Aug: 25-28: ‘Eat. Drink. SF.’ is the premier food, wine, and spirits festival of the Bay Area. Get your fancy on with a one of four Grand tastings taking place over the weekend. Tickets are on sale now. Prices range from $75 - $189

*June 1: Become one with nature every first Wednesday of every month when admission is free to enter the UC Berkeley Botanical Gardens.

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May 15: Swoon over acts like Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line at the Shoreline Amphitheater with the Country Megaticket. See eight mega country acts with one ticket starting at $259.

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