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Celebrating blues history: In the mid-1900s, an influx of African-American workers from the south turned the small community of Russell City outside Hayward into a blues hotbed, where acts such as Big Joe Turner and Big Mama Thornton would play in bustling nightclubs. The annual Hayward Russell City Blues Festival, organized by the West Coast Blues Society, celebrates that musical legacy and returns this weekend featuring such performers as Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials, Grady Champion, Chick Rodgers, Little Jimmy Reed and many more. Details: 11 a.m.-7 p.m. July 8-9; Hayward City Hall Plaza; $25-$30, $50 two-day pass; details and tickets here.— Randy McMullen, Staff.
Halal Fest expands to two days: After just a few years, the Halal Fest has become such a draw that organizers have added a second day for foodies, This weekend’s event will feature more than 20 halal food showtime dance shoes vendors selling dishes made according to Islamic dietary guidelines; cooking demonstrations, an art and jewelry bazaar; live music and comedy; plus a Ferris wheel, carnival rides and games, Details: noon-11 p.m, July 8, till 7 p.m, July 9; 40451 Albrae St., Fremont; $5; kids 10 and under free; www.halalfest.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
Global fun, from Reggae to Obon: Cultural festivals abound. The rapidly growing Island Reggae Festival will take over the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds in San Jose on July 8 with concerts (UB40, Fiji, Spawnbreezie), plus island dance and food, tattoo showcase, car show, rugby tournament, carnival. The event runs 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. event; $60; www.islandreggaefest.com. In Japantown, the two-day San Jose Obon festival — noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, noon to 8 p.m. Sunday — features taiko performances, hundreds of dancers, exhibits, games and food; free admission, 640 N. Fifth St.; details here.— Linda Zavoral, Staff.
Panorama of arts — plus wine: The Peninsula turns into an art gallery this weekend, with 150 juried artists assembling for the 25th annual ACGA Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival, Look for handblown glass, jewelry, stoneware, garden art, vases and statement pieces, along with live demos, The event runs 10 a.m.-5 p.m, July 8-9 at the Palo Alto Art Center; free admission; wwwacga.net, Not far away, the Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival will feature fine art, concerts, plus food, brews and wine, The festival runs 10 a.m.-6 p.m, July 8-9 showtime dance shoes at Los Altos Village; free admission; http://downtownlosaltos.org.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
Train pulls into Shoreline: Train just keeps rolling right along, knocking out one big radio hit after another. The pop-rock act’s more-notable offerings include “Play That Song,” “Drive By,” “Hey, Soul Sister” and “Calling All Angels.” Train has been out on the road in support of its latest album, “A Girl, a Bottle, a Boat,” but returns to play a big hometown show July 8 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View. O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield are also on the bill. Details: 7 p.m.; $25-$79.50; www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.
In Brentwood, it’s harvest time: How many ears of corn can you shuck? And how many can you eat? Brentwood’s two-day ode to summer crops, the Harvest Time Festival, gives you a chance to show off your produce prowess, Besides the contests, there will be cooking demos (in the community center), farmer interviews, music and a Little Veggies Parade that starts at 10:45 a.m, showtime dance shoes Saturday, Details: 10:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m, July 8, 11 a.m.-6 p.m, July 9; City Park, downtown Brentwood; free admission; http://harvest4u.com.— Linda Zavoral, Staff..
Meet the Mutoid Man: It’s about to get heavy, Bay Area, because Mutoid Man is heading to town. The thundering Brooklyn metalcore act, featuring vocalist-guitarist Stephen Brodsky, drummer Ben Koller and bassist Nick Cageao, is touring in support of its latest hard-rocker, “War Moans,” which follows 2015’s “The Bleeder.” The band lands at Slim’s in San Francisco July 8, Helms Alee and Worship are also on the bill. Details: 8:30 p.m.; $16-$19; www.slimspresents.com. Lieder Alive! celebrates Schubert: With recitals, master classes and recording projects, Lieder Alive!, the San Francisco-based organization founded in 2007 by Maxine Bernstein, is devoted to promoting appreciation of German lieder. The group concludes its 6th annual Liederabend (Evening of Song) series on July 9 with a recital by the excellent young bass Anthony Reed. Singing Schubert’s late-life “Schwanengesang” (Swan Song), Reed, who has distinguished himself as an S.F. Opera Adler Fellow, will be accompanied by pianist John Parr. Details: 5 p.m., Noe Valley Ministry, San Francisco; $35-$75; 415-561-0100; www.liederalive.org.— Georgia Rowe, Correspondent.
Open-air arias on the Peninsula: Opera San Jose’s singers will head north to Redwood City to present a free concert July showtime dance shoes 9, part of the city’s Classical Series for summer 2017, (Next up will be Bay Shore Lyric Opera on Sept, 10.) This weekend’s performance will start at 6 p.m, outdoors at Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway in downtown, Details: Free admission; www.redwoodcity.org.— Linda Zavoral, Staff, Chic and EWF — yowza!: Earth, Wind and Fire are always worth catching in concert, thanks to a catalog filled with such memorable hits as “Shining Star,” “Sing a Song,” “Fantasy,” “Boogie Wonderland” and, best of all, “September.” Yet, there’s an added incentive to see EWF when they come to Oakland’s Oracle Arena July 12 — Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, Yes, that’s right, you get two great acts on one bill, This might be the season’s best doubleheader, Details: 8 p.m.; $39.50-$125; www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff..