Thurs. Oct 1
Tickets are on sale for $15 for the virtual show on Thursday (6pm PT). There is also a two night pass for $26 that includes Thursday’s show and a show on October 8th where MGK will be performing his album “Tickets to my Downfall” from start to finish.
This virtual baking event happens twice a month. @micheletaugustin_us allows followers to join her on instagram live to bake a myriad of treats such as croissant chips or cookie squares.
Take an afternoon to learn how to cook the famous Spanish dishes gazpacho, Tortilla de Patata, and Sangria for the small fee of $18.
Fri. Oct 2
Another week, another virtual festival. The three-hour festival has partnered with the voter outreach organization Headcount and will feature performances by Ava Max, MisterWives, Portugal. The Man, and more.
A benefit livestream for the non-profit organization Fighting for Me. There will be performances by It’s Butter, Chloe Gallardo, Chase Petra, and The McCharmlys.
Here is a concert that is being offered both in-person and online. For you San Luis Obispo locals, this concert is available if you choose to eat at SLO Brew Rock’s outdoor dining area and the live stream is free via SLO Brew and Norton’s social channels, but donations are encouraged.
Come beat the heat this weekend (Oct. 2 – Oct. 4) out near the coast and enjoy some seafood, beer, wine, and more for this event that has been taking place since 1982. (Might be cancelled due to Covid)
This alternative rock band is livestreaming a set Friday night as a part of their “tour.”
A socially distant march is taking place this Friday at Meadow Park in San Luis Obispo. It starts at 4:30 pm and at 5:15 a silent protest will commence and speakers be given the stage.
Sat. Oct 3
Scott Cooper and his band Rosebud will be playing at the SLO Brew Rock Main Stage and playing music from one of the most iconic American bands, the Grateful Dead. Enjoy from the comfort of your couch at 5pm PDT.
The up and coming female rockstar is performing a live set and streaming it to all of her fans at 1 pm Saturday. This is following the release of her debut album “Missing Person,” out Friday Oct. 2.
This Saturday is the first stand-up comedy event through the popular video game Animal Crossing. It is free for everyone via zoom (you don’t even have to play the game!) and is hosted by Jenny Yang, one of Variety’s 10 Comics to watch for 2020.
Try your hand at a new creative skill with this three hour $30 drawing class. You bring your own found object and are walked through various exercises that “challenge and stimulate your creative muscles.”
A free virtual comedy show is taking place this weekend featuring the Bay Area’s top African-American comedians, such as Chris Riggins (who opened for Dave Chappelle) and Leon Scott (Attack of the Comics).
Here is another event being offered both virtually and in-person, if you are in the area. Head on over to Sunken Gardens to witness the “Reverse Parade,” see the window painting contest for local business, and there will be a drive up barbecue.
This annual skateboarding event is a 1-day, 2-race spectacle happening this weekend in downtown Morro Bay.
Sun. Oct 4
Pop over to Milestone Tavern Sunday from 1-3 pm to learn about and register for the Woods Wiggle Waggle Walk, get some free swag, and if you order a meal, a portion of the proceeds go to the Woods Humane Society.
Mon. Oct 5
Ever wanted to try your hand at stand-up? Well, now is your chance! This free event allows participants, over the course of the two hours, to write and perform their material.
Tues. Oct 6
The famous singer-songwriter Lenny Kravitz is discussing his new memoir “Let Love Rule” with fellow musician and lead singer of The Chicks Natalie Maines. The cost of this virtual event ranges from $35 to $42.
Laugh Online! Is a free virtual comedy event that occurs every Tuesday via zoom.
Wed. Oct 7
This virtual class costs $20 and dives into conversations about race as a social construct and how racism is running rampant within America. This is a two day event and on Wednesday the discussion is lead by indigenous leaders Kaitlin Curtis and Mark Charles.