The San Francisco Bay Area is always a hub for music and musicians, so it is no surprise that some of the biggest tours and biggest names make their way to the Bay and in some of the best outdoor venues there are to offer. We take a look at some of the hottest tours, most popular rock and pop stars, along with a noted Broadway legend, and the largest music festival in the heart of San Francisco, all while soaking up the beautiful California sun.
“Can I Help You Host The Show, Man?” may not be destined to become a classic. But it does kind of remind us of another certain ‘Frozen’ song.
The wildly popular film was the hit of Halloween last year, nearly a year after its release, causing some to pay hundreds for costumes. Now many parents, relatives of young children and general Disney haters are none too pleased to hear the franchise is returning.
An animated short reuniting the original characters of the hit film (and their voiceover counterparts) will be screening before Cinderella in theaters when it premieres March 12.
Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf are back in a new animated short…
Most movie theaters encourage quiet, but not when you’re at a musical sing-along at the Castro Theatre. Mike Sugerman tries to carry a tune in this About The Bay segment.
Frozen fans were clearly unable to ‘Let It Go’ (good job team), so it appears that Disney is caving and will begin considering the idea of a sequel to the hit 2013 animated film.
A Bay Area family that started an online petition to ask Disney to introduce movie characters with disabilities delivered 75,000 signatures to studio headquarters in Burbank on Wednesday.
The Tony Award-winning actress & the power behind the Frozen soundtrack, is coming to the Bay…
An Antioch mother’s campaign to get Disney to represent children with Down syndrome in its films has grabbed tens of thousands of signatures and the attention of Disney headquarters.