Popular Bay Area performing arts venue PianoFight announced that it will soon present its final act. Today, the venue announced it would be closing its two Bay Area locations, San Francisco and Oakland. The last day for both will be March 18.
“PianoFight started because we thought there could be a different and fun way to do things,” artistic director Rob Ready said in a press release posted on the venue’s website. “We wanted to lower the barrier of entry so more people could perform; providing infrastructure so artists could focus on art; program eclectically to cross-pollinate creative media; and sell burgers and beer so artists could build their communities over a meal.”