Oakland weekend: Cash Cash and 4 Latidos tours, Punk-Metal Flea Market, Second Saturday, more

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By MJ Carter - Published on November 08, 2019.

This Friday, experience a pop music extravaganza in Downtown Oakland, with American electronic musicians Cash Cash and Mexican pop stars Camila and Sin Bandera playing the Fox and Paramount theaters on Friday. On Saturday, take a leisurely stroll down the boardwalk at Jack London Square and shop the Second Saturday market. And for arts and crafts with an edge, on Sunday, head over to the Oakland Metro Operahouse for the Bay Area Punk-Metal Flea Market. 

Cash Cash X R3HAB at Fox Theater

Photo: Cash Cash/Facebook

Photo: R3HAB/Facebook

On Friday night, catch the sounds of American electronic music group Cash Cash, with support by Dutch DJ and record producer R3HAB. Cash Cash consists of a trio of DJs: brothers Jean Paul and Alex Makhlouf, and Samuel Frisch. The group plays super slick, upbeat dance music alongside a rotating cast of guest musicians. Listen to Cash Cash's music on their website.

When: Friday, November 8, 8 p.m.

Where: Fox Theater, 1807 Telegraph Avenue   

Price: $39.50 

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Camila & Sin Bandera - 4 LatiDos Tour at Paramount Theater

Photo: 4Lati Dos Tour/Facebook

Photo: Camila/Facebook

Also in downtown Oakland on Friday, fans of Latin pop are in for a treat — the 4 LatiDos Tour is hitting Oakland. Camila and Sin Bandera, two popular duos from Mexico City, will co-headline the concert along with special guest Carolina Ross. You can hear a sample of the bands here.  

When: Friday, November 8, 9 p.m.

Where: Paramount Theater, 2025 Broadway 

Price: $86 - 106

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Second Saturday at Jack London Square

Photo: MJ Carter/Hoodline
Photo: MJ Carter/Hoodline

You never know what new treasures you might find at this long-running open air market in Oakland's Jack London Square. Expect over 50 local vendors, selling everything under the sun, including crafts, clothes, jewelry, dog treats, hand-made candles, and anything else you can imagine, plus live entertainment, food and a family and pet friendly environment.

When: Saturday, November 9, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Where: Jack London Square

Price: Free

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Bay Area Punk-Metal Flea Market 

Photo: Savage People/Facebook

Photo: Savage People/Facebook

The Bay Area Punk-Metal Flea Market is back for the fourth year in a row. Hosted by Savage People at Oakland Metro Operahouse in Oakland, the event goes all day on November 9. Expect to see records, comic books, zines, DIY arts and crafts, jewelry, memorabilia, and toys, all with a punk and metal flavor.

When: Sunday, November 10,  1 p.m. - 9 p.m. 

Where: Oakland Metro Operahouse, 522 2nd St

Price: Free/donations

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