Best Things to Do in the South Bay This November

Looking to fill a couple hours of your day while in the South Bay? With so many offerings in the area, weve curated five of the top events this month so you dont have to. Less researching and more enjoying your time in the area. Enjoy!

Featured Photo: Yu Wang
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Florida Georgia Line

November 5

Some call Brian Kelley and Tayler Hubbards sound bro-country” but their style of countrified hip-hop, a modern sub-genre of mainstream country music, is influenced by 21st century hip-hop, hard rock and electronic music.

More info: shorelineamp.org

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Photo: Courtesy of Bar Zola

Float Pool Holiday

November 9

Set aside an evening to celebrate the season with an omnivorous dinner and adult or non-alcoholic beverages at Palo Altos buzziest new spot, Bar Zola — no bathing suit required, but tickets are a must.

More info: eventbrite.com

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Photo: Courtesy of 3rd i

South Asian Film Festival

November 12–16

An online festival explores the breadth of the international and Indian-American communities, including a documentary that explores the only newsroom run by Dalit women, the Kahabar Lahariya, the diaspora of the Tamil community, and everything in-between.

More info: thirdi.org

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Photo: Courtesy of David Allen

Alton Brown

November 15

A live culinary variety show with cooking, comedy and potentially dangerous science stuff” from a Food Network celebrity comes to San Joses Center for the Performing Arts.

More info: broadwaysanjose.com

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Cal vs. Stanford

November 20

Get ready for a one-of-a-kind tailgate at Stanfords Koret Plaza to honor the spirited rivalry of the two fiercest college football competitors as they go head-to-head.

More info: alumni.berkeley.edu

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Courtesy of: Chris Bennion and Jeremy Daniel

Hairspray

November 23–28

Sixteen year old Tracy Turnblad sets out to dance her way onto TVs most popular show belting out Welcome to the ’60s,” “Good Morning Baltimore” and You Cant Stop the Beat” along the way. 

More info: broadwaysanjose.com

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