Bootie Upcoming Parties
March 4, 2017
San Francisco BOOTIE SF: Gamer Night
Bootie celebrates the end of GDC week with a mashed-up tribute to videogaming -- it’s Gamer Night! Gaming-inspired burlesque and drag, videogame mashups thrown into the mix in the Main Room, and chiptune artists and DJs in the 8bitSF room! Four rooms, one price!
Doors @ 9
375 11th Street at Harrison
$10 before 10pm, $20 after — CASH ONLY
$15 advance tickets — SKIP THE LINE! Available in link below.
FREE Bootie mashup CDs to the first 100 people!
21+ w/ ID
11 PM: Videogame-inspired show by:
HUBBA HUBBA REVUE
ROCK M. SAKURA
KAI KAI BEE MICHAELS
Hosted by MC KINGFISH and MAGGIE MOTORBOAT
Main Room mashup DJs:
Lounge: PARTY KILLERS
Live sets from chiptune and electronic artists:
EXTENT OF THE JAM
Dazzle Room: THE HIDEOUT
Sexy and dirty hip-hop and R&B with DJs:
ROCK M. SAKURA
Club photography by: SHUTTERSLUT
Early Bird Drink Special: $7 cocktails until 10 PM
About this event
To celebrate the end of the Game Developers Conference this week, Bootie SF is proud to present Gamer Night, a mashed-up tribute to videogaming! Live on stage at 11 PM, Hubba Hubba Review throws down a burlesque and drag tribute to all the best videogames, while resident DJs Adrian A, Tripp, and EN8 mix in some chiptune and videogame-themed mashups into their sets, keeping the Main Room going until it’s “game over!”
8bitSF, the Bay Area’s premiere chiptune night, takes over the Above, wielding 8-bit gaming machines to smash the boundaries of genres like trance, electro, industrial and rock — featuring live performances from Extent of the Jam, B/I/R/T/H/D/A/Y, Petriform, and Nikola Whallon. In the Lounge, it’s Party Killers with Party Ben and Mykill, as the pair throw down house remixes and more to make you dance. And in the Dazzle Room, The Hideout gives you a place to escape and get down to dark and dirty hip-hop and R&B. All this, plus drag hosts Suppositori Spelling and Rock M. Sakura, club photography by ShutterSlut, and FREE Bootie mashup mashup CDs to the first 100 people!
Launched in 2003 by San Francisco DJ duo A Plus D, Bootie was the first club night dedicated solely to the then-new bootleg mashup — and is now the biggest mashup event in the world, with regular parties in several cities across the globe. Winning various nightlife awards for the past 13 years, Bootie celebrates pop culture both past and present, keeping your brain guessing and body dancing with creative song combinations that provide the soundtrack for the A.D.D. generation.
Your basic night at Bootie SF goes a little something like this…..