Bootie Past Parties
February 4, 2017
San Francisco BOOTIE SF: Generation X vs. Millennials
Bootie becomes a generational battlefield, mashing up the most beloved songs from the past three decades! It’s Generation X vs. Millennials! All the artists you love, mixed into a blender and mashed with the best of the best, no genre or era is safe! Four rooms, one price!
Doors @ 9
375 11th Street at Harrison
FREE Bootie mashup CDs to the first 100 people!
About this event
Bootie becomes a generational battlefield, mashing up the most beloved songs from the past three decades, as we pit Generation X vs. Millennials! Main Room mashup DJs Mysterious D, Tripp, and EN8 take your favorite artists from the last three decades and mix and mash them with anybody and everybody, no era or genre is safe! At 11 PM, Hubba Hubba Revue takes the main stage for a sexy mashup burlesque show, with the best performers from the Bay Area and beyond!
Upstairs 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, while in Above it’s SHE-nanigans, with DJs Mixtress Shizaam and guests keeping the party hopping. Plus, The Hideout gives you a place to escape and get down to dark and dirty hip-hop and R&B in the Dazzle Room! All this, plus drag hosts Suppositori Spelling and Qween, 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…..
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