Bootie Past Parties
July 30, 2016
San Francisco Bootie SF – Mysterious D’s Birthday
It seems like everyone loves celebrating their birthday at Bootie SF, but no one more than Bootie co-creator and resident DJ Mysterious D, who will be doing a special prime-time B-day set, as well as picking out all sorts of surprises, including the Monster Drag Show and an all-night tribute to Prince, The Purple Room. It might be her birthday, but you’re getting the party! 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 entry all night for drag queens and FULL costume and make-up!
FREE Bootie mashup CDs to the first 100 people!
21+ w/ ID
Bootie’s co-founder and resident DJ celebrates her Bootie b-day
SHYBOY & NUBAR (Bootie LA)
About this event
Bootie celebrates co-founder and resident DJ Mysterious D’s birthday with a special prime-time B-day set! Helping to hold down the Main Room will be EN8, while the Monster Drag Show takes to the stage at 11 PM for a non-stop birthday show! Upstairs in Above, it’s The Purple Room, as Bootie LA resident DJs ShyBoy and Nubar pay tribute to Prince all night long. In the Lounge, it’s the Monster Electro-House Party with DJs MC2 and Paul Goodyear, with special guest Voicedude, while in the Dazzle Room, it’s Blackout, as DJs Mario Muse and Adrienne Scissorhands spin post-punk, indie, and new wave for your dark dancing needs. All this, plus drag hosts Willard, and Johnny Rockitt, club photographer ShutterSlut, and FREE Bootie 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 12 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…..