Bootie Past Parties
March 5, 2016
San Francisco Bootie SF: Boy Bands vs. Girl Groups!
It’s girls against boys, as Bootie pays mashup tribute to all your favorite boy bands & girl groups!
Doors @ 9pm
375 11th Street @ Harrison, San Francisco
About this event
It’s girls against boys, as Bootie pays tribute to the best boy bands and girls groups in the world by mixing and mashing them up with anybody and everybody! Backstreet Boys or Spice Girls? N’Sync or TLC? Duran Duran or the Go-Go’s? Jackson 5 or the Supremes? No group from any decade is safe from the Bootie mashup treatment! Main Room mashup DJs Mysterious D, Entyme, and Tripp spin the best of the boys and girls into one non-stop mashup dancing frenzy all night long, while Hubba Hubba Revue takes to the Main Stage at 11 PM to titillate and tease you with the Bay Area’s best burlesque, performing to your favorite boy band and girl group songs!
Upstairs in the Lounge, it’s Party Killers, featuring Party Ben and Mykill, as they throw down house remixes and more to make you dance. In Above, it’s Las Baygas, as DJs Ajax, Lorenzo, and Turnstylz spin Vegas-style club bangers to get you on the dance floor. And in the Dazzle Room, it’s Damn Gina, with DJ Fox and Kool Karlo spinning super fun dance music to get your groove on. All this, plus drag hosts Holy McGrail and Suppositori Spelling 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-burgeoning artform of the bootleg mashup — and is now the biggest mashup event in the world, with regular parties in several cities. 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. Mixing and matching every musical genre, era, and style into one big dance party, it’s a place where everyone is welcome. And with free mashup CDs given away like candy, Bootie provides the soundtrack for the A.D.D. generation.