This edition of the Party Blotter features two of Detroit’s finest DJs, both performing in our fair city on the same night. Both are at the top of their game, so it’s hard to decide which of the two you should see, but rest assured that both parties will be top-notch.
It’s official – California is facing a major drought crisis. Of water, that is. Not parties.
2014 has barely just begun, but our party calendar is already off to a very good start. One shocking bit about this Party Blotter is there’s no techno to be found–just house, synthpop, and disco, in fact.
It’s here! 2014, the New Year, that is. Hopefully by now you’ve recovered from whatever party debauchery you got yourself into, but if not, fret not–the parties below will keep your hangover at bay.
Ah, New Year's Eve–San Francisco's favorite holiday (with Halloween in a close second place, of course).
Winter is usually a slower period for touring DJs, but fret not: we’re featuring a handful of the city’s best local parties, perfect for dancing the night away.
The ice rink is up at Union Square, Christmas paraphernalia is everywhere, and it’s finally starting to rain. It’s official: the holidays are here.
Now that we’re all recovering from an extended post-Halloween hangover (from candy, that is), there’s no better way to burn off those excess calories than by tearing up the dancefloor at any of the following parties.
Late October in San Francisco means Halloween, which means, of course, lots of drunk people wearing costumes–admittedly not a very rare sight in our fair city.
This edition of the Party Blotter features several milestones: the one-year anniversary of a techno party, the first iteration of a new house music night, and the final iteration of Honey Soundsystem’s Sunday night weekly.
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