What’s Happening Tonight? 6/29/15

Hubba Hubba Revue presents Chanteuse Showcase (all singing burlesque!)

at DNA Lounge

375 11th st

San Francisco CA

Monday, June 29
And Every Monday
9pm – 11:30pm.
swing.
18+.
$7 Gen. Adm.;
$12 Reserved Seating.
Featuring performances by:

Megs of Megaflame
Patina DeCopper
Magnoliah Black
Alethal Weapon
Ruby Vixen
Ambi Bambi
Bo Vixxen
Mz. K

What’s Happening Tonight? 6/26/15

BUTCH NASTY AND THE BLACKOUT KIDS,

REPTOID,

GENERALISSIMO,

PALE APE

The Golden Bull Bar,

412 14th Street, Oakland, CA 94612

8pm

$8

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Red Hots Burlesque

at BEATBOX
314 11th Street
San Francisco,CA 94103

7:00 pm

$10 GA VIP Packages Available

Our Launch Show includes:

ADA LAVENDER, Chicago
Bearlesque
Dasha Cheyenne, Wiley Mixes of Santa Cruz
Holli Would, Indiana
Legend, Ellion Ness​
Kiki Maroon, Houston, Texas
Snatch Adams
Dottie Lux
and so many more!

Tickets can be purchased at can party earth call it http://www.partyearth.com/redhotsbeatbox

What’s Happening Tonight? 6/25/15

Moonlighting Burlesque

at 50 Mason Social House

50 Mason St, San Francisco, CA 94102

$15 advance // $20 door
The show starts at 8pm, but join Moonlighting for PREHEAT (the pre-party) at 7pm.
Lineup

Jamarr John Johnson, Host
Lord Price, DJ & Co-Host
Krystle Warren, Singer-Songwriter (toured with Rufus Wainwright)
Just the Tip by Wells Day
:60 Dance Party
Kevin Wofsy, Mortified Diary Reader
Jet Noir, Burlesque Dancer
Viola Booth, Singer & Instrumentalist

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LIVE MUSIC: The Hooks, Ultra Violent Rays + Cash For Gold

at Legionnaire Saloon

2272 TELEGRAPH AVENUE
OAKLAND, CA 94612

Thursday, June 25 @ 9:00 PM

$7 at the door

Age limit: 21+

2nd Floor Loft

Futuristic electronic rockers Ultra Violent Rays are making their way up the coast on tour from LA and just so happen to be stumbling into our own backyard. So we’ve corralled some locals to make a party out of it. Featuring the mission rock of The Hooks and funeral pop of Cash For Gold, it’s pretty much a guaranteed good time for all.