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SF Weekly's Best of SF Party 2011 

May 19, 2011
Join us to celebrate all the Best of San Francisco. Enjoy live entertainment, music, live art installation, drink specials, features from our sponsors and much more to come...

$10 admission goes to Benefit our Masterminds Artist Grant Program (as seen at our Artopia event in February)

Get your tickets here:

The event will feature live performances by:
The Peelers (
The Peelers are the San Francisco Bay Area's riveting cover band sensation, playing all your favorite music from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and today! The Peelers turn the old, tired standard cover band repertoire upside-down by creating unique non-stop mash-ups(*) and medleys, combining the versatility of a DJ with the immediate impact of a live band. Come make the nonsense happen with The Peelers--the evolution of the cover band experience.


DJ ZAQ (EyeHeartSF, Robot DeNiro,
ZAQ has joined the ranks of San Francisco�s most in demand and elite DJ�s. He blends a wide and versatile range of musical genres - utilizing solid technique, creative originality and an innate ability to read and react to the crowd in front of him. His talents have earned him multiple residencies with some of San Fran�s most successful promoters and he has performed at a majority of the most popular and trendy night clubs and events in the Bay Area. He has shared the stage with large acts such as : LMFAO, Steve Aoki, Far East Movement, Hyper-Crush, Cali Swag District, Dirt Nasty, Mickey Avalon, DJ Scene, DJ Cobra, DJ Shift, Tony Arzadon and the legendary disco and dance music pioneer Nicky Siano of Studio 54 fame.

Also enjoy:

- Complimentary massages
- Live painting by Ryan Martinez and Nataliya Tyaglo
- Live screen printing by San Franpsycho
- and still more...
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