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San Francisco After Hours Events Calendar

Nightlife entertainment guide for San Francisco

Looking for a complete list of special events in San Francisco ? Look no further. Here is your nightlife entertainment guide for San Francisco.

DNA Lounge , 375 11th St., San Francisco, California (SoMa Potrero Hill) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

Resident DJs Tyme, EN8, and Dada pay tribute to the women who make pop music what it is – by mashing them up with anybody and everybody! It’s Pop Goes the Diva, a mashed-up night of all the greatest pop divas in history! At 11 PM, house rock band Smash-Up Derby does a special diva set, plus four rooms of dancing action for one price! [more]

DNA Lounge , 375 11th St., San Francisco, California (SoMa Potrero Hill) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

Bootie SF gives you the next best thing to being at EDC in Las Vegas -- it’s the Electric Bootie Carnival, with EDM-flavored mashups all night long, plus a rave-inspired drag show. Plus, Bootie will have LED batons, glow necklaces, and rave toys galore to keep your candy-colored PLUR smiles going and getting you into the spirit of “EBC.” [more]

DNA Lounge , 375 11th St., San Francisco, California (SoMa Potrero Hill) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

Bootie celebrates Pride weekend with a tribute to the first ladies of pop -- it’s Lady Gaga vs. Madonna Mashup Night, as Bootie founders Adrian A and Mysterious D mix and mash Madge and Gaga throughout the night! Plus a live rock mashup band, Midnight Mashup Show, and four rooms of party music for one price! [more]

DNA Lounge , 375 11th St., San Francisco, California (SoMa Potrero Hill) United States San Francisco California United States | show on map

Bootie presents the “Best of Bootie” from the past to the present, as resident DJs Mysterious D, Tripp, and EN8 dig deep into the mashup vaults to play the “Bootie Classics” from 2001 to today! Not just today's pop, but your favorite mashups from the past two decades. Plus mashup burlesque from the Bowtie Beauties, and four rooms for one [more]