Sunday, December 31st – NYE!

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In the tradition of New Bohemia NYE, NYE at the Mint presented by Opel and friends is for people looking for something special on this too easily over hyped party night.  (*Read the update on New Bohemia below).

At the Mint, you’ll ring in the New Year with SF’s most eclectic community of Dj’s, performers, live musicians, thespians, dancers, artists and beautiful and comical characters.

*See how it looked last year here: https://vimeo.com/199747348

15 DJ’s + live acts on 4 dance floors. There will be 13 Activated Thematic environments on 2 floors to explore with interactive games, including cleansing rituals, burlesque, avant garde performances, aerial, pole dancing, bondage demos, video mapped inner courtyard, a large art gallery, belly dance, chill spaces, make out rooms, a red light district, photo booth, and other surprises in dark corners of New Bohemia. Music from your favorite crews, and more in the works – WOW!

CAST:

DJ’s

Music Headliner Announced November 12th

PERFORMING ARTISTS
-Full List coming soon

VISUAL / INSTALLATION ARTISTS
-Full List coming soon

Visuals by Viberations
Private VIP rooms available upon request – ask us!

Still more being added every week!

9pm- 3:30am, 21+
Corner of 5th & MIssion, SF

How did it look last year? See this nice video montage:
https://vimeo.com/192827732

Or See the Pics from past years!: www.facebook.com/pg/opelproductions/photos

Want to get involved? We ‘re looking for volunteers, artists and theme camps who want to co-create! Contact- syd@opelproductions.com or write us through our FB page:
facebook.com/opelproductions

*The New Bohemia scoop: After 4 straight years of wonderous event creations on NYE, the official New Bohemia event is taking the year off as the co-producers of Opel and Vau de Vire are entertaining different fun adventures this year. (Check our friends at Vau de Vire at the Midway NYE event)

The Mint, built in 1874, also known affectionately as The Granite Lady, is one of the few that survived the great 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Located in the heart of the city at 5th and Mission, you’ve seen it from the outside many, many times. Have you seen the inside? Few have. Take a virtual tour here: http://thesanfranciscomint.com/tour/

We are still a destination for conscious party people seeking the intersection of art, community, music, experience, and some surprises.  A place for immersive and ingteractive experience in a regal setting.