|The San Francisco underground unites to Bring Back the Love in 2006!|
Love Parade San Francisco, along with the Somarts Cultural Center, Opel, Tantra, Qool, Anon Salon, Spundae, NK7, Get Yer Freak On, House of Lotus, Sister SF, and more presents a special benefit event for Love Parade San Francisco and the Somarts Cultural Center.
Syd Gris (Opel / Opulent Temple)
Melyss (Opel / Sister SF)
Jeno (Wicked / djjeno.com)
Smoove (Space Cowboys)
Jondi & Spesh (Qool / Looq)
Laird (Get Yer Freak On)
Goldilox (Brass Tax)
Rhythmystic (House of Lotus)
Alain Octavo (Spundae / Wink / Love Affair)
Audio Angel (Sister SF)
Mubali (Mistress of Evil Records)
Liam Shy (Tantra)
Wichdokta (Full Circle)
Chromatone (Vaporvent Records)
Saturnia (Phoenix Family)
David (Psybooty Records)
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and more TBA
More info below…
We would like to invite you to participate in two fabulous fundraisers for Loveparade San Francisco 2006 (www.loveparadesf.org) and the SomArts Cultural Center (www.somarts.org). Both events willbe held at SomArts, 934 Brannan Street in
On Friday, January 27th, Skills DJ Workshop has brought together 20
different production companies and 50 DJs for “GIVING BACK THE LOVE”. This
should be a rocking party showcasing the exuberance and idealism of the
younger side of the bay area electronic dance scene. The flyer and lineup
can be seen at www.skillsdj.com
On Saturday, January 28th, the more underground / burner side of the scene will be out in force for a phat lineup of house, breaks and trance.
The 2005 Loveparade was a great success with well over 75,000 people
spreading the love along Market Street and at Civic Center. The costs of
the city fees and personel required for a downtown parade were huge however,
so many groups are coming together to pay the remaining debts so that
planning for the Loveparade San Francisco 2006 can proceed full steam ahead!
For all those many people who forgot to give the $5 donation at the
Loveparade gates, here is your chance to help make sure that Loveparade
stays a yearly event in San Francisco, a city with an international
reputation for Love in the streets.
The SomArts Cultural Gallery is a non-profit art gallery and event space
that hosted many seminal electronic dance and art parties until those were
prohibited in 1996 because of permitting problems. Because of the
importance of Somarts to the community, the SFLNC pushed the City to allow
entertainment at SomArts and full time late night permits were granted in
2003. Recently, Somarts completed a major building project to allow high
occupancy for events, so the community is now coming together to help pay
off some of SomArts construction loans! After almost ten years, Somarts
will now be fully available to the community for special events!
All equipment, talent and labor for these events is being donated by the
community and all proceeds will be split evenly between Somarts and
Loveparade San Francisco!
While the DJ lineups are pretty much set for these events, we’re still
looking for volunteers for security, bartending, and setup and cleanup.
There is also room for some art, visuals and performance. If you’d like to
help, please contact;