Easter Egg Hunt + Beer + Bouncy Castle Boxing + FREE = The Best Pre-Party Ever!!

 

Who needs Coachella when you have Bouncy Castle Boxing? Well, that is a hell of a question, but the answer is even easier when your throw in an easter egg hunt AND beer sponsored by PBR. Holy shit, right? The fine people over at UpOut asked me to help them throw an event in celebration of the release of their new app and this of course is the strange and twisted place my mind led us to. While some of you will be sweating balls in the desert standing in line to hear the Motherfucking Gaslamp Killer (who is brilliant by the way!), the rest of us will have bellies full of beer and mouths full of candy while we knock the snot out of each other with goddamn inflatable boxing gloves! Can I get a “FUCK YEAH!”? Thought so.

This party is intended to be a pre-party event to get you revved up for the rest of the night and I can’t think of a better way to do it.

To attend this incredible FREE event (which is happening this Saturday), all you have to do is click “WANT” on this page. And the rest, as they say, is history. Well, actually in this case it’s the future, but you get my point. A few details from the FB invite:

1. Sponsored beer for attendees (while supplies last) from PBR

2. 30 Free Gourmet DojoDogs (first come first serve) plus discounts with app.

3. An adult easter egg hunt

4. A BOUNCY CASTLE BOXING arena.

Event runs from 7:30pm to 11:00pm. If you have any questions, email Martin at Martin@UpOut.com

Don’t forget to click “WANT” here.

 

Eggs, Beer and Bouncy Boxing
Saturday 4/14
7:30pm – 11pm
Z Space 
450 Florida St. @ Mariposa
[The Mission]
FREE

Also check out the cool infographic that UpOut released today detailing some the Mission’s historical details. They even gave me a little shout out with the dude’s t-shirt. And yes, it says there are 62 coffee shops in the Mission. Crazy!

 

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