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FREE Bike in Movie Screening

Updated: May 11, 2009 19:28
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On Wednesday night, the Good Hotel, the SF Bicycle Coalition, and the Disposable Film Festival are teaming up to bring you a bike in movie screening.  What the fuck is that?  I’m glad you asked.  Here’s all the details sent over by the fine folks at the DFF:


The DFF is proud to present the first ever disposable bike-in movie screening. Join us for some outdoor disposable film fun as we present the best of DFF!


Bring your own radio so you can listen in on the program (you know, just like at the drive in). And for some extra comfort bring something to sit on.


Immediately following the screening we’ll be moving inside for an awesome after party hosted by the SF Guardian!


And did we mention the event is FREE?  So no ifs ands or buts – you gotta be there!


Where: The parking lot across from the Good Hotel on 7th St. @ Minna.

When: Wednesday May 13th, 8PM-11PM

Bike valet by SF Bike Coalition

For more info, go here!


p.s. there’s also a rumor that some of the Mission’s favorite street food carts will be there.

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