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Free Hennessy and an Outkast Tribute on Tuesday

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Pacific Standard Time (PST) might be the best party in San Francisco.  There was that one time where they did FREE Farmer Brown food, and that other time when they did FREE Grey Goose and Curtis Mayfield tribute.  I get their emails every week for the Tuesday night party, and it seems like they only do great music and free stuff!  What more can you ask for?

This Tuesday, August 18th, is gonna be an Outkast tribute night started off properly with an hour of FREE Hennessy.  Personally, Outkast is one of my favorites of all time.  They are one of the few groups who completely change the state of music each time they put out an album.  I bet you’re an Outkast fan too…or at least a FREE booze fan.

All you gotta do is RSVP to with your name and a plus one (if you’d like).  Then just show up for the 10-11pm FREE Hennessy.

Now that I did you a solid by hipping you to this event, do me one and tell all your friends to check out this goddamn website.

Pacific Standard Time
Every Tuesday
330 Ritch btw Townsend and Brannan Sts.
FREE Hennessy from 10-11pm

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