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FREE Labor Day Weekend BBQ with the Triple Threat DJs

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Armed with a 6 foot grill, lots of meaty and veggie goodness, a huge sounds system, and a jumpy castle (for the kids), a collection of some of the Bay’s best DJs are throwing this weekend’s dopest FREE party.

Anyone in the Bay who listens to hip-hop will recognize a lot of the names on the above flyer.  Hell, you’ve probably paid good money to see cats like Apollo, Shortkut, Mr. E, and Sake One, on the one’s and two’s.  This Sunday September 6th, you can see all them and more for FREE, while eating all the grub they provided for you.

As you read this I’m probably in the trees in lovely Big Sur because I’m road trippin this weekend.  BUT if I were in town, I’d be at this party for sure!  It sounds fantastic.  If you go, let me know how it is.

Doin it in the Park
Elk Cove in Golden Gate Park

Sunday 9/6
Noon – Sunset
FREE music and BBQ bitches!

Peep the flyer above to see where the hell Elk Cove is

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