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Win Sold-Out VIP Tickets to the Hard French Hearts Los Homos Pride Party

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OMG OMG OMG, it’s PRIDE WEEKEND IN SF!!!  You know what that means:  a huge parade, Trans March, Dyke March, costumes, copious amounts of alcohol, and lots and lots of tits, ass and wiener.  Awesome!

With so many activities going on, it’s easy to get overwhelmed when deciding where to party.  Let us make it easy for you:  Hard French, the daytime soul music event that’s been lauded as one of the city’s most raucous, amazing dance shindigs, is hosting a debut party — Hard French Hearts Los Homos — during Pride.  In addition to the fabulous house DJs, Hard French will be kicking it up a notch and featuring live music, performances (including one by New Orleans bounce music diva Big Freedia), and special secret surprises (you know those will be INSANE).

The VIP presale tickets for Hard French Hearts Los Homos are totally sold out, but there WILL be tickets available at the door on Sunday.  For a super lucky reader, though, we happen to have a pair of FREE VIP tickets to give away.  Shoot an e-mail over to for the chance to get your hands on these babies — they equal shorter waits and guaranteed entry!

Hard French Hearts Los Homos Pride Party at Public Works Sunday, June 26, 2pm-10pm 161 Erie St. (@ Mission) [Mission] $20 at the door (or FREE for our winner!)
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