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BAS Pride 2014: Win Tix to the Special Pride Edition of Sunday Mass w/ Ladytron (DJ Set)

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I’m busy as fuck so I’m just gonna cut and past this info in here. It does sound like a pretty awesome party. I’ve got a pair of tickets to giveaway to it.

Here at MASS, we believe in the sanctity of dance, giving you a reason to come out and cleanse your soul with FRESH electronic beats every week. We are a group of passionate artists and musicians with one common goal: to overcome SF’s nightlife redundancy. We want to fill the void sonically, visually and soulfully as we introduce you to up and coming artists and reacquaint you with your favorites in a stunning new venue that will keep you praying for more!

Tired of the same old? Practice what you preach. Fill the void, break the Top-40 mold and make new traditions with us at Sunday MASS!

For this very special Sunday Pride edition of MASS, we are pulling out all the stops and delivering you the full venue experience, with three rooms of dancing, a visual spectacular at every turn, and as always, an eye towards musical and artistic excellence. Come as you are to The Chapel on Sunday, June 29th.

$20 Pre-sale (only 100 available)
$25 Regular
$30 At the door
Available at:

Ladies and not-so-gentlemen, Sunday June 29 from 6pm to 2am, we present:

✝ Reuben Wu of Ladytron (DJ set) 
✝ Lincoln Jesser (live) 
✝ RICHIE PANIC (Lights Down Low)
✝ Dewey and Party With Havoc
✝ Keith Kraft
✝ Two Dudes in Love
✝ Robert Jeffrey
✝ JTull
✝ Disco Dust
Artwork by Jeremy Novy ✝ Elliott C Nathan ✝ Christian Tyler
Special Pop-Up By Art Attack SF
Face Painting by Norm ✝ Ismael

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