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Club 1994 is celebrating 6 years of 90s love this Saturday May 23rd at The Rickshaw Stop!! Get in the Time Machine with us and go back when JTT ruled pop culture, Zach & Kelly couldn’t stay broken up & slap bracelets were at the pinnacle of fashion.

Bust out your Cabbage Patch to the Hip-Hop + R&B and sing along to your pop dance favs!

Djs: Jeffrey Paradise + Vin Sol
Hosted by Andy Vague & Saturn
90s themed Photo Booth by Jonathan Saunders
Hair and makeup by Shalana Lana

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155 Fell St, San Francisco, California 94102

Advance Tix $10 and up // Door Tix $20 / 21+

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