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Heyyy, Sailor! – The LGBT Fleet Week Party

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For as long as San Francisco has been around, it’s been a welcome port of call for sailors looking to get a little action while on shore leave, especially queer ones. So we figured what better way to celebrate Fleet Week than to throw a party for all the LGBT member of the Armed Forces and their friends!

We’ve teamed up with Go Bang! and The Lookout to throw Heyyy, Sailor, THE Fleet Week Party for our sexy servicemen and servicewomen.

So if you’re in the military or just wanna make out with someone who is, this party is for you.
Music by Go BANG!’s Steve Fabus, Joe Prince Wolfe, and Sergio Fedasz

Get your presale tix here
RSVP on FB to follow the conversation here.

Pro tip: Members of the Armed Forces who are in uniform will probably get a lot of attention at Heyyy, Sailor.

Heyyy, Sailor – The LGBT Fleet Week Party
Thursday, 10/6
9pm – 2am
The Lookout
3600 16th St. @ Market
[The Castro]
$5 pre sale here.

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