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The Fernet-Branca Barback Games is having its 10 year anniversary! And it’s free, just RSVP here.

There will be: Amazing Cocktails from SF’s Top Mixologists | Pop-Up Barbershop | Circus Performances | Exclusive Fernet-Branca Swag.And I’ll be in there crowd mixing it up with folks and live streaming it! This will be a lot of fun.

What is the this crazy sounding event? I’m glad you asked:

The Fernet-Branca Barback Games features gladiators battling through a series of rigorous challenges to crowds of cheering industry friends.

On Sunday, November 13th, the best Barbacks from around San Francisco will compete at The Regency Ballroom to determine the city’s best barback.

In the end there can be only one.

Featuring musical + theatrical performances from:
Pop Rocks
Motown on Mondays
Hubba Hubba Review
Equipto, Mike Marshall & DJ Pause performing the classic “I Drink Fernet” Live.

The Great Northern Circus Troupe

21+ ONLY

Sunday, November 13th, 2016
The Regency Ballroom
1290 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

6:00pm Barback Registration
7:00pm Doors
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