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Dancing and an OPEN BAR at Public Works?!?!

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At this point I haven’t even thought of an open bar party in years. So this is exciting news! Reporting on this is like going back to the roots of this site.

On October 22nd, Public Works is throwing a FREE dance party with an open bar! The party goes from 9pm-3am and the open bar part is from 9pm-11pm. Here’s the info from the press release Public Works sent out:


Public Works has always been about Giving the People What They Want, and as we all come out of disco hibernation, PW felt it was time to throw a party for our awesome community of dancers, free thinkers, innovative creatives, and all-around good humans to celebrate.

On October 22nd Public Works is giving back to the Bay Area dance community for all of the support received over this last year and a half at the Give Back/Get Back, a night of fun, mayhem, and celebration. This free soiree will feature an open bar from 9-11 p.m. to get the party started as San Francisco’s finest party people get back on their favorite dancefloor! Headliners Dusky and Truncate will lead the audible charge while stellar local crews Direct to Earth, Pile Palace, Only Human, Renegade Maskerade and Electroluxx will keep the beats going all night long.

This will be an entire venue extravaganza in the main room, loft, as well as a fresh-air filled Silent Disco under the stars.

Reserve your spot at the PW Give Back/Get Back party with Dusky here.

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