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Join a FREE Citywide Game of Tag with Journey to the End of the Night


Usually when I’m on a “journey to the end of the night” it means I’m trying not to fall asleep on the bar after someone thought another round of Fernet shots would be a good idea. But this Saturday’s Halloween edition of Journey to the End of the Night is actually more like a citywide game of tag or, as the organizers call describe it: “cinematic chase scene through the city at night” Your goal is to make it to the six secret checkpoints the fastest and the only form of transportation is your two feet and public transit (although, knowing how Muni operates, you’re probably better off walking).

The game starts at Justin Herman Plaza at 7pm and you’ll need to RSVP on Facebook to get all the SECRET INFO. Last year’s event drew 700 people, and of course it’s all FREE so show up prepared.

Journey to the End of the Night
7pm, Saturday October 30th
Justin Herman Plaza
1 Steuart Street @ Market [Embarcadero]

More info at and RSVP via Facebook

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