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Send Off 2009 and Annie's Social Club with FREE New Year's Eve

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I doubt I’m alone in thinking that paying an expensive cover for an open bar staffed by cater waiters in a hotel conference room-turned-nightclub is pretty overrated. In fact, I’m willing to bet most readers’ New Year’s Eve plans involve at least two of the following: mini bottles of champagne in someone’s purse, heading to a neighborhood bar before they start charging cover, ill-advised whiskey in a flask, or one potential house party.

But if you’re still looking to fill in the gaps, consider this one: beloved music venue Annie’s Social Club is closing it’s doors after tonight 12/31/09, so to celebrate their 4-year run of underground shows they’re inviting everyone to send off Annie’s along with the rest of 2009. Drink specials, a midnight champagne toast and a DJ are standard fare for New Year’s, but FREE cover can be scarce on the 31st. (Plus, come on…it’s Annie’s!) The details:

The Penny Pincher’s NYE Ball: “Closing Time”
Annie’s Social Club
917 Folsom at 5th St. [SOMA]
Thursday, December 31
FREE Cover, Drink Specials, Champagne Toast at Midnight. 9pm – 2am

And don’t forget you can take free Muni there and get a free cab ride home.

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