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FREE Party for D-Structure’s 6 Year Anniversary w/ Motown on Monday, Afrolicious, Nikodemus and More!

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My friend Devon Chulick wants you to party with him. Devon is one of the owners of D-Structure (DSF) and they’re turning 6 years old this Saturday. DSF is known for throwing parties almost weekly. Devon knows that some of you broke-asses love to dance, and don’t want to throw down on a cover.  So he’s hosting a party at Public Works for FREE! Just RSVP at the and you don’t have to worry about the cover!

Here’s a little bit more copy from Devon:

In 2006 on October 20th, we opened for business to bring a new disruptive structure to retail, art, and music. We’ve grown and had the pleasure to collaborate with so many people the last six years!

We want to thank all of you for being customers, collaborators, and supporters. Without you, we’d be nothing.

So, we’ve decided to throw a party!

Saturday October 20th, at 9pm we will take over Public Works, and throw one hell of a party. (You should know we’re good at throwing parties by now)

We’ll have:

Motown on Monday DJ’s (MOM)
And our own resident DJ Oli!

Plus, we’ll be going till 3am!

I promise to throw the most bad ass party to thank everyone who helped got us where we are today.

Sounds like a rad party to me. I’ll see you all there!

D-Structure 6 Year Anniversary Party
Saturday, October 20th
Public Works
161 Erie St. @ Mission

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