2014 Best of the Bay:
"Best Dance Party"

2013 Best of the Bay:
"Best Dance Party"

2013 Best of SF:
"Best Event Producers"

2012 Best of the Bay:
"Best Dance Party"

2012 Best of SF:
"Best Event Producers"

2011 Best of the Bay:
"Best Dance Party"

2011 Best of SF:
"Best Club Night"

2010 Best of SF:
"Best Club Night"

2009 Best of SF:
"Best Club Night"
& "Best DJs"

2008 Best of the Bay:
"Best Party Producers"

2007 Best of the Bay:
"Best Club Night"

2006 Best of the Bay:
"Best Club Night"
Saturday, November 10
9pm - after hours.
mashups.
21+.
$12 advance;
$8 < 10:30pm;
$12 after.
Main Room:

Direct from Paris, superstar DJs:
Loo and Placido
A Plus D (Bootie)
Party Ben (Bootie)
Dada (Bootie)
Performing live at 11pm:
Smash-Up Derby Featuring: MC Jelly Donut

Lounge:

Atom
KidHack (Electropolis)

Midnight mashup show by:

Monistat

Free mash-up CDs to the first 75 people through the door!
Launched in 2003, Bootie was the first club night in the United States dedicated solely to the burgeoning artform of the bootleg mashup - and is now the biggest mashup event in the world. Mixing and matching every conceivable musical genre, era, and style into one big dance party where everyone feels welcome, Bootie provides the soundtrack for the A.D.D. generation - with free mashup CDs given away like candy!

Resident DJs Adrian, the Mysterious D, and Party Ben keep your brain guessing and your feet dancing with creative song combinations, while live house band Smash-Up Derby rocks the house every month at 11 PM. Guest mashup DJs from around the world are featured, while the infamous midnight mashup show showcases popular local drag and burlesque performers. Bootie... because one song at a time just isn't enough.

This month, Bootie is proud to present French superstar DJs Loo and Placido, in their first American appearance! This duo are two of France's most popular DJs, with a weekly national radio show, and remix work for several French and European artists. Also appearing this month is local rapper MC Jelly Donut (infamous for his public feud with Lady Sovereign) who will be joining house band Smash-Up Derby for couple live mashups. And upstairs, it's bootleg remixes from Connecticutt's Atom and SF's very own KidHack.

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