20-Nov-2020 (Fri)
Wherein this Sunday is DNA Lounge's 35th Anniversary, and the Cocktail Robotics Grand Challenge!

DNA Lounge opened on November 22, 1985!

Our hope had been to tag each of this year's events as being part of a year-long anniversary celebration, and then to do something huge on the actual anniversary. But then the world had other plans.

Just about one year ago, on our 34th anniversary, I wrote a blog post about what I feel makes DNA Lounge unique, and worth saving. Go give it a read, it stands up!

Go ahead, I'll wait.

If after reading that you're feeling all nostalgic for what the world used to be like, and what DNA Lounge used to bring you, now would be a great time for you to contribute to our Patreon or make a one-time donation so that we can hibernate through the pandemic and still be there for you when you're allowed to see shows again.


Please join us on Sunday afternoon at 2PM for the Cocktail Robotics webcast! We had originally planned to do this seventh annual event in back in July, but obviously that couldn't happen. So instead, we recorded brand new in-depth interviews and demos of some of the finest cocktail-making robots from previous years! You're gonna love it. Join us in the live chat.

Even if you don't feel like watching a video about cocktail robots -- you monster -- I recommend you tune in at least for the first five minutes for a brief presentation from yours truly on the occasion of the DNA Lounge anniversary.

Here's what else we've got this weekend:


4 Responses:

  1. Peppermint Tesla says:

    Excited to see all of our bots! I hope to be there live!

  2. Dude says:

    Glad I bought a fistful of the "35" pins. I'll be wearing them as I watch all the above from my DNA sticker-adorned laptop (HDMI'd to my tv).

  3. Charles says:

    > Top pop musicians ... Metallica

    Excellent. I will celebrate (and donate)!

  4. Jeff Bell says:

    To protect the health and safety of the robots it is important that they maintain an air gap.

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