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So Stoked
Official How Weird After Party
Saturday, October 15
8pm - 3am.
d+b. house. trance. psytrance. techno. hardcore. hardstyle.
all ages.
$10, $15 limited advance;
$20 advance after;
$30 door;
$20 door with How Weird Street Faire ticket.
Main Room:

Tommie Sunshine
St. John


Selecta & Rayne

Above DNA:


Dazzle Room:

Forest Green
Michael Liu
Lawrence Pierce
Zach Tyler
The 23rd Annual How Weird Street Faire presents "Close Encounters Of The Weird Kind". The 23rd Annual How Weird Street Faire will take place on Saturday, October 15, 2022 from noon to 8 pm, in the heart of the downtown of San Francisco, centered at Howard and 2nd Streets. The streets of the Faire will once again be filled with colorful costumes and dancing. How Weird Street Faire's nine stages will feature world-class electronic music, played on some of the world's best sound systems. Cutting-edge artists from across the Bay Area and the world will provide an unforgettable dance experience. Come join us after at DNA Lounge with four stages of music and art filled with a wide range of talented performers from the Bay Area and far beyond!

At a time when headline "DJs" shamelessly play pre-programmed - even pre-recorded - sets and the masses mindlessly embrace the charade, Dieselboy - The Destroyer - stands out as a rare virtuoso of the art and craft of live DJing. His complex, high voltage, take-no-prisoners sets have created legions of loyal die-hard fans around the world. Arguably no other DJ mixes live - on four decks - with more precision, imagination, intensity, energy and finesse. An inspiration for generations of DJs, Dieselboy's longevity and relevance in a mercurial industry is a tribute to his relentless drive to create "amazing" experiences for his fans in their headphones and at his infamously explosive live shows.

Tastemaker to tastemakers and musical-icon, Tommie Sunshine is renowned for his reputation of being consistently ahead of the curve while still standing firmly in the zeitgeist. Set apart by his iconoclastic productions, he is regarded as one of today's most prolific remixers with well over 300 commissioned remixes to date including Katy Perry, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Donna Summer, Santana & Fall Out Boy, and his original production career spans collaborations with such diverse artists as Junkie XL, Deorro, Arthur Baker, Felix da Housecat, The Partysquad, Rebecca & Fiona, Midnight Magic, Glowinthedark, Peaches, Kid Sister, Bart B More, Shinichi Osawa, The Disco Fries, James Murphy, Live City and many more. Whether as a producer, DJ, artist, dance music historian or social media provocateur Tommie brings a unique enthusiasm to his craft; one that is fueled by his encyclopedic (if not obsessive) knowledge of underground and pop music spanning the last half-century.

Dedicated to spreading the sound of Cybertrance, Mars opened Frequency 8, America's first record store dedicated to the trance movement. From the success of Frequency 8, Mars would go on to create his own international record label and event organization of the same name. In 2000 Mars and Mystre released their bestselling two CD compilation album "Faith In 2000". The album included fifteen tracks by artists like Art Of Trance, DJ Tandu, and ATB. Mars & Mystre included several tracks that they produced together, such as Electric Blue, Save the Rave, Eye in the Sky, all released on 12 inch vinyl on their record label, Frequency 8.