Bass Cabaret: Bonnie & Clyde's Valentine
Friday, February 6, 2015 at 10:00 PM
San Francisco, CA
Join us on February 6th for the 3rd annual Bonnie & Clyde themed variety show and music event with burlesque acts, roving performing artists, interactive areas, and a community of costumed guests. Prepare to participate in our alluring adult version of dress-up, enjoying the journey as all of your senses are taken back to the 1930s Prohibition era...
Bass Cabaret is an amazing mash-up of costumes, interactive exhibits, circus arts, performances and electronic dance music. - Examiner
What is Bass Cabaret?
Bass Cabaret is a theme party and cabaret show, combining burlesque and other circus arts with top DJs spinning earth-quaking, booty-shaking bass music in a conscious environment of friendly fun people. Rooted in both bass music culture and San Francisco's vibrant performing arts scene, Bass Cabaret is a unique dance party experience bringing you interactive activities that encourage participation. More than just a party, Bass Cabaret supports the ideals of Burning Man, rave culture, sex positivity, and women's empowerment.
What's the music like?
We define bass music in loose terms. Our taste is on the sexy side of future bass, UK bass, dubstep, deep house, drum n bass, breaks, mid-tempo, bassline... you get the idea. We provide a well-thought-out lineup of artists that enjoy playing to the crowd and are fun and sexy to watch. Many of these artists are producers and musicians in addition to DJs and they appreciate the full spectrum of Bass Cabaret as an engaging party experience for you. We appreciate perfectly-engineered sound that feels right at a party this size, and features crisp defined highs, tailored mids and thumping lows that you can groove to. Just be sure to put your dancing shoes on and get ready for a booming good time!
Whether you're into dubstep, trap, glitch or any other soundsystem-rich music -- or if you're more into the titillating and visually inviting elements of the circus arts -- Bass Cabaret provides all of the above in one, big 19th-century-inspired costume party. - DJZ.com
Do I need a paper ticket?
No paper ticket is required, just the name on your reservation and your photo ID. This is a 21+ event and valid ID is required for all.
What is your refund policy?
We do not offer refunds, however you may change the name on your ticket so that a friend can use it by following these instructions prior to the event.
Read our full FAQ here.
You may wish to RSVP on facebook and invite your partners in crime.
"Party Girl" Pearl has arrived in the SF Bay Area, harvested from a virgin oyster where she had been cultured since the early 1910's. She began throwing elaborate costume parties in the 1920's on land, and by the early 2000's had become a part of the emerging electronic dance music scene. Today, Pearl blends these worlds with traditional circus arts and variety shows and creates immersive experiences for party-goers while supporting causes like women’s empowerment and ending domestic abuse.
Pearl has been attending Burning Man for several years, has driven across the United States four times, and is always up for an adventure -– like skiing on the Italian Alps, or taking an impromptu trip to Montreal, Canada in the dead of winter. She loves peacock feathers, the color white and, of course, pearls.
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