Thanks for patiently waiting for the May Edition of TechkaraokeSF. We
know you missed all the shenanigans so we are teaming up with Bing this
time around to give you an epic event you don’t want to miss!
This time we are headed to Jillians which is conveniently located across the street from Moscone West Convention Center for all you Web 2.0 attendees out there! As rocking out on the mic requires a lot of energy,
Bing is providing free drinks and free food to keep our singing energy up (Thanks Bing!!! ). BING will also have some gifts for all our TechKaraokeSF rockers which will definitely help get everyone in the karaoke spirit!
An epic event is not complete with an even more epic(er?) KJ and we’ve got ROGERNINER helping us to ensure we have an awesome night of singing, dancing, and all around good times! Be sure to check out his website to see what songs he has recently added to his ever growing collection of Karaoke songs. You can view his songbook here: http://www.joshuagonzales.com/Ro9er/songbook.html.
Once you’ve picked out a song, you better bring it! We will have a karaoke competition in the works to take place from 8PM to 9PM. (*More details about this coming soon!)
Please be sure to bring some extra cash so you can tip RogerNiner for his KJ skills!!!
So brush up on your Pat Benatar or maybe bust out that Lady Gaga outfit you wanted to break in and join us at TKSF May Edition!!
Free drinks, free food, a karaoke competition (from 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. vote via Twitter) and swag (glowsticks and shutter shades)
Tuesday, May 4, 2010 -- 6:30-9:30pm
101 4th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
RSVP for this event is required. Please register via Eventbrite at http://techkaraoke.eventbrite.com
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