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David Harness

David Harness

Sep 8th 2018 @ Starline Social Club

Oakland, CA
Sep
08
Details coming
Saturday, September 8th, 2018
2:00 PM
Starline Social Club
2236 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Oakland, CA 94612
10 RSVPs
Impulse SF & Swagger Like Us kick off Oakland Pride weekend with an incredible day party at Starline Social Club featuring free drinks curtesy of Impulse SF, DJs David Harness, Jibbz, Top Ramen, advocacy booths, food + more. September 8, 2018 Starline Social Club, 2236 Martin Luther King Jr. Way 2p-7p, First 100 RSVP on Eventbrite are free! 21 + DJs David Harness [soundcloud.com/house-of-harness] JiBBZ [soundcloud.com/djjibbz] Power Top Ramen [soundcloud.com/mahawam] Live Performance Vogue & Tone Free Drinks curtesy of Impulse SF, GoGos, Advocacy Booths, Food + More This event is not wheelchair accessible. Please feel free to reach out to info@swaggersf.com if you have any additional questions or concerns about accessibility. Impulse SF is equipping our collective community with factual and relevant information about HIV/STI prevalence relating to their personal health. We are committed to building a camaraderie to reduce social stigmas within our community and to empower our members to practice mindful health and lifestyle choices while being positive role models. http://impulsesf.org Swagger Like Us is a queer hip-hop and club music influenced dance party that features emerging QTPOC artists. Curator Kelly Lovemonster and producer/DJ davOmakesbeats started the event as a way to provide emerging queer artists, DJs and dancers from all over the country a platform to showcase their talents. The vibe of the parties feel like family, refreshing high energy and an esthetic that is fashion forward, sleek, cool with its finger on the pulse of underground queer club circles. This can be seen reflected in their guest talent, resident DJs and hosts. They saw a void in SF with the types of music, fashion and queer representation they wanted to see, and the Bay Area community responded by showing up in droves.