AMERICAN TRIPPS PRESENTS
AMERICAN TRIPPS Halloween/Dia de los Muertos party w/ STILL FLYIN (as NEW ORDER!)
Honeymoon in Canada, with resident DJs Beauregard & Nutzeffekt, plus AMERICAN TRIPPS BERLIN-STYLE PING PONG PARTY
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102
This event is 21 and over
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STILL FLYIN (as NEW ORDER!)
This is the official American Tripps Halloween/Dia de los Muertos party! We’ll have Berlin-style ping pong on the main dance floor for most of the night, and DJ Malcolm on the decks most of the night, but we also decided to book some additional entertainment this time. And it is gonna be epic:
→ Still Flyin' (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Still_Flyin') performing as NEW ORDER
→ Honeymoon in Canada (debut show), the new group featuring Chex Otakan (SF karaoke legend) and Nick Pal (The Kablamies, Readyville)
→ DJ Beauregard
Plus we’ll have skeeball (courtesy of Joey the Cat) and foosball and mini-ping-pong up in the mezzanine, drink specials, and a COSTUME CONTEST.
San Francisco's Still Flyin' have been spreading the word of the almighty HAMMJAMM since 2004, demolishing minds, souls, and any notion of personal space with equal abandon. Combining the kinetic energy of 60's era rock steady with the catchy hooks and DIY aesthetic of today's best indie-pop, Still Flyin' are an event rarely paralleled in music. Still Flyin' make music about the things most important to their lives, like getting seriously high fives, jamming music, jamming brews, jamming pizza, and "following the itinerary."
Honeymoon in Canada
The debut show from Honeymoon in Canada, the new group featuring Chex Otakan (SF karaoke legend) and Nick Pal (The Kablamies, Readyville).
plus AMERICAN TRIPPS BERLIN-STYLE PING PONG PARTY
"I bought a ping-pong table on Craigslist and 30 paddles at Sports Basement, and I invited 150 of my closest friends. We had a fab time, and all I heard all night was, "Why isn't this a thing??? One of the great things about Berlin-style ping-pong is how social it is. You find yourself next to strangers in the circle, and you have this common sports drama to bond over. Somebody makes a wild shot, and you’re all cheering and exchanging critiques together. You recognize players of similar skill levels to your own, and you root for them. Pretty soon you're friends. That’s how it’s been at American Tripps. It’s a real scene. I’ve made at least two or three real friends there. Even better, I know of at least five romances that took off there. There have probably been countless hookups too, at least one of which happened during the party in the back room." --Allan, explaining how American Tripps got started, for the Bold Italic