Where to party on New Year's Eve - Page 2

Kiss off 2012 at these festive wing dings

Cuuute for 2k13: Rich Medina heats up The People NYE Ball in Oakland

Futuropolis Broken bass and acid crunk galore! Soooo many DJs and performance at this one — standouts include an-ten-nae, the Polish Ambassador, Star Slinger, Holy Other, Mykki Blanco, Blackbird Blackbird. Twelve hours of music, goes until 9am when we look prettiest.

9pm-veeeery late, $50 advance. 1015 Folsom, SF. www.1015.com

Honey Sunset NYE Two of our biggest and best house parties team up once again to blaze. Co-headliner Manik is an expert at blending guitar pop into electronic sets that soar, while featured duo Still Going, one of my personal faves, keeps the dancefloor rolling into the wee hours with good ol' fashioned massive vibes. There will also be SF-flavored personality galore.

9pm-late, $15–$30. Public Works, 161 Erie, SF. www.publicsf.com

Lucky 13: Lexington Club NYE Bash Another rad dyke-a-palooza from the great folks at the Lex. DJ Jenna Riot stokes the lesbinsanity. Hottt girls and bois everywhere. Cans of Sophia Coppola Champagne only six bucks!

9pm, free. Lexington Club, 3464 19th St., SF. www.lexingtonclub.com

M.O.M. NYE Pretty much the nation's most successful and cute Motown night, Motown on Mondays, is getting supreme with this wonder-ful party. "We're gonna party like it's 1959!"

8pm, $20. Madrone, 500 Divisadero, SF. www.momsf.com

NYE at THENWBLK Drag goddess Juanita More showers her party fabulosity down upon this new and fantastic showplace space in the Mission that feels like an underground rave hole. Blaksheep, comprised of DJs Ken Vulsion and Derek Bobus, supply the techno-ey tunes, while Voodoo Van provides the eats.

9pm-late, $45–$65. THENWBLK, 1999 Bryant, SF. nyenwblk.eventbrite.com

The People Can we all just move to Oakland and have the People throw parties all the time? That old-time house magic is alive and well at People parties, full of art, wonder, and a whole lot of "woo!"s from the dancefloor. Revered poet and decks master Rich Medina is in from Philly to set the new year off right.

9pm-late, $10–$20. New Parish, 579 18th St., Oakl. www.thenewparish.com



Who's that, the last young black man left in San Francisco, abandoned by the nonprofits of both the enviro and poverty tribes alike and on his own?

Clearly, the enviros saw the opportunity for transit oriented development in the place where he was living, and his bourgeois bicycling clothing alienated the poverty tribe, so in San Francisco politics, he was SOL.

More Cristal!

Posted by marcos on Dec. 28, 2012 @ 10:46 am

Playing the People NYE Ball in Oakland.

Posted by admin on Dec. 28, 2012 @ 11:01 am

Big Love to Markie B for the mention for the NYE Extravaganza Ball here at Monarch. FYI to everyone out there. Our first 2 tiers of tickets have been sold and we are on our final release. We would love to see you here with us for the BALL or New Years Day Morning for the No Way Back Morning Disco. All details are on our home page: www.monarchsf.com

<3 IN 2013!

Posted by Monarch on Dec. 28, 2012 @ 6:04 pm

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Thanks for sharing it...

Posted by New Years Eve Events San Francisco on Feb. 01, 2013 @ 5:40 am

Thanks for sharing the list of New Year parties, which is going to take, place this New Year evening. Most of them listed here are affordable and is being organized by reputed organizers. It was really helpful and thanks a lot for sharing it.

Posted by more here on Oct. 28, 2013 @ 1:30 am

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