• Fri, Jun 27th •
  • 9pm

Big Gay Birthday 2014


A Bold Italic Event

444 Jessie San Francisco CA 94103
444 Jessie San Francisco CA 94103
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Celebrate SF's 238th on the eve of SF Pride 2014!

DJ set by JD Samson (MEN, Le Tigre)

Performance by Double Duchess

Drag Performances by Honey Mahogany, Peaches Christ 

DJ Rapid Fire

Lip Sync Contest - Grand Prize is a trip for 2 from any of Hawaiian Airlines 11 North America gateway cities to Auckland, New Zealand, perfect for visiting the Auckland Pride Festival on Feb. 22, 2015. To enter, post a video of yourself lip sync'ing one of your favorite jams on Instagram with the hashtag #biggaybirthday by 6/23. Our favorites will get to perform on stage, for our judges, Peaches Christ and Honey Mahogany for a chance to win!

Plus Featured Cocktails, and Birthday Cake from Pretty Please Bakeshop!

A Flying Camera Photo booth

El Tonayense food truck

General Admission $20

(the first 300 attendees will receive a complimentary drink featuring Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey or Southern Comfort)

Group Tickets $80 (5 for the price of 4)

VIP Tickets $50 (includes free drinks all night, access to VIP Lounge, and a gift bag of Lelo goodies worth over $200)

Lyft is the ridesharing partner of Big Gay Birthday - and that means FREE rides for you! Lyft is offering all new passengers a free ride up to $30, so you can celebrate the night away and have a safe ride when you need one!



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