1410 is one of the busiest venues on the strip so I am sending out invites right now to get a guest list set up and reserve tables so you can get in.
Tables are usually reserved by the morning and guest list fills before the weekend. Get ready to hear an energetic blend of Top 40 Mashups, House/Electro, Old school and new school beats.
As a bonus: ladies receive champagne and chocolate covered strawberries from 8-10 on Saturday for Ladies Night.
Don't forget to message me for list or if you have twitter send me or the manager Joey Palmer a tweet and he will take care of you.
Adorable Creatures is hosted by the always adorable Zackarias Branzell and Ian Buckley continues to do comedy. Can you make a housewife fall in love in under 3 minutes?
[7 p.m., Brasarte, 1901 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley] Corazón del Barrio: The Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts open house offers free classes, music, dance, performances and refreshments. F.] Rhythmic Circus: The troupe — 11 artists who tap dance to big band, rock, blues and soul — appears in “Feet Don’t Fail Me Now.” [ p.m., Oshman Family JCC- Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto] Singles Valentines Ball: The Society of Single Professionals hosts the dance party, designed for “even happy single people” of all ages who “dread being alone on Valentine’s Day.” [8 p.m., Fairmont Hotel, Terrace Ballroom, 950 Mason St., S.
F.] James Graham Dance Theatre: The sixth annual Valentines weekend “Dance Lovers” pairs real-life couples, crushes, and comrades in an evening of duets. [8 p.m., Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 700 Howard St., S. F.] Yefim Bronfman: The pianist is guest performer in a San Francisco Symphony concert featuring Herbert Blomstedt conducting Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. F.] Cycle for Survival: The annual indoor team cycling event raises funds for rare cancer research studies and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering.
[6 to 10 p.m., Equinox Sports Club SF, 747 Market St., S. 11 Martial Spirit: The art show — new site-specific installations by Justin Hoover that “break down stereotypes about the mysticism” of kung fu prevalent in today’s culture — opens with a reception.
The rules for each game will be explained on the spot, so unlike watching other sporting matches, you'll actually know what's going on for once. Continue Reading Find out more » Show Starts: 22.00 Entry: €4 This week join the housewives on their search for the one.
This Friday and Saturday, January 27 & 28th 2012, I will be DJ'ing at 1410 World Bier Haus on 17th ave as the Rocswell boys are out of town!