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27Sep
Sports Basement Presents 'Silent Disco At Sundown'
5:30 PM - 11:59 PM Sports Basement
Date: September 27, 2018 to September 27, 2018
Where: Sports Basement, 610 Old Mason Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94129
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Concerts & Music
Ticket Price: N/A
Join us on September 27th for our first Silent Disco at Sundown in the Presidio!  Enjoy sweeping views of Crissy Field and the Golden Gate Bridge from our intimate outdoor dance floor, all while raising money for the Parks Conservancy. Invite your friends and family to this one-of-a-kind experience - a headphone-only, two channel, all ages, kid-friendly sunset silent disco. Feel the rhythm in your feet on our funky dance station or chill out to our classic 90's R&B station courtesy of KXSF 102.5 FM, San Francisco Community Radio. Make this your most memorable leg day ever and then come inside to recharge and enjoy delicious treats from our generous sponsors. Don't forget to cool off with a crisp, cool drink from Fort Point. All in all, just get your butt moving and your arms waving because it's for charity! All net proceeds and concession donations will be donated to the Parks Conservancy.  Itinerary: Doors / Music Starts at 5:30pm Music Ends at 8:30pm Our delicious refreshments are donations from our generous sponsors: What is a silent disco? A silent disco is a dance party people listen to music on wireless headphones. Those without the headphones hear no music, giving the effect of crowd full of people dancing to silence. It's a trippy sight! We provide the tunes & headphones, you bring your bodies.   About the Parks Conservancy Muir Woods. Crissy Field. Alcatraz. The Marin Headlands. Stinson Beach. Lands End. The Presidio. And 30 more beloved national park sites north and south of the Golden Gate. Only one non-profit organization supports them all. The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. Since 1981, partnering with the National Park Service and Presidio Trust, the Conservancy has provided over $500 million in support to the Golden Gate National Parks, rallied more than 250,000 volunteers, and pioneered innovative park stewardship and education programs. Explore our diverse array of programs and projects in support of the parks—and then learn