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Apothecary Raree: SF’s Electroswing & Neovintage Cabaret & Dance Party

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Friday, November 6, 2020 - 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*This event is free to watch, but please support the Apothecary Raree and our home, DNA Lounge by giving a Ticket-sized donation, and a tip or two during the show!

DNA Lounge | 375 11th St., San Francisco, CA


Apothecary Raree is San Francisco’s Electroswing and Neovintage Cabaret and Dance Party.
Every first Friday of the month, come revel in the curative creative power of live electroswing and neovintage DJs, go-go dancers, and a cabaret featuring the best in burlesque and variety entertainment that the Bay Area and beyond has to offer, all streamed to you live from the virtual heart of DNA Lounge’s webcast!

Their next show, Apothecary Raree: Dark Roots, has a Gothic Americana twist!
It debuts on Friday, November 6th, from 7:30-10pm PST.
From 7:30-8pm, enjoy the electroswing and neovintage musical stylings of our resident Apothecarian DJ, accompanied by the Apothecary Raree go-go dancers.
From 8pm – 9pm PST, take in a cabaret featuring burlesque, belly dance, live music, diabolo, and even sword swallowing!
Swing into the evening from 9-10pm with more electroswing and neovintage beats by our resident Apothecarian DJ and the Apothecary go-go dancers!

Cures what ails ya!
A Jain Dowe Production.

Find out more at www.apothecaryraree.com

Facebook | Instagram | Twitter : @apothecaryraree

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Cost: FREE*
*This event is free to watch, but please support the Apothecary Raree and our home, DNA Lounge by giving a Ticket-sized donation, and a tip or two during the show!
Categories: *Top Pick*, Online, Theater & Performance
Venue: DNA Lounge
Address: 375 11th St., San Francisco, CA

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