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Nerd Nite: Geeky Lectures in a Rock Club | Rickshaw Stop

Every third Wednesday of the month

nerd_nite_sf_beerWhat happens when geeks take over a rock club for an evening of drinking and presentations? Find out at Nerd Nite, a monthly lecture-in-a-bar series.

They get smart and interesting people, give them lots of free drinks, and put them on stage in front of a couple hundred tipsy nerds. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes it’s salacious, and it’s always nerdy.

Nerd Nite
Every third Wednesday | Doors at 7 pm; Show at 8 pm
Rickshaw Stop | 155 Fell Street, San Francisco
$8 | All Ages

Wanna geek out in the East Bay? Check out Nerd Nite East Bay on the last Monday of every month.

How about getting nerdy in Silicon Valley? Nerd Nite Silicon Valley is on every first Monday of the month.

Wednesday, May 15

Nerd Nite: Geeky Lectures in a Rock Club | Rickshaw Stop
Wednesday, May 15 – 7:00 pm | Cost: $8 | Rickshaw Stop
Nerd Nite: Geeky Lectures in a Rock Club | Rickshaw Stop

What happens when geeks take over a rock club for an evening of drinking and presentations? Find out at Nerd Nite, a monthly lecture-in-a-bar series. They get smart and interesting people, give them lots of free drinks, and put them on stage in front of a couple ...Monthly

Wednesday, June 19

Nerd Nite: Geeky Lectures in a Rock Club | Rickshaw Stop
Wednesday, June 19 – 7:00 pm | Cost: $8 | Rickshaw Stop
Nerd Nite: Geeky Lectures in a Rock Club | Rickshaw Stop

What happens when geeks take over a rock club for an evening of drinking and presentations? Find out at Nerd Nite, a monthly lecture-in-a-bar series. They get smart and interesting people, give them lots of free drinks, and put them on stage in front of a couple ...Monthly


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This event is scheduled every third Wednesday of the month:
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