Free Pier 70 Movie Night: Hitchcock’s “Vertigo” & Burning Man Pre-Party | SF
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Pier 70 | 555 20th Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Pier 70 continues their free summer movie series with Funcheap with a mix of the classic and the futuristic in the same night.
FREE – RSVP on Facebook
Start the evening with a Burning Man dance party with The Space Cowboys futuristic mobile dance party vehicle. Then, end the night with a screening of the 1958 Hitchcock classic “Vertigo” filmed right here in SF. The movie is projected on a huge recycled old billboard (12×24) custom made just for Pier 70’s movie nights.
Other fun stuff on the night:
- Arrive early for Hitchcock & Vertigo trivia and win prizes
- Rare free guided tours of this historic shipyard (starting at 8:15pm)
- Food trucks The Slider Shack and Rodriquez Tacos serving up tasty grub
- Dog & Bike Friendly
- Movie Drink specials – $6 Acrophobia (Kettle One & Cranberry), $4 Hitchcock Brews and $4 wine.
- Free Car Parking
The screening starts at 9 pm, but come early for the best seating. Make sure to bring anything for optimal movie-viewing comfort including blankets, chairs, and snacks. Unfortunately, no outside drinks (or flasks) are allowed, but we’ve got a full bar on site with drink specials.
Pier 70 Partners & Funcheap Free Movie Night
Friday, July 25, 2014
– Happy Hour & DJs | 4-8 pm
– Vertigo Screening at 9 pm
Pier 70, 420 22nd Street at Illinois, SF
FREE – RSVP
Burning Man Outdoor Dance Party | 4 to 8 pm
Starting at 4 pm, Burning Man DJ collective The Space Cowboys will be on the decks with their Unimog Mobile Dance Party Vehicle making a special summer appearance outside this massive warehouse. There will be food trucks and a bar on site slingin’ happy hour drink specials (4-7p) like $5 Jameson shots and $3 Hitchcock Brew.
About the venue: The historic Pier 70 has been around since the Gold Rush era and was once the site for shipbuilding, mining supplies, iron and steel mills, and other industrial works. Come and explore this piece of history.
Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.