This Friday July 29th, 2011 Public Works presents Mission United — the second installation of an 8 hour event celebrating our melting-pot neighborhood, San Francisco’s Mission district. Cherry-picking some of the best in music, performance, art, fashion and food. Mission United brings the sights and sounds of our favorite hood under one roof.
This time around, Mission United joins forces with Hard French to curate the main stage! In addition, it features the headlining talents of Hard French DJs, Afrolicious live with percussionists, Lights Down Low DJs, Tres Lingerie Live with James Anthony amongst many others. The event will begin with a pop-up Mission fashion boutique and installation featuring a bevy of neighborhood shops and designers. Dance, drink, shop and even nibble with food from Chile Lindo Empanadas, Good Food Catering, and Taza!
Mission United not only give you a great time, but its for a great cause. The event aims to raise money for some of our favorite Mission charities. This MU will raise funds for SFSmiles, and the Homeless Prenatal Program, and Dolores Street Community Services
“A party celebrating all things Mission”
- $5 admission between 8-10:30pm with Facebook Event RSVP.
- FREE food samples and drink specials between 8-10pm
- FREE Tequila tasters while they last and $2 shots
- DRINK SPECIALS: $3 special cocktail (till 11pm) and $3 beer (till midnight)
In the main room curated by HARD FRENCH:
- Hard French DJs (Carnita & Brown Amy)
- Afrolicious with live percussionists
- 2 Men Will Move You (Primo & Jordan)
- Tres Lingerie [Live PA]
- Qumbia Qrew playing Queer Qumbia!
In the OddJob Room:
- Lights Down Low DJ’s Sleazemore and Eli Glad
- Marco de la Vega (120 minutes)
- Jonah and Christa Larrama
Tasty Food Selections from:
- Chile Lindo Empanadas
- Good Food Catering
PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT MISSION NON-PROFITS:
- SFSmiles & the Homeless Prenantal Program
- Dolores Street Community Services
Mission United @ Public Works
Friday July 29th, 2011 | 8:00pm – 3:00am
Hosted by Mission Mission Blog
161 Erie Street, San Francisco, Ca
For more information:
www.hardfrench.com | www.publicsf.com