7/12 – Bastille Day Celebration @ SF’s #1 French Party Celebration Is Back @ Ruby Skye! – San Francisco



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Bastille Day

SF’s #1 FRENCH PARTY CELEBRATION IS BACK! BASTILLE DAY AT RUBY SKYE

"Bastille Day" commemorates the anniversary of the french revolution of 1789. For this occasion, Ruby Skye will transform itself into the city of Paris, France, including a 20ft replica or the Eiffel Tower which you have to see to believe it.

I will be playing with Pheeko Dubfunk and special celebrity guest Hubert Keller. Hubert is the owner of the famous Fleur de Lys restaurants and the Burger Bar; with appearances on national PBS series’s SECRETS OF A CHEF & Bravo’s Top Chef reality TV show. For the past six years I’ve brought you the most original and well-attended Bastille Day parties, this one will be the biggest celebration in San Francisco. Bastille Day is akin to a New Years celebration in its party spirit, so come down to Ruby Skye and party like the French do!

 
Ruby Skye
420 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA


Saturday, July 12th
from 10pm to 4am


Limited Free Guest list until 11pm; $10 until Midnight with RSVP!

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Slide
430 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA


Sunday, July 13th


NO COVER!

WHAT IS BASTILLE DAY?

Bastille Day is a National holiday in France. It is very much like Independence Day in the United States because it is a celebration of the beginning of a new form of government. At one time in France, kings and queens ruled. Many people were very angry with the decisions made by the kings and queens.

The Bastille was a prison in France that the kings and queens often used to lock up the people that did not agree with their decisions. To many, it was a symbol of all the bad things done by the kings and queens. So, on July 14, 1789, a large number of French citizens gathered together and stormed the Bastille.

Just as the people in the United States celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence as the beginning of the American Revolution, so the people in France celebrate the storming of the Bastille as the beginning of the French Revolution. Both Revolutions brought great changes. Kings and queens no longer rule. The people rule themselves and make their own decisions.



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