TICKET PRICES INCREASE MONDAY [12/27/2010] AT 8 PM!!
SF NYE BALL 2011
@ SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL
3 Rooms of Sound | Massive Midnight Balloon Drop | Champagne Toast | Hors D’Oeurves |
General Open Bar [House Liquor Only] 8 – 9 pm
[not to be confused with the Premium Open Bar Ticket]
HOUSE | HIP-HOP | MASHUPS & TOP 40 |
SALSA & LATIN GROOVES | INTERNATIONAL | BRAZILIAN
COLETTE : MR. V : FRED EVERYTHING : BRIAN SALAZAR
ZHALDEE : CHRIS CLOUSE [Special Midnight Performance] : URFRIENDS [Miles Medina & Panic City DJs]
BOSCO VEGA : SANTERO : DJ LUCAS
PREMIUM OPEN BAR TICKETS INCLUDE COMPLIMENTARY TOP SHELF LIQUOR ALL NIGHT
Special performance by the Ladies of Desired Temptations [Rotunda]!!
Special performance by the King & and Queen of Carnaval [South Light Court]!!
PHOTOS OF SAN FRANCISCO CITY HALL
DJ Colette is one of the first DJs to add her vocals to the record she spins, inspiring a new category of performance in the electronic world. As countless others begin to sing and spin, many can still not compare to the vocal/turntable sessions Colette delivers. How many singing DJs combine up-close observation of the legendary Derrick Carter and Mark Farina dating back to Chicago in the late Eighties with formal operatic training from the ages of nine to eighteen? Probably not many. In fact, there may not be any DJ today who can match the impressive pedigree of former music teacher turned mix-master DJ Colette.
Experiencing Mr. V’s DJ sets, original productions, or remixes is like taking a trip back in time to dance music’s golden age. Before superstar DJs took over the spotlight, dance music was a cultural phenomenon that did what no other form of music could do – bring people together. It didn’t matter what race or sexual orientation you came from because dance music was all about embracing our differences and creating a homogeneous vibe. The music was built heavily on traditional song structures and lots of heart and soul. DJs played whatever it took to get the party going and the music was never predictable. It is with this classic spirit and enthusiasm that New York City’s Mr. V targets today’s dance music world. Mr. V is a throwback in the purest sense.
Fred Everything is a key player in the world of House Music and with 12 years in the music business and over 100 productions to his credit, he shows no signs of stopping. Born in Hull and raised in Quebec City, Fred got the early bug for electronic music in High School. He formed a few bands while spending his weekends as one of the youngest in local nightclubs. In the early 90s, he started playing live in raves and clubs in Canada. He was then known as “Everything,” because his live sets could range anywhere from techno to house, ambient and even drum and bass. He even got to open up for a then up and coming, Sasha. Tired of carrying his equipment around, mainly a TR909 and a SH101, he started DJ’ng and changed his name to Fred Everything. A move to the big city of Montreal was the next obvious thing, and it wasn’t too long after that Fred found himself releasing records on some of his favorite labels and catching the attention of DJ’s and producers worldwide.
2×4 Dj Set By:
Chris Clouse & Zhaldee
(Miles Medina & Panic City)