Brides of March
Bar Opens at 2pm
Join us for the 19th Annual Brides of March:
Grab a wedding dress and join the Brides as we parade through the heart of San Francisco, strolling through Union Square, shopping at fancy stores and drinking in local bars. All you need for this event is a white wedding dress, the more elaborate, the better. Check your local thrift store for suitable attire.
2:30 pm meeting place: Bar Fluxus, 18 Harlan Place, San Francisco.
WEAR A DRESS! Its the Brides of March, not the Grooms of March. If you are a photographer, WEAR A DRESS.
We’ll have a few rounds of drinks at the bars and wait for late arrivals. By 3:30 PM we’ll be suitably liquored up for a stroll around town, with stops at our favorite Formal Wear store, and diamond importer. From there, we’ll continue on Grant and turn onto Maiden Lane, Stopping for a photo op at the gates of Maiden Lane. Then we’ll race across the street to Union Square and gather around our edifice of desire, the monolith of John Dong Long. From there, we’ll proceed across the street to an exclusive department store for a fresh application of lipstick and makeup from the counter samples.
HellaFunny Downtown Comedy Night
every Saturday at Bar Fluxus
If laughter is the best medicine, well comedians must be the best doctors! Come out to Downtown Comedy night to see a mix of San Francisco's best comedians! Comedians on this showcase have been seen at the SF Sketchfest, Punchline, Cobbs, Viceland, NBC, ABC and many many more. Come see why SF is one of the worlds most prestigious comedy cities. Hosted by Stroy Moyd (NBC, ABC, Viceland) and the #HellaFunny Crew.
#HellaFunny Entertainment is a comedy production company founded by Stroy Moyd in 2010. #HellaFunny's mission is to continue to bring the best comedians to the Bay Arear. Other venue showcase hosts include Cobbs (SF), Folsom Street Foundry (SF), Algorithm coffee (Berkeley), and many more.
Free with RSVP using code "hellafunny"
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