New Wave City
The First & Foremost 80s Dance Party
“The Cure Night”
Saturday, July 18, 2015
The Cure were formed in Crawley, West Sussex, England in 1976 and have gone through many line-up changes, with Robert Smith being the only constant member. The band released their debut single "Killing an Arab" in December 1978 (the song is actually based on French existentialist Albert Camus's novel The Stranger), and their debut album, Three Imaginary Boys, in May 1979 (repackaged with a different track list and released in America as Boys Don't Cry in February 1980). The band's second single, "Boys Don't Cry", was released in June (and amazingly it did not chart in the UK but only in Australia and New Zealand). All told The Cure have released thirteen studio albums, ten EPs and over thirty singles during their career.
The Front Room:
Dance to New Wave music & videos all night
with guest DJ Andy T, and the SF debut of DJ mit Schuss
The Back Room:
Featuring a salute to the Cure and the rest of the best of New Wave in music & videos with DJ Shindog and Cure fanatic guest DJ Moonshine
1190 Folsom Street @ 8th, San Francisco
2 DANCE ROOMS - 2 FULL BARS
Plus a go-go cage, state of the art lights, sound, video projection in
both rooms, along with nightly drink specials
21+ with valid ID
$7 before 10pm / $12 after
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