+Special Guests DEAP VALLY
& POPSCENE DJs Aaron Axelsen & DJ Omar
General Admission includes HOSTED Russian Standard Vodka bar from 9-10pm (while supplies last)
VIP tickets include preferred entry, exclusive access to our upstairs VIP area, HOSTED PREMIUM BAR from 9-11pm, champagne toast, small bites, & party favors!
Bottle service is available! All bottle service reservations receive a COMPLIMENTARY bottle of champagne at midnight! To reserve, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Life is beautiful. The world is cruel. Music still matters. Metric have wrestled with these truths for 15 years. Now seven LPs into an inspiring career that’s seen them collaborate with legends like Lou Reed, perform with the Rolling Stones, entertain the Queen of England, become the first band in history to score their first Top 20 commercial radio hit in the U.S. without the backing of an outside label, win a plethora of awards including Junos for Album of the Year and Artist of the Year, release an interactive app directly to fans, and set up an esoteric toll-free number for their dedicated listeners to navigate the past and future of their music, Metric have their creative process on lock. Their most recent album, Pagans in Vegas, continues this journey for the Toronto based band that’s responsible for some of the most inconic indie synth rock of the last two decades.
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“Deap Vally’s fiery take on rock – which hoovers up bits from blues, metal, punk and any other genres that might sufficiently do their bidding – has slashed its own path since guitarist-vocalist Lindsey Troy and drummer-vocalist Julie Edwards first teamed up in 2011. On their new album Femejism, the band take their sound to new places, stripping it down and building it back up even bigger while retaining their sly sense of humor and larger-than-life braggadocio.”
December 31st, 2017 | 21+ | 9PM
MEZZANINE | 444 JESSIE ST, SAN FRANCSICO