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Feb 1

Bonnie & Clyde’s Wild Romance 2015 ft. Laura Low – Event Recap

On Friday, January 30 in San Francisco, Bass Cabaret: Bonnie and Clyde’s Wild Romance, the third-annual Bonnie Parker & Clyde Barrow inspired party produced by Party Girl Pearl, was a good ol’ stampede of fun at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco. This eighth installment of Bass Cabaret featured Laura Low of LowRIDERz plus returning favorite Jillian Ann bumping low-frequency, sexy bass music for an upscale bay area crowd. Performing artists included pole acrobats, burlesque artists, aerialists, stilt walkers, and modern Read Post ›

Nov 24

the Queen of Pearl’s Mad Tea Party 2014 ft. Jillian Ann & RITUAL fashion – Event Recap

On November 22 in San Francisco, Bass Cabaret: the Queen of Pearls’ Mad Tea Party came to life, based on the classic Lewis Carroll novels “Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass.”  This interactive show and theme party boasted burlesque acts portraying favorite characters from the novels such as the Cheshire Cat and the Jabberwocky as well as some new ones including the Queen of Spades and the Queen of Pearls herself (played by Party Girl Pearl). This seventh Read Post ›

Feb 17

Bonnie & Clyde’s Valentine 2014 ft. Lafa Taylor, VibeSquaD – Event Recap

At the intersection of SOMA, the Mission and Potrero Hill lies “Best of the Bay” winning dance club, Mighty. It is within these walls that we hosted our second installment of the wild 1930’s theme party on Feb. 15, 2014 with live vocal performances by Lafa Taylor, heavy bass beats by VibeSquaD, and a fun glitch set by ♥ Jocelyn. We were able to feature 2 rooms of music for the entire course of the evening, so there were different Read Post ›

Nov 24

Bass Cabaret: A Titanic Experience 2013 ft. Stephan Jacobs – Event Recap

Nov. 23, 2013 The winner of the Titanic costume contest was Venus Starr (top photo). We extend praise to all the contestants for their creativity in interpreting the Titanic theme. Bass Cabaret: A Titanic Experience | The Celebration of Electronic Dance Music and Performance Art Saturday, November 23rd 2013Burlesque – Bass Music – Aerialists – Hoops – Belly Dancing – First Class Elegance – Costume Contest – Popcorn – Sailors – Happy, Smiling Faces Imagine an underworld where post-Edwardian Read Post ›

May 12

Bass Cabaret: French Kiss 2013 ft. Ana Sia – Event Recap

May 11, 2013 ft. Ana Sia Oh, la la! Booties in the Costume Contest Our French Kiss show, inspired by Moulin Rouge, featured some wonderful costumes from performers and guests alike. Female winner was Hilary Roberts. Male winner was (unknown).

Feb 18

Bass Cabaret: Bonnie & Clyde 2013 ft. Antiserum – Event Recap

Bass Cabaret: Bonnie & Clyde ft. ANTISERUM + Irie Cartel + Burlesque took place on Sat. February 16, 2013 and boy was it the bee’s knees! These Dapper Darlings Crowds showed up in 20’s and 30’s prohibition era costumes, sideshow, circus, bohemian, and Burner-inspired couture. I have to say this is one of the sexiest crowds I have ever seen and the costume contest would have been hard for me to judge, so I’m glad it wasn’t my decision! As Read Post ›

Sep 30

Bass Cabaret: Post-Playa Party 2012 ft. MihKal – Event Recap

Sept. 29, 2012 ft MihKal   Check the facebook photo gallery for more pictures of the event. Rachman & Amy are proud to present Bass Cabaret: Post-Playa Party, the follow up to the much-acclaimed Bass Cabaret held in May. Dust off your playa clothes and put on your dapper best for captivating live performances, seductive bass lines, and warm welcoming smiles. —– Details, Details —– WHAT: Bass, Burlesque, Party Favors, Popcorn, More… TICKETS: $8-$10   — Costumes Encouraged — Read Post ›

May 29

Bass Cabaret 2012 ft. Irie Cartel DJs – Event Recap

Dubstep, burlesque, klowns… oh my. Last Saturday — May 26 2012 — Rachman & Amy proudly presented Bass Cabaret: Dubstep? Burlesque? Klowns? Yes! This one served to stimulate all of our senses… auditory, visual, and tactile alike. It featured music by Irie Cartel (Ritual Dubstep) and live dance performances, plus a sensation station that was both teasing and pleasing. Who said bass couldn’t be sexy? Guests dressed in casually chic 1920’s and 1930’s prohibition era getups – check the Facebook Read Post ›