|February 2, 2018|
|Brick & Mortar Music Hall|
Come dress up and dance with Rabbit Quinn & her band, Felsen and Mickelson as they transform the Brick & Mortar Music Hall into the Prom you should have had! Whatever decade you wish you’d graduated in, now is your time to realize that fantasy!
They’ll be a naughty photo booth where you can take campy pics with your friends, a costume contest with a gift certificate to Good Vibrations for the winner, and scintillating burlesque performances Jesi Ringofire & Scarlet Conte.
Bands will be covering your nostalgic favorites from times gone by and Dj Huggaboot will inspire you to kick up your heels and dance cheek to cheek.
This is going to be a really fun show, so mark your calendars!
VIP tickets are available which include reserved seating, a goodie bag with special swag and tasty treats to enjoy during the show! We do have a limited amount of preferred seating and so these seats will sell out fast. Pick yours up asap! 🙂
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Friday, Feb 2nd, 2018
Brick & Mortar
San Francisco, CA
$12 ADV / $15 DOS / Age All Ages
$40 VIP Packages available with preferred seating, a goodie bag with special swag and tasty treats!
$75 VIP Date Night Packages available with a private cozy table for two next to the stage for you and your date and two goodie bags with special swag and tasty treats to enjoy during the show.
TICKETS HERE: https://goo.gl/CKqdtq
“Marvelously witty pop.” – East Bay Express
“Straight into my top 10 for the year.” – Americana-uk.com
“Felsen strives to ensure survival of rock ‘n’ roll.” – San Francisco Chronicle
“Grappling with heartbreak and inspired by soul, new orleans jazz, tango, choral and gospel music, piano rock storyteller rabbit quinn has made a sophomore album of passionate gothic fables.”
“Gorgeous melodies, literate lyrics, sumptuous piano passages and exquisite, often astonishing vocals combine to create drama and poignancy.” – San Jose Mercury News
“It’s American folk-Rock with a post punk edge, rustic but scarred.” – Alternative Press Magazine
“Mickelson keeps it exciting on his latest “Hail Marys,” showing off power pop tendencies similar to Big Star while staying true to folk music spirit” -SF Weekly