180 Capp Street (3rd Floor)
San Francisco, California 94110

Summer is around the corner, and all we want to do is dance. No performances, but straight music all night long.

The only party in SF that brings you the best API DJs, social justice movers and our community together.

Join Locus as we welcome those warm nights with endless music, beautiful people and good times.


Spinning your favorite soul, hip hop & dancehall sounds all nite:

Patrick Huang aka DJ Phatrick has been involved with the Bay Area hip hop community since he first moved to Berkeley from Houston, TX, in 2000, to pursue a degree in Ethnic Studies University of California, Berkeley. Organizing through the student group, UC Berkeley Students for Hip Hop, Patrick initiated the first ever campus hip hop outreach program where college students used the positive aspects of the culture hip hop to educate and inform community youth in the East Bay about social justice and higher education. Also through Students for Hip Hop, Patrick collaborated, organized, and promoted numerous community hip hop events including the yearly free hip hop festival Hip Hop in the Park, and the hugely successful Revolution 2004: Education Not Incarceration concert featuring Dead Prez. Hip hop educator and community organizer by day, the night transforms Patrick into Phatrick, a professional dj who spins anything funky and soulful, from Al Green to Zion I and has graced the stage with such acts as De La Soul and DJ Premier. With partner DJ Treat U Nice, and MC DoD.A.T. of The Attik, Phatrick comprises one-third of TricknTreat Productions, a crew dedicated to bringing back the fun of old skool park jams to the Oakland nightlife. When not rocking the dancefloor, Phatrick helps rock crowds as the official dj for Native Guns (http://www.nativeguns.com), comprised of MCs KIWI and BAMBU.

DJ Soupakrunk is an “Artist for Hire”. He has been a professional bedroom DJ since the late 90’s and somehow has made it into the public’s ears. You can find him spinning a unique blend of feel good hip-hop, soul and reggae thru out the Bay Area representing The Entourage Entertainment Crew. Aside from selecting tunes to make you groove, Greg is also an up and coming actor / fight choreographer. You can find him in such films as “Up the Hill”, “Gun-Powder” and “The Long Walk” to name a few. He is also a resident artist at Bindlestiff Studio and is most recognized for his work with the “Overseas Artist Collective”. For booking and more info, visit Greg Manalo (http://www.gregmanalo.com).


Making a special guest DJ appearance:

West coast hip hop artist, KIWI, recognized as one of hip hop's emerging artists, engages audiences and fellow DJs alike with his raw, creative energy. His work earned him recognition in in the documentary film 'Beats, Rhymes, & Resistance: Pilipinos and Hip Hop in L.A.,' the first film of its kind to document the phenomenon of Filipinos in hip hop.

Kiwi is a regular in the L.A spoken word/hip hop scene and has performed at numerous clubs, events, and showcases all over California. His work is distinguished by the influence of community activism in his music and he also helped start Balagtasan Collective, a group of Filipino artists who organize cultural events and workshops to raise community awareness and catalyze social change. Don't miss this rare chance to see Kiwi spin...

SPACE180 - 180 Capp Street, 3rd Floor (@17th Street), San Francisco

Admission: $3-5 sliding scale

Official Website: http://locusarts.org/calendar.html?date=25%2B7%2B2006

Added by glenda on August 12, 2006

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