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Thursday, December 16, 2010

The Triple Crown To Hold Big NYE Bash -- Then Close for Good

Posted By on Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 8:45 AM

The Triple Crown
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That's right folks, the Triple Crown -- that outpost of happy-hour treats, fake leather seats, DJ nights, and big chandeliers perched on the corner of Octavia and Market -- is closing.

But it's not departing without a bang -- or in this case, a boom-bap, an oonce-oonce, and a talking drum. See, Triple Crown's kicking the champagne bucket on New Years' Eve, so a pack of notable local DJs will be there to peel the black paint off the walls with fresh jams and make sure you remember the occasion. (Relatively speaking.) Only 300 people will get in, making this downright intimate compared to that other NYE party you were considering -- hell, you might even see someone you know!

The full lineup for the night is still being worked on, but here's the plan so far:

DJ M3 (Green Gorilla Lounge)

Afrolicious (Live)

Anthony Mansfield (Green Gorilla Lounge)

Eric Sharp (Rock It Science Laboratories)

Sleazemore (Lights Down Low)

Sammy D (Kontrol)

Nikola Baytala (Kontrol, SWAT)

Chris Smith (Om Records)

Shane King (Hacksaw Entertainment)

Solid Gold Decor by Micah Byrnes

Solid Gold Attire Encouraged

Tacos by Triple Crown

Champagne Toast at Midnight

We should also mention that tickets are a paltry $20, which is hella cheap for an NYE party, especially one marking the end of a local bar/club.

What are your plans for New Year's Eve? Tell us on Twitter @SFAllShookDown or hit us up at

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