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Friday, September 20, 2013

Twerking Contest Tonight: Shake Your Stuff and Win Big Cash

Posted By on Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 1:26 PM


Just in case you are a little short on rent, and mom and dad are done with you for real this time, here's a last-minute chance for you to earn some quick cash before the month is up.

An amused resident came across this flyer for a legit twerking contest tonight at 1015 Folsom, and we normally wouldn't care except that we know it's hard to make ends meet out there and the winner of this shake fest will score $250.

click to enlarge AMY YARBROUGH
  • Amy Yarbrough

According to the club's Facebook Page:

Isn't it kind of disappointing that Jimmy Kimmel fooled us all with that Twerk video shit? I think it's because we want to watch people, on fire, shake their ass. Well on Friday, 9/20/13 at 1015 Folsom you might get to experience the next best thing. Kool Keith, the godfather of sex rap is joined by TWRK, the biggest and most talented booty bass production team in the world.... on their first tour. 1015 and Trap City worked hard to bring you a lineup that's diverse, so the heads that would rather groove to a different beat can catch superstar UK garage stars MOSCA + T.WILLIAMS in the hosted Soundpieces room. But wait, there's more! Lightyear, nu-disco and house prodigy, returns to San Francisco with the Lights Down Low Djs Richie Panic and Sleazemore. Lastly, Kool Keith will judge an outrageous on stage twerking competition for a large cash prize. Expect nothing but a crazy, wild time at the club on Friday September 20th!

You better hope San Francisco's twerking trio doesn't show you up tonight.

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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.


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