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Sat 6/30 - Pink Mammoth's Official Burning Man Camp Fundraiser
Saturday, June 30, 2012 at 9:00 PM - Sunday, July 1, 2012 at 3:30 AM (PDT)
San Francisco, United States
ONLINE TICKET SALES HAVE ENDED BUT PLENTY OF TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE BOX OFFICE AT 9PM.
On Saturday, June 30th Pink Mammoth hosts an incredible fundraising event at Mighty to help us raise money for this year's Burning Man camp production in Black Rock City. Your support will help PM create the ultimate daytime party as we enter our 9th year in a row on the Playa. The fundraising effort will enable us to have new decor, a new bar with plenty of libations, and an Elevate Productions state of the art 4 corner sound system that will take PM's music to an unparalled level never before realized.
At the fundraiser Mighty will be transformed into an interpretation of PM's camp with the Dj booth moved to the floor, stage clear for dancing space, dance blocks strewn about the room, and a lowered canopy to create a more intimate vibe. Slide and Spin Productions will shape a visual seasoning of this wonderland too!
You'll enjoy free PM Playa Punch from 9pm-10:30pm, complimentary catering provided by Kitchenette and Living Room Events, and free Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream cones and buckets.
Pink Mammoth resident Djs Derek Hena, Gravity, Jason Wilson, JDubYa, Markie B, Moe Moe, and Ryel K will be spinning their deep, funky, disco, Latin, dirty, and soulful house bombs (classic and fresh) for your dancing pleasure in both the main and side rooms. Outside we'll have Silent Disco w/ plenty of headphones that will allow you to shake to the the music of the Djs spinning outside or those spinning inside of Mighty too!
Silent Disco DJs:
Atish (Listed, Tutu Tuesday)
Andrew Phelan (Prismatic)
Tamo (Angels of bAss, Space Cowboys)
Please show your support by purchasing the discount presales and come enjoy this event we know you'll be talking about long after.
Peace and Pink Love,
Mighty is 21+ for all events
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Our participants come from a range of backgrounds and each represent a wealth of connections that allow for a very active link between PM and the beating pulse of SF’s culture and energy. In the past, our efforts in building exposure for the collective have been greatly accommodated by people who believe in us and our mission. PM events have been held in a variety of venues around San Francisco, each with the flavor and space that complement the event itself. These venues have ranged from the newest and biggest nightclub spaces like Mighty and Ruby Skye; to established bastions of city culture like 1015 Folsom, EndUp, and The Independent; to intimate and comfortable bar/restaurants like Soluna Cafe & Lounge; and to friendly and favored neighborhood gathering spots like The Monkey Club. At each of these venues, we strive to introduce and practice the multi-faceted yet symbiotic nature of Pink Mammoth, by bringing together all the elements that our participants offer – sculptures, paintings, live-event work, experimental designs, live percussion and vocals that accompany our resident DJs, as well as providing our own hosts and greeters.
Pink Mammoth also builds and hosts a camp at Burning Man, the 60,000 person music and arts festival held annually in the Nevada desert. Much of PM’s roots lie in the radically uninhibited nature of the Burning Man festival, and we maintain strong ties with the Burning Man community as a whole. PM also participated in Love Parade SF, the first American iteration of the massive Berlin-based music festival, by building a float for the parade and co-hosting the Opel/Spundae After-Party and Kelly’s Mission Rock.
Our primary artist’s studio is extremely well-equipped and comprehensive, housing a range of top-of-the-line hard and soft production gear. The studio acts as meeting ground for tremendous creative talent, encouraging close collaboration with musicians and producers, and serves as yet another extension of our core desire to facilitate and nurture creative connection.
Every penny of income that PM receives through activities goes directly to supporting our infrastructure, to acquiring and maintaining the equipment our participants need, and to constantly generating awareness and recognition of our mission. Both our executive director and managing director have strong backgrounds in finance and business, and are extremely focused on ensuring the long-term viability of Pink Mammoth and its constituents. Although PM was initially financially supported by its founders, the success of our events have allowed us to become a self-sustaining enterprise.