This weekend choose from an Alice in Wonderland themed dance party to Mr. Oizo’s experimental electronic music, and everything in between with San Francisco’s best parties this weekend.

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Thursday, November 20th: Marco Bailey at Vessel
The Belgian DJ has been around since the mid 90s and released five separate EPs on his own MB Elektronics label in 2012, along with numerous other labels throughout the years. Marco Bailey is a veteran who plays purely techno progressive sets at festivals like Tomorrowland, Time Warp, Awakenings and I Love Techno. His rotation of clubs all over the world includes Japan, Australia, & France and a Euro-techno dance party in SF this weekend.

Friday, November 21st: Mr. Oizo at 1015 Folsom
Legendary French producer, Mr. Oizo is brings tracks from his new album The Church to 1015 Folsom. The album swerves from gasping intensity to minimal rapture. It is a loose cannon and a bold experiment that provokes outbursts of energy and dance. His style is a disorienting electronic mish-mash of sounds and beats.

Saturday, November 22nd: Bass Cabaret at Mighty
Bass Cabaret is a seductive cabaret show set to booty-shaking bass music. This unique show features theatrical elements weaved into a dance party. This weekend is the Queen of Pearls’ Mad Tea Party, with an Alice in Wonderland / Through the Looking Glass variety show and theme party featuring ycharacters from the classic novels as well as some new ones. Costumes are highly encouraged.

Saturday, November 22nd: Fred Falke + Midnight Magic at Mezzanine
French disco house DJ Fred Falke has his roots in music production and bass guitar. His bass background makes sense when listening to his funky disco house sets. Made popular by remixing “The Golden Cage” by Whitest Boy Alive, he also remixed Tiesto’s “Red Lights” as well as “Dancing On My Own” by Robyn. Midnight Mike keeps the house aesthetic going with a more cosmic disco vibe.

Sunday, November 23rd: Netsky at 1015
The Belgian DJ has been leading a wave of new skool D+B talent from Europe with his blend of uplifting, melancholic melodies and heavy dancefloor bass and beats. Netsky made his debut in 2009 and was nominated for the Radio One “Essential Mix Of The Year” only one year later.