Sage Armstrong (Dirtybird), Lonely Boy, DivaDanielle b2b June Funda: Unicorns SF Fundraiser

Event has passed (Fri Jul 13, 2018 - Fri Jul 13, 2018)
Public Works
9:30 p.m. - 3:30 a.m.
$15 - $20


The Unicorns & Public Works Present:

Sage Armstrong (Dirtybird)
Lonely Boy (DJ set, Pink Mammoth)
DivaDanielle b2b June Funda (The Unicorns)

main room / funktion one sound.

Sage Armstrong began making waves in the house music scene with his debut Dirtybird release, ‘What’s Yo Tempetcha?’. Grown in the south, he has been influenced by a multitude of different genres that continue to inspire his creative flow in the studio and on stage. He has created his own style by adding unique elements that give off a vibe of bouncy underground beats with original vocals. Sage continues making music with no creative boundaries after receiving support from some of his favorite Dirtybird artists like Justin Martin and the boss man himself, Claude VonStroke. With an exciting release schedule and show dates piling up, the future is looking bright for this rising star.

Lonely Boy- The type of guy you hope your daughter brings home, Lonely Boy has been gaining approval across the globe, since his debut in 2013. Blurring the lines between Disco, Funk, Jazz and House, he is the consummate purveyor of good vibes. Yes, he’s released timeless tracks on labels such as Kitsuné, Future Boogie and Armada Deep, but live is where this musical wizard really shines.

2017 delivered some huge live performances including, Coachella, Lightning in a Bottle and Burning Man (as well as international bookings). The future is bright for Lonely Boy—he’s on a mission to evolve the way we connect through music. Stayed tuned for performance dates in your area.

General info on vibe of this party!
Creating a safe and welcome space for all attendees is incredibly important at any event we do as Unicorns. We’re working with Public Works staff, management, and security to insure that all of our Unicorn partygoers’ safety is central to our event. No racism, homophobia, sexism, transphobia or harassment of any kind will be tolerated.

Make sure to practice consent. Do not touch anyone without their permission and do not take photos of people without their permission. What is most important to us is that this space is a celebration of our beautifully diverse community in the Bay Area.

If you experience harassment of any kind at the event, do not hesitate to reach out to Public Works security, staff or organizers of the event and we will do our best to resolve immediately.

Working together to keep an eye on each other and the space will help this night feel supportive and comfortable for a wide range of identities.



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