LepreCon is the biggest and craziest St. Patrick's party in San Francisco. Period.
Don performs as a DJ and drummer across the country, including a recent show at SXSW and a tour with Blu Cantrell. Set for release in early 2014, Don's forthcoming EDM album will stretch what's possible in music, fusing his electronic production, acoustic drumming, and pop vocals.
Don consistently looks for new ways to integrate his scientific and musical passions. Recently, he built custom LED drum sets and wireless wristbands to better sync his performances with the audience.
Cloning Dolly (Alex De Simone: vocals/guitar, Josй Padial: guitar, Sean Copeland: bass, Vic Miller: Drums) is a San Francisco-based rock/alternative band. Formed in 2011, the group has played numerous venues in the Bay Area. Though primarily billed as a 90s cover band, Cloning Dolly has released original tracks with AudEo Flow Productions, receiving air-time on Madrid's 99.1FM Liga esRadio.
The band is proud to call San Francisco home, and feels strongly about giving back to the community. In a partnership with Jay Siegan Presents, Cloning Dolly has hosted fundraisers for local charities "La Casa de las Madres" and "Project Night Night", raising thousands of dollars to support victims of domestic violence and homeless children.
All Your Friends.
+ Dance Floor + DJs + 90s Cover Band
Where did the idea come from?
St. Patrick's is always one of those disappointing holidays - just like New Years. It's usually a day filled with long lines, endless texts to friends trying to meet up, and marked up drink prices. So we decided to change all that with a single. centralized party and a cheap OPEN BAR.
Why is this perfect for San Francisco?
If there are two things San Francisco loves, it's day drinking and crazy costumes. Imagine 1,000 people dressed like leprechauns, partying all day to awesome DJs and 90s jams…and you've got LepreCon in a nutshell.
Why St. Patrick's Day?
Every year, San Francisco get's hit with what we call a "Massive Party Void" - right between SantaCon and Bay to Breakers [insert diagram]. This is usually the time of year when you keep hitting refresh on your news feed, hoping for any sort of event to pop up. You'd even go for one of those annoying golf pub crawls with that girl you haven't talked to since senior year…anything that would give you a break from "busy season" and a constant 60% chance of rain. Well have no fear, LepreCon is here!