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Sat. March 12, 2011
Dance for Sasha Benefit w/Lee Coombs | San Francisco, CA |
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Mighty-SF (MAP)
119 Utah Street
San Francisco, CA
US 94103

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Lee Coombs, Jive, Scottino, Rumblemunk, Smoove, Deckard, MACE, Aaron Pope, Cap'N Kirk, SEVA, Rrrus, Helios

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The crew from FiX are teaming up with some local heroes and electronic music legend Lee Coombs (Thrust Recordings/Lot49) to bring you an unforgettable evening of music and dance. All proceeds from the benefit will go toward the medical bills of Sasha Shulgin. Come out, have a good time, and feel good about giving something back to the universe!

About Sasha Shulgin:

If you can’t make it, but still wish to donate to Sasha, please do so here!

Additional Details:
What: SF Community Dance Event & Fund Raiser
When: Saturday, March 12, 2011 from 10p-4a
Where: MightySF, 119 Utah Street, San Francisco, CA
Who: Lee Coombs, Jive, Scottino, Rumblemunk, Smoove, SEVA, Aaron Pope, Deckard, MACE, KaptN'Kirk, Rrrus & Helios
Why: Bring the SF dance community together - through music - for a worthy cause*.
Cover: $15 door (sliding scale)

*All proceeds from this event will be donated to Sasha Shulgin’s medical fund.

About FiX:
FiX is a non-profit SF Bay Area event promotion label that has created successful dance-related events for over 5 years. FiX hosts a monthly event (3rd Saturdays) at Shine Dance Lounge in San Francisco, and also collaborates with local promoters and music labels on additional events throughout the year, all aimed at bringing the San Francisco dance community closer together.