Join us tonight to kick off our Second Month of Underground Nomads with Cheb i Sabbah. We are starting earlier now. Enjoy chill downtempo global vibes for the first hour from 9pm. You can even come early and have dinner at the venue and stay for the show. Dance performances will kick off shortly after 10pm. We will soon be starting even earlier, but for now, plan on 10pm for the performances to kick off.
Dinner guest stay for free. $5 cover starting at 9:30pm. 2-for-1 cover, if you ask, until 11pm.
We are so pleased DJ Cheb i Sabbah is back on the decks and this Tuesday we are joined by the fabulous dancers below:
One of the few singing snake dancers in the SF Bay Area, Surreyya is a highly sought after performer. She sings in English and Turkish, and dances regularly solo as well as with the bands Mastyka, Hazerfan and Tellus818. Surreyya’s performance is full of excitement, and is inspired by Egyptian, Turkish and American Tribal flavors of dance. A passionate and creative performer, she also incorporates props (sword, cane, snakes, veil, finger cymballs) into her repertoire. She also thrives on audience participation, often giving impromptu lessons and adding a comedic twist to her performance.
Pat Reynolds from Rhythms of Punjab
What is Bhangra?– one of the happiest and most exuberant forms of movements that originated in the Punjab region of North India. Traditionally performed at harvest season in the villages of Punjab, Bhangra is now known as a folk dance that is done all over India during family celebrations and festive occasions. If you have ever gone to an Indian wedding and witnessed people bouncing joyfully in circles, shrugging their shoulders, and laughing endlessly, you have experienced Bhangra. In Bollywood movies, its often shared during scenes reflecting such colorful family celebrations.
We will be bringing you a great mix of dance performances each week to kick off the nights, followed by DJ sets and improv performances. We have some amazing performances lined up for the next couple of months. Please join us and help us to spread the word for our new weekly with rotating DJs each week. You can use the social media links below to share the news to your friends. We appreciate your support, and hope to see you on the dancefloor.