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Halcyon Club announce 3rd Birthday Celebration


In a time where huge festival line ups and big room events are dominating the scene in California. Halcyon SF has long been keeping it real while bringing world-class headliners to an intimate setting.

Turning three this week, the venue has brought over 500 international artists to San Francisco since its doors opened. The venue is famously run by a collective of female bosses who are breaking the traditional paradigm. The powerful team behind this much-loved club finds Gina Milano, JoJo Walker and Rhia Shumway lead the pack with their hands-on approach, infectious energies, collective drive for perfection and by having an all-important “everyone’s equal” approach. They often join clubbers on the dance-floor from opening until closing and bring the headliners on the floor with them – that intimate, friendly and family atmosphere is what defines this essential space. 

“We’re delighted to be 3 years young” said JoJo Walker, the club’s esteemed Creative Director; Event & Artist Manager. “we’re a passionate team who are proud to curate music events in San Francisco, bringing world-class artists, event production and an unforgettable experience to the dance-floor week in and out. We can’t wait for the next 3 years and beyond”!

To celebrate all this, special anniversary events have been running from October 26th to November 2nd with J. Philip, Jody Wisternoff x Dolby Atmos and Charlotte de Witte all playing this week. 

The 31st is a bumpy house masterclass from J. Phlip, the DirtyBird artist who has made her global mark, then UK veteran and Anjunadeep man Jody Wisternoff plays a party x Dolby Atmos on November 1st before Belgium’s leading lady and KNTXT boss Charlotte de Witte brings her dark, hypnotic sounds on the 2nd.  

The real trendsetters in the California scene, Halcyon is willing to take risks and bring new talent to the west coast like never before. The venue also values the SF community greatly, regularly running competitions for new artists to open up the club and ensuring the space allows room for locals to play.

“We have some special production surprises in store for the next 5 shows”, said Gina Milano. “Come play with us!”

All tickets on sale now www.halcyon-sf.com

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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