February Lineup Packed with Must-See Concerts at Ruby Skye

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San Francisco’s hit night club continues to pack the New Year with trending headliners.

Mark the calendar — some favorite DJs and artists are making their way through Ruby Skye’s doors this month. Whether planning to come out to celebrate a special occasion or just looking for a fun night out with friends, Ruby Skye is the answer. With VIP Booths, bottles service, private events and other benefits available, Ruby Skye is the night club to come to for a fun night out and an unforgettable one, at that.

The February lineup goes as follows:
Thursday, Feb. 4: Deorro with Dirty Audio and Zoo Funktion
Friday, Feb. 5: DJ Mustard
Sunday, Feb. 7: DJ Snoopadelic (AKA Snoop Dogg)
Thursday, Feb. 11: Wiwek and Drezo with Tasty Treat
Friday, Feb. 12: Cash Cash with special guest Lil Dicky
Saturday, Feb. 13: 3LAU
Sunday, Feb. 14: Feed Me
Thursday, Feb. 18: atb
Friday, Feb. 19: Project 46 with Ron Reeser
Saturday, Feb. 20: Pierce Fulton Tour, featuring Puppet, Element Six, and more
Friday, Feb. 26: Vinai

Certain events are only for ages 18 and older or 21 and older. VIP and bottle service is available for all events. To learn more about the upcoming events, ticket sales and other concert details, visit http://www.rubyskye.com/_events.html.

About the company:
Ruby Skye is the premier San Francisco nightclub & concert venue. It is also one of the most-visited Bay Area clubs and hosts both local and international DJs who enjoy performing San Francisco house music, electronic music and more. The 15,000-square-foot historic building housing the club (est. 1890) offers four distinctively different, luxurious areas for entertaining that can be combined to accommodate up to 900 guests. It also features “414 Boutique Lounge,” an elegant and private lounge where guests can enjoy fine cognac in Old World elegance. While in San Francisco, please also visit Slide nightclub, which is right next door to Ruby Skye. Slide is a refurbished speakeasy initially built during the Prohibition era where patrons actually used a slide to get from the businesses front (a convenience store) to the party downstairs.

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