San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 07, 2012
Temple SF, the coveted San Francisco nightclub, is celebrating Friday the 13th during its Freaky Friday costume party on July 13, 2012. Guests are invited to dress up and party down, with scary good beats by DJ Ben Tom and Tone and Von, and free entry before midnight for those in ghoulish garb.
“The Freaky Friday party is going to be like Halloween in July,” said Josh Webber, marketing manager for Zen Compound. “We love any excuse to throw a costume party and there’s no better time for that than Friday the 13th.”
Headlining DJ Ben Tom has created quite a name for himself nationally. As a recording artist and well-known performer, Tom has worked with some of the scene’s most influential production crews, DJs, producers and artists, ultimately landing his current gig as Temple resident.
Behind the decks, Ben moves seamlessly from soulful house to electro techno, weaving pop and hip-hop vocals over dance-inducing tracks that keep the crowd on the floor while fluidly crossing genres and flirting with unexpected sound combinations. On stage, his expert focus and ability to select just what the audience needs just when they need it are hallmarks of his San Francisco live music performances.
On Friday the 13th, Tom and other Temple Music Group residents will help transform the club into an eerie epicenter of eccentricities. Temple’s clean lines and modern interior will be enveloped in spooky decorations for an unforgettable party lasting from 10 pm to 4 am.
Temple Nightclub is now offering half-off bottles on Friday nights for advanced reservations of bottle service. Also, Friday bottle service specials include buy one bottle, get the second free. College students get in free before midnight every Friday with student ID and valid identification of age.
For more information about the Temple Nightclub Freaky Friday costume party, please call the San Francisco live music and event space at (415) 529-4303 or go to templesf.com.
About the Zen Compound
The Zen Compound is an entertainment complex housed inside Temple Nightclub, Ki Sushi, TMG Recording Studios, Temple TV and ZCFM Radio, all with a sustainable focus.
Temple Nightclub is one of the most popular San Francisco dance clubs. The San Francisco event space is a true architectural gem. Filled with original unique antiquities from Southeast Asia, Temple offers 20,000 square feet of space, which can accommodate 1,100 guests on two levels. The nightclub includes four beautiful rooms, each with its own unique atmosphere.