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BOO! SF Proves To Be The Biggest Party On The Block

BOO! San Francisco returns again with an extraordinary weekend. Providing a STACKED lineup boasting headliners such as Dillon Francis, What So Not, A-Trak, Zed’s Dead, Borgore, and Kayzo. A bill full of superstars could only lead up to one thing and what a party it was. I’d like to thank Insomniac Events for inviting me out and allowing me to spend my Halloweekend at the iconic Bill Graham Auditorium.

 

Day 1 was such an awesome experience. Officially getting the first peep at the stage’s production, I was in complete awe of how well the theme was made apparent and overall how much it truly set the tone for the night. Performances by Dillon Francis and What So Not really stuck out for their own reasons. What So Not played a lot of what sounded to be tracks from his upcoming debut album and I could not be any more excited for the release of his full-length project. Dillon Francis truly fit his role as he closed the night off with an exuberant amount of moombahton and hip-hop.

Day 2 quickly transformed into the Zed’s Dead ‘Deadbeats’ show. Displaying an intriguing lineup of young and fresh talent in Blu J, GG Magree, and Devault. The three played some amazing sets and showed nothing but promising a bright future. The Deadbeats crew have invested themselves in some really good musicians. Kayzo, of course, stole the show with an INTENSE hour of just madness. Wreaking havoc for a straight 60 minutes is what thousands of party-goers witnessed as Kayzo went on stage.

Once again, Insomniac Events put together an outstanding show. They never cease to amaze me as they consistently string together stellar lineups and production. BOO! San Francisco was a great time and I can’t wait for next years run!