Ghost Ship Halloween: Atlantis

Ghost Ship Halloween: Atlantis on October 28, 2016 in San Francisco, CA : Tsunami Alert! Ghost Ship: Atlantis is being swept up in a gargantuan tidal wave of 50+ DJ's and performance artists that have been added to the stack ed stellar music lineup.
The city's premier Halloween event reveals a music lineup for the ages. Christian Martin, Ardalan, and Worthy round out a Friday lineup already stocked with fellow Dirtybird veterans Justin Martin and J.Phlip. Saturday's lineup adds stalwarts like Aaron Axelsen, All Good Funk Alliance, and Manics to the previously unveiled headliners The Orb, DJ Dan, and the Mutaytor. The festival also unveils its first-ever drag performance stage, House of More Sea Hags of Drag featuring Juanita More, Glamamore, Miss Rahni, Voodonna Black, Dulce de Leche, and Qween with DJ sets by Gavin Hardkiss, David Harness and Sergio Fedasz
Entering its fourth year at Pier 70 in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco, the ninth annual Ghost Ship is an event best known for its unparalleled original art installations schemed and dreamed of reclaimed materials to be enjoyed only at the event. The 2016 Atlantis edition is raising the bar with its first-ever Pantheon VIP Package featuring hosted all-inclusive bars in the elevated mezzanines plus separate VIP entrances and bathrooms. The inclusion of Juanita More's incredible lineup of drag performers further enhances the novelty of the 2016 event. Add to this, Ghost Ship's first ever full live band performances by Toronto house trio The New Deal on Friday, and the reunion of the beloved 20+ piece indy techno circus The Mutaytor on Saturday. We are also proud to announce the return of the famed performance-art/music/score-settling space known as the Death Guild Thunderdome and the city's famed breakbeat crew the Space Cowboys and their phenomenal Unimog soundstage.
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