Los Angeles socialite and premiere LGBT nightlife promoter Woody Woodbeck brings his LA style to San Francisco for the first time with the debut of his newest event Bang! Bang! Bang! at Lookout Saturday, January 26th.
Promoting parties in LA for over 5 years, Woodbeck has worked with the biggest names in the nightlife industry including Paul Nicholls, White Party Palms Spring mastermind Jeffrey Sanker, Tom Whitman, and Luke Nero. The Nicholls-Woodbeck power partners bring Stripper Circus every Wednesday to Here Lounge and made worldwide headlines with their Friday night party HYPE which featured A-List celebrity performances and appearances by Britney Spears, Nicki Minaj, Kelly Rowland, Brandy and Robyn to name a few. Sadly, the Nicholls-Woodbeck team bid farewell to HYPE Friday, January 18th after two impressive years.
“I'm super excited about bringing my kind of party to San Francisco!” said Woodbeck.
During 2012, Woodbeck created and produced the gay viral video "Call Me Maybe - Weho Queens Redux" which was named the 2nd best LGBT viral video of the year by Huffington Post and featured on Carly Rae Jepsens website.
'“2013 brings a lot of new things including a new weekly event in LA and many more Bang! Bang! Bang!’s in the future for SF” said Woodbeck. The debut of Bang! Bang! Bang! features music by DJ Ryan Kenney & LA's hottest go go bangers. Lookout owner Chris Hastings said “…this party is going to be EPIC!” Woodbeck has already announced February 23rd as the date of the next party with the amazing DJ Derek Monteiro.
With Stolichnaya Premium Vodka, GLOSS Magazine, Grindr, Andrew Christian and Marco Marco standing behind Woodbeck and special giveaways for tickets to not only Jeffrey Sanker’s White Party and Tom Whitman’s Elevation Gay Ski Week’s in Utah and Mammoth, Bang! Bang! Bang! will make an impression upon the San Francisco scene.
Woody Woodbeck Presents Bang! Bang! Bang! @ Lookout
Saturday, January 26th @ 9pm
3600 16th Street, San Francisco, Ca