Gay Club entertainment in California
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The Stud has rocked the gay scene since 1966, but has branched out beyond the obvious leather daddies and preppy twinks into whole new categories of gay good times. Check the schedule for rocker-grrrl Monday nights, anything-goes Meow Mix Tuesday drag variety shows, raunchy comedy and karaoke Wednesdays, art/drag dance parties on Fridays and drag-disco-performance-art cabaret whenever hostess DJ MC MF Anna Conda gets the notion. Dress up and talk dirty, and you may never have to buy your own drink.
Anyone left on the streets of San Francisco after 2am on weekends is subject to the magnetic force of the EndUp's marathon dance sessions. It's the only club with a 24-hour license and though straight people do come here, it remains best known for its gay Sunday tea dances, in full force since 1973. Regulars arrive in time for popular reggae and 'Ghettodisco' sets on Saturdays (check the web) and bring a change of clothes for work Monday. Forget the Golden Gate Bridge: once you EndUp watching the sunrise over the freeway ramp here, you've officially arrived in SF.